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Effect of Polyphloretin Phosphate on the Suspension Stability of Red Blood Corpuscles


POLYPHLORETIN phosphate belongs to a group of enzyme inhibitors of relatively high molecular weight synthesized a few years ago1. By phosphorylation of phloretin—the aglucon of phlorizin—with phosphorus oxychloride under specific conditions a polymerization reaction occurred leading to a presumably cross-linked high-weight polymer.

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FRIES, B. Effect of Polyphloretin Phosphate on the Suspension Stability of Red Blood Corpuscles. Nature 184, 62–63 (1959).

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