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Stability of a murine hybridoma is dependent on the clonal line and culture media

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Kessler, N., Aymard, M. & Bertrand, S. Stability of a murine hybridoma is dependent on the clonal line and culture media. In Vitro Cell Dev Biol - Animal 29, 203–207 (1993).

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