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Some physico-chemical properties of mouse red cells and hemoglobin

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Hämoglobin und Erythrozyten von prä- und postnatal untersuchten Inzuchtmäusen verhalten sich, was verschiedene physikalisch-chemische Analysen betrifft, ähnlich. Die Existenz eines fötalen Hämoglobins konnte nicht bewiesen werden.

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This investigation was supported by a grant from the National Institutes of Health, P.H.S. C-4691.

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Meier, H. Some physico-chemical properties of mouse red cells and hemoglobin. Experientia 17, 215–216 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02160622

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