Field-induced assembly of colloidal ellipsoids into well-defined microtubules


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CRASSOUS, Jérôme J., Adriana M. MIHUT, Erik WERNERSSON, Patrick PFLEIDERER, Jan VERMANT, Per LINSE, Peter SCHURTENBERGER, 2014. Field-induced assembly of colloidal ellipsoids into well-defined microtubules. In: Nature Communications. 5, 5516. ISSN 0256-7865. eISSN 1303-6025

@article{Crassous2014Field-30508, title={Field-induced assembly of colloidal ellipsoids into well-defined microtubules}, year={2014}, doi={10.1038/ncomms6516}, volume={5}, issn={0256-7865}, journal={Nature Communications}, author={Crassous, Jérôme J. and Mihut, Adriana M. and Wernersson, Erik and Pfleiderer, Patrick and Vermant, Jan and Linse, Per and Schurtenberger, Peter}, note={Article Number: 5516} }

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