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Pseudomonas aeruginosa Cystic Fibrosis isolates of similar RAPD genotype exhibit diversity in biofilm forming ability in vitro

By Elena Deligianni, Sally Pattison, Daniel Berrar, Nigel G Ternan, Richard W Haylock, John E Moore, Stuart J Elborn and James SG Dooley
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