Overview of the “Ionic Liquids meet Biomolecules” session at the 19th international IUPAB and 11th EBSA congress

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Benedetto, A., Galla, H. Overview of the “Ionic Liquids meet Biomolecules” session at the 19th international IUPAB and 11th EBSA congress. Biophys Rev 9, 279–281 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12551-017-0309-z

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