Genome sequences of the human body louse and its primary endosymbiont provide insights into the permanent parasitic lifestyle.

TitleGenome sequences of the human body louse and its primary endosymbiont provide insights into the permanent parasitic lifestyle.
Publication TypeJournal Article
AuthorsKirkness EF, Haas BJ, Sun W, Braig HR, Perotti AM, Clark JM, Lee SH, Robertson HM, Kennedy RC, Elhaik E, Gerlach D, Kriventseva EV, Elsik CG, Graur D, Hill CA, Veenstra JA, Walenz B, Tubío JMC, Ribeiro JMC, Rozas J, Johnston SJ, Reese JT, Popadic A, Tojo M, Raoult D, Reed DL, Tomoyasu Y, Kraus E, Krause E, Mittapalli O, Margam VM, Li H-M, Meyer JM, Johnson RM, Romero-Severson J, Vanzee JP, Alvarez-Ponce D, Vieira FG, Aguadé M, Guirao-Rico S, Anzola JM, Yoon KS, Strycharz JP, Unger MF, Christley S, Lobo NF, Seufferheld MJ, Wang N, Dasch GA, Struchiner CJ, Madey G, Hannick LI, Bidwell S, Joardar V, Caler E, Shao R, Barker SC, Cameron S, Bruggner RV, Regier A, Johnson J, Viswanathan L, Utterback TR, Sutton GG, Lawson D, Waterhouse RM, Venter CJ, Strausberg RL, Berenbaum MR, Collins FH, Zdobnov EM, Pittendrigh BR