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Серин-треониновые протеинкиназы бактерий — потенциальная мишень для регуляции состава микробиоты человека

Н. В. Захаревич1, В. Н. Даниленко1,2
Информация об авторах

1 Лаборатория генетики микроорганизмов,
Институт общей генетики имени Н. И. Вавилова РАН, Москва

2 Кафедра биоинформатики, факультет биологической и медицинской физики,
Московский физико-технический институт (государственный университет), Долгопрудный

Для корреспонденции: Захаревич Наталья Владимировна
ул. Губкина, д. 3, г. Москва, 119991; ur.xednay@hciverahkaz

Информация о статье

Вклад всех авторов в работу равнозначен: подбор и анализ литературы, планирование структуры статьи, интерпретация данных литературы, подготовка черновика рукописи, внесение исправлений.

Статья получена: 28.03.2017 Статья принята к печати: 07.04.2017
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