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Physiology and Pathology of Blood

Naturevolume 134pages705706 (1934) | Download Citation



THE active state of research on blood was well JL shown by the symposium held at Aberdeen on September 6 by Section I (Physiology) of the British Association. The four papers which were presented at the meeting ranged from matters of practical importance to medicine, such as the incidence of anaemia amongst the poor of Aberdeen, to problems ofat the momentpurely scientific interest such as the molecular weight of the blood pigment, haemoglobin, in different species; this short account of the discussion may well begin at the medical angle of the discussion, and travel gradually over to the more academic aspects.


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