Promising plasmid DNA vector based on APTESmodified silica nanoparticles

Cheang, Tuck-yun; Bing Tang; An-wu Xu; Guang-qi Chang; Zuo-jun Hu; Wei-ling He; Zhou-hao Xing; Jian-bo Xu; Mian Wang; Shen-ming Wang
January 2012
International Journal of Nanomedicine;2012, Vol. 7, p1061
Academic Journal
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