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MyBASE: a database for genome polymorphism and gene function studies of Mycobacterium

By Xinxing Zhu, Suhua Chang, Kechi Fang, Sijia Cui, Jun Liu, Zuowei Wu, Xuping Yu, George F Gao, Huanming Yang, Baoli Zhu and Jing Wang
Topics: Database
Publisher: BioMed Central
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