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Old 03-02-2010, 03:23 PM   #95
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Don't suppose anyone could e-mail Oxford University Press and ask them to make 'The Surprising Archaea: Discovering a New Domain of Life' by John L. Howland, it's now out of print and was published in 2000, ISBN 9780195111835. Was watching the Horizon episode 'Why do Viruses Kill?' and archaea popped up and sounded interesting. I've e-mailed them, hopefully if enough people do then they'll make it available. I thought about e-mailing the author but as far as I can tell John L. Howland passed away October 18th 2009, if it's the same John L. Howland that was a Professor of Natural Sciences and Professor of Biology and Biochemistry Emeritus at Bowdoin College.
Has anybody got any recommendations for ebooks about virology, bacteriology or medicine? Has anyone read Killer Germs by Barry and David Zimmerman?

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