Properties of Cystinotic Fibroblast-D98 Cell Hybrids studied by Somatic Cell Hybridization

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SINCE the discovery of somatic cell hybridization1 this technique has been used primarily for studies of formal genetics, cell differentiation, and cancer2. This study represents an attempt to use this technique to study a metabolic disease in which the primary defect is unknown.

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