Biotypes analysis of Corynebacterium glutamicum growing in dicarboxylic acids demonstrates the existence of industrially-relevant intra-species variations

Perez F, Vasco-Cardenas MF, Barreiro C (2016)
Journal of Proteomics 146: 172-183.

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Perez F, Vasco-Cardenas MF, Barreiro C. Biotypes analysis of Corynebacterium glutamicum growing in dicarboxylic acids demonstrates the existence of industrially-relevant intra-species variations. Journal of Proteomics. 2016;146:172-183.
Perez, F., Vasco-Cardenas, M. F., & Barreiro, C. (2016). Biotypes analysis of Corynebacterium glutamicum growing in dicarboxylic acids demonstrates the existence of industrially-relevant intra-species variations. Journal of Proteomics, 146, 172-183.
Perez, F., Vasco-Cardenas, M. F., and Barreiro, C. (2016). Biotypes analysis of Corynebacterium glutamicum growing in dicarboxylic acids demonstrates the existence of industrially-relevant intra-species variations. Journal of Proteomics 146, 172-183.
Perez, F., Vasco-Cardenas, M.F., & Barreiro, C., 2016. Biotypes analysis of Corynebacterium glutamicum growing in dicarboxylic acids demonstrates the existence of industrially-relevant intra-species variations. Journal of Proteomics, 146, p 172-183.
F. Perez, M.F. Vasco-Cardenas, and C. Barreiro, “Biotypes analysis of Corynebacterium glutamicum growing in dicarboxylic acids demonstrates the existence of industrially-relevant intra-species variations”, Journal of Proteomics, vol. 146, 2016, pp. 172-183.
Perez, F., Vasco-Cardenas, M.F., Barreiro, C.: Biotypes analysis of Corynebacterium glutamicum growing in dicarboxylic acids demonstrates the existence of industrially-relevant intra-species variations. Journal of Proteomics. 146, 172-183 (2016).
Perez, Fernando, Vasco-Cardenas, María F., and Barreiro, Carlos. “Biotypes analysis of Corynebacterium glutamicum growing in dicarboxylic acids demonstrates the existence of industrially-relevant intra-species variations”. Journal of Proteomics 146 (2016): 172-183.
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