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Acoustic deformation for the extraction of mechanical properties of lipid vesicle populations. / Silva, Glauber T; Tian, Liangfei; Franklin, Amanda; Wang, Xuejing; Han, Xiaojun; Mann, Stephen; Drinkwater, Bruce W.

In: Physical Review E, Vol. 99, No. 6, 063002, 24.06.2019.

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Silva, Glauber T ; Tian, Liangfei ; Franklin, Amanda ; Wang, Xuejing ; Han, Xiaojun ; Mann, Stephen ; Drinkwater, Bruce W. / Acoustic deformation for the extraction of mechanical properties of lipid vesicle populations. In: Physical Review E. 2019 ; Vol. 99, No. 6.

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