Species of environmental mycobacteria differ in their abilities to grow in human, mouse, and carp macrophages and with regard to the presence of mycobacterial virulence genes, as observed by DNA microarray hybridization

Melanie J. Harriff, Martin Wu, Michael L. Kent, Luiz E. Bermudez

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