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Investigation of the photochromic characteristics of riboflavine via the rapid spectrophotometer 176


, : Investigation of the photochromic characteristics of riboflavine via the rapid spectrophotometer 176. Vassileva-Popova, J G And E V Jensen (Ed ) Biophysical And Biochemical Information Transfer in Recognition; Proceedings Of The 2nd International Colloquium on Physical And Chemical Information Transfer in Regulation Of Reproduction And Aging, Oct 2-8, 1977, Varna, Bulgaria Xvii+875p Plenum Press: New York, N Y , Usa; London, England Illus P731-742


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