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ATR-FTIR spectroscopy for the routine quality control of exosome isolations

Victoria Ramos-Garcia; Isabel Ten-Doménech; Alba Moreno-Giménez; María Gormaz; Anna Parra-Llorca; Pilar Sepúlveda; David Pérez-Guaita; Máximo Vento; Bernhard Lendl; Guillermo Quintás; Julia Kuligowski


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