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BacHBerry: BACterial Hosts for production of Bioactive phenolics from bERRY fruits

TitleBacHBerry: BACterial Hosts for production of Bioactive phenolics from bERRY fruits
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsDudnik A, Almeida AF, Andrade R, Avila B, Banados P, Bassard JE, Benkoulouche M, Bott M, Braga A, Breitel D, Brennan R, Bulteau L, Chanforasn C, Costa I, Doostmohammadi M, Faria N, Feng C, Fernandes A, Ferreira P, Ferro R, Foito A, Freitag S, Garcia G, Gaspar P, Godinho-Pereira J, Hamberger B, Hartmann A, Heider H, Jardim C, Julien-Laferriere A, Kallscheuer N, Kerbe W, Kuipers OP, Li S, Love N, Marchetti-Spaccamela A, Marienhagen J, Martin C, Arnaud M, Mazurek V, Meinhart C, Méndez Sevillano D, Menezes R, Naesby M, Nørholm MHH, Okkels FT, Oliveira J, Ottens M, Parrot D, PeiI L, Rocha I, Rosado-Ramos R, Rousseau C, Sagot MF, Nunes dos Santos C, Schmidt M, Shelenga T, Shepherd LVT, Silva AR, da Silva MH, Simon O, Stahlhut SG, Solopova A, Sorokin A, Stewart D, Stougie L, Su S, Thole V, Tikhonova O, Trick M, Vain P, Veríssimo A, Vila-Santa A, Vinga S, Vogt M, Wang L, Wang L, Wei W, Youssef S, Neves AR, Forster J
JournalPhytochemistry Reviews
Volume17
Pagination291-326

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