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Sub-second cellular dynamics : time-resolved electron microscopy and functional correlation

Sub-second cellular dynamics : time-resolved electron microscopy and functional correlation


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PLATTNER, Helmut, Joachim HENTSCHEL, 2006. Sub-second cellular dynamics : time-resolved electron microscopy and functional correlation. In: International Review of Cytology. 255, pp. 133-176

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