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      Modelling Molecular Mechanisms: A Framework of Scientific Reasoning to Construct Molecular-Level Explanations for Cellular Behaviour

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                Journal
                Science & Education
                Sci & Educ
                Springer Nature
                0926-7220
                1573-1901
                January 2013
                August 14 2011
                January 2013
                : 22
                : 1
                : 93-118
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                10.1007/s11191-011-9379-7
                5393d0a0-7a83-472d-b87c-b8d8ca3f2791
                © 2013
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