By Stefan H. E. Kaufmann, Bruce D. Walker
Offering the most recent details on preventive, diagnostic and healing features of tuberculosis and AIDS, this is often the one e-book to put a massive emphasis at the expanding coexistence of those life-threatening illnesses in individuals.
Edited through notable scientists within the box, this prepared reference is split into 3 major sections masking immunology and vaccination thoughts, medicinal drugs, and scientific issues.
well timed examining for microbiologists, virologists, bacteriologists, immunologists, and pathophysiologists, in addition to for the pharmaceutical and biotechnological industries.
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