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Documentation of pharmaceutical technics for registration of a new drug preparations. Comparative examination between legislation of the most important European and non-European countries and proposal for a new common standard for the countries of the European Economic Community



Documentation of pharmaceutical technics for registration of a new drug preparations. Comparative examination between legislation of the most important European and non-European countries and proposal for a new common standard for the countries of the European Economic Community



Bollettino Chimico Farmaceutico 112(9): 557-564




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