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Российской академии наук

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Эволюция NtcA- и NtcB-регулонов у цианобактерий и хлоропластов Rhodophyta

Дополнительные материалы к статье «Регулоны NtcA и NtcB у цианобактерий и хлоропластов Rhodophyta» (Лопатовская К.В., Селиверстов А.В., Любецкий В.А.)


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