by Martin F. Chaplin, Christopher Bucke
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 1990
Number of pages: 280
This textbook provides a clear and authoritative guide to the principles and practice of the utilization of enzymes in biotechnology. Enzymes have increasingly important applications in the food and pharmaceutical industry, in medicine, and as biosensors.
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