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Characterizing Recombinant Proteins

Bio/Technology volume 9, pages 921924 (1991) | Download Citation


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  1. Michael J. Geisow is with Biodigm (U.K.), 64 Langdale Grove, Bingham, Nottinghamshire NG13 8SS, U.K.

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