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Origin of the Blood Monocyte.

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ByBLOOM WILLIAM.  (Proc. Exper. Biol. and Med.. , January, 1928; , p. 244.).


Ann Intern Med. 1928;1(8):627. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-1-8-627_1
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The monocytes of the blood were studied in normal rabbits as well as those in which a monocytosis was produced by intravenous injections of india ink, lithium carmine and saccharated iron, and by infecting the rabbith with B. monocytogenes recently isolated by Murray, Webb and Swan. Some of the infected rabbits were also injected with lithium carmine, while others were splenectomized. Two of the latter were slowly injected with one quarter of a cc. of Higgins' india ink in a branch of the portal vein, so that the carbon would accumulate in the endothelial cells of the liver sinusoids. Great

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