Engineering siderophores

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RÜTSCHLIN, Sina, Thomas BÖTTCHER, 2020. Engineering siderophores. In: SHUKLA, Arun K., ed.. Chemical and synthetic biology approaches to understand cellular functions : part C. Cambridge, MA:Elsevier, pp. 29-47. ISBN 978-0-12-819128-6. Available under: doi: 10.1016/bs.mie.2019.10.030

@incollection{Rutschlin2020Engin-50650, title={Engineering siderophores}, year={2020}, doi={10.1016/bs.mie.2019.10.030}, number={633}, isbn={978-0-12-819128-6}, address={Cambridge, MA}, publisher={Elsevier}, series={Methods in Enzymology}, booktitle={Chemical and synthetic biology approaches to understand cellular functions : part C}, pages={29--47}, editor={Shukla, Arun K.}, author={Rütschlin, Sina and Böttcher, Thomas} }

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