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Intracellular tracking of single-plasmid DNA particles after delivery by electroporation

Intracellular tracking of single-plasmid DNA particles after delivery by electroporation

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ROSAZZA, Christelle, Annette-Stephanie BUNTZ, Thorsten RIESS, Dominik WÖLL, Andreas ZUMBUSCH, Marie-Pierre ROLS, 2013. Intracellular tracking of single-plasmid DNA particles after delivery by electroporation. In: Molecular Therapy. 21(12), pp. 2217-2226. ISSN 1525-0016. eISSN 1525-0024. Available under: doi: 10.1038/mt.2013.182

@article{Rosazza2013-12Intra-24502, title={Intracellular tracking of single-plasmid DNA particles after delivery by electroporation}, year={2013}, doi={10.1038/mt.2013.182}, number={12}, volume={21}, issn={1525-0016}, journal={Molecular Therapy}, pages={2217--2226}, author={Rosazza, Christelle and Buntz, Annette-Stephanie and Rieß, Thorsten and Wöll, Dominik and Zumbusch, Andreas and Rols, Marie-Pierre} }

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