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Nanoscale imaging of Bacillus thuringiensis flagella using atomic force microscopy

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Bibliographic reference Gillis, Annika ; Dupres, Vincent ; Delestrait, Guillaume ; Mahillon, Jacques ; Dufrêne, Yves. Nanoscale imaging of Bacillus thuringiensis flagella using atomic force microscopy. In: Nanoscale, Vol. 4, p. 1585-1591 (2012)
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