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Somatic cell hybridization (A monograph of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development) e-book

Author:

Richard L. Davidson,Felix de la Cruz

Language:

English

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Relationships

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Parenting

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1378 kb

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4.8

Publisher:

Raven Press; First edition (January 1, 1974)

Pages:

295

ISBN:

0911216758

Somatic cell hybridization (A monograph of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development) e-book

by Richard L. Davidson,Felix de la Cruz


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On the Beginningsof Somatic Cell Hybridization:BORISEPHRUSSaInd Chromosome Transplantation

On the Beginningsof Somatic Cell Hybridization:BORISEPHRUSSaInd Chromosome Transplantation. Doris T. Zallen and RichardM. Centerfor the Study of Science in Society, VirginiaPolytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia 24061. Hybrid cells can then be recognized by their ability to grow in clumps on top of the monolayer, from which they can be isolated and maintained in pure culture (DAV-IDSON and EPHRUSS1I 965).

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