I. M. Pimbley

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A simple micropropagation method is reported for Primula scotica, a rare plant, endemic to the North of Scotland. The technique involves the clonal proliferation of seed-derived plantlets on either hormone free tissue culture medium or on medium containing benzyl amino purine and indole acetic acid. Average multiplication rates of 4–6 were obtained for(More)
An HPLC method has been optimised to measure 8-hydroxy-2-deoxyguanosine (8OHdG) in DNA and germplasm with the objective of using the adduct as a marker of cryostorage stability. The encapsulation-dehydration cryopreservation protocol was adapted as a model system for assessing the formation of 8OHdG from alginate-encapsulated DNA of calf thymus (CT) and(More)
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