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Viscoelastic properties of doxorubicin-treated HT-29 cancer cells by atomic force microscopy: the fractional Zener model as an optimal viscoelastic model for cells

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Title
Viscoelastic properties of doxorubicin-treated HT-29 cancer cells by atomic force microscopy: the fractional Zener model as an optimal viscoelastic model for cells
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Biomechanics & Modeling in Mechanobiology, November 2019
DOI 10.1007/s10237-019-01248-9
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Rodríguez-Nieto, Maricela, Mendoza-Flores, Priscila, García-Ortiz, David, Montes-de-Oca, Luis M., Mendoza-Villa, Marco, Barrón-González, Porfiria, Espinosa, Gabriel, Menchaca, Jorge Luis

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