The Central Asian Supercourse to Increase Scientific Productivity

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Faina Linkov
Robert Guzman
Sean Soisson
Kyle E. Freese
Aamir H. Sheikh
Eugene Shubnikov
Ronald E. LaPorte



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Linkov, F., Guzman, R., Soisson, S., Freese, K. E., Sheikh, A. H., Shubnikov, E., & LaPorte, R. E. (2013). The Central Asian Supercourse to Increase Scientific Productivity. Central Asian Journal of Global Health, 2(1).


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