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Comparative analysis of the genomes of mycobacteriophages infecting saprophytic and pathogenic mycobacteria.

Bibliographic reference Coene, M. ; De Kesel, Myriam ; Hong, N. T. ; Gheysen, A. ; Jezierska-Anczukow, A. ; et. al. Comparative analysis of the genomes of mycobacteriophages infecting saprophytic and pathogenic mycobacteria.. In: Archives of virology, Vol. 133, no. 1-2, p. 39-49 (1993)
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