By Helmut Schenkel-Brunner
This monograph covers the full box of blood staff serology, with its major emphasis at the chemical and biochemical foundation of blood workforce specificity. complete attention is given to molecular biology investigations, specifically to reports at the constitution of blood staff genes and the molecular organic foundation of alleles and infrequent blood workforce editions, wherein correct literature as much as the 12 months 2000 is roofed. The textual content is supplemented by means of quite a few illustrations and tables, and specified reference lists.
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