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Fibronectin forms the most extensible biological fibers displaying switchable force-exposed cryptic binding sites
PNAS U.S.A. (2009)
  • E. Klotzsch
  • M. L Smith
  • Kristopher E Kubow, James Madison University
  • S. Muntwyler
  • W. C Little
  • F. Beyerle
  • D. Gourdon
  • B. J Nelson
  • V. Vogel
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Publication Date
2009
Citation Information
Klotzsch, E., Smith, M.L., Kubow, K.E., Muntwyler, S., Little, W.C., Beyerle, F., Gourdon, D., Nelson, B.J., and Vogel, V. (2009) Fibronectin forms the most extensible biological fibers displaying switchable force-exposed cryptic binding sites. PNAS U.S.A. 106(43):18267-18272.