"Microbial Phytases and Phytate: Exploring Opportunities for Sustainable Phosphorus Management in Agriculture"
written by Nelly P. Balaban, Aliya D. Suleimanova, Lia R. Valeeva, Inna B. Chastukhina, Natalia L. Rudakova, Margarita R. Sharipova, Eugene V. Shakirov,
published by American Journal of Molecular Biology, Vol.7 No.1, 2017
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