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Cassava Cyanide Diseases & Neurolathyrism Newsletter

Cassava Cyanide Diseases & Neurolathyrism (CCDN) News is a six monthly print and online newsletter produced by the CCDN Network. Coordinated 

by Professor Fernand Lambein of Ghent University, it is a free worldwide network of >700 members and has an international expert editorial board and key country contacts in Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Indonesia, Mozambique and Nigeria. Over 700 individuals in a wide variety of disciplines from some 60 countries have engaged CCDN Network.

The latest newsletter (No 22, Dec 2013) summarises key research and reports and welcomes topical submissions of short articles and letters.

All newsletters are available at: http://www.ugent.be/we/genetics/ipbo/en/networking/ccdnn/newsletters.htm

For more information, contact Professor Fernand Lambein, CCDN Coordinator, Ghent University. Belgium, email: fernand.lambein@gmail.com

 

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Cassava Cyanide Diseases & Neurolathyrism Newsletter. Field Exchange 47, April 2014. p57. www.ennonline.net/fex/47/cassava

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