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Arthrobacter simplex var. amylolyticus var. nov., a producer of a hexaene antibiotic in the fradicin-mycelin group


, : Arthrobacter simplex var. amylolyticus var. nov., a producer of a hexaene antibiotic in the fradicin-mycelin group. Antibiotiki 25(2): 83-88


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