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Water and Flamingo Feces Bacterial Communities from High- Altitude Andean Lakes under Selective Antibiotic Pressure Studied by PCR-DGGE Analyses

By María V. Fernández-Zenoff, Julián R. Dib, Anna Neumann, María C. Estévez and María E. Farías

Submitted: December 2nd 2014Reviewed: November 9th 2015Published: November 26th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/61967

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María V. Fernández-Zenoff, Julián R. Dib, Anna Neumann, María C. Estévez and María E. Farías (November 26th 2015). Water and Flamingo Feces Bacterial Communities from High- Altitude Andean Lakes under Selective Antibiotic Pressure Studied by PCR-DGGE Analyses, Antimicrobial Resistance Maria Cristina Ossiprandi, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/61967. Available from:

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