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The selection of Interferons as the second volume of Frontiers of Biology by A. Neuberger and E. L. Tatum could not be a more appropriate one, and the selection of N. B. Finter as editor of the book is equally appropriate. Interferon research has become one of the most active and rapidly advancing areas in biology since the discovery of interferon by Isaacs and Lindenmann in 1957, and there is a need at this time to have a detailed reference work on the subject. Since a critical review of some 600 references is no simple matter, Finter has invited seven
Frontiers of Biology. Volume 2. Interferons.. Ann Intern Med. 1967;66:819–820. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-66-4-819
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