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A New Look on Biomineralization With X-ray Crystalline 3D Microscopy

  • Virginie Chamard (a1)
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[19] The author acknowledges funding from the French ANR (ANR-11-BS20-0005) and the European Research Council (ERC) for the European Union’s Horizon H2020 research and innovation programme grant agreement No 724881. ESRF is acknowledged for providing access to the source and beamlines. This article is largely based on Ref. [18], whose authors are warmly acknowledged. The author whishes to thank S.O. Hruszkewycz and A. Talneau, who have accompanied us in this field over the past years.
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