Discovery and Assesment of New Target Sites for Anti-HIV Therapies

Publication: ResearchSound/Visual production (digital) – Annual report year: 2008

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Discovery and Assesment of New Target Sites for Anti-HIV Therapies. / Breward, Chris (Author); Heffernan, Jane (Author); Robert M., Miura (Author); Madras, Neal (Author); Ockendon, John (Author); Sørensen, Mads Peter (Author); Anderssen, Robert (Author); Melnik, Roderick (Author); McGuinness, Mark (Author); Qazi, Sanjive (Author).

2008. Fields-MITACS Industrial Problem-Solving Workshop, University of Toronto, Canada, 11-15 August, 2008., 01/01/08.

Publication: ResearchSound/Visual production (digital) – Annual report year: 2008

Harvard

Discovery and Assesment of New Target Sites for Anti-HIV Therapies, Breward, C, Heffernan, J, Robert M., M, Madras, N, Ockendon, J, Sørensen, MP, Anderssen, R, Melnik, R, McGuinness, M & Qazi, S Discovery and Assesment of New Target Sites for Anti-HIV Therapies. Sound/Visual production (digital).

APA

Breward, C., Heffernan, J., Robert M., M., Madras, N., Ockendon, J., Sørensen, M. P., ... Qazi, S. (2008). Discovery and Assesment of New Target Sites for Anti-HIV Therapies [Sound/Visual production (digital)]. Fields-MITACS Industrial Problem-Solving Workshop, University of Toronto, Canada, 11-15 August, 2008., 01/01/08

CBE

Breward C, Heffernan J, Robert M. M, Madras N, Ockendon J, Sørensen MP, Anderssen R, Melnik R, McGuinness M, Qazi S. 2008. Discovery and Assesment of New Target Sites for Anti-HIV Therapies. [Sound/Visual production (digital)]. Fields-MITACS Industrial Problem-Solving Workshop, University of Toronto, Canada, 11-15 August, 2008., 01/01/08

MLA

Breward, Chris et al. Discovery and Assesment of New Target Sites for Anti-HIV Therapies Sound/Visual production (digital). 2008. Fields-MITACS Industrial Problem-Solving Workshop, University of Toronto, Canada, 11-15 August, 2008., 01 Jan 2008

Vancouver

Breward C, Heffernan J, Robert M. M, Madras N, Ockendon J, Sørensen MP et al. Discovery and Assesment of New Target Sites for Anti-HIV Therapies. [Sound/Visual production (digital)]. 2008. Fields-MITACS Industrial Problem-Solving Workshop, University of Toronto, Canada, 11-15 August, 2008., 01/01/08

Author

Breward, Chris (Author); Heffernan, Jane (Author); Robert M., Miura (Author); Madras, Neal (Author); Ockendon, John (Author); Sørensen, Mads Peter (Author); Anderssen, Robert (Author); Melnik, Roderick (Author); McGuinness, Mark (Author); Qazi, Sanjive (Author) / Discovery and Assesment of New Target Sites for Anti-HIV Therapies.

2008. Fields-MITACS Industrial Problem-Solving Workshop, University of Toronto, Canada, 11-15 August, 2008., 01/01/08.

Publication: ResearchSound/Visual production (digital) – Annual report year: 2008

Bibtex

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