PMID: 13876400Sep 22, 1962Paper

Growth of a cloned strain of hamster kidney cells in suspended cultures and their susceptibility to the virus of foot-and-mouth disease



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Dec 1, 1961·Experimental Cell Research·L HAYFLICK, P S MOORHEAD

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