The multiple antibiotic resistance IncP-1 plasmid pKJK5 isolated from a soil environment is phylogenetically divergent from members of the previously established alpha, beta and delta sub-groups

Bahl MI, Hansen LH, Goesmann A, Sorensen SJ (2007)
PLASMID 58(1): 31-43.

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Bahl MI, Hansen LH, Goesmann A, Sorensen SJ. The multiple antibiotic resistance IncP-1 plasmid pKJK5 isolated from a soil environment is phylogenetically divergent from members of the previously established alpha, beta and delta sub-groups. PLASMID. 2007;58(1):31-43.
Bahl, M. I., Hansen, L. H., Goesmann, A., & Sorensen, S. J. (2007). The multiple antibiotic resistance IncP-1 plasmid pKJK5 isolated from a soil environment is phylogenetically divergent from members of the previously established alpha, beta and delta sub-groups. PLASMID, 58(1), 31-43. doi:10.1016/j.plasmid.2006.11.007
Bahl, M. I., Hansen, L. H., Goesmann, A., and Sorensen, S. J. (2007). The multiple antibiotic resistance IncP-1 plasmid pKJK5 isolated from a soil environment is phylogenetically divergent from members of the previously established alpha, beta and delta sub-groups. PLASMID 58, 31-43.
Bahl, M.I., et al., 2007. The multiple antibiotic resistance IncP-1 plasmid pKJK5 isolated from a soil environment is phylogenetically divergent from members of the previously established alpha, beta and delta sub-groups. PLASMID, 58(1), p 31-43.
M.I. Bahl, et al., “The multiple antibiotic resistance IncP-1 plasmid pKJK5 isolated from a soil environment is phylogenetically divergent from members of the previously established alpha, beta and delta sub-groups”, PLASMID, vol. 58, 2007, pp. 31-43.
Bahl, M.I., Hansen, L.H., Goesmann, A., Sorensen, S.J.: The multiple antibiotic resistance IncP-1 plasmid pKJK5 isolated from a soil environment is phylogenetically divergent from members of the previously established alpha, beta and delta sub-groups. PLASMID. 58, 31-43 (2007).
Bahl, Martin Iain, Hansen, Lars Hestbjerg, Goesmann, Alexander, and Sorensen, Soren J. “The multiple antibiotic resistance IncP-1 plasmid pKJK5 isolated from a soil environment is phylogenetically divergent from members of the previously established alpha, beta and delta sub-groups”. PLASMID 58.1 (2007): 31-43.
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