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The effects of ACTH and cortisone in experimental haemolytic anaemias in guinea-pigs; studies on anaemias due to heterologous anti-red-cell-serum and on the anaemia of chronic lead poisoning



The effects of ACTH and cortisone in experimental haemolytic anaemias in guinea-pigs; studies on anaemias due to heterologous anti-red-cell-serum and on the anaemia of chronic lead poisoning



Scottish Medical Journal 3(6): 264-273




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