Rules and Tools in the Battle against Superbugs - A call for integrated strategies and enhanced international collaboration to promote antimicrobial drug development

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Rules and Tools in the Battle against Superbugs - A call for integrated strategies and enhanced international collaboration to promote antimicrobial drug development. / Minssen, Timo; Nordberg, Ana.

Infectious Diseases in the New Millennium: Legal and Ethical Challenges (2020). red. / Mark Eccleston-Turner; Iain Brassington. Springer, 2020. s. 111-136.

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Minssen, T & Nordberg, A 2020, Rules and Tools in the Battle against Superbugs - A call for integrated strategies and enhanced international collaboration to promote antimicrobial drug development. i M Eccleston-Turner & I Brassington (red), Infectious Diseases in the New Millennium: Legal and Ethical Challenges (2020). Springer, s. 111-136.

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Minssen, T., & Nordberg, A. (2020). Rules and Tools in the Battle against Superbugs - A call for integrated strategies and enhanced international collaboration to promote antimicrobial drug development. I M. Eccleston-Turner, & I. Brassington (red.), Infectious Diseases in the New Millennium: Legal and Ethical Challenges (2020) (s. 111-136). Springer.

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Minssen T, Nordberg A. Rules and Tools in the Battle against Superbugs - A call for integrated strategies and enhanced international collaboration to promote antimicrobial drug development. I Eccleston-Turner M, Brassington I, red., Infectious Diseases in the New Millennium: Legal and Ethical Challenges (2020). Springer. 2020. s. 111-136

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Minssen, Timo ; Nordberg, Ana. / Rules and Tools in the Battle against Superbugs - A call for integrated strategies and enhanced international collaboration to promote antimicrobial drug development. Infectious Diseases in the New Millennium: Legal and Ethical Challenges (2020). red. / Mark Eccleston-Turner ; Iain Brassington. Springer, 2020. s. 111-136

Bibtex

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