Analysis of chitinase diversity in the Baltic Sea bottom sediments

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Original Russian Text © A.V. Teplyuk, N.I. Samarov, A.A. Korzhenkov, M.O. Ul’yanova, M.A. Goeva, I.V. Kublanov, T.A. Kanapatskii, N.V. Pimenov, S.V. Toshchakov, 2017, published in Mikrobiologiya, 2017, Vol. 86, No. 1, pp. 123–127.

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Teplyuk, A.V., Samarov, N.I., Korzhenkov, A.A. et al. Analysis of chitinase diversity in the Baltic Sea bottom sediments. Microbiology 86, 150–154 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1134/S0026261717010131

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