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Siderotyping and Bacterial Taxonomy: A Siderophore Bank for a Rapid Identification at the Species Level of Fluorescent and Non-Fluorescent Pseudomonas

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Meyer, JM. (2007). Siderotyping and Bacterial Taxonomy: A Siderophore Bank for a Rapid Identification at the Species Level of Fluorescent and Non-Fluorescent Pseudomonas. In: Varma, A., Chincholkar, S.B. (eds) Microbial Siderophores. Soil Biology, vol 12. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-71160-5_2

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