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Information Resources for Adjuvants and Antibody Production: Comparisons and Alternative Technologies

1990 - 1998

Slightly Revised 2003

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Published by:                                                                                           Editors:

United States Department of Agriculture
                                       Cynthia Petrie Smith, M.S.
Agricultural Research Service                                                                     D'Anna Jensen, B.S.
National Agricultural Library                                                                      Tim Allen, M.S.
Animal Welfare Information Center                                                            Michael Kreger, M.S.
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Published in cooperation with the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.

Articles contributed by:

W.C. Hanly, University of Illinois, USA

B.Taylor Bennett, University of Illinois, USA
James E. Artwohl, University of Illinois, USA
Uwe Marx, University of Leipzig, Germany
M. Jim Embleton, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, UK
René Fischer, ETH-Zentrum, Switzerland
Franz P. Gruber, FFVFF, Switzerland
Ulrika Hansson, Swedish Fund for Research without Animal Experiments, Sweden
Joachim Heuer, ZEBET, Germany
Wim A. de Leeuw, Ministry of Public Health, Welfare and Sport, The Netherlands
Ton Logtenberg,, University Hospital Utrecht, The Netherlands
Wolfram Merz, INTEGRA Biosciences GmbH, Germany
Daniel Portetelle, Faculty of Agronomy, Gembloux, Belguim
John-Louis Romette, Université de la Méditerranée, France
Donald W. Straughan, FRAME, UK

Publication Information:

AWIC Resource Series, No. 3
Publication Date:  August 1997
Call Number:  aHV4701.A94 no.3
ISBN 0 900767 91 X

Cover photo provided by Cellco, Incorporated -- a cross-section of an artificial capillary (hollow fiber) cartridge filled with lymphocytes as seen under a scanning electron microscope. Cells are growing at a density of 108/ml. This is the type of growth seen with other lymphoid cell types (i.e. hybridoma).


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