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New Releases from Wiley MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOPHYSICS. Meyer B. Jackson. Cambridge University Press. This selection marks an outstanding addition to the field of biophysics, premised on both molecular and … Continue reading

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John Aiello On The Textbook Debate New Releases From Cengage New This Term From Elsevier New Releases from Informa: The Informa Healthcare Model New Releases from McGraw-Hill New Releases from Saunders … Continue reading

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New Releases from Cengage New Releases from Springer NUTRITION & DIET THERAPY. 12th Edition. Ruth Roth. Kathy Wehrle. Cengage. Written primarily for the Licensed Practical Nurse and the Licensed Vocational … Continue reading

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The Best From Saunders’ 2013 Shelf New Releases from Elsevier in Language and Medicine New Releases from Springer in Medicine New Releases from Wiley & Sons in Science From the … Continue reading

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