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Diet-dependent modular dynamic interactions of the equine cecal microbiota

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Diet-dependent modular dynamic interactions of the equine cecal microbiota. / Kristoffersen, Camilla; Jensen, Rasmus Bovbjerg; Avershina, Ekaterina; Austbø, Dag; Tauson, Anne-Helene; Rudi, Knut.

I: Microbes and Environments, Bind 31, Nr. 4, 23.12.2016, s. 378-386.

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Kristoffersen, C, Jensen, RB, Avershina, E, Austbø, D, Tauson, A-H & Rudi, K 2016, 'Diet-dependent modular dynamic interactions of the equine cecal microbiota', Microbes and Environments, bind 31, nr. 4, s. 378-386. https://doi.org/10.1264/jsme2.ME16061

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Kristoffersen, C., Jensen, R. B., Avershina, E., Austbø, D., Tauson, A-H., & Rudi, K. (2016). Diet-dependent modular dynamic interactions of the equine cecal microbiota. Microbes and Environments, 31(4), 378-386. https://doi.org/10.1264/jsme2.ME16061

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Kristoffersen C, Jensen RB, Avershina E, Austbø D, Tauson A-H, Rudi K. Diet-dependent modular dynamic interactions of the equine cecal microbiota. Microbes and Environments. 2016 dec 23;31(4):378-386. https://doi.org/10.1264/jsme2.ME16061

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Kristoffersen, Camilla ; Jensen, Rasmus Bovbjerg ; Avershina, Ekaterina ; Austbø, Dag ; Tauson, Anne-Helene ; Rudi, Knut. / Diet-dependent modular dynamic interactions of the equine cecal microbiota. I: Microbes and Environments. 2016 ; Bind 31, Nr. 4. s. 378-386.

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