This paper reviews research on the field of C. difficile comparative genomics. C. difficile is currently one of the most important human and animal pathogens, but the number of sequenced completed genomes is relatively smal and use use of comparative genomics for epidemiological or phylogenetic approaches is well developed only is few countries.
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This invited lecture at Polish national meeting on C. difficile has summarized the role of comparative genomics for understanding of C. difficile virulence, pathogenesis and epidemiology.
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The members of the project team are members of the editorial board or associate editors in four international journals (M. Rupnik, M. Ocepek), editor and member of the editorial board of two national journal and the editors of Abstract book of the 5th International Clostridium difficile Symposium.
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