The International Biotechnology Handbook
Euromonitor Publications, 1988 - Biotechnologie - 244 pages
A series of industry experts analyse various key aspects of the growth, development and current structure of the biotechnology industry and its prospects to the year 2000. .
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Chapter Two Industrial Applications
pharmaceuticals blood products vaccines diagnostics
Chapter Four The Biotechnology Industry in the USA
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