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Interaction of proteins with linear polyelectrolytes and spherical polyelectrolyte brushes in aqueous solution

Interaction of proteins with linear polyelectrolytes and spherical polyelectrolyte brushes in aqueous solution

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WITTEMANN, Alexander, Matthias BALLAUFF, 2006. Interaction of proteins with linear polyelectrolytes and spherical polyelectrolyte brushes in aqueous solution. In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 8(45), pp. 5269-5275. ISSN 1463-9076

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