Functional 3-d Cellulose & Nitrocellulose Paper-based, Mulitplex Diagnostic Platforms without Coupling Agents

@inproceedings{Tageson2014Functional3C,
  title={Functional 3-d Cellulose & Nitrocellulose Paper-based, Mulitplex Diagnostic Platforms without Coupling Agents},
  author={Mackenzie Elizabeth Tageson},
  year={2014}
}
  • Mackenzie Elizabeth Tageson
  • Published 2014

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