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The use of tissue culture chamber slides in the fluorescent staining of virus infected cells

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Bather, R. The use of tissue culture chamber slides in the fluorescent staining of virus infected cells. Tca Manual 2, 479–481 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00918346

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Keywords

  • Tissue Culture
  • Infected Cell
  • Chamber Slide
  • Fluorescent Staining
  • Culture Chamber