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Characterization of bovine oviduct epithelial cell monolayers cultured under serum-free conditions.

Bibliographic reference Van Langendonckt, Anne ; Vansteenbrugge, A. ; Dessy-Doizé, C ; Flechon, J E ; Charpigny, G ; et. al. Characterization of bovine oviduct epithelial cell monolayers cultured under serum-free conditions.. In: In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal, Vol. 31, no. 9, p. 664-70 (1995)
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