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Velásquez-Durán, Anabel; Ramírez Montoya, María Soledad

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Single-molecule FRET reveals multiscale chromatin dynamics modulated by HP1α-Fig. 7cde

Kilic, Sinan; Felekyan, Suren; Doroshenko, Olga; Boichenko, Iuliia; Dimura, Mykola; Vardanyan, Hayk; Bryan, Louise C.; Arya, Gaurav; Seidel, Claus.A.M.; Fierz, Beat

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Ye, Hao; Clark, Adam; Deyle, Ethan; Munch, Steve; Keyes, Oliver; Cai, Jun; White, Ethan; Cowles, Jane; Stagge, James; Daon, Yair; Sugihara, George

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STARS4ALL European Photometer Network Nov 2017

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