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Kasza, A ; Penke, B ; Frank, Z ; Bozso, Z ; Szegedi, V ; Hunya, A ; Nemeth, K ; Kozma, G ; Fulop, L
MOLECULES 22 : 11 Paper: 2007 , 28 p. (2017)
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