Preparation, characterization, and application in biosensors of functionalized platforms with poly(4-aminobenzoic acid) View Full Text


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2015-02

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Lucas F. Ferreira, Cátia C. Santos, Filipe S. da Cruz, Ricardo A. M. S. Correa, Rodrigo M. Verly, Leonardo M. Da Silva

ABSTRACT

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1103-1116

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