Cyclic AMP Receptor Proteins From Mycobacteria: Functional Divergence and Deviation From the Ecoli Pardigm
Publication Type:Conference Proceedings
Source:79th Annual Meeting of Society of Biological Sciences, India (2010)
Cite this Research Publication
R. Sharma, Jayashree, G., and Visweswariah, S. S., “Cyclic AMP Receptor Proteins From Mycobacteria: Functional Divergence and Deviation From the Ecoli Pardigm”, 79th Annual Meeting of Society of Biological Sciences. India, 2010.
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