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Enzymes manage biofilms on crab surfaces aiding in feeding and antifouling

Essock-Burns, T, Wepprich, A, Thompson, A, and Rittschof, D. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 479 (June 2016): 106-113.
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