PMID: 6653780Nov 28, 1983

Amino acid sequence of pilin from Bacteroides nodosus (strain 198), the causative organism of ovine footrot

FEBS Letters
N M McKernB L Clark

Abstract

No abstract listed.

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Citations

Jan 1, 1991·Archives of Virology·N M McKernD D Shukla
Jan 1, 1987·Journal of Molecular Evolution·B P Dalrymple, J S Mattick
Apr 1, 1994·Vaccine·J D HuntD J Stewart
Sep 1, 1987·Veterinary Microbiology·J R EgertonJ S Mattick
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