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Turchenkov D.A., Bystrov V.S.

Experimental and Theoretical Methods of Study of Ionic Channels

Mathematical Biology & Bioinformatics. 2014;9(1):112-148.

doi: 10.17537/2014.9.112.


The paper is published in: Matematicheskaya biologiya i bioinformatika (Mathematical Biology and Bioinformatics). 2014;9(1):112-148. doi: 10.17537/2014.9.112.

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