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Abstract

A method for the cryopreservation of is described; for 26 strains the recovery on thawing was at least 30%. Methanol (10%, v/v) was the only effective cryo-protectant for freezing to, and thawing from, –196 °C, though the recovery of cells depended on the rates of cooling and warming.

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