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    1. Simon, L; Karim, MN
      Identification and control of dissolved oxygen in hybridoma cell culture in a shear sensitive environment

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    2. Takagi, M; Moriyama, T; Yoshida, T
      Effects of shifts up and down in osmotic pressure on production of tissue plasminogen activator by Chinese hamster ovary cells in suspension

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    3. Dowd, JE; Kwok, KE; Piret, JM
      Predictive modeling and loose-loop control for perfusion bioreactors

      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    4. Oh, SH; Miyazaki, M; Namba, M
      Development of a serum-free medium for a human immortalized fibroblast cell line (KMST-6/TNF) producing tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha) and growth inhibitory effects of its conditioned medium on malignant cells in culture

      IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-ANIMAL
    5. Altamirano, C; Cairo, JJ; Godia, F
      Decoupling cell growth and product formation in Chinese hamster ovary cells through metabolic control

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    6. Barnes, LM; Bentley, CM; Dickson, AJ
      Characterization of the stability of recombinant protein production in theGS-NS0 expression system

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    7. Kim, TK; Ryu, JS; Chung, JY; Kim, MS; Lee, GM
      Osmoprotective effect of glycine betaine on thrombopoietin production in hyperosmotic Chinese hamster ovary cell culture: Clonal variations

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    8. Dowd, JE; Kwok, KE; Piret, JM
      Increased t-PA yields using ultrafiltration of an inhibitory product from CHO fed-batch culture

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    9. Altamirano, C; Paredes, C; Cairo, JJ; Godia, F
      Improvement of CHO cell culture medium formulation: Simultaneous substitution of glucose and glutamine

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    10. Takagi, M; Ilias, M; Yoshida, T
      Selective retension of active cells employing low centrifugal force at themedium change during suspension culture of Chinese hamster ovary cells producing tPA

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    11. Sajc, L; Grubisic, D; Vunjak-Novakovic, G
      Bioreactors for plant engineering: an outlook for further research

      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    12. Barnabe, N; Butler, M
      The effect of glucose and glutamine on the intracellular nucleotide pool and oxygen uptake rate of a murine hybridoma

      CYTOTECHNOLOGY
    13. Cherlet, M; Marc, A
      Stimulation of monoclonal antibody production of hybridoma cells by butyrate: evaluation of a feeding strategy and characterization of cell behaviour

      CYTOTECHNOLOGY
    14. Datta, D; Kundu, PK; Biswas, S; Dasgupta, S; Bhinge, A; Chandran, V
      Effect of cationic amino acid, L-lysine and its polymers on the growth andsecretion of hybridoma cell line OKT-3

      HYBRIDOMA
    15. Park, HS; Kim, IH; Kim, IY; Kim, KH; Kim, HJ
      Expression of carbamoyl phosphate synthetase I and ornithine transcarbamoylase genes in Chinese hamster ovary dhfr-cells decreases accumulation of ammonium ion in culture media

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    16. Aybay, C; Imir, T
      Development of a rapid, single-step procedure using protein G affinity chromatography to deplete fetal calf serum of its IgG and to isolate murine IgG1 monoclonal antibodies from supernatants of hybridoma cells

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGICAL METHODS
    17. Ziola, B; Gee, L; Berg, NN; Lee, SY
      Serogroups of the beer spoilage bacterium Megasphaera cerevisiae correlatewith the molecular weight of the major EDTA-extractable surface protein

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    18. Ryu, JS; Kim, TK; Chung, JY; Lee, GM
      Osmoprotective effect of glycine betaine on foreign protein production in hyperosmotic recombinant Chinese hamster ovary cell cultures differs among cell lines

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    19. Ryll, T; Dutina, G; Reyes, A; Gunson, J; Krummen, L; Etcheverry, T
      Performance of small-scale CHO perfusion cultures using an acoustic cell filtration device for cell retention: Characterization of separation efficiency and impact of perfusion on product quality

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    20. Yang, M; Butler, M
      Effects of ammonia on CHO cell growth, erythropoietin production, and glycosylation

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    21. Lee, MS; Lee, GM
      Hyperosmotic pressure enhances immunoglobulin transcription rates and secretion rates of KR12H-2 transfectoma

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    22. Mercille, S; Johnson, M; Lanthier, S; Kamen, AA; Massie, B
      Understanding factors that limit the productivity of suspension-based perfusion cultures operated at high medium renewal rates

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    23. Dhir, S; Morrow, KJ; Rhinehart, RR; Wiesner, T
      Dynamic optimization of hybridoma growth in a fed-batch bioreactor

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    24. Zeng, AP; Deckwer, WD
      Model simulation and analysis of perfusion culture of mammalian cells at high cell density

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    25. Furukawa, K; Ohsuye, K
      Enhancement of productivity of recombinant alpha-amidating enzyme by low temperature culture

      CYTOTECHNOLOGY
    26. Paredes, C; Prats, E; Cairo, JJ; Azorin, F; Cornudella, L; Godia, F
      Modification of glucose and glutamine metabolism in hybridoma cells through metabolic engineering

      CYTOTECHNOLOGY
    27. Dutton, RL; Scharer, JM; Moo-Young, M
      Hybridoma growth and productivity: effects of conditioned medium and of inoculum size

      CYTOTECHNOLOGY
    28. Cherlet, M; Marc, A
      Hybridoma cell behaviour in continuous culture under hyperosmotic stress

      CYTOTECHNOLOGY
    29. Palacpac, NQ; Kimura, Y; Fujiyama, K; Yoshida, T; Seki, T
      Structures of N-linked oligosaccharides of glycoproteins from tobacco BY2 suspension cultured cells

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    30. Riley, MR; Muzzio, FJ; Reyes, SC
      Experimental and modeling studies of diffusion in immobilized cell systems- A review of recent literature and patents

      APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    31. Combes, RD
      New measures on animal experimentation in the UK will improve animal welfare and scientific research

      ATLA-ALTERNATIVES TO LABORATORY ANIMALS
    32. Rodrigues, MTA; Vilaca, PR; Garbuio, A; Takagi, M; Barbosa, S; Leo, P; Laignier, NS; Silva, AAP; Moro, AM
      Glucose uptake rate as a tool to estimate hybridoma growth in a packed bedbioreactor

      BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING
    33. Schwabe, JO; Portner, R; Markl, H
      Improving an on-line feeding strategy for fed-batch cultures of hybridoma cells by dialysis and 'Nutrient-Split'-feeding

      BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING
    34. Trebak, M; Chong, JM; Herlyn, D; Speicher, DW
      Efficient laboratory-scale production of monoclonal antibodies using membrane-based high-density cell culture technology

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGICAL METHODS
    35. RYU JS; LEE GM
      APPLICATION OF HYPOOSMOLAR MEDIUM TO FED-BATCH CULTURE OF HYBRIDOMA CELLS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF CULTURE LONGEVITY

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    36. Sanfeliu, A; Stephanopoulos, G
      Effect of glutamine limitation on the death of attached Chinese hamster ovary cells

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    37. Zanghi, JA; Fussenegger, M; Bailey, JE
      Serum protects protein-free competent Chinese hamster ovary cells against apoptosis induced by nutrient deprivation in batch culture

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    38. Mercille, S; Jolicoeur, P; Gervais, C; Paquette, D; Mosser, DD; Massie, B
      Dose-dependent reduction of apoptosis in nutrient-limited cultures of NS/0myeloma cells transfected with the E1B-19K adenoviral gene

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    39. Kaufmann, H; Mazur, X; Fussenegger, M; Bailey, JE
      Influence of low temperature on productivity, proteome and protein phosphorylation of CHO cells

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    40. Fann, CH; Guarna, MM; Kilburn, DG; Piret, JM
      Relationship between recombinant activated protein C secretion rates and mRNA levels in baby hamster kidney cells

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    41. Navratil, M; Sturdik, E
      Bioactive components in productions using immobilized biosystems

      BIOLOGIA
    42. CHERLET M; MARC A
      INTRACELLULAR PH MONITORING AS A TOOL FOR THE STUDY OF HYBRIDOMA CELLBEHAVIOR IN BATCH AND CONTINUOUS BIOREACTOR CULTURES

      Biotechnology progress
    43. ZENG AP; HU WS; DECKWER WD
      VARIATION OF STOICHIOMETRIC RATIOS AND THEIR CORRELATION FOR MONITORING AND CONTROL OF ANIMAL-CELL CULTURES

      Biotechnology progress
    44. FASSNACHT D; ROSSING S; FRANEK F; ALRUBEAI M; PORTNER R
      EFFECT OF BCL-2 EXPRESSION ON HYBRIDOMA CELL-GROWTH IN SERUM-SUPPLEMENTED, PROTEIN-FREE AND DILUTED MEDIA

      Cytotechnology
    45. DUTTON RL; SCHARER JM; MOOYOUNG M
      DESCRIPTIVE PARAMETER EVALUATION IN MAMMALIAN-CELL CULTURE

      Cytotechnology
    46. FURUKAWA K; OHSUYE K
      EFFECT OF CULTURE TEMPERATURE ON A RECOMBINANT CHO CELL-LINE PRODUCING A C-TERMINAL ALPHA-AMIDATING ENZYME

      Cytotechnology
    47. Woodside, SM; Bowen, BD; Piret, JM
      Mammalian cell retention devices for stirred perfusion bioreactors

      CYTOTECHNOLOGY
    48. LABECKI M; WEBER I; DUDAL Y; KOSKA J; PIRET JM; BOWEN BD
      HINDERED TRANSMEMBRANE PROTEIN-TRANSPORT IN HOLLOW-FIBER DEVICES

      Journal of membrane science
    49. Wu, JY; Ruan, Q; Lam, HYP
      Evaluation of spent medium recycle and nutrient feeding strategies for recombinant protein production in the insect cell-baculovirus process

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    50. VANDERPOL L; TRAMPER J
      SHEAR SENSITIVITY OF ANIMAL-CELLS FROM A CULTURE-MEDIUM PERSPECTIVE

      Trends in biotechnology
    51. PAREDES C; SANFELIU A; CARDENAS F; CAIRO JJ; GODIA F
      ESTIMATION OF THE INTRACELLULAR FLUXES FOR A HYBRIDOMA CELL-LINE BY MATERIAL BALANCES

      Enzyme and microbial technology
    52. CAIN SJ; CHAU PC
      TRANSITION-PROBABILITY CELL-CYCLE MODEL WITH PRODUCT FORMATION

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    53. ZENG AP; DECKWER WD; HU WS
      DETERMINANTS AND RATE LAWS OF GROWTH AND DEATH OF HYBRIDOMA CELLS IN CONTINUOUS-CULTURE

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    54. HU WS; AUNINS JG
      BARGE-SCALE MAMMALIAN-CELL CULTURE

      Current opinion in biotechnology
    55. MOORE A; MERCER J; DUTINA G; DONAHUE CJ; BAUER KD; MATHER JP; ETCHEVERRY T; RYLL T
      EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE SHIFT ON CELL-CYCLE, APOPTOSIS AND NUCLEOTIDE POOLS IN CHO CELL BATCH CULTURES

      Cytotechnology
    56. FRANEK F; SRAMKOVA K
      CELL SUICIDE IN STARVING HYBRIDOMA CULTURE - SURVIVAL-SIGNAL EFFECT OF SOME AMINO-ACIDS

      Cytotechnology
    57. RYSZCZUK A; EMBORG C
      EVALUATION OF MAMMALIAN FED-BATCH CULTIVATIONS BY 2 DIFFERENT MODELS

      Bioprocess engineering
    58. NAGARATHNAMMA; RAJAN MM; SURESHKUMAR GK
      APOPTOSIS EXTENT INCREASES IN HYBRIDOMA CULTURES WITH TEMPERATURE

      Biotechnology letters
    59. FASSNACHT D; ROSSING S; GHAUSSY N; PORTNER R
      INFLUENCE OF NONESSENTIAL AMINO-ACIDS ON APOPTOTIC AND NECROTIC DEATHOF MOUSE HYBRIDOMA CELLS IN BATCH CULTURES

      Biotechnology letters
    60. LEE YK; TEOH AP; YAP PK
      REGULATION OF GLUCOSE AND GLUTAMINE UPTAKE AND THE PRODUCTION OF MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY IN HYBRIDOMA CULTURES

      Enzyme and microbial technology
    61. KARAGEORGOS LE; ISAAC EL; BROOKS DA; RAVENSCROFT EM; DAVEY R; HOPWOOD JJ; MEIKLE PJ
      LYSOSOMAL BIOGENESIS IN LYSOSOMAL STORAGE DISORDERS

      Experimental cell research
    62. PORTNER R; ROSSING S; KOOP M; LUDEMANN I
      KINETIC-STUDIES ON HYBRIDOMA CELLS IMMOBILIZED IN FIXED-BED REACTORS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    63. CHUPPA S; TSAI YS; YOON S; SHACKLEFORD S; ROZALES C; BHAT R; TSAY G; MATANGUIHAN C; KONSTANTINOV K; NAVEH D
      FERMENTER TEMPERATURE AS A POOL FOR CONTROL OF HIGH-DENSITY PERFUSIONCULTURES OF MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    64. DANDULAKIS G; HERR JC; KIRWAN DJ
      EFFECT OF GROWTH-FACTORS AND ANTIGEN ON HYBRIDOMA CELL-CULTURE DYNAMICS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    65. VRIEZEN N; ROMEIN B; LUYBEN KCAM; VANDIJKEN JP
      EFFECTS OF GLUTAMINE SUPPLY ON GROWTH AND METABOLISM OF MAMMALIAN-CELLS IN CHEMOSTAT CULTURE

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    66. JAN DCH; PETCH DA; HUZEL N; BUTLER M
      THE EFFECT OF DISSOLVED-OXYGEN ON THE METABOLIC PROFILE OF A MURINE HYBRIDOMA GROWN IN SERUM-FREE MEDIUM IN CONTINUOUS-CULTURE

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    67. LAMBERT N; MERTEN OW
      EFFECT OF SERUM-FREE AND SERUM-CONTAINING MEDIUM ON CELLULAR-LEVELS OF ER-BASED PROTEINS IN VARIOUS MOUSE HYBRIDOMA CELL-LINES

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    68. MORRISON CJ; MCMASTER WR; PIRET JM
      DIFFERENTIAL STABILITY OF PROTEOLYTICALLY ACTIVE AND INACTIVE RECOMBINANT METALLOPROTEINASE IN CHINESE-HAMSTER OVARY CELLS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    69. ATHANASSAKIS I; AIFANTIS Y; RANELLA A; VASSILIADIS S
      PRODUCTION OF EMBRYOTOXIC IGG ANTIBODIES DURING IFN-GAMMA TREATMENT OF PREGNANT MICE

      American journal of reproductive immunology [1989]
    70. MARQUIS CP; BARFORD JP; HARBOUR C
      AMINO-ACID-METABOLISM DURING BATCH CULTURE OF A MURINE HYBRIDOMA, AFP-27

      Cytotechnology
    71. MARQUIS CP; BARFORD JP; HARBOUR C; FLETCHER A
      CARBOHYDRATE AND AMINO-ACID-METABOLISM DURING BATCH CULTURE OF A HUMAN LYMPHOBLASTOID CELL-LINE, BTSN6

      Cytotechnology
    72. SANDERSON CS; PHILLIPS PJ; BARFORD JP
      STRUCTURED MODELING OF ANIMAL-CELLS

      Cytotechnology
    73. FRANEK F; SRAMKOVA K
      CELL SUICIDE IN STARVING HYBRIDOMA CULTURE - SURVIVAL-SIGNAL EFFECT OF SOME AMINO-ACIDS

      Cytotechnology
    74. LUDEMANN I; PORTNER R; SCHAEFER C; SCHICK K; SRAMKOVA K; REHER K; NEUMAIER M; FRANEK F; MARKL H
      IMPROVEMENT OF THE CULTURE STABILITY OF NON-ANCHORAGE-DEPENDENT ANIMAL-CELLS GROWN IN SERUM-FREE MEDIA THROUGH IMMOBILIZATION

      Cytotechnology
    75. PORTNER R; SCHILLING A; LUDEMANN I; MARKL H
      HIGH-DENSITY FED-BATCH CULTURES FOR HYBRIDOMA CELLS PERFORMED WITH THE AID OF A KINETIC-MODEL

      Bioprocess engineering
    76. PORTNER R; SCHAFER T
      MODELING HYBRIDOMA CELL-GROWTH AND METABOLISM A COMPARISON OF SELECTED MODELS AND DATA

      Journal of biotechnology
    77. SCHNEIDER M; MARISON IW; VONSTOCKAR U
      THE IMPORTANCE OF AMMONIA IN MAMMALIAN-CELL CULTURE

      Journal of biotechnology
    78. SINGH RP; EMERY AN; ALRUBEAI M
      ENHANCEMENT OF SURVIVABILITY OF MAMMALIAN-CELLS BY OVEREXPRESSION OF THE APOPTOSIS-SUPPRESSOR GENE BCL-2

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    79. NADEAU I; GARNIER A; COTE J; MASSIE B; CHAVARIE C; KAMEN A
      IMPROVEMENT OF RECOMBINANT PROTEIN-PRODUCTION WITH THE HUMAN ADENOVIRUS 293S EXPRESSION SYSTEM USING FED-BATCH STRATEGIES/

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    80. BRENNER J; HULSER DF
      PRODUCTION OF TISSUE-PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR (TPA) IN 2-DIMENSIONALLY AND 3-DIMENSIONALLY GROWING CULTURES OF BOWES MELANOMA-CELLS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    81. DIMASI D; SWARTZ RW
      AN ENERGETICALLY STRUCTURED MODEL OF MAMMALIAN-CELL METABOLISM .1. MODEL DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION TO STEADY-STATE HYBRIDOMA CELL-GROWTH IN CONTINUOUS-CULTURE

      Biotechnology progress
    82. WANG J; HONDA H; WATANABE H; KOBAYASHI T
      ENHANCEMENT OF TPA PRODUCTION UNDER HYPEROXIC CONDITIONS BY BHK CELLSIN SERUM-FREE AND SERUM-CONTAINING CULTURES

      Journal of fermentation and bioengineering
    83. KIM SJ; HAN BK; LEE GM
      FEASIBILITY STUDY ON THE USE OF CALCIUM ALGINATE-ENTRAPPED HYBRIDOMA CELLS FOR IGM PRODUCTION

      Bioprocess engineering
    84. BOHMANN A; PORTNER R; MARKL H
      PERFORMANCE OF A MEMBRANE-DIALYSIS BIOREACTOR WITH A RADIAL-FLOW FIXED-BED FOR THE CULTIVATION OF A HYBRIDOMA CELL-LINE

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    85. CAPIAUMONT J; LEGRAND C; CARBONELL D; DOUSSET B; BELLEVILLE F; NABET P
      METHODS FOR REDUCING THE AMMONIA IN HYBRIDOMA CELL-CULTURES

      Journal of biotechnology
    86. MOREIRA JL; ALVES PM; FELICIANO AS; AUNINS JG; CARRONDO MJT
      SERUM-FREE AND SERUM-CONTAINING MEDIA FOR GROWTH OF SUSPENDED BHK AGGREGATES IN STIRRED VESSELS

      Enzyme and microbial technology
    87. FALKENBERG FW; WEICHERT H; KRANE M; BARTELS I; PALME M; NAGELS HO; FIEBIG H
      IN-VITRO PRODUCTION OF MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES IN HIGH-CONCENTRATION INA NEW AND EASY TO HANDLE MODULAR MINIFERMENTER

      Journal of immunological methods
    88. JASPERT R; GESKE T; TEICHMANN A; KASSNER YM; KRETZSCHMAR K; LAGESTEHR J
      LABORATORY-SCALE PRODUCTION OF MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES IN A TUMBLING CHAMBER

      Journal of immunological methods
    89. CHANG YHD; GRODZINSKY AJ; WANG DIC
      NUTRIENT ENRICHMENT AND IN-SITU WASTE REMOVAL THROUGH ELECTRICAL MEANS FOR HYBRIDOMA CULTURES

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    90. BROTHERTON JD; CHAU PC
      PROTEIN-FREE HUMAN-HUMAN HYBRIDOMA CULTURES IN AN INTERCALATED-SPIRALALTERNATE-DEAD-ENDED HOLLOW-FIBER BIOREACTOR

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    91. OH SKW; CHUA FKF; CHOO ABH
      INTRACELLULAR RESPONSES OF PRODUCTIVE HYBRIDOMAS SUBJECTED TO HIGH OSMOTIC-PRESSURE

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    92. LEE YK; YAP PK; TEOH AP
      CORRELATION BETWEEN STEADY-STATE CELL CONCENTRATION AND CELL-DEATH OFHYBRIDOMA CULTURES IN CHEMOSTAT

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    93. PATKAR AY; KOSKA J; TAYLOR DG; BOWEN BD; PIRET JM
      PROTEIN-TRANSPORT IN ULTRAFILTRATION HOLLOW-FIBER BIOREACTORS

      AIChE journal
    94. WANG J; HATA M; PARK YS; IIJIMA S; KOBAYASHI T
      EFFECTS OF DISSOLVED-OXYGEN CONCENTRATION ON ANCHORAGE-DEPENDENT ANIMAL-CELL GROWTH AND ERYTHROPOIETIN PRODUCTION

      Journal of fermentation and bioengineering
    95. XIE LZ; WANG DIC
      APPLICATIONS OF IMPROVED STOICHIOMETRIC MODEL IN MEDIUM DESIGN AND FED-BATCH CULTIVATION OF ANIMAL-CELLS IN BIOREACTOR

      Cytotechnology
    96. WEIDEMANN R; LUDWIG A; KRETZMER G
      LOW-TEMPERATURE CULTIVATION - A STEP TOWARDS PROCESS OPTIMIZATION

      Cytotechnology
    97. TZIAMPAZIS E; SAMBANIS A
      MODELING OF CELL-CULTURE PROCESSES

      Cytotechnology
    98. SHEN B; GREENFIELD P; REID S
      CALCIUM ALGINATE IMMOBILIZED HYBRIDOMAS GROWN USING A FLUIDIZED-BED PERFUSION SYSTEM WITH A PROTEIN-FREE MEDIUM

      Cytotechnology
    99. LUDEMANN I; PORTNER R; MARKL H
      EFFECT OF NH3 ON THE CELL-GROWTH OF A HYBRIDOMA CELL-LINE

      Cytotechnology
    100. KAMIHIRA M
      PRODUCTION AND SEPARATION OF USEFUL BIOLO GICAL SUBSTANCES IN ANIMAL-CELL CULTURE

      Seibutsu kogaku kaishi


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