On the possibility of transplanting lymphoblastoma at different intervals after the host's death
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Transplantation of cellular suspensions of lymphoblastoma, kept at 18°C is successful if performed not later than 60 hours after the host had died. The number of successful transplantations decline if performed 30 hours after the death of the host. No transplantation has ever been successful if made 75 hours after the host's death. Microscopic studies made of later transplantations revealed a large amount of detritus in the implanted tissue.
KeywordsPublic Health Microscopic Study Successful Transplantation Cellular Suspension
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