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pGIAK1, a Heavy Metal Resistant Plasmid from an Obligate Alkaliphilic and Halotolerant Bacterium Isolated from the Antarctic Concordia Station Confined Environment

Bibliographic reference Guo, Suxia ; Mahillon, Jacques. pGIAK1, a Heavy Metal Resistant Plasmid from an Obligate Alkaliphilic and Halotolerant Bacterium Isolated from the Antarctic Concordia Station Confined Environment. In: PLoS One, Vol. 8, no.8, p. e72461 (2013)
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