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Similarity of bacillus subtilis bacterio phage pbs 1 bacterio phage 3 nt and bacterio phage 1 a 10 some remarks on the morphology of phage heads

Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 37(3): 265-274

Similarity of bacillus subtilis bacterio phage pbs 1 bacterio phage 3 nt and bacterio phage 1 a 10 some remarks on the morphology of phage heads

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