Exploring the galaxy cluster-group transition regime at high redshifts - physical properties of two newly detected z > 1 systems

@article{vSuhada2011ExploringTG,
  title={Exploring the galaxy cluster-group transition regime at high redshifts - physical properties of two newly detected z > 1 systems},
  author={Robert vSuhada and Rene Fassbender and Alessandro Nastasi and Hans Bohringer and Arjen de Hoon and Daniele Pierini and J. S. Santos and Piero Rosati and Martin Muhlegger and Hern'an Quintana and Axel Schwope and Georg Lamer and Jan Kohnert and Gabriel W. Pratt},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2011},
  volume={530},
  pages={1-14}
}
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