Although Biochimica et Biophysica Acta has consecutively numbered volumes, the publisher's web site divides the volumes into subject sections. To find citations that do not specify the subject section, use the TABs above to find links to the correct online location.
Chronological History of BBA and Its Sections
Current titles are in bold; dates are in parentheses.
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