Lectin Blocking: New Strategies for the Prevention and Therapy of Tumor Metastasis and Infectious Diseases : Proceedings of the Intern. Symposium Otzenhausen, May 8-9, 1993
J. Beuth, Gerhard Pulverer
John Wiley & Sons Incorporated, 1994 - Communicable diseases - 171 pages
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