2 edition of Topley and Wilson"s Principles of bacteriology, virology, and immunity found in the catalog.
Topley and Wilson"s Principles of bacteriology, virology, and immunity
W. W. C. Topley
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Other titles||Parker, M. T.01 Principles of bacteriology, virology, and immunity.|
|Statement||general editors, Sir Graham Wilson, Sir Ashley Miles, M.T. Parker.|
|Contributions||Wilson, Graham S. Sir, 1895-, Miles, A. Ashley Sir, 1904-, Parker, M. T.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. :|
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