Quantitative analysis of Mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis proteome in response to antibiotics and during exposure to different environmental conditions
Rajoana Rojony Matthew Martin Anaamika Campeau Jacob M. Wozniak David J. Gonzalez Pankaj Jaiswal L. Danelishvili Luiz E. Bermudez
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