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Zur Entstehung der Chemoresistenz bei Bakterien

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Bornschein, H., Dittrich, W. & Höhne, G. Zur Entstehung der Chemoresistenz bei Bakterien. Naturwissenschaften 38, 383–384 (1951). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00637823

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