The plasmid system of Escherichia coli strain UR12644: identification and molecular characteristics of transposons involved in the generation of endogenous R-plasmids

Schöffl F, Pühler A (1979)
Genet Res 34(03).

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Schöffl F, Pühler A. The plasmid system of Escherichia coli strain UR12644: identification and molecular characteristics of transposons involved in the generation of endogenous R-plasmids. Genet Res. 1979;34(03).
Schöffl, F., & Pühler, A. (1979). The plasmid system of Escherichia coli strain UR12644: identification and molecular characteristics of transposons involved in the generation of endogenous R-plasmids. Genet Res, 34(03).
Schöffl, F., and Pühler, A. (1979). The plasmid system of Escherichia coli strain UR12644: identification and molecular characteristics of transposons involved in the generation of endogenous R-plasmids. Genet Res 34.
Schöffl, F., & Pühler, A., 1979. The plasmid system of Escherichia coli strain UR12644: identification and molecular characteristics of transposons involved in the generation of endogenous R-plasmids. Genet Res, 34(03).
F. Schöffl and A. Pühler, “The plasmid system of Escherichia coli strain UR12644: identification and molecular characteristics of transposons involved in the generation of endogenous R-plasmids”, Genet Res, vol. 34, 1979.
Schöffl, F., Pühler, A.: The plasmid system of Escherichia coli strain UR12644: identification and molecular characteristics of transposons involved in the generation of endogenous R-plasmids. Genet Res. 34, (1979).
Schöffl, F., and Pühler, Alfred. “The plasmid system of Escherichia coli strain UR12644: identification and molecular characteristics of transposons involved in the generation of endogenous R-plasmids”. Genet Res 34.03 (1979).
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