Abstract

A biological cell fusion technique is widely used for basic research and applications in biotechnology and cell biology. Up to now, biological, chemical, and physical fusion techniques have been studied and developed. Using these techniques, however, whole cell damage caused by some stimulations was unavoidable and a fusion of specific cells that are desired for particular purposes was not possible because of the collective treatment.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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