By C. van Dijk (Eds.)
ANABIOTEC '92 all in favour of the additional integration of biotechnology and analytical chemistry. the result of this symposium truly verified significant development may be pronounced within the software of either traditional and new analytical options, the latter primarily according to typical analytical instruments reminiscent of biomolecules. the most issues lined in this assembly are fermentation tracking, chromatography, instrumental research, biosensors and bioanalysis
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