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CLARK, WILLIAM A. (American Type Culture Collection, Washington, D. C.). Comparison of several methods for preserving bacteriophages. Appl. Microbiol. 10:466-471. 1962-A wide variety of bacteriophages were processed and stored under different conditions to compare methods for long-term preservation. Specimens were stored for 2 years at room temperature (24 to 28 C) and at 4 C as broth lysates in 50 % glycerol, dried, and freezedried. Titers determined after processing indicated that, of thedoi:10.1128/am.10.5.466-471.1962 fatcat:kk4vgjjh4ja4vajfjm5dipbdka