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Rocky Mountain elk (Cervus canadensis) populations have significant economic implications to the cattle industry, as they are a major reservoir for Brucella abortus in the Greater Yellowstone area. Vaccination attempts against intracellular bacterial diseases in elk populations have not been successful due to a negligible adaptive cellular immune response. A lack of genomic resources has impeded attempts to better understand why vaccination does not induce protective immunity. To overcome thisdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0249899 pmid:33909645 pmcid:PMC8081196 fatcat:dqaa66tzw5cztkyyb5qmrnkoia