Biosensors and technical medicine index of modern authors and subjects, with guide for rapid research by Peter B. Zeiderhof

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StatementPeter B. Zeiderhof.
LC ClassificationsZ6675.I7 Z45 1994, R857.B54 Z45 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination171 [i.e. 136] leaves ;
Number of Pages171
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Open LibraryOL1107692M
ISBN 100788304429, 0788304437
LC Control Number94032971

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