ISR1, A TRANSPOSABLE DNA-SEQUENCE RESIDENT IN RHIZOBIUM CLASS-IV STRAINS, SHOWS STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CLASSICAL INSERTION ELEMENTS

PRIEFER UB, Kalinowski J, RUGER B, HEUMANN W, Pühler A (1989)
PLASMID 21(2): 120-128.

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PRIEFER UB, Kalinowski J, RUGER B, HEUMANN W, Pühler A. ISR1, A TRANSPOSABLE DNA-SEQUENCE RESIDENT IN RHIZOBIUM CLASS-IV STRAINS, SHOWS STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CLASSICAL INSERTION ELEMENTS. PLASMID. 1989;21(2):120-128.
PRIEFER, U. B., Kalinowski, J., RUGER, B., HEUMANN, W., & Pühler, A. (1989). ISR1, A TRANSPOSABLE DNA-SEQUENCE RESIDENT IN RHIZOBIUM CLASS-IV STRAINS, SHOWS STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CLASSICAL INSERTION ELEMENTS. PLASMID, 21(2), 120-128.
PRIEFER, U. B., Kalinowski, J., RUGER, B., HEUMANN, W., and Pühler, A. (1989). ISR1, A TRANSPOSABLE DNA-SEQUENCE RESIDENT IN RHIZOBIUM CLASS-IV STRAINS, SHOWS STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CLASSICAL INSERTION ELEMENTS. PLASMID 21, 120-128.
PRIEFER, U.B., et al., 1989. ISR1, A TRANSPOSABLE DNA-SEQUENCE RESIDENT IN RHIZOBIUM CLASS-IV STRAINS, SHOWS STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CLASSICAL INSERTION ELEMENTS. PLASMID, 21(2), p 120-128.
U.B. PRIEFER, et al., “ISR1, A TRANSPOSABLE DNA-SEQUENCE RESIDENT IN RHIZOBIUM CLASS-IV STRAINS, SHOWS STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CLASSICAL INSERTION ELEMENTS”, PLASMID, vol. 21, 1989, pp. 120-128.
PRIEFER, U.B., Kalinowski, J., RUGER, B., HEUMANN, W., Pühler, A.: ISR1, A TRANSPOSABLE DNA-SEQUENCE RESIDENT IN RHIZOBIUM CLASS-IV STRAINS, SHOWS STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CLASSICAL INSERTION ELEMENTS. PLASMID. 21, 120-128 (1989).
PRIEFER, UB, Kalinowski, Jörn, RUGER, B, HEUMANN, W, and Pühler, Alfred. “ISR1, A TRANSPOSABLE DNA-SEQUENCE RESIDENT IN RHIZOBIUM CLASS-IV STRAINS, SHOWS STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CLASSICAL INSERTION ELEMENTS”. PLASMID 21.2 (1989): 120-128.
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