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A new family of cyanobacterial penicillin-binding proteins: a missing link in the evolution of class a beta -lactamases.

Bibliographic reference Urbach, Carole ; Fastrez, Jacques ; Soumillion, Patrice. A new family of cyanobacterial penicillin-binding proteins: a missing link in the evolution of class a beta -lactamases.. In: The Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. 283, no. 47, p. 32516-26 (2008)
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