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Biophysical studies and intracellular destabilization of pH-sensitive liposomes

Bibliographic reference Van Bambeke, Françoise ; Kerkhofs, Anne ; Schanck, André ; Remacle, Claude ; Sonveaux, Etienne ; et. al. Biophysical studies and intracellular destabilization of pH-sensitive liposomes. In: Lipids, Vol. 35, no. 2, p. 213-223 (2000)
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