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Chemical and genetic studies with poliovirus / by Gregory Austin Tannock
Bib ID 1531489
Format BookBook
Author
Tannock, Gregory Austin
 
Description [Canberra] : The Author, 1969 
iv, 169 leaves : diagrs. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Thesis (Ph.D.) - Australian National University.

Bibliography: leaves 157-169.

Subjects Poliomyelitis -- Research -- Australia.  |  Poliovirus.
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