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Scientists have been able to sequence the genome of the microbe responsible for the vine-killing Pierce's disease, according to the USDA's Agricultural Research Service (ARS). The breakthrough is a vital step to unlocking the secrets of the genetic makeup of Xyella fastidiosa, the bacterium in question, which may help the industry in its fight against Pierce's disease.


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