• Published 2002

Ocean Sediments Major New Marine Actinomycete Taxon in Widespread and Persistent Populations of a

@inproceedings{Mincer2002OceanSM,
  title={Ocean Sediments Major New Marine Actinomycete Taxon in Widespread and Persistent Populations of a},
  author={Tracy J. Mincer and Paul R Jensen and Christopher A. Kauffman and William Fenical},
  year={2002}
}

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