2 edition of Technical meeting of counterparts on SEAMIC Data Exchange Program on infectious diseases found in the catalog.
Technical meeting of counterparts on SEAMIC Data Exchange Program on infectious diseases
SEAMIC Workshop. (14th 1986 Tokyo, Japan)
|Series||SEAMIC publication -- no. 53, Gastrointestinal infections in Southeast Asia -- 5.|
|Contributions||SEAMIC Data Exchange Program on Infectious Diseases., Southeast Asian Medical Information Center (International Medical Foundation of Japan)|
|LC Classifications||RC802 .S428 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 147 p. :|
|Number of Pages||147|
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In: Gastrointestinal infections in Southeast Asia (V): technical meeting of counterparts on SEAMIC data exchange program on infectious diseases, proceedings of the 14th SEAMIC Workshop Country of Publication: Japan Publisher: Tokyo, Japan, Southeast Asian Medical Information Center [SEAMIC], Author(s): SEAMIC Workshop,(14th: Tokyo Metropolitan Research Laboratory of Public Health); Southeast Asian Medical Information Center (International Medical Foundation of Japan) Title(s): Gastrointestinal infections in Southeast Asia (V): technical meeting of counterparts on SEAMIC Data Exchange Program on infectious diseases: proceedings of the 14th SEAMIC Workshop.
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