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Immobilization approaches can affect protein dynamics : a surface-enhanced infrared spectroscopic study on lipid-protein interactions

Immobilization approaches can affect protein dynamics : a surface-enhanced infrared spectroscopic study on lipid-protein interactions

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FALLAH, Mohammad A., Karin HAUSER, 2019. Immobilization approaches can affect protein dynamics : a surface-enhanced infrared spectroscopic study on lipid-protein interactions. In: Biomaterials science. 7(8), pp. 3204-3212. ISSN 2047-4830. eISSN 2047-4849. Available under: doi: 10.1039/c9bm00140a

@article{Fallah2019-07-23Immob-46061, title={Immobilization approaches can affect protein dynamics : a surface-enhanced infrared spectroscopic study on lipid-protein interactions}, year={2019}, doi={10.1039/c9bm00140a}, number={8}, volume={7}, issn={2047-4830}, journal={Biomaterials science}, pages={3204--3212}, author={Fallah, Mohammad A. and Hauser, Karin} }

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