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Schütz's Law and the Clotting of Blood

Nature volume 141, page 1057 (11 June 1938) | Download Citation

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IT seems worth while to point out a misunderstanding of Schutz's law, which has been found in works on blood clotting, and which has been accepted in reviews on this subject1,2.

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