Erythropoietic Effect of Plasma from Mice receiving Testosterone

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THE clinical effectiveness of testosterone in some previously refractory anaemias1–3 has aroused interest in its mechanism of action.

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FRIED, W., GURNEY, C. Erythropoietic Effect of Plasma from Mice receiving Testosterone. Nature 206, 1160–1161 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1038/2061160a0

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