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Use of Plastics for Suspension Culture Vessels

R. A. Cook, F. T. Counter and J. K. McColley
In Vitro
Vol. 9, No. 5 (Mar. - Apr., 1974), pp. 318-322
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4291757
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Use of Plastics for Suspension Culture Vessels
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Abstract

Plastic containers were found to facilitate the adaptation of a number of mammalian cell lines derived from normal tissues to growth in continuous suspension culture. Several different types of plastic materials were studied and a variety of culture vessels were designed.

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