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Bacterial diversity in hydrothermal sediment and epsilonproteobacterial dominance in experimental microcolonizers at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.

Bibliographic reference López-García, Purificación ; Duperron, Sébastien ; Philippot, Pascal ; Foriel, Julien ; Susini, Jean ; et. al. Bacterial diversity in hydrothermal sediment and epsilonproteobacterial dominance in experimental microcolonizers at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.. In: Environmental microbiology, Vol. 5, no. 10, p. 961-76 (2003)
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