Polyethylene glycol-induced mammalian cell hybridization: effect of polyethylene glycol molecular weight and concentration.

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The effects of polyethylene glycol (PEG) molecular weight and concentration on mammalian cell hybridization were studied. The peak hybridization-inducing activity with all grades of PEG from 400-6000 was found to occur in the concentration range of 50-55%. However, changes in concentration were seen to have different quantitative effects with different… (More)

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@article{Davidson1976PolyethyleneGM, title={Polyethylene glycol-induced mammalian cell hybridization: effect of polyethylene glycol molecular weight and concentration.}, author={R. L. Davidson and Kerri A. O'Malley and Thoams Wheeler}, journal={Somatic cell genetics}, year={1976}, volume={2 3}, pages={271-80} }