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Pyrazinamidase activity as a phenotypic and potential virulence associated marker for aeromonas sobria aeromonas veronii aeromonas schubertii and aeromonas group 501 isolated from clinical specimens



Pyrazinamidase activity as a phenotypic and potential virulence associated marker for aeromonas sobria aeromonas veronii aeromonas schubertii and aeromonas group 501 isolated from clinical specimens



Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology 89: 283




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