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Occurrence and distribution of antibiotic resistance genes in the water and sediments of Qingcaosha Reservoir, Shanghai, China

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Occurrence and distribution of antibiotic resistance genes in the water and sediments of Qingcaosha Reservoir, Shanghai, China
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Environmental Sciences Europe, October 2019
DOI 10.1186/s12302-019-0265-2
Authors

Zhifeng Huang, Wanting Zhao, Ting Xu, Binghui Zheng, Daqiang Yin

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#10,874,392
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#162
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