Workshop on Quality Assurance in the Microbiological Analysis of Food, Richmond, N.S.W., Australia, 24-28 June 1996 : report
World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Western Pacific. (1996). Workshop on Quality Assurance in the Microbiological Analysis of Food, Richmond, N.S.W., Australia, 24-28 June 1996 : report. Manila : WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/208700
Report series no. ; RS/96/GE/11(AUS)
Gov't Doc #(WP)EHE(T)ICP/EHH/001-E
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