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Response of Early Erythroid Precursors to Bleeding

Naturevolume 214pages355357 (1967) | Download Citation



The proliferation of morphologically unrecognized erythroid precursors in the rat increases shortly after bleeding.

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  1. Biophysics Department, Institute of Cancer Research, Surrey Branch, Belmont, Sutton, Surrey



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