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Aquapres     8-(benzylsulfanylmethyl)-4- chloro-10,10...

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  • Improved Production of Enzymes, Which Are Expressed under the Pho Regulon Promoter, in the rmf Gene (encoding ribosome modulation factor) Disruptant of Escherichia coli [17].
 

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