Bacillus subtilis matrix protein TasA is interfacially active, but BslA dominates interfacial film properties

Ryan J. Morris, Natalie C. Bamford, Keith M. Bromley, Elliot Erskine, Nicola Stanley-Wall, Cait E. MacPhee (Lead / Corresponding author)

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