Medical Virology 9 – Ebook written by Luis M. De La Maza, Ellena M. Petersen. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
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eBook 53,54 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). Although we were expecting a progressive increase in awareness of the role played by viruses in different diseases, we did not expect the outbreak of a fatal disease that was going to shake the roots of our society.
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Medical Virology first appeared in 1970 and was immediately hailed as a classic. Throughout, the focus is on fundamental principles, mechanisms, and basic facts.
Although we were expecting a progressive increase in awareness of the role played by viruses in different diseases, we did not expect the outbreak of a fatal disease that was going to shake the roots of our society.
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Luis M. de la Maza Irvine, California Ellena M. Peterson March, 1991 v ACKNO~EDGEMENTS It would be impossible to single out all those individuals who helped us make this Symposium a reality, however, we would like to take this oppor tunity to express our appreciation for their efforts. Books related to Medical Virology 10.
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