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Study of the effect of the carbon source in nutrient medium on the composition of fatty acid lipids of candida tropicalis and candida intermedia



Study of the effect of the carbon source in nutrient medium on the composition of fatty acid lipids of candida tropicalis and candida intermedia



Ukrayins'kyi Biokhimichnyi Zhurnal 40(1): 79-82




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