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Chemical constitution and biological activity
W. A. Sexton
by E & F.N. Spon Ltd.
Written in English
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sexton, Wilfred Archibald. Chemical constitution and biological activity.
London, Spon, (OCoLC) Book: Chemical constitution and biological activity. + pp. Abstract: This book, now in its second edition, requires little endorsement for those who work in the biochemical field, and whose special interest may be by: The material of this book is the outgrowth of many sciences, and the success or failure of accomplishing the titular task of relating chemical constitution to biologic activity depends as much on the status of current knowledge in such wide fields as chemistry, biology and physics as it does on the ability of the author.
Chemical constitution and biological activity by Wilfred Archibald Sexton; 7 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Biochemistry.
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