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Erratum to: Conversion of Uric Acid into Ammonium in Oil-Degrading Marine Microbial Communities: a Possible Role of Halomonads

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Erratum to: Conversion of Uric Acid into Ammonium in Oil-Degrading Marine Microbial Communities: a Possible Role of Halomonads

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Erratum to: Conversion of Uric Acid into Ammonium in Oil-Degrading Marine Microbial Communities: a Possible Role of Halomonads

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Erratum to: Conversion of Uric Acid into Ammonium in Oil-Degrading Marine Microbial Communities: a Possible Role of Halomonads

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New York: Springer

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Microbial ecology, 2015, Vol.70 (4), p.1034-1034

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_1729348965

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English

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New York: Springer

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Byline: Christoph Gertler (1,11), Rafael Bargiela (2), Francesca Mapelli (3), Xifang Han (4), Jianwei Chen (4), Tran Hai (1), Ranya A. Amer (5), Mouna Mahjoubi (6), Hanan Malkawi (7), Mirko Magagnini (8), Ameur Cherif (6), Yasser R. Abdel-Fattah (5), Nicolas Kalogerakis (9), Daniele Daffonchio (3,10), Manuel Ferrer (2), Peter N. Golyshin (1) Author...

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Erratum to: Conversion of Uric Acid into Ammonium in Oil-Degrading Marine Microbial Communities: a Possible Role of Halomonads

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_1729348965

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0095-3628

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1432-184X

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10.1007/s00248-015-0631-6

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