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Basel Institute for Immunology Annual Reports, 1972-1993 - $150

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Basel Institute for Immunology, Annual Reports, 1972-1993.

Annual Research Reports of the now defunct Basel Institute for Immunology (BII). BII was founded in 1969 by Hoffmann-La Roche in Basel, Switzerland. It began operation in 1971 and published these Annual Reports from 1972 until 1999. (I do not have 1994-1999.)

Over its lifetime, scientists at BII performed cutting edge research that was acknowledged with numerous awards, including three Nobel Prizes (Kohler, Jerne, Tonegawa).

BII was closed by Hoffmann-LaRoche in 2000. The campus is now the home of smaller biotech or pharmaceutical companies. For personal reminiscences of BII see Pubmed PMID 21521248, Scand. J. Immunology, 2011, 73(6), 505. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3083.2011.02552.x (Free Download).

Offered here are twenty two (22) Volumes, 1972-1993, complete. Like New condition. Thick, glossy covers with beautiful images and artwork. Annual general updates on the BII followed by research reports from the staff scientists, which were not always published in other journals.

ALSO INCLUDED: One issue of ISI's "Current Chemical Reactions" (1991, 13(5), Issue 149) and one issue of ISI's "Index Chemicus" (1991, 122(4), Issue 1440).

(ISI = Institute for Scientific Information which became the core of Web of Science.)

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