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The development of rheometry for strain-sensitive gelling systems and its application in a study of fibrin–thrombin gel formation / Karl Hawkins, P. Adrian Evans, Matthew Lawrence, Daniel Curtis, Marc Davies, P. Rhodri Williams, Rhodri Williams

Rheologica Acta, Volume: 49, Issue: 9, Pages: 891 - 900

Swansea University Author: Rhodri Williams

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ISSN: 0035-4511 1435-1528
Published: 2010
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title The development of rheometry for strain-sensitive gelling systems and its application in a study of fibrin–thrombin gel formation
spellingShingle The development of rheometry for strain-sensitive gelling systems and its application in a study of fibrin–thrombin gel formation
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title_short The development of rheometry for strain-sensitive gelling systems and its application in a study of fibrin–thrombin gel formation
title_full The development of rheometry for strain-sensitive gelling systems and its application in a study of fibrin–thrombin gel formation
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