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Streptomycin as a selective agent to facilitate recovery and isolation of introduced and indigenous Sphingomonas from environmental samples

Bibliographic reference Vanbroekhoven, K ; Ryngaert, A ; Bastiaens, L ; Wattiau, Pierre ; Vancanneyt, M. ; et. al. Streptomycin as a selective agent to facilitate recovery and isolation of introduced and indigenous Sphingomonas from environmental samples. In: Environmental Microbiology, Vol. 6, no. 11, p. 1123-1136 (2004)
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