Dielectric constant of flagellin proteins measured by scanning dielectric microscopyCitation formats

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  • Helena Lozano
  • Rene Fabregas
  • Nuria Blanco-Cabra
  • Ruben Millan-Solsona
  • Eduard Torrents
  • Gabriel Gomila

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Dielectric constant of flagellin proteins measured by scanning dielectric microscopy. / Lozano, Helena; Fabregas, Rene; Blanco-Cabra, Nuria; Millan-Solsona, Ruben; Torrents, Eduard; Fumagalli, Laura; Gomila, Gabriel.

In: Nanoscale, Vol. 10, 2018, p. 19188-19194.

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Lozano, H, Fabregas, R, Blanco-Cabra, N, Millan-Solsona, R, Torrents, E, Fumagalli, L & Gomila, G 2018, 'Dielectric constant of flagellin proteins measured by scanning dielectric microscopy', Nanoscale, vol. 10, pp. 19188-19194. https://doi.org/10.1039/c8nr06190d

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Lozano, H., Fabregas, R., Blanco-Cabra, N., Millan-Solsona, R., Torrents, E., Fumagalli, L., & Gomila, G. (2018). Dielectric constant of flagellin proteins measured by scanning dielectric microscopy. Nanoscale, 10, 19188-19194. https://doi.org/10.1039/c8nr06190d

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Lozano H, Fabregas R, Blanco-Cabra N, Millan-Solsona R, Torrents E, Fumagalli L et al. Dielectric constant of flagellin proteins measured by scanning dielectric microscopy. Nanoscale. 2018;10:19188-19194. https://doi.org/10.1039/c8nr06190d

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Lozano, Helena ; Fabregas, Rene ; Blanco-Cabra, Nuria ; Millan-Solsona, Ruben ; Torrents, Eduard ; Fumagalli, Laura ; Gomila, Gabriel. / Dielectric constant of flagellin proteins measured by scanning dielectric microscopy. In: Nanoscale. 2018 ; Vol. 10. pp. 19188-19194.

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