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American Biotechnology Laboratory

American Biotechnology Laboratory is a tabloid publication distributed to subscribers in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. The subscribers are mainly bioanalytical chemists and life science research scientists employed in laboratories serving the biotechnology community. The editorial content provides complete coverage of the latest products for the life science marketplace, together with concise articles covering innovations in laboratory practice and applications of new instrumentation, apparatus, and related products.

American Biotechnology Laboratory - April, 1989 - Volume 7, Number 4; Cover photograph of DNA liquid crystals.

American Biotechnology Laboratory - March, 1990 - Volume 8, Number 4; Cover photograph of ascorbic acid from the Kaleidoscope collection.

American Biotechnology Laboratory - October, 1990 - News Edition; Cover photograph of high molecular weight cholesteric liquid crystalline DNA.

American Biotechnology Laboratory - May, 1991 - Volume 9, Number 4; Cover photograph a single DNA crystal.

American Biotechnology Laboratory - July, 1991 - Volume 9, Number 6; Cover photograph of glucose.

American Biotechnology Laboratory - March, 1992 - Volume 10, Number 3; Cover photographs of a SciAn computer image of a DNA molecule moving through a polyacrylamide gel.

American Biotechnology Laboratory - December, 1993 - Volume 11, Number 13; Cover photograph of Thiamine (vitamin B1).

American Biotechnology Laboratory - February, 1995 - Volume 13, Number 3; Cover photograph of dinosaur bone.

American Biotechnology Laboratory - January, 1996 - Volume 14, Number 1; Cover photograph of nemacure sulfone.


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