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Ribozyme-Based Aminoglycoside Switches of Gene Expression Engineered by Genetic Selection in S. cerevisiae

Ribozyme-Based Aminoglycoside Switches of Gene Expression Engineered by Genetic Selection in S. cerevisiae

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KLAUSER, Benedikt, Janina ATANASOV, Lena K. SIEWERT, Jörg S. HARTIG, 2015. Ribozyme-Based Aminoglycoside Switches of Gene Expression Engineered by Genetic Selection in S. cerevisiae. In: ACS Synthetic Biology. 4(5), pp. 516-525. eISSN 2161-5063. Available under: doi: 10.1021/sb500062p

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