The use of cryopreservation to develop a European scientific and biotechnological resource: the COBRA project.

John Day, Erica E Benson, Keith Harding, Bruce Knowles, Michael Idowu, David Bremner, S Watt, Lilia Santos, Fatima Santos, Thomas Friedl, Maike Lorenz, Alena Lukesova, Josef Elster, Jaromir Lukavský, Mike Herdman, Rosmarie Rippka, H Hédoin, Tony Hall

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBiological Resource Centres and Use of Microbes..
PublisherMUM, Minho, Portugal
Pages307-320
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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Day, J., Benson, E. E., Harding, K., Knowles, B., Idowu, M., Bremner, D., Watt, S., Santos, L., Santos, F., Friedl, T., Lorenz, M., Lukesova, A., Elster, J., Lukavský, J., Herdman, M., Rippka, R., Hédoin, H., & Hall, T. (2003). The use of cryopreservation to develop a European scientific and biotechnological resource: the COBRA project. In Biological Resource Centres and Use of Microbes.. (pp. 307-320). MUM, Minho, Portugal.