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Abstract

The sequence of genes is a highly evolved feature of genomic organization in bacteria. Regions of the genome appear to be delimited by recurrent secondary structures in deoxyribonucleic acid. The demarcated sequence of genes can serve as a means of establishing bacterial species.

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