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Xingbo Yang


Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology and Department of Applied Physics


Harvard University


Northwest Lab Building
52 Oxford Street
Cambridge MA 02138





Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology and Department of Applied Physics


Harvard University


Northwest Lab Building
52 Oxford Street
Cambridge MA 02138



A coarse-grained NADH redox model enables inference of subcellular metabolic fluxes from fluorescence lifetime imaging


Journal article


Xingbo Yang, Gloria Ha, Daniel J Needleman
eLife, 10:e73808, 2021 Nov 22


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APA
Yang, X., Ha, G., & Needleman, D. J. (2021). A coarse-grained NADH redox model enables inference of subcellular metabolic fluxes from fluorescence lifetime imaging. ELife, (10:e73808).

Chicago/Turabian
Yang, Xingbo, Gloria Ha, and Daniel J Needleman. “A Coarse-Grained NADH Redox Model Enables Inference of Subcellular Metabolic Fluxes from Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging.” eLife, no. 10:e73808 (November 22, 2021).

MLA
Yang, Xingbo, et al. “A Coarse-Grained NADH Redox Model Enables Inference of Subcellular Metabolic Fluxes from Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging.” ELife, no. 10:e73808, Nov. 2021.


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