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Volume 8   Issue 1   Year 2013
Lunin V.Y., Grum-Grzhimailo A.N., Gryzlova E.V., Sinitsyn D.O., Balabaev N.K., Lunina N.L., Petrova T.E., Tereshkina K.B., Abdulnasyrov E.G., Stepanov A.S., Krupyanskii Y.F.

Computer Simulation of Diffraction of X-ray Pulses by Nanocrystals of Biological Macromolecules Using Unitary Approximation of Nonstationary Atomic Scattering Factors

Mathematical Biology & Bioinformatics. 2013;8(1):93-118.

doi: 10.17537/2013.8.93.


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