Coral Probiotics : Premise, Promise, Prospects

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PEIXOTO, Raquel S, Michael SWEET, Helena D M VILLELA, Pedro CARDOSO, Torsten THOMAS, Christian VOOLSTRA, Lone HØJ, David G BOURNE, 2021. Coral Probiotics : Premise, Promise, Prospects. In: Annual review of animal biosciences. Annual Reviews. 9. ISSN 2165-8102. eISSN 2165-8110. Available under: doi: 10.1146/annurev-animal-090120-115444

@article{Peixoto2021-02-16Coral-52202, title={Coral Probiotics : Premise, Promise, Prospects}, year={2021}, doi={10.1146/annurev-animal-090120-115444}, volume={9}, issn={2165-8102}, journal={Annual review of animal biosciences}, author={Peixoto, Raquel S and Sweet, Michael and Villela, Helena D M and Cardoso, Pedro and Thomas, Torsten and Voolstra, Christian and Høj, Lone and Bourne, David G} }

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