Oct 10, 2014 · Reference values in human chemistry: effects of analytical and individual variations, food intake, drugs and toxics--applications in preventive medicine; proceedings of the second International Colloquium "Automatisation and Prospective Biology", Pont-à-Mousson, October 10-14 1972. Association recherche biochimique et pharmaceutique lorraine. Titles: Reference values in human chemistry; effects of analytical and individual variations, food intake, drugs and toxics - applications in preventive medicine. Editor: G. Siest. Reference Values in Human Chemistry: Effects of Analytical and Individual Variations. Food Intake, Drugs and Toxics - Applications in Preventive Medicine 2nd International Colloquium on Prospective Biology, Pont-a-Mousson, October 1972.
Siest, Reference Values in Human Chemistry, 1973, Buch, 978-3-8055-1622-8. Bücher schnell und portofrei. Jan 01, 2013 · Siest G, editor. Reference values in human chemistry. Effects of analytical and individual variations, food intake, drugs and toxics – Applications in preventive medicine. Proceedings of the Second International Colloquium “Automatisation and Prospective Biology”, Pont-à-Mousson, October 10–14, 1972. Basel: Karger, 1973:347. Google Scholar. Reference Values in Human Chemistry1st Edition Effects of Analytical and Individual Variations. Food Intake, Drugs and Toxics - Applications in Preventive. Biology, Pont-à-Mousson, October 1972 por G. Siest Hardcover, 347 Páginas, Publicado 1973 por S. Karger ISBN-13: 978-3-8055-1622-8, ISBN: 3-8055-1622-3.
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