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The effectiveness of glass beads for plating cell cultures

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The effectiveness of glass beads for plating cell cultures. / Hawkins, Michelle Sarah; Prusokas, Alidivinas; Nieduszynski, Conrad A; Retkute, Renata.

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Hawkins, MS, Prusokas, A, Nieduszynski, CA & Retkute, R 2018 'The effectiveness of glass beads for plating cell cultures'. https://doi.org/10.1101/241752

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Hawkins, M. S., Prusokas, A., Nieduszynski, C. A., & Retkute, R. (2018). The effectiveness of glass beads for plating cell cultures. https://doi.org/10.1101/241752

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Hawkins MS, Prusokas A, Nieduszynski CA, Retkute R. The effectiveness of glass beads for plating cell cultures. 2018 Jan 2. https://doi.org/10.1101/241752

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Hawkins, Michelle Sarah ; Prusokas, Alidivinas ; Nieduszynski, Conrad A ; Retkute, Renata. / The effectiveness of glass beads for plating cell cultures. 2018.

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