Adaptation Biology and Medicine: Molecular basis
N. Takeda, K. B. Pandolf, P. K. Singal
Narosa Publishing House, Mar 30, 1999 - Medical - 411 pages
Based on selected presentations made at the V World Congress of the International Society for Adaptive Medicine held in Framingham, U.S.A., this volume includes several papers describing molecular, subcellular and organ biology adaptation, which will significantly enhance the therapeutic value of the phenomenon of adaptation.
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