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Cell Adsorption Control By Culture Conditions - Influence of Phosphate On Surface-properties, Flocculation and Adsorption Behavior of Corynebacterium-glutamicum

Bibliographic reference Buchs, J. ; Mozes, N. ; Wandrey, C. ; Rouxhet, Paul. Cell Adsorption Control By Culture Conditions - Influence of Phosphate On Surface-properties, Flocculation and Adsorption Behavior of Corynebacterium-glutamicum. In: Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, Vol. 29, no. 2-3, p. 119-128 (1988)
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