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Biochemistry in Belgium

Nature volume 159, pages 617618 (03 May 1947) | Download Citation



THE relative scientific isolation of the enemy-occupied countries during the War has engendered a determined post-war effort on the part of research workers of such countries to use with the maximum efficiency opportunities to contact workers in other countries. The appearance of publications reviewing the work of the past seven years in as wide a manner as possible is one outcome of this determination.

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