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Hemolytic and nonhemolytic enterotoxin genes are broadly distributed among Bacillus thuringiensis isolated from wild mammals

Bibliographic reference Swiecicka, Izabela ; Van der Auwera, Géraldine ; Mahillon, Jacques. Hemolytic and nonhemolytic enterotoxin genes are broadly distributed among Bacillus thuringiensis isolated from wild mammals. In: Microbial Ecology : an international journal, Vol. 52, no. 3, p. 544-551 (2006)
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