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Corrigendum to "Does anisotropy promote spatial uniformity of stent-delivered drug distribution in arterial tissue?" [Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer 90 (2015) 266-279]

McGinty, Sean and Wheel, Marcus and McKee, Sean and McCormick, Christopher (2016) Corrigendum to "Does anisotropy promote spatial uniformity of stent-delivered drug distribution in arterial tissue?" [Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer 90 (2015) 266-279]. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 96. pp. 699-702. ISSN 0017-9310

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