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Clostridium Autoethanogenum, Sp-nov, An Anaerobic Bacterium That Produces Ethanol From Carbon-monoxide

Bibliographic reference Abrini, J. ; Naveau, Henry ; Nyns, Edmond-Jacques. Clostridium Autoethanogenum, Sp-nov, An Anaerobic Bacterium That Produces Ethanol From Carbon-monoxide. In: Archives of Microbiology, Vol. 161, no. 4, p. 345-351 (1994)
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