Mycobactin. A growth factor for Mycobacterium johnei. Part II. Degradation, and identification of fragments

@article{Snow1954MycobactinAG,
  title={Mycobactin. A growth factor for Mycobacterium johnei. Part II. Degradation, and identification of fragments},
  author={Glenn A. Snow},
  journal={Journal of The Chemical Society (resumed)},
  year={1954},
  pages={2588-2596}
}
  • G. Snow
  • Published 1954
  • Chemistry
  • Journal of The Chemical Society (resumed)
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