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Diversity of 23S rRNA Genes within Individual Prokaryotic Genomes

By Anna Pei, Carlos W. Nossa, Pooja Chokshi, Martin J. Blaser, Liying Yang, David M. Rosmarin and Zhiheng Pei
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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