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Thromboplastic Activity of Red Cells

Naturevolume 192page882 (1961) | Download Citation



THE problem concerning the relationship of the thromboplastic activity of red cells to that of platelets which Inglis and Halliday1 have recently studied has, in part, been answered by the work of my associates and me.

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    Inglis, J. A., and Halliday, J. W., Nature, 191, 821 (1961).

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    Quick, A. J., Georgatsos, J. G., and Hussey, C. V., Amer. J. Med. Sci., 228, 207 (1954).

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  1. Department of Biochemistry, Marquette University School of Medicine, Milwaukee, 3, Wisconsin



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