An Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine
Courier Corporation, 17 okt. 2012 - 272 sidor
Clear and penetrating presentation of the basic principles of scientific research from the great French physiologist whose contributions in the 19th century included the discovery of vasomotor nerves; nature of curare and other poisons in human body; functions of pancreatic juice in digestion; elucidation of glycogenic function of the liver.
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