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Sánchez Pardo, S., Jácome, G. A., García, G. A., Muñoz Cerón, J., & Ponce, N. (2013). Bordetellas, más que solo pertussis: Genética, genómica, evolución y nuevos patǵenos para la especie humana. Revista Repertorio De Medicina Y Cirugía, 22(3), 177-185. https://doi.org/10.31260/RepertMedCir.v22.n3.2013.769

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Santiago Sánchez Pardo
Giovanny Alexander Jácome
Gregory Alfonso García
Jairo Muñoz Cerón
Nubia Ponce

Resumen

La Bordetella pertussis es un reconocido patógeno gram negativo relacionado con enfermedad respiratoria aguda en la especie humana. Cada día hay un mayor reporte de cuadros infecciosos producidos por otras bacterias del género Bordetella. Los modelos teóricos actuales y la evidencia científica en relación con la evolución de las distintas bacterias del género, han abierto nuevas posibilidades de comprensión para descifrar los paradigmas en especiación bacteriana, así como los factores genéticos y genómicos involucrados en tal proceso. El objetivo de este artículo es explorar la genética, la genómica y los hallazgos en filogénesis del género Bordetella y difundir el conocimiento actual en relación con el papel nosológico para la salud humana de los nuevos patógenos del grupo.

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