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Proteins dominate in the surface layers formed on materials exposed to extracellular polymeric substances from bacterial cultures

Bibliographic reference Yang, Yi ; Wikiel , Agata J. ; Dall'Agnol, Leonardo T. ; Eloy, Pierre ; Genet, Michel J. ; et. al. Proteins dominate in the surface layers formed on materials exposed to extracellular polymeric substances from bacterial cultures. In: Biofouling : the journal of bioadhesion and biofilm research, Vol. 32, no.1, p. 95-108 (2016)
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