INJURY OF THE SKIN
Annual progress rept., suppl., 1 Sep 1963-29 Feb 1964
ILLINOIS UNIV AT THE MEDICAL CENTER CHICAGO INST FOR TUBERCULOSIS RESEARCH
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Homogenates prepared in 96C saline are more consistently lethal than are homogenates prepared in 22C saline, and about 27 by weight more of the cold homogenates is required to produce death in mice. In general the treatments to which the homogenates were subjected gave results consistant with the idea that clot accelerating properties but with lethal capabilities can be isolated also indicates that thromboplastin is not the lethal compound in the homogenates.