pair of Helmholtz coils with a radius of 445 mm each and a distance of 400 mmm placed perpendicular to the ground in the working zone of a confocal microscope on a non-magnetic carrier; dishes with cells located in the spherical exposure area with a radius of 10 mm in the centre of the microscope stage
Ministero dell'Ambiente e della Tutela del Territorio e del Mar (Ministry of Environment and Territory), Italy
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