The Extraction of Lipids from the Red Blood Cells*

Abstract

In a previous communication (1) it has been shown that lipids may be completely extracted from blood plasma or serum without heat if diluted with 20 volumes or more of alcohol-ether. The maximum cold extraction of whole blood was found to require at least 30 volumes of solvent. No values for the red blood cells were reported at that time, because it was… (More)

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@inproceedings{Boyd2003TheEO, title={The Extraction of Lipids from the Red Blood Cells*}, author={Eldon M. Boyd}, year={2003} }