By Gregory S. Makowski
Volume 54 within the the world over acclaimed Advances in medical Chemistry comprises chapters submitted from prime specialists from academia and medical laboratory technology. Authors are from a various box of medical chemistry disciplines and diagnostics, starting from simple biochemical exploration to state of the art microarray technology.Leading specialists from academia and scientific laboratory technological know-how quantity emphasizes novel laboratory advances with software to scientific laboratory diagnostics and functional simple technological know-how experiences
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Advances in Clinical Chemistry, Vol. 54 by Gregory S. Makowski