Temporal genomic phylogeny reconstruction indicates a geospatial transmission path of Salmonella cerro in the United States and a clade-specific loss of hydrogen sulfide production

Jasna Kovac, Kevin J. Cummings, Lorraine D. Rodriguez-Rivera, Laura M. Carroll, Anil Thachil, Martin Wiedmann

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