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Fractal analysis of viscoelastic data with automated gel point location and its potential application in the investigation of therapeutically modified blood coagulation / P. Adrian Evans, Matthew Lawrence, R. H. Keith Morris, Naresh Thirumalai, Roger Munro, Lisa Wakeman, Andrew Beddel, P. Rhodri Williams, Matthew Barrow, Daniel Curtis, M. Rowan Brown, Karl Hawkins, Rhodri Williams

Rheologica Acta, Volume: 49, Issue: 9, Pages: 901 - 908

Swansea University Author: Rhodri Williams

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ISSN: 0035-4511 1435-1528
Published: 2010
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title Fractal analysis of viscoelastic data with automated gel point location and its potential application in the investigation of therapeutically modified blood coagulation
spellingShingle Fractal analysis of viscoelastic data with automated gel point location and its potential application in the investigation of therapeutically modified blood coagulation
Rhodri, Williams
title_short Fractal analysis of viscoelastic data with automated gel point location and its potential application in the investigation of therapeutically modified blood coagulation
title_full Fractal analysis of viscoelastic data with automated gel point location and its potential application in the investigation of therapeutically modified blood coagulation
title_fullStr Fractal analysis of viscoelastic data with automated gel point location and its potential application in the investigation of therapeutically modified blood coagulation
title_full_unstemmed Fractal analysis of viscoelastic data with automated gel point location and its potential application in the investigation of therapeutically modified blood coagulation
title_sort Fractal analysis of viscoelastic data with automated gel point location and its potential application in the investigation of therapeutically modified blood coagulation
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