ef1097 and ypkK encode enterococcin V583 and corynicin JK, members of a new family of antimicrobial proteins (bacteriocins) with modular structure from Gram-positive bacteria

Swe PM, Heng NCK, Ting Y-T, Baird HJ, Carne A, Tauch A, Tagg JR, Jack RW (2007)
Microbiology 153(10): 3218-3227.

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Swe PM, Heng NCK, Ting Y-T, et al. ef1097 and ypkK encode enterococcin V583 and corynicin JK, members of a new family of antimicrobial proteins (bacteriocins) with modular structure from Gram-positive bacteria. Microbiology. 2007;153(10):3218-3227.
Swe, P. M., Heng, N. C. K., Ting, Y. - T., Baird, H. J., Carne, A., Tauch, A., Tagg, J. R., et al. (2007). ef1097 and ypkK encode enterococcin V583 and corynicin JK, members of a new family of antimicrobial proteins (bacteriocins) with modular structure from Gram-positive bacteria. Microbiology, 153(10), 3218-3227.
Swe, P. M., Heng, N. C. K., Ting, Y. - T., Baird, H. J., Carne, A., Tauch, A., Tagg, J. R., and Jack, R. W. (2007). ef1097 and ypkK encode enterococcin V583 and corynicin JK, members of a new family of antimicrobial proteins (bacteriocins) with modular structure from Gram-positive bacteria. Microbiology 153, 3218-3227.
Swe, P.M., et al., 2007. ef1097 and ypkK encode enterococcin V583 and corynicin JK, members of a new family of antimicrobial proteins (bacteriocins) with modular structure from Gram-positive bacteria. Microbiology, 153(10), p 3218-3227.
P.M. Swe, et al., “ef1097 and ypkK encode enterococcin V583 and corynicin JK, members of a new family of antimicrobial proteins (bacteriocins) with modular structure from Gram-positive bacteria”, Microbiology, vol. 153, 2007, pp. 3218-3227.
Swe, P.M., Heng, N.C.K., Ting, Y.-T., Baird, H.J., Carne, A., Tauch, A., Tagg, J.R., Jack, R.W.: ef1097 and ypkK encode enterococcin V583 and corynicin JK, members of a new family of antimicrobial proteins (bacteriocins) with modular structure from Gram-positive bacteria. Microbiology. 153, 3218-3227 (2007).
Swe, Pearl M., Heng, Nicholas C. K., Ting, Yi-Tian, Baird, Hayley J., Carne, Alan, Tauch, Andreas, Tagg, John R., and Jack, Ralph W. “ef1097 and ypkK encode enterococcin V583 and corynicin JK, members of a new family of antimicrobial proteins (bacteriocins) with modular structure from Gram-positive bacteria”. Microbiology 153.10 (2007): 3218-3227.
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