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Cartography of Methicillin-Resistant S. aureus Transcripts: Detection, Orientation and Temporal Expression during Growth Phase and Stress Conditions

By Marie Beaume, David Hernandez, Laurent Farinelli, Cécile Deluen, Patrick Linder, Christine Gaspin, Pascale Romby, Jacques Schrenzel and Patrice Francois
Topics: Research Article
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