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From morphology to biochemical state : intravital multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging of inflamed human skin

From morphology to biochemical state : intravital multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging of inflamed human skin

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HUCK, Volker, Christian GORZELANNY, Kai THOMAS, Valentina GETOVA, Verena NIEMEYER, Katharina ZENS, Tim R. UNNERSTALL, Julia S. FEGER, Mohammad A. FALLAH, Stefan W. SCHNEIDER, 2016. From morphology to biochemical state : intravital multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging of inflamed human skin. In: Scientific Reports. 6, 22789. eISSN 2045-2322. Available under: doi: 10.1038/srep22789

@article{Huck2016morph-34013, title={From morphology to biochemical state : intravital multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging of inflamed human skin}, year={2016}, doi={10.1038/srep22789}, volume={6}, journal={Scientific Reports}, author={Huck, Volker and Gorzelanny, Christian and Thomas, Kai and Getova, Valentina and Niemeyer, Verena and Zens, Katharina and Unnerstall, Tim R. and Feger, Julia S. and Fallah, Mohammad A. and Schneider, Stefan W.}, note={Article Number: 22789} }

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