Published in Proteomics Weekly, January 14th, 2008
"When C-12(6)- and C-13(6)-benzene were added as comparative substrates, marked differences in the quantitative buoyant density distribution became apparent especially for uncultured microbes within the Gram-positive Peptococcaceae, closely related to environmental clones retrieved from contaminated aquifers world wide and...
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