Estimation of delay times in biological systems

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MÜLLER, Thomas, Michael LAUK, Matthias REINHARD, Andreas HETZEL, Carl H. LÜCKING, Jens TIMMER, 2003. Estimation of delay times in biological systems. In: Annals of Biomedical Engineering. 31(11), pp. 1423-1439. ISSN 0090-6964. eISSN 1573-9686. Available under: doi: 10.1114/1.1617984

@article{Muller2003Estim-27248, title={Estimation of delay times in biological systems}, year={2003}, doi={10.1114/1.1617984}, number={11}, volume={31}, issn={0090-6964}, journal={Annals of Biomedical Engineering}, pages={1423--1439}, author={Müller, Thomas and Lauk, Michael and Reinhard, Matthias and Hetzel, Andreas and Lücking, Carl H. and Timmer, Jens} }

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