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Bacterial diversity at various depths in the southern part of lake baikal as revealed by 16S rDNA sequencing

  title={Bacterial diversity at various depths in the southern part of lake baikal as revealed by 16S rDNA sequencing},
  author={L. Denisova and N. L. Bel’kova and I. I. Tulokhonov and E. Zaichikov},
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