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gazogene

[′gaz·ə‚jēn]
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Alture-Werber, "A refractory case of subacute bacterial endocarditis due to veillonella gazogenes clinically arrested by a combination of penicillin, sodium paraaminohippurate, and heparin," American Heart Journal, vol.
Visitors learned about how the government guided local artisans to find and produce solutions to energy problems using vegetable oils, about efforts to cultivate cotton and jute, and about the placement of gazogenes in vehicles (CAOM, FM, 1/te1767, No.
gazogenes (NCIMB 2250) showed antagonistic activity towards shrimp pathogens vibriosis.