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Expressionofthephosphonoalanine-degradativegene cluster from Variovorax sp . Pal 2 is induced bygrowth on phosphonoalanineand phosphonopyruvate

@inproceedings{Kulakova2009Expressionofthephosphonoalaninede,
  title={Expressionofthephosphonoalanine-degradativegene cluster from Variovorax sp . Pal 2 is induced bygrowth on phosphonoalanineand phosphonopyruvate},
  author={A. Kulakova and L. Kulakov and J. Villarreal-Chiu and J. Gilbert and J. McGrath and J. Quinn},
  year={2009}
}
  • A. Kulakova, L. Kulakov, +3 authors J. Quinn
  • Published 2009
  • Expressionofthephosphonoalanine-degradativegene cluster from Variovorax sp.Pal2 is induced bygrowth on phosphonoalanineand phosphonopyruvate Anna N. Kulakova, Leonid A. Kulakov, Juan F. Villarreal-Chiu, Jack A. Gilbert, John W. McGrath & John P. Quinn School of Biological Sciences and Questor Centre, Medical Biology Centre, Queen’s University of Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland; and Plymouth Marine Laboratory, The Hoe, Plymouth, UK 

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