Protective Media Composition and Freezing Regimen Experimental Substantiation During Mycobacterium Avium Freeze-Drying
Keywords:mycobacteria, protective medium, concentration, temperature, freeze-drying, cultivation, viability
Probl Cryobiol Cryomed 2023; 33(2):139-143
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