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Antibacterial and quorum sensing regulatory activities of some traditional Eastern-European medicinal plants

Pubblicato online: 06 Jun 2014
Volume & Edizione: Volume 64 (2014) - Edizione 2 (June 2014)
Pagine: 173 - 186
Accettato: 13 Feb 2014
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