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Role of the Transcriptional Activator, Virf, and Temperature in the Expression of the Pyv Plasmid Genes of Yersinia-enterocolitica

Bibliographic reference Derouvroit, CL. ; Sluiters, C. ; Cornelis, Guy. Role of the Transcriptional Activator, Virf, and Temperature in the Expression of the Pyv Plasmid Genes of Yersinia-enterocolitica. In: Molecular Microbiology, Vol. 6, no. 3, p. 395-409 (1992)
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