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Professor Julian Parkhill talks about pathogenicity islands with Dr. Anna Protasio

Professor Julian Parkhill, from the Wellcome Sanger Institute, answers our questions on pathogenicity islands and genomics' research.

In this interview, Professor Julian Parkhill, from the Wellcome Sanger Institute, talks with Dr. Anna Protasio. He answers our questions on pathogenicity islands, describing what they are and explaining their important role in bacterial pathogenicity.

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