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(51) Marcoleta AE et al (2016). Klebsiella pneumoniae Asparagine tDNAs Are Integration Hotspots for Different Genomic Islands Encoding Microcin E492 Production Determinants and Other Putative Virulence Factors Present in Hypervirulent Strains. Front Microbiol. 0.88125. [PudMed:27375573]
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