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Nested Formation of Calcium Carbonate Polymorphs in a Bacterial Surface Membrane with a Graded Nanoconfinement : An Evolutionary Strategy to Ensure Bacterial Survival

Nested Formation of Calcium Carbonate Polymorphs in a Bacterial Surface Membrane with a Graded Nanoconfinement : An Evolutionary Strategy to Ensure Bacterial Survival

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SIMON, Paul, Wolfgang POMPE, Denise GRUNER, Elena STURM, Kai OSTERMANN, Sabine MATYS, Manja VOGEL, Gerhard RÖDEL, 2022. Nested Formation of Calcium Carbonate Polymorphs in a Bacterial Surface Membrane with a Graded Nanoconfinement : An Evolutionary Strategy to Ensure Bacterial Survival. In: ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering. ACS Publications. 8(2), pp. 526-539. ISSN 2373-9878. eISSN 2373-9878. Available under: doi: 10.1021/acsbiomaterials.1c01280

@article{Simon2022-02-14Neste-56355, title={Nested Formation of Calcium Carbonate Polymorphs in a Bacterial Surface Membrane with a Graded Nanoconfinement : An Evolutionary Strategy to Ensure Bacterial Survival}, year={2022}, doi={10.1021/acsbiomaterials.1c01280}, number={2}, volume={8}, issn={2373-9878}, journal={ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering}, pages={526--539}, author={Simon, Paul and Pompe, Wolfgang and Gruner, Denise and Sturm, Elena and Ostermann, Kai and Matys, Sabine and Vogel, Manja and Rödel, Gerhard} }

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