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[The megaloblastic anemias].
  • M. Wintrobe
  • Medicine
  • Il Policlinico. Sezione pratica
  • 4 June 1960
The inclusion in this volume of over 600 references indicates the thoroughness with which Dr. Herbert has reviewed the literature on the megaloblastic anemias. A student of these disorders, theExpand
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Leukokinetic studies. IV. The total blood, circulating and marginal granulocyte pools and the granulocyte turnover rate in normal subjects.
When granulocytes are labeled with diisopropyl-fluorophosphate (DFP32) and then returned to the circulation of the donor, the labeled granulocytes are distributed in a pool of cells which isExpand
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THE KINETICS OF GRANULOPOIESIS IN NORMAL MAN.
Present knowledge concerning the kinetics of granulopoiesis has been reviewed and quantitative data concerning granulokinetics in normal human subjects are presented. A. When granulocytes are labeledExpand
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COPPER METABOLISM IN NORMAL SUBJECTS.
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The anemia of infection. XVII. A review.
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Nitrogen mustard therapy; use of methyl-bis (beta-chloroethyl) amine hydrochloride and tris (beta-chloroethyl) amine hydrochloride for Hodgkin's disease, lymphosarcoma, leukemia and certain allied
In a recent report the historical aspects of the use of β-chloroethyl amines (halogenated alkyl amines, nitrogen mustards) in the treatment of certain diseases of the blood-forming organs wereExpand
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Studies on Copper Metabolism
Studies are described which deal with the metabolism of irons in swine made anemic by feeding a milk diet low in copper. Evidence is presented that in such animals there is (1) impaired ability toExpand
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Analytical Review: The Kinetics of Granulopoiesis in Normal Man
Present knowledge concerning the kinetics of granulopoiesis has been reviewed and quantitative data concerning granulokinetics in normal human subjects are presented. A. When granulocytes are labeledExpand
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Leukokinetic studies. III. The distribution of granulocytes in the blood of normal subjects.
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