The nature of virus-like inclusions in human red blood cells
The author was unable to discover any difference in the erythrocytes of cancer patients and healthy persons by electron microscopic investigation.
Hemoglobin granules and slight defects similar to the formations revealed by Reagan in erythrocytes of patients suffering fron virus diseases were observed in the erythrocytic stroma of both healthy persons and cancer patients.
KeywordsPublic Health Cancer Patient Blood Cell Virus Disease Microscopic Investigation
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