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Effect of mesoporous silica under Neisseria meningitidis transformation process: environmental effects under meningococci transformation

By Luciana M Hollanda, Gisele CG Cury, Rafaella FC Pereira, Gracielle A Ferreira, Andreza Sousa, Edesia MB Sousa and Marcelo Lancellotti
Topics: Short Communication
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