Thermal denaturation of A-DNA

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VALLE-ORERO, Jessica, Andrew R. WILDES, Nikos THEODORAKOPOULOS, Santiago CUESTA-LÓPEZ, Jean-Luc GARDEN, Sergey DANILKIN, Michel PEYRARD, 2014. Thermal denaturation of A-DNA. In: New Journal of Physics. 16, 113017. eISSN 1367-2630. Available under: doi: 10.1088/1367-2630/16/11/113017

@article{ValleOrero2014Therm-30507, title={Thermal denaturation of A-DNA}, year={2014}, doi={10.1088/1367-2630/16/11/113017}, volume={16}, journal={New Journal of Physics}, author={Valle-Orero, Jessica and Wildes, Andrew R. and Theodorakopoulos, Nikos and Cuesta-López, Santiago and Garden, Jean-Luc and Danilkin, Sergey and Peyrard, Michel}, note={Article Number: 113017} }

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