comK prophage junction fragments as markers for Listeria monocytogenes genotypes unique to individual meat and poultry processing plants and a model for rapid niche-specific adaptation, biofilm formation, and persistence. (Q41849279)

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scientific article published on 25 March 2011
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comK prophage junction fragments as markers for Listeria monocytogenes genotypes unique to individual meat and poultry processing plants and a model for rapid niche-specific adaptation, biofilm formation, and persistence.
scientific article published on 25 March 2011

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    comK prophage junction fragments as markers for Listeria monocytogenes genotypes unique to individual meat and poultry processing plants and a model for rapid niche-specific adaptation, biofilm formation, and persistence. (English)
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    Bindhu Verghese
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    Mei Lok
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    Jia Wen
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    Valentina Alessandria
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    Yi Chen
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    Sophia Kathariou
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    Stephen Knabel
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    25 March 2011
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    77
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    3279-3292
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