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The relation of mercuric chloride inducible r factor membrane proteins to mercuric chloride resistance in escherichia coli



The relation of mercuric chloride inducible r factor membrane proteins to mercuric chloride resistance in escherichia coli



Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology 82: ABSTRACT CCI;II3




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