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Viability and virulence of Babesia rodhaini eight years after cryogenic preservation with dimethyl sulfoxide


Veterinary Parasitology, 181: 71-73
Viability and virulence of Babesia rodhaini eight years after cryogenic preservation with dimethyl sulfoxide
Mouse blood infected with Babesia rodhaini and containing an equal volume of 4 M dimethyl sulfoxide was infective after storage at -196 degrees C for 8 years. The Babesia organisms were still able to cause lethal infections after prolonged low temperature storage.

Accession: 001507481

PMID: 4049729

DOI: 10.1016/0304-4017(85)90010-x

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