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Growth and toxin production of Gambierdiscus spp. can be regulated by quorum-sensing bacteria

The extreme genetic diversity in a single liver tumor implies clonal evolution under the non-Darwinian mode.

AglnS2/In2S3 heterostructure sensitization of Escherichia coli for sustainable hydrogen production

The extreme genetic diversity in a single liver tumor implies clonal evolution under the non-Darwinian mode.

Enhanced Biological Hydrogen Production from Escherichia coli with Surface Precipitated Cadmium Sulfide Nanoparticles

The extreme genetic diversity in a single liver tumor implies clonal evolution under the non-Darwinian mode.

Removal of harmful alga, Chattonella marina, by recyclable natural magnetic sphalerite

The extreme genetic diversity in a single liver tumor implies clonal evolution under the non-Darwinian mode.