Fusarium verticillioides (Saccardo) Nirenberg
Genome sequencing strain (Broad Institute, USA).
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Once you have the necessary permit, email the permit to [email protected] with a reference to both your account and sales order numbers. Once received, your permit will be reviewed, and this item will be released for shipment if all requirements are met. If you need assistance with your order, please contact our Customer Care team or your applicable distributor.
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