Microfluidic chips with nanostructures for investigation of biological objects by methods of high resolution microscopy

Poster   Jun 27, 2011

 
Microfluidic chips with nanostructures for investigation of biological objects by methods of high resolution microscopy
 
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I.V. KUKHTEVICH 1; A.A. EVSTRAPOV 1,2,3; A.S. BUKATIN 2,3; I.S. MUKHIN 1,2

 
 

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