Micro. CD-ROM

Dr Steven Liss sliss at ACS.RYERSON.CA
Thu Feb 6 15:46:15 EST 1997

Hyperclinic CD-ROM, Identibacter interactus, Microbes in Motion are 
available from Wm. C. Brown. 

Hope this helps.  ASM Newsletter has published reviews of several CD-ROM 
resources over the last year. You may wish to look there.

Steven N. Liss

 On 6 Feb 1997, 
Jeffrey Lee wrote:

> Hello everyone:
>      I am looking for a good Microbiology CD-ROM that my students can 
> use. I have seen several good Anatomy & Physiology CD-ROMs, but never one 
> for Micro., particularly general or Medical Microbiology. Any assistance 
> will be greatly appreciated.
> Jeff Lee
> Dr. Jeffrey N. Lee, Assistant Prof.               E-mail:lee at sol.essex.edu
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>                        - E. John and B. Taupin - 

Dr. Steven N. Liss, School of Chemical Engineering
Ryerson Polytechnic University, 350 Victoria St.,
Toronto, Ontario CANADA M5B 2K3
(Tel: 416-979-5000 ext.6357/Fax: 416-979-5044)
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