Two virus-like particles that cause lytic infections in freshwater cyanobacteria

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Li, S., Ou, T. & Zhang, Q. Two virus-like particles that cause lytic infections in freshwater cyanobacteria. Virol. Sin. 28, 303–305 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12250-013-3339-0

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Keywords

  • Cyanobacterial Strain
  • Cyanobacterial Species
  • VIROLOGICA SINICA
  • Lytic Infection
  • Cyanobacterial Culture