New Approaches to Identification of Micro-Organisms

New York: John Wiley and Sons. 1975. Hardcover small quarto with green dj; xxvi, b/w illustrations, 466 pages. Very light shelfwear on dust jacket edges and two miniscule rips on top edge of dust jacket. Spine label on dust jacket. Item #88810

"In this book microbiologists, bioengineers, and computer experts from 30 countries explore the lastest techniques used to detect and identify microbiological agents. The techniques described include those that have proved successful in diagnosing major communicable diseases as well as new methods useful in solving neglected health problems in developing countries." --front dj flap. || From the library of Dr. Donald A. Glaser, inventor of the bubble chamber, with owner stamp. Nobel Prize in Physics, 1961; Search keyword DGLSR to see dozens of volumes from The Glaser Collection.

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