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The PlySs9 endolysin and its amidase subdomain reveal potential roles in the treatment of Gram-positive bovine mastitis

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Bovine mastitis, PlySs9, Endolysin, Amidase, Dairy industry

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MLA
Vander Elst, Niels, et al. “The PlySs9 Endolysin and Its Amidase Subdomain Reveal Potential Roles in the Treatment of Gram-Positive Bovine Mastitis.” Biennial Evergreen International Phage Meeting, 23rd, Abstracts, 2019.
APA
Vander Elst, N., Linden, S. B., Lavigne, R., Meyer, E., & Nelson, D. C. (2019). The PlySs9 endolysin and its amidase subdomain reveal potential roles in the treatment of Gram-positive bovine mastitis. In Biennial Evergreen international Phage meeting, 23rd, Abstracts. Olympia, WA, USA.
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Vander Elst, Niels, Sara B Linden, Rob Lavigne, Evelyne Meyer, and Daniel C Nelson. 2019. “The PlySs9 Endolysin and Its Amidase Subdomain Reveal Potential Roles in the Treatment of Gram-Positive Bovine Mastitis.” In Biennial Evergreen International Phage Meeting, 23rd, Abstracts.
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Vander Elst, Niels, Sara B Linden, Rob Lavigne, Evelyne Meyer, and Daniel C Nelson. 2019. “The PlySs9 Endolysin and Its Amidase Subdomain Reveal Potential Roles in the Treatment of Gram-Positive Bovine Mastitis.” In Biennial Evergreen International Phage Meeting, 23rd, Abstracts.
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Vander Elst N, Linden SB, Lavigne R, Meyer E, Nelson DC. The PlySs9 endolysin and its amidase subdomain reveal potential roles in the treatment of Gram-positive bovine mastitis. In: Biennial Evergreen international Phage meeting, 23rd, Abstracts. 2019.
IEEE
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N. Vander Elst, S. B. Linden, R. Lavigne, E. Meyer, and D. C. Nelson, “The PlySs9 endolysin and its amidase subdomain reveal potential roles in the treatment of Gram-positive bovine mastitis,” in Biennial Evergreen international Phage meeting, 23rd, Abstracts, Olympia, WA, USA, 2019.
@inproceedings{8625415,
  author       = {Vander Elst, Niels and Linden, Sara B and Lavigne, Rob and Meyer, Evelyne and Nelson, Daniel C},
  booktitle    = {Biennial Evergreen international Phage meeting, 23rd, Abstracts},
  keywords     = {Bovine mastitis,PlySs9,Endolysin,Amidase,Dairy industry},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Olympia, WA, USA},
  title        = {The PlySs9 endolysin and its amidase subdomain reveal potential roles in the treatment of Gram-positive bovine mastitis},
  year         = {2019},
}