Viruses: threshold of life

United States, 1967

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With the aid of complex instruments such as the ultra-centrifuge and the electron microscope, the use of tissue cultures and animal experimentation, we see how scientists in a modern virology laboratory explore the nature of viruses, how these viruses exist and how we can use this knowledge to improve our health and well-being.

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