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This e-book examines the heritage, business context, technique, analytical method, and know-how of metabolite id. It emphasizes the functions of metabolite identity in drug study. whereas basically a textbook, the publication additionally features as a complete connection with these within the undefined. The authors have labored heavily jointly and mix complementary backgrounds to carry technical and cultural information to this vitally important exercise whereas helping handle wishes inside academia and It additionally includes a number of challenge units following particular sections within the textual content.

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