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Anaerobic degradation of isobutyrate by methanogenic enrichment cultures and by a Desuifococcus multivorans strain

Anaerobic degradation of isobutyrate by methanogenic enrichment cultures and by a Desuifococcus multivorans strain

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STIEB, Marion, Bernhard SCHINK, 1989. Anaerobic degradation of isobutyrate by methanogenic enrichment cultures and by a Desuifococcus multivorans strain. In: Archives of microbiology. 151(2), pp. 126-132

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