Time-dependent flow in arrested states - transient behaviour

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MUTCH, Kevin J., Marco LAURATI, Christian P. AMANN, Matthias FUCHS, Stefan U. EGELHAAF, 2013. Time-dependent flow in arrested states - transient behaviour. In: The European Physical Journal Special Topics. 222(11), pp. 2803-2817. ISSN 1951-6355. eISSN 1951-6401

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