agalactiae PG2 T liposoluble proteins. The results of 2D DIGE with the two field strains Nurri and Bortigali are also reported (TPH, total peptide hits; NA, not applicable). (DOC 258 KB) Additional file 8: Proteins identified in the M. agalactiae proteome potentially resulting from Horizontal Gene Transfer events with M. mycoides subsp. mycoides and M. capricolum subsp. capricolum. (DOC 49 KB) Additional file 9: Proteins identified in the M. agalactiae proteome potentially resulting from Horizontal Gene Transfer events with other bacteria. (DOC 30
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