Bioactive Natural products part E by Atta-Ur-Rahman Atta-Ur-Rahman

By Atta-Ur-Rahman Atta-Ur-Rahman

Average items play an imperative and ongoing function in selling various features of clinical development, and lots of points of simple learn courses are in detail on the topic of normal items. the importance, for this reason, of the stories in common Product Chemistry sequence, edited via Professor Atta-ur-Rahman, can't be overvalued. This quantity, based on past volumes, offers us with state-of-the-art contributions of serious value.

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