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From: Nucleotide and phylogenetic analyses of the Chlamydia trachomatis ompA gene indicates it is a hotspot for mutation

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Phylogenetic analyses of the C. trachomatis ompA gene and individual constant and variable domains. Phylogenetic trees of the C. trachomatis ompA gene (A), as well as the five constant (CD1-5) and four variable (VD1-4) domains of the ompA gene (B-J), were constructed using the Maximum Composite Likelihood neighbor-joining method with pairwise deletions of alignment gaps. Results of 1000 bootstrap replicates are reported for each node.

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