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Cellulose synthesis in submerged Acetobacter xylinum fermentations is enhanced by adding insoluble particles. Abstracts: 6th Forum for Applied Biotechnology, 24-25 sept., 1992. Bruges, p. 130.

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Joris, Koen, P DE WULF, and Erick Vandamme. “Cellulose Synthesis in Submerged Acetobacter Xylinum Fermentations Is Enhanced by Adding Insoluble Particles. Abstracts: 6th Forum for Applied Biotechnology, 24-25 Sept., 1992. Bruges, P. 130.” In .
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Joris, K., DE WULF, P., & Vandamme, E. (n.d.). Cellulose synthesis in submerged Acetobacter xylinum fermentations is enhanced by adding insoluble particles. Abstracts: 6th Forum for Applied Biotechnology, 24-25 sept., 1992. Bruges, p. 130.
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Joris K, DE WULF P, Vandamme E. Cellulose synthesis in submerged Acetobacter xylinum fermentations is enhanced by adding insoluble particles. Abstracts: 6th Forum for Applied Biotechnology, 24-25 sept., 1992. Bruges, p. 130.
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Joris, Koen, P DE WULF, and Erick Vandamme. “Cellulose Synthesis in Submerged Acetobacter Xylinum Fermentations Is Enhanced by Adding Insoluble Particles. Abstracts: 6th Forum for Applied Biotechnology, 24-25 Sept., 1992. Bruges, P. 130.” Print.
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