Contraception research for today and the nineties: progress in birth control vaccines

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Springer-Verlag, 1988 - Health & Fitness - 401 pages
The inauguration of the new National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi, India, drew foremost investigators from all corners of the scientific community to discuss the timely topic "Contraception Research for Today and the " "Nineties." This volume contains the latest findings and the latest thinking on the following broad topics: - Population Control and Development - New Contraceptive Methods at Phase II, III, IV - Neuroendocrine Regulations - Immunobiology of Pregnancy - Birth Control Vaccines - Gamete Antigens - Basic Discussion of Fertility Control by Immunology

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