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A plasmid complex in cells of a bacteriocin-producing strain of staphylococcus

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Ivanov, N.A., Medvedkova, N.A. & Pekhov, A.P. A plasmid complex in cells of a bacteriocin-producing strain of staphylococcus. Bull Exp Biol Med 94, 1260–1262 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00835640

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Key Words

  • staphylococci
  • plasmids
  • bacteriocin production
  • restriction