3 edition of The origins of modern biochemistry found in the catalog.
Papers of a conference entitled Symposium on the origins of modern biochemistry: a retrospect on proteins, held by The New York Academy of Sciences, May 31 - June 2, 1978.
|Statement||edited by P. R. Srinivasan, JosephS. Fruton, and John T. Edsall.|
|Series||Annals / New York Academy of Sciences -- 325, Annals -- 325.|
|Contributions||Edsall, John T. 1902-, Fruton, Joseph S. 1912-, Srinivasan, Parithychery R., 1927-, New York Academy of Sciences., Symposium on the Origins of Modern Biochemistry (New York : 1978)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||373|
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