Structure-function relationships of proteolytic enzymes proceedings of the International Symposium, Copenhagen June 16-18, 1969. Edited by P. Desnuelle, H. Neurath [and] M. Ottesen.

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Sponsored by the International Union of Biochemistry. Includes bibliography.

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SeriesInternational Union of Biochemistry. Sponsored symposia, no. 37, I.U.B. symposium series -- v. 37
ContributionsDesnuelle, P., Neurath, Hans, 1909-2002, Ottesen, Martin, International Union of Biochemistry.
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Pagination309 p. illus. ;
Number of Pages309
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Open LibraryOL19158827M

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