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Transcriptome Sequence of Antibiotic-Treated Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

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Summary of "Transcriptome Sequence of Antibiotic-Treated Pseudomonas aeruginosa."

is known to tolerate antibiotic therapy during infection. This prevents clearance of infection and negatively impacts patient outcomes. Here, we report the transcriptome sequence of antibiotic-treated and untreated cultures and the differential gene expression observed when treated cells are compared to untreated cells.

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Name: Microbiology resource announcements
ISSN: 2576-098X
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