Protozoa

Dr Rob Harling ESA009 at ED.SAC.AC.UK
Fri Oct 6 05:26:13 EST 1995


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> From: Vigfrid Ness <vigfrid.ness at veths.no>
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> Hi
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> For bacteria one can order strains from ATCC and NCTC etc.
> My question is does there excist similar collections for protozoa????
> And if so how do I get in touch with them -address, fax etc.
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> Vigfrid N=E6ss
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I have no USA address, but for Europe you could try the Information 
Centre for European Culture Collections, Braunschweig, Germany,
tel 0531 61 8715/22

Rob Harling



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