Rheology of F-actin solutions determinated from thermally driven tracer motion


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MASON, Thomas G., Thomas GISLER, David A. WEITZ, Klaus KROY, Erwin FREY, 2000. Rheology of F-actin solutions determinated from thermally driven tracer motion. In: Journal of Rheology. 44(4), pp. 917-928

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