Polio Vaccine Manufactured 1956

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    Polio vaccine manufacture. Beckenham, Kent.

    CU of two girls cutting up monkeys' kidneys. CU of girl (head and hands). CU's virus processing room. CU flask container. CU girls draining off medium. MS infecting with virus. CU of bottle being infected. CU of face.

    CU's of cell suspension apparatus. CU of bottles in incubation room. MS girl examining the tube in safety test of tissue culture. CU girl's face and top of microscope.

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    British Pathé
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    Media URN:
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    2550.11
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    00:01:59:00
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    01:35:55:00 / 01:37:54:00
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    UN 2851 A
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    UN 2851 A
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