Microarrays – new possibilities for detecting biological factors hazardous for humans and animals, and for use in environmental protection

Tomasz  Mirski, Michał  Bartoszcze, Agata  Bielawska-Drózd, Romuald  Gryko, Janusz  Kocik, Marcin  Niemcewicz, Krzysztof  Chomiczewski
Ann Agric Environ Med
2016; 23(1):30-36
ICID: 1196849
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