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Diversity and enzymatic potentialities of Bacillus sp. strains isolated from a polluted freshwater ecosystem in Cuba

Bibliographic reference Larrea Murrell, Jeny Adina ; Rojas-Badia, Marcia Maria ; García-Soto, Ivette ; Romeu-Alvarez, Beatriz ; Bacchetti, Tristano ; et. al. Diversity and enzymatic potentialities of Bacillus sp. strains isolated from a polluted freshwater ecosystem in Cuba. In: World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, Vol. 34, p. 1-11 (2018)
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