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Microscope image referenced as "Human cartilage incubated with staph. [staphylococcus] cultures in broth (Lock)" Produced by the MRC Biophysics Research Unit Department of Biophysics, King's College London
- Martin, A. V.
- March 1952
- Part of
- King's College London Department of Biophysics
- Archives and manuscripts
- KCL Department of Biophysics: glass and acetate slides ('quarter plates', 'whole plates' and 'half plates') relating to the work of the Medical Research Council (MRC) Biophysics Research Unit (KCL Department of Biophysics from 1964)KDBP/1
- KCL Department of Biophysics: quarter plate series: slides of images relating to research conducted in the Biophysics Unit and subsequently Department of BiophysicsKDBP/1/1
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Produced by the MRC Biophysics Research Unit/Department of Biophysics, King's College London.
1 item Quarter Plate Glass Negatives
King's College London
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A digitised copy is held by the Wellcome Library as part of the Codebreakers: Makers of Modern Genetics programme.
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