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The influence of structural gradients in large pore organosilica materials on the capabilities for hosting cellular communities

The influence of structural gradients in large pore organosilica materials on the capabilities for hosting cellular communities

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BRONNER, Hannah, Anna-Katharina HOLZER, Alexander FINKE, Marius KUNKEL, Andreas MARX, Marcel LEIST, Sebastian POLARZ, 2020. The influence of structural gradients in large pore organosilica materials on the capabilities for hosting cellular communities. In: RSC Advances. Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). 10(29), pp. 17327-17335. eISSN 2046-2069. Available under: doi: 10.1039/d0ra00927j

@article{Bronner2020-05-05influ-49955, title={The influence of structural gradients in large pore organosilica materials on the capabilities for hosting cellular communities}, year={2020}, doi={10.1039/d0ra00927j}, number={29}, volume={10}, journal={RSC Advances}, pages={17327--17335}, author={Bronner, Hannah and Holzer, Anna-Katharina and Finke, Alexander and Kunkel, Marius and Marx, Andreas and Leist, Marcel and Polarz, Sebastian} }

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