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By Gregory Makowski

ISBN-10: 0128001410

ISBN-13: 9780128001417

Volume 65 within the the world over acclaimed Advances in medical Chemistry comprises chapters authored through international popular medical laboratory scientists, physicians and study scientists. The serial provides the most recent and most recent applied sciences concerning the sphere of medical Chemistry and is the benchmark for novel analytical ways within the scientific laboratory.

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