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Biofilm formation by Propionibacterium acnes is associated with increased resistance to antimicrobial agents and increased production of putative virulence factors

Tom Coenye (UGent) , Elke Peeters (UGent) and Hans Nelis (UGent)
(2007) RESEARCH IN MICROBIOLOGY. 158(4). p.386-392
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Coenye, Tom, Elke Peeters, and Hans Nelis. 2007. “Biofilm Formation by Propionibacterium Acnes Is Associated with Increased Resistance to Antimicrobial Agents and Increased Production of Putative Virulence Factors.” Research in Microbiology 158 (4): 386–392.
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Coenye, T., Peeters, E., & Nelis, H. (2007). Biofilm formation by Propionibacterium acnes is associated with increased resistance to antimicrobial agents and increased production of putative virulence factors. RESEARCH IN MICROBIOLOGY, 158(4), 386–392.
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Coenye T, Peeters E, Nelis H. Biofilm formation by Propionibacterium acnes is associated with increased resistance to antimicrobial agents and increased production of putative virulence factors. RESEARCH IN MICROBIOLOGY. Elsevier Science; 2007;158(4):386–92.
MLA
Coenye, Tom, Elke Peeters, and Hans Nelis. “Biofilm Formation by Propionibacterium Acnes Is Associated with Increased Resistance to Antimicrobial Agents and Increased Production of Putative Virulence Factors.” RESEARCH IN MICROBIOLOGY 158.4 (2007): 386–392. Print.
@article{378845,
  author       = {Coenye, Tom and Peeters, Elke and Nelis, Hans},
  issn         = {0923-2508},
  journal      = {RESEARCH IN MICROBIOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {386--392},
  publisher    = {Elsevier Science},
  title        = {Biofilm formation by Propionibacterium acnes is associated with increased resistance to antimicrobial agents and increased production of putative virulence factors},
  volume       = {158},
  year         = {2007},
}

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