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Single-Molecule Atomic Force Microscopy Reveals Clustering of the Yeast Plasma-Membrane Sensor Wsc1

Bibliographic reference Heinisch, Juergen J. ; Dupres, Vincent ; Wilk, Sabrina ; Jendretzki, Arne ; Dufrêne, Yves. Single-Molecule Atomic Force Microscopy Reveals Clustering of the Yeast Plasma-Membrane Sensor Wsc1. In: PLoS One, Vol. 5, no. 6 (2010)
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