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Nucleotide sequence and characterization of the cryptic Bacillus thuringiensis plasmid pGI3 reveal a new family of rolling circle replicons.

L HOFLACK, J SEURINCK and J MAHILLON (1997) JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY. 179(16). p.5000-5008
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JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
J. Bacteriol.
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179
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16
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5000-5008 pages
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Article
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0021-9193
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English
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yes
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184587
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Chicago
HOFLACK, L, J SEURINCK, and J MAHILLON. 1997. “Nucleotide Sequence and Characterization of the Cryptic Bacillus Thuringiensis Plasmid pGI3 Reveal a New Family of Rolling Circle Replicons.” Journal of Bacteriology 179 (16): 5000–5008.
APA
HOFLACK, L., SEURINCK, J., & MAHILLON, J. (1997). Nucleotide sequence and characterization of the cryptic Bacillus thuringiensis plasmid pGI3 reveal a new family of rolling circle replicons. JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY, 179(16), 5000–5008.
Vancouver
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HOFLACK L, SEURINCK J, MAHILLON J. Nucleotide sequence and characterization of the cryptic Bacillus thuringiensis plasmid pGI3 reveal a new family of rolling circle replicons. JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY. 1997;179(16):5000–8.
MLA
HOFLACK, L, J SEURINCK, and J MAHILLON. “Nucleotide Sequence and Characterization of the Cryptic Bacillus Thuringiensis Plasmid pGI3 Reveal a New Family of Rolling Circle Replicons.” JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY 179.16 (1997): 5000–5008. Print.