M. C. Nicholas C. Bethlenfalvay Lt. Col.

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Based on cytologic observations, redistribution of carbon monoxide (CO) between fresh or stored human erythrocytes has been shown not to occur presumably due to the high affinity of CO to hemoglobin. In contrast, pretreatment of fresh (but not stored) red cells with inosine resulted in rapid redistribution of CO between these cells. These experiments(More)
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