N C Russell-Smith

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A technique is described by which leucocyte and platelet aggregation may be measured in 100 microliter (or less) of citrated whole blood. The blood is first diluted in a balanced salt solution and aggregation responses measured with an electronic aggregometer. Leucocytes may be aggregated with substances such as the chemotactic peptide f-met-leu-phe, and(More)
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