Stepwise evolution of Salmonella Typhimurium ST313 causing bloodstream infection in Africa

Caisey V. Pulford, Blanca M. Perez-Sepulveda, Rocío Canals, Jessica A. Bevington, Rebecca J. Bengtsson, Nicolas Wenner, Ella V. Rodwell, Benjamin Kumwenda, Xiaojun Zhu, Rebecca J. Bennett, George E. Stenhouse, P. Malaka De Silva, Hermione J. Webster, Jose A. Bengoechea, Amy Dumigan, Alicia Tran-Dien, Reenesh Prakash, Happy C. Banda, Lovemore Alufandika, Mike P. MautangaArthur Bowers-Barnard, Alexandra Y. Beliavskaia, Alexander V. Predeus, Will P.M. Rowe, Alistair C. Darby, Neil Hall, François Xavier Weill, Melita A. Gordon, Nicholas A. Feasey, Kate S. Baker, Jay C.D. Hinton*

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