By Philip T. Cagle (auth.), Timothy Craig Allen, Philip T. Cagle (eds.)
The Molecular Pathology Library sequence was once created to bridge the distance among conventional easy technological know-how textbooks in molecular biology and standard scientific textbooks for organ-specific ailments. simple ideas of Molecular Pathology is designed as a stand-alone publication to supply the pathologist, clinician or radiologist with a concise evaluate of the basic terminology, options and instruments of molecular biology which are utilized to the knowledge, prognosis and remedy of human ailments within the age of custom-made medicine.
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