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X-ray Microscopy and Spectroscopy Combine to Probe Selenium Biology.

  • Hugh H. Harris (a1), Melanie J. Ceko (a1), Claire M. Weekley (a1), Paul K. Witting (a2) and Raymond J Rodgers (a3)...
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