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[Filters as selective electrodes for synthetic penetrating ions].

@article{Drachev1979FiltersAS,
  title={[Filters as selective electrodes for synthetic penetrating ions].},
  author={L. Drachev and A. Kaulen and V. D. Samuilov and I. I. Severina and A. Semenov},
  journal={Biofizika},
  year={1979},
  volume={24 6},
  pages={
          1043-7
        }
}
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