Leslie Rowland Hill, B. E. Kirsop
Cambridge University Press, Jan 25, 1991 - Medical - 186 pages
This volume is a unique international compilation for biotechnologists of data on the sources and uses of bacterial cells. It provides details of the location and scope of major culture collections around the world holding bacteria; information on how to access their data; administration and safety issues; identification; culture and media recipes; preservation; patents; and specialist services and international organizations.
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Resource centres L R Hill K Komagata and R L Gherna
Information resources M I Krichevsky and H Sugawara
Administration and safety L R Hill and R L Gherma
Culture and maintenance L R Hill M Kocur and K
Patent protection for biotechnological inventions
1st pub according to claim Acronyms and World actinomycetes activities American Type Culture ampoules ATCC ATCC/PHS Class bacteria bacteriology biological biotechnology BT TYMNET Budapest Treaty catalogues Cell Cultures cell lines CODATA Collection of Microorganisms Committee cont countries Crespi culture collections Data Center number databases deposit depositor Electronic mail European Culture Collections Federation for Culture filing freeze-drying freezing fungi Fusarium graminearum gene genetic Hazard Group Holding Hybridoma IDA status identification Industrial invention Japan laboratory liquid nitrogen material Medical bacteriology methods microbiology microorganisms MIRCEN MSDN Mycobacterium National Collection Non-pathogenic bacteria obtained organisations organisms patent office patent protection pathogens plant plasmid preservation properties requirements resource centres Rhizobia Rhizobium Rickettsia scientific service collections species storage subculture suspension Table taxa taxonomic TELECOM GOLD Telex testing tion TYMNET Type Culture Collection users USSR viability viruses WFCC World Data Center yeasts