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home:pathogenesis:horizontal_gene [01.03.2012]
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sallieq [Horizontal gene transfer]
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 //**James Lake**, Molecular Biology Institute at the University of California//</​blockquote> ​ //**James Lake**, Molecular Biology Institute at the University of California//</​blockquote> ​
  
-In fact, due to increasing evidence suggesting the importance of the phenomenon in organisms that cause disease, molecular biologists such as Peter Gogarten at the University of Connecticut have [[http://​www.esalenctr.org/​display/​confpage.cfm?​confid=10&​pageid=105&​pgtype=1|described]] horizontal gene transfer as “a new paradigm for biology."​+In fact, due to increasing evidence suggesting the importance of the phenomenon in organisms that cause disease, molecular biologists such as Peter Gogarten at the University of Connecticut have described horizontal gene transfer as “a new paradigm for biology."​
  
 Gorgarten insists that horizontal gene transfer is “more frequent than most biologists could even imagine a decade ago” and that this reality turns the idea that we can classify organisms in a simple “[[home:​pathogenesis:​microbiota#​reconsidering_classifying_bacteria_as_species|tree of life]]” on its head. Gorgarten insists that horizontal gene transfer is “more frequent than most biologists could even imagine a decade ago” and that this reality turns the idea that we can classify organisms in a simple “[[home:​pathogenesis:​microbiota#​reconsidering_classifying_bacteria_as_species|tree of life]]” on its head.
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