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Cloning of An Endoglucanase Gene From Pseudomonas-fluorescens Var Cellulosa Into Escherichia-coli and Pseudomonas-fluorescens

Bibliographic reference Lejeune, André ; Colson, Charles ; Eveleigh, DE.. Cloning of An Endoglucanase Gene From Pseudomonas-fluorescens Var Cellulosa Into Escherichia-coli and Pseudomonas-fluorescens. In: Journal of Industrial Microbiology, Vol. 1, no. 2, p. 79-86 (1986)
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