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A co-operative numerical analysis of rapidly growing mycobacteria


, : A co-operative numerical analysis of rapidly growing mycobacteria. Journal of General Microbiology 73(1): 55-70


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PMID: 4653958

DOI: 10.1099/00221287-73-1-55


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