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Description:This image depicts one of the steps involved in the process to reconstitute frozen cell cultures. In this particular step, the technician was holding a cell culture vial that had been turned so that its contents, consisting of a pink-colored fluid, was being poured into a standard 100ml Pyrex beaker.
This image was used in a November, 1981, Governmental publication, which was published through the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and the Centers for Disease Control, as a CDC Lab Update; 81-125 in the organization’s “Continuing Education Series”, “Laboratory Training and Consultation Division, Virology Training Branch”. The specific article was entitled, “Reconstitution of Frozen Cells”, by Harold C. Ballew.
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Content Providers(s):CDC
Creation Date:1970
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CDC Organization
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