Cloning and molecular characterization of a unique hemolysin gene of Vibrio pommerensis sp. nov.: development of a DNA probe for the detection of the hemolysin gene and its use in identification of related Vibrio spp. from the Baltic Sea.

@article{Jores2003CloningAM,
  title={Cloning and molecular characterization of a unique hemolysin gene of Vibrio pommerensis sp. nov.: development of a DNA probe for the detection of the hemolysin gene and its use in identification of related Vibrio spp. from the Baltic Sea.},
  author={Joerg Jores and Bernd Appel and Astrid Lewin},
  journal={FEMS microbiology letters},
  year={2003},
  volume={229 2},
  pages={
          223-9
        }
}

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