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A new 3-hydroxybutyrate fermenting anaerobe, llyobacter polytropus, gen. nov. sp. nov., possessing various fermentation pathways

A new 3-hydroxybutyrate fermenting anaerobe, llyobacter polytropus, gen. nov. sp. nov., possessing various fermentation pathways

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STIEB, Marion, Bernhard SCHINK, 1984. A new 3-hydroxybutyrate fermenting anaerobe, llyobacter polytropus, gen. nov. sp. nov., possessing various fermentation pathways. In: Archives of Microbiology. 140(2-3), pp. 139-146

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