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Publishing pure and applied work on protein, microbial, fungal, plant and animal fouling and its control, as well as studies of all kinds on biofilms and bioadhesion. Find out why authors rate their experience of publishing in Biofouling as 9.6 out of 10.
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Providing novel insights, provocative questions, and new hypotheses into the expanding field of gene transcription.
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