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Rapid staining and preservation of cells grown in plastic tissue culture flasks


, : Rapid staining and preservation of cells grown in plastic tissue culture flasks. Stain Technology 49(2): 105-107



Accession: 027266092

PMID: 4131584

DOI: 10.3109/10520297409116950

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