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Emil Abderhalden: Defensive ferments of the animal organism (3rd edition)  wikidata:Q54801493 s:en:Index:Defensive Ferments of the Animal Organism (3rd edition).djvu 
author QS:P170,Q123557
J. O. Gavronsky, W. F. Lanchester
John Bale, Sons and Danielsson, Ltd.
Defensive ferments of the animal organism
Subtitle against substances out of harmony with the body, the blood-plasma and the cells; their demonstration, and their diagnostic significance for testing the functions of different organs
Edition 3rd enlarged edition
Object type version, edition, or translation
Genre non-fiction
"Literature": p. 215-242
Language English
Publication date 1914
publication_date QS:P577,+1914-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
institution QS:P195,Q500632
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Place of publication London
Authority control  OCLC: 10498307
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