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By Tanja Kostic, Patrick Butaye, Jacques Schrenzel

Written by means of top specialists within the box as a part of an interdisciplinary pan-European learn application funded via the ecu, this e-book presents a special and finished review of the way microarray know-how can be utilized in effectively monitoring the main hugely risky pathogens. a must have for public health and wellbeing organisations curious about bioterrorism in addition to all laboratories operating with BSL3 and/or BSL four brokers.

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