2007 journal article
Soft tissue and cellular preservation in vertebrate skeletal elements from the Cretaceous to the present
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B. Biological Sciences, 274(1607), 183–197.
By: M. Schweitzer, J. Wittmeyer & J. Horner
2005 journal article
Gender-specific reproductive tissue in ratites and Tyrannosaurus rex
Science, 308(5727), 1456–1460.
Preservation of bone collagen from the late cretaceous period studied by immunological techniques and atomic force microscopy
Langmuir, 21(8), 3584–3590.
By: R. Avci, M. Schweitzer, R. Boyd, J. Wittmeyer, F. Arce & J. Calvo
Soft-tissue vessels and cellular preservation in Tyrannosaurus rex
Science, 307(5717), 1952–1955.
By: M. Schweitzer, J. Wittmeyer, J. Horner & J. Toporski
2004 journal article
Comparison of antibody-antigen interactions on collagen measured by conventional immunological techniques and atomic force microscopy
Langmuir, 20(25), 11053–11063.
By: R. Avci, M. Schweitzer, R. Boyd, J. Wittmeyer, A. Steele, J. Toporski, W. Beech, F. Arce ...and 3 other authors, B. Spangler, K. Cole & D. McKay
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