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Default Investigation of the Interface in Silica-Encapsulated Liposomes by Combining Solid State NMR and First Principles Calculations

Investigation of the Interface in Silica-Encapsulated Liposomes by Combining Solid State NMR and First Principles Calculations

Nicolas Folliet, Claire Roiland, Sylvie Be?gu, Anne Aubert, Tzonka Mineva, Annick Goursot, Kaliaperumal Selvaraj, Luminita Duma, Frederik Tielens, Francesco Mauri, Guillaume Laurent, Christian Bonhomme, Christel Gervais, Florence Babonneau and Thierry Azai?s



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DOI: 10.1021/ja201002r




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