Faecal enterococci from camels in Tunisia: Species, antibiotic resistance and virulent genes

Autor: Klibi N.; Lagha A.B.; Slama K.B.; Boudabous A.; Torres Manrique, Carmen

Tipo de documento: Artículo de revista

Revista: Veterinary Record. ISSN: 0042-4900. Año: 2013. Número: 8. Volumen: 172. Páginas: 213-.

doi 10.1136/vr.100910

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Science  Área: VETERINARY SCIENCES  Quartil: Q1  Lugar área: 26/129  F. impacto: 1,633 

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,466  SNIP: ,819 

CIRC: GRUPO A - EXCELENCIA

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