Inhibitors of Bacterial Swarming Behavior

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RÜTSCHLIN, Sina, Thomas BÖTTCHER, 2019. Inhibitors of Bacterial Swarming Behavior. In: Chemistry - A European Journal. ISSN 0947-6539. eISSN 1521-3765. Available under: doi: 10.1002/chem.201901961

@article{Rutschlin2019-07-03Inhib-46241, title={Inhibitors of Bacterial Swarming Behavior}, year={2019}, doi={10.1002/chem.201901961}, issn={0947-6539}, journal={Chemistry - A European Journal}, author={Rütschlin, Sina and Böttcher, Thomas} }

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