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Metabolic capacities and toxigenic potential as key drivers of Bacillus cereus ubiquity and adaptation

Bibliographic reference Chaabouni, Ines ; Barkallah, Insaf ; Belaouis, Abir ; Hamdi, Chadlya ; Jouini, Ahlem ; et. al. Metabolic capacities and toxigenic potential as key drivers of Bacillus cereus ubiquity and adaptation. In: Annals of Microbiology, Vol. 65, no. 2, p. 975-983 (2014)
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