"Nanopores Structure in Electrospun Bacterial Cellulose"
written by Ligia Maria Manzine Costa, Gabriel Molina de Olyveira, Pierre Basmaji, Lauro Xavier Filho,
published by Journal of Biomaterials and Nanobiotechnology, Vol.3 No.1, 2012
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