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Microalgae appear to be one of the most promising sustainable resources as alternative crops for the production of renewable transport fuel. The exploitation of this bioresource requires, however, a fine monitoring of the culture conditions, for example by using more relevant control variables than usual macroscopic indicators (biomass or pigment(More)
Primary mycobacterial infections developed in five of 565 patients who had transplants during a 15-year period. All had negative PPDs and normal chest roentgenograms; none had tuberculosis before transplantation. Atypical mycobacteria were cultured in three of five infections. All were treated with a multiple-drug regimen, including isoniazid, rifampin,(More)
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