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Evolution of the concentration of Tobacco mosaic virus as a function of the biochemical constituents of the cell in the course of growth of Tobacco tissues cultured in vitro. Observations on the spectrophotometric dosage of Tobacco mosaic virus in Tobacco tissue cultures



Evolution of the concentration of Tobacco mosaic virus as a function of the biochemical constituents of the cell in the course of growth of Tobacco tissues cultured in vitro. Observations on the spectrophotometric dosage of Tobacco mosaic virus in Tobacco tissue cultures



C. R. Acad. Sci, Paris, 247: 21



In further studies at the Institut Pasteur, Paris, titration revealed a remarkable abundance of desoxyribonucleic acids, in comparison with other biochemical constituents, in cultures of 'habituated' tissues of P 19 de Bergerac tobacco on a 1/2-strength Knop's medium supplemented by 10-6 aneurin, cysteine chlorohydrate (10-5), 10 drops of Berthelot's solution, 3.5% saccharose, and 12 g. agar/1.

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