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Identification of surface proteins in Enterococcus faecalis V583

By Liv Anette Bøhle, Tahira Riaz, Wolfgang Egge-Jacobsen, Morten Skaugen, Øyvind L Busk, Vincent GH Eijsink and Geir Mathiesen
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