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Description Tyrannosaurus rex femur (MOR 1125) from which demineralized matrix (insets; bars, 20 µm) and peptides were obtained. Courtesy Museum of the Rockies.
Date 2011
Author James D. San Antonio1*, Mary H. Schweitzer2,3,4, Shane T. Jensen5, Raghu Kalluri6,7, Michael Buckley8,9, Joseph P. R. O. Orgel10*
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