A Micro-method for the Estimation of the Hydrogen Ion Concentration of Capillary Blood.

@article{Martin2005AMF,
  title={A Micro-method for the Estimation of the Hydrogen Ion Concentration of Capillary Blood.},
  author={Chris J. Martin and E H Lepper},
  journal={The Biochemical journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={20 1},
  pages={37-44}
}
THE method is, in principle, essentially that of Hawkins [1923], which in turn was a modification of that of Cullen [1922], using blood instead of plasma. Hawkins collected 0-25 cc. of blood from a vein in a graduated pipette, delivered it into neutralised saline containing indicator under paraffin, centrifuged down the red cells and matched the supernatant fluid against standard phosphates. Hollo and Weiss [1924] adopted a procedure similar to that of Hawkins but differing in some details. Our… CONTINUE READING