Fair. Hardcover book, no dust jacket. Book is square. Binding is secure however book has been forced open and there is a partial split at one point in the book's center. Exterior shows heavy signs of wear which include edgewear and short tears at spine ends-the lower front being the worst. Previous owner's name in front and top page ends, and very occasional marks in margins noted inside.
Very Good + Book Scarce copy of this work from the Springer Series in Molecular Biology. Contents were generated in connection with a "Ribosome Conference" held at the University of Texas Marine Science Institute in Port Aranas in April of 1985 focused on "a detailed understanding of how proteins are formed on ribosomes in all living systems". Illustrated, 810 pages.
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