Blood sampling kit by Z. A. Kamel
Kamel, Z. A & World Health Organization. (1963). Blood sampling kit by Z. A. Kamel. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/65123
DescriptionDocuments : WHO/Mal/401 (WHO/Vector Control/44), WHO/Mal/402-404, WHO/Mal/405 (WHO/Vector Control/47), WHO/Mal/406, WHO/Mal/407 (WHO/Vector Control/49), WHO/Mal/408-409, WHO/Mal/410 (WHO/EBL/13), WHO/Mal/411, WHO/Mal/412 (WHO/EBL/14), WHO/Mal/413-414, WHO/Mal/415 (WHO/Vector Control/54) , bound in 1 vol
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