Streptococcus agalactiae clones infecting humans were selected and fixed through the extensive use of tetracycline

Violette Da Cunha, Mark R. Davies, Pierre-Emmanuel Douarre, Isabelle Rosinski-Chupin, Immaculada Margarit, Sebastien Spinali, Tim Perkins, Pierre Lechat, Nicolas Dmytruk, Elisabeth Sauvage, Laurence Ma, Benedetta Romi, Magali Tichit, Maria-José Lopez-Sanchez, Stéphane Descorps-Declere, Erika Souche, Carmen Buchrieser, Patrick Trieu-Cuot, Ivan Moszer, Dominique Clermont, Domenico Maione, Christiane Bouchier, David J. McMillan, Julian Parkhill, John L. Telford, Gordan Dougan, Mark J. Walker, Matthew T. G. Holden, Claire Poyart, Philippe Glaser
  • Nature Communications, August 2014, Springer Science + Business Media
  • DOI: 10.1038/ncomms5544

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