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Brave New Biosensors

Bio/Technology volume 8, pages 729731 (1990) | Download Citation

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  1. John Lehmann is Associate Professor, Dept. of Mental Health Sciences, Hahnemann University, Broad and Vine Sts., Philadelphia, PA 19102-1192

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