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Salt-induced protein resistance of polyelectrolyte brushes studied using fluorescence correlation spectroscopy and neutron reflectometry

Salt-induced protein resistance of polyelectrolyte brushes studied using fluorescence correlation spectroscopy and neutron reflectometry

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CZESLIK, Claus, Guido JACKLER, T. HAZLETT, Enrico GRATTON, Roland STEITZ, Alexander WITTEMANN, Matthias BALLAUFF, 2004. Salt-induced protein resistance of polyelectrolyte brushes studied using fluorescence correlation spectroscopy and neutron reflectometry. In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 6(24), pp. 5557-5563. ISSN 1463-9076

@article{Czeslik2004Salt--20216, title={Salt-induced protein resistance of polyelectrolyte brushes studied using fluorescence correlation spectroscopy and neutron reflectometry}, year={2004}, doi={10.1039/B410805A}, number={24}, volume={6}, issn={1463-9076}, journal={Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics}, pages={5557--5563}, author={Czeslik, Claus and Jackler, Guido and Hazlett, T. and Gratton, Enrico and Steitz, Roland and Wittemann, Alexander and Ballauff, Matthias} }

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