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Works translated from their author's native tongue generally suffer in the process. Kawai's monumental effort in partially translating his text from Japanese to English has suffered heavily in the process. The blame for this must lie largely with the publisher's editing staff, who seem to have made little effort to complete the transition. There are many startling misspellings and grammatical and format errors throughout the text.
Books attempting to organize this subject have been few, and fewer yet have been successful. Although this text must have been a boon to the specialists whose only language was Japanese, there are several
Clinical Aspects of the Plasma Proteins.. Ann Intern Med. 1974;81:574–575. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-81-4-574_3
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