The Lipid Content of the White Blood Cells in Normal Young Women

  • Published 2003


During the course of a previous investigation (Boyd, 1931) it was noted that a moderate venisection rendered available sufficient white blood cells for lipid analysis by the micromethods of Bloor and his associates. At that time the phospholipid content of leucocytes was determined in four dogs, revealing a relatively high percentage, 710 mg. per cent, of… (More)


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