Data from: Genome sequencing and comparative analysis of three Chlamydia pecorum strains associated with different pathogenic outcomes

Michelle Sait, Morag Livingstone, Ewan M. Clark, Nick Wheelhouse, Lucy Spalding, Bryan Markey, Simone Magnino, F. Alex Lainson, Garry S. A. Myers & David Longbottom
Background: Chlamydia pecorum is the causative agent of a number of acute diseases, but most often causes persistent, subclinical infection in ruminants, swine and birds. In this study, the genome sequences of three C. pecorum strains isolated from the faeces of a sheep with inapparent enteric infection (strain W73), from the synovial fluid of a sheep with polyarthritis (strain P787) and from a cervical swab taken from a cow with metritis (strain PV3056/3) were determined...
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