November 2004
Worldwide Biotech;Nov2004, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p3
Trade Publication
Highlights the report of Biosignal and the Institute for Eye Research (IER) Ltd. on the efficiency of the contact lenses with permanently attached furanones. Effect of the trial's outcome on the contact lens market; Pathogens in bacterial eye infections; Information on furanone; Profiles of Biosignal and IER.


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