Corpus ID: 30758794

[Species diversity of deep water microorganisms in Lake Baikal, detected by 16S rRNA sequences].

@article{Belkova1996SpeciesDO,
  title={[Species diversity of deep water microorganisms in Lake Baikal, detected by 16S rRNA sequences].},
  author={N. L. Bel’kova and L. Denisova and E. Manakova and E. Zaichikov and M. Grachev},
  journal={Doklady Akademii nauk},
  year={1996},
  volume={348 5},
  pages={
          692-5
        }
}

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