Thermal and Light Control of the Sol-Gel Phase Transition in Cholesterol-Based Organic Gels. Novel Helical Aggregation Modes as Detected by Circular Dichroism and Electron Microscopic Observation

@article{Murata1997ThermalAL,
  title={Thermal and Light Control of the Sol-Gel Phase Transition in Cholesterol-Based Organic Gels. Novel Helical Aggregation Modes as Detected by Circular Dichroism and Electron Microscopic Observation},
  author={Kazutaka Murata and M. Aoki and Tsuyoshi Suzuki and T. Harada and H. Kawabata and T. Komori and Fumio Ohseto and K. Ueda and S. Shinkai},
  journal={ChemInform},
  year={1997},
  volume={28}
}
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