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In Silico Drug Design of Biofilm Inhibitors of Staphylococcus epidermidis

by Al-mulla, Aymen Faraoun, MS

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قارعلا ةيروهمج
يملعلا ثحبلاو يلاعلا ميلعتلا ةرازو
ةيثارولا ةسدنهلا دهعم /دادغب ةعماج
ةيئايحلاا تاينقتلاو
ايلعلا تاساردلل
ةيشغلاا تاطبثمل بوساحلا مادختسإب يئاودلا ميمصتلا
ايرتكبل ةيويحلا
Staphylococcus epidermidis
ةمدقم ةلاسر
ةيئايحلاا تاينقتلاو ةيثارولا ةسدنهلا دهعم سلجم ىلا
يف ريتسجاملا ةجرد لين تابلطتم نم ءزج يهو ايلعلا تاساردلل
ةيئايحلاا تاينقتلاو ةيثارولا ةسدنهلا
لاملا دمحأ نوعرف نميا
ةلديصلا ةيلك
دادغب ةعماج
ةرهز .د.أ

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