The development of simple standard assay procedures for the characterization of snake venoms : including WHO international reference venoms / by R. D. G. Theakston and H. A. Reid
Theakston, R. D. G, Reid, H. A, World Health Organization. Biologicals Unit & WHO Expert Committee on Biological Standardization (1983 : Geneva, Switzerland). (1983). The development of simple standard assay procedures for the characterization of snake venoms : including WHO international reference venoms / by R. D. G. Theakston and H. A. Reid. World Health Organization. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/60279
Gov't Doc #WHO/BS/83.1403. Unpublished
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