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Brazilian marine-derived microorganisms: Biocatalytic discoveries and applications in organic chemistry (2016)

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  • USP affiliated authors: PORTO, ANDRÉ LUIZ MELEIRO - IQSC
  • USP Schools: IQSC
  • DOI: 978-1-4822-5820-2
  • Subjects: QUÍMICA ORGÂNICA; FUNGOS
  • Language: Inglês
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      FERREIRA , Irlon Maciel; BIROLLI, Willian Garcia; ALVARENGA, Natália; MOUAD, Ana Maria; PORTO, André Luiz Meleiro. Brazilian marine-derived microorganisms: Biocatalytic discoveries and applications in organic chemistry. In: Marine OMICS principles and applications[S.l: s.n.], 2016. DOI: 978-1-4822-5820-2.
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      Ferreira , I. M., Birolli, W. G., Alvarenga, N., Mouad, A. M., & Porto, A. L. M. (2016). Brazilian marine-derived microorganisms: Biocatalytic discoveries and applications in organic chemistry. In Marine OMICS principles and applications. Boca Raton: CRC. doi:978-1-4822-5820-2
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      Ferreira IM, Birolli WG, Alvarenga N, Mouad AM, Porto ALM. Brazilian marine-derived microorganisms: Biocatalytic discoveries and applications in organic chemistry. In: Marine OMICS principles and applications. Boca Raton: CRC; 2016.
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      Ferreira IM, Birolli WG, Alvarenga N, Mouad AM, Porto ALM. Brazilian marine-derived microorganisms: Biocatalytic discoveries and applications in organic chemistry. In: Marine OMICS principles and applications. Boca Raton: CRC; 2016.

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