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Jean Pierre Soulier - bibliography

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French haematologist, born September 14, 1915, Étretat, département Seine-Maritime; died 2003.


  • J. P. Soulier and Jean Gueguen:
    Action hypoprothrombinémiante (anti-K) de la phényl-indanedione étudiee extérimentalement ches le lapin. Son application chez l'homme.
    Comptes rendus des séances de la Société de biologie et de ses filiales, Paris, 1947, 141: 1007-1011. Introduction of phenylidanedione. li>Jean-Pierre Soulier:
    Lautréamont, génie ou malade mental?
    Genève, librairie Droz, 1964. 2nd edition, 1978.
    On the strange and enigmatic French poet Comte de Lautréamont, a synonym for Isidore-Lucien Ducasse (1846-1870).
  • Jean-Pierre Soulier:
    L'énigme du Vivant. Préface de Jean Hamburger Editions Buchet-Chastel - Octobre 1987.

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