Vaccination Strategies of Tropical Diseases
CRC Press, 31 aug 1989 - 320 pagina's
This work in the field of tropical medicine provides an in-depth review in the development of vaccines against some of the most debilitating tropical diseases. In this multi-contributed, three-part book, with clear and ample illustrations, the reader will gather useful data and guidance to further his study in the field.
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