Vaccinia, vaccination, vaccinology Jenner, Pasteur, and their successors by International Meeting on the History of Vaccinology (1995 Marnes-la Coquette, Hauts-de-Seine)

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Statementedited by Stanley A Plotkin, Bernadino Fantini.
ContributionsFantini, Bernardino., Jenner, Edward, 1749-1823., Pasteur, Louis, 1822-1895., Plotkin, Stanley A., 1932-
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LC ClassificationsQR189 .I546 1995
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Pagination379 p. :
Number of Pages379
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Open LibraryOL20018187M
ISBN 102906077836

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