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α-Keratin : Formation of the Natural Structural Hierarchy in Hair and Hair Care that Alters the Formation of α-Keratin and Healthy Hair Growth Polymer Morphology

@inproceedings{Nelson2006KeratinF,
  title={$\alpha$-Keratin : Formation of the Natural Structural Hierarchy in Hair and Hair Care that Alters the Formation of $\alpha$-Keratin and Healthy Hair Growth Polymer Morphology},
  author={T. Nelson},
  year={2006}
}

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