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Physical Review E
Dynamic force spectroscopy is a well-established tool to study molecular recognition in a wide range of binding affinities on the single-molecule level. The theoretical interpretation of these data is still very challenging and the models describe the experimental data only partly. In this paper we reconsider the basic assumptions of the models on the basis of an experimental data set and propose an approach of analyzing and quantitatively evaluating dynamic force spectroscopy data on singledoi:10.1103/physreve.77.031912 pmid:18517427 fatcat:5x2bkuhi3rh4demtodoo4om2ii