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Turning Escherichia coli into a Frataxin-Dependent Organism

Bibliographic reference Roche, Béatrice ; Agrebi, Rym ; Huguenot, Allison ; Ollagnier de Choudens, Sandrine ; Barras, Frédéric ; et. al. Turning Escherichia coli into a Frataxin-Dependent Organism. In: PLoS Genetics, Vol. 11, no.5, p. e1005134 [1-22] (2015)
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