Impacts of experimentally induced and clinically acquired quinolone resistance on the membrane and intracellular subproteomes of Salmonella Typhimurium DT104B

Autor: Correia, S.; Hébraud, M.; Chafsey, I.; Chambon, C.; Viala, D.; Torres Manrique, CarmenToro Hernando, María de; Capelo, J.L.; Poeta, P.; Igrejas, G.; 

Tipo de documento: Artículo de revista

Revista: Journal of Proteomics . ISSN: 1874-3919. Año: 2016. Volumen: 145. Páginas: 46-59.

JCR (datos correspondientes al año 2014):
Science  Área: BIOCHEMICAL RESEARCH METHODS  Quartil: Q1  Lugar área: 16/79  F. impacto: 3,888 

SCIMAGO (datos correspondientes al año 2014):
1,146  SNIP: 1,052 



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