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Microbial Proteomics

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Microbial Proteomics. / Patel, Hershna; Whitehouse, David.

Genomics and Clinical Diagnostics. ed. / Ralph Rapley; David Whitehouse. The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019. p. 103-139.

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Harvard

Patel, H & Whitehouse, D 2019, Microbial Proteomics. in R Rapley & D Whitehouse (eds), Genomics and Clinical Diagnostics. The Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 103-139.

APA

Patel, H., & Whitehouse, D. (2019). Microbial Proteomics. In R. Rapley, & D. Whitehouse (Eds.), Genomics and Clinical Diagnostics (pp. 103-139). The Royal Society of Chemistry.

Vancouver

Patel H, Whitehouse D. Microbial Proteomics. In Rapley R, Whitehouse D, editors, Genomics and Clinical Diagnostics. The Royal Society of Chemistry. 2019. p. 103-139

Author

Patel, Hershna ; Whitehouse, David. / Microbial Proteomics. Genomics and Clinical Diagnostics. editor / Ralph Rapley ; David Whitehouse. The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019. pp. 103-139

Bibtex

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RIS

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