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Sequential unfolding of beta helical protein by single-molecule atomic force microscopy

Bibliographic reference Alsteens, David ; Martinez, Nicolas ; Jamin, Marc ; Jacob-Dubuisson, Françoise. Sequential unfolding of beta helical protein by single-molecule atomic force microscopy. In: PLoS One, Vol. 8, no.8, p. e73572 (2013)
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