Cell Contents of Milk


BEING interested in the study of the cell contents of milk, I have investigated the colostrum bodies present in fresh human and cow's milk. I devised two methods of studying the milk cells: in wet films, staining the nuclei with methylene blue; and by dry films, staining with May Grunwald Giemsa. The smears were made from fresh milk, at the commencement of lactation, and some smears were made from the cells deposited after centrifuging.

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