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Impact of insertion sequences on convergent evolution of Shigella species
Shigella species are specialised lineages of Escherichia coli that have converged to become human-adapted and cause dysentery by invading human gut epithelial cells. Most studies of Shigella evolution have been restricted to comparisons of single representatives of each species; and population genomic studies of individual Shigella species have focused on genomic variation caused by single nucleotide variants and ignored the contribution of insertion sequences (IS) which are highly prevalent indoi:10.1101/680777 fatcat:h3yr2sv6ifbgzcqkx6ci5tfmlm