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Identification of mycoplasmas in cell culture by immunobinding with a conjugate of protein A and colloidal gold


, : Identification of mycoplasmas in cell culture by immunobinding with a conjugate of protein A and colloidal gold. Revista de Salud Animal 17(3): 291-294

Mycoplasma hyorhinis was distinguished from M. arginini and M. salivarium-M.hominis by using the colloidal gold conjugate in the immunobinding technique of H. Kotani & G.

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