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The attributes and defects that characterize most published proceedings of postgraduate courses are exemplified in this volume as well. Although the subjects noted in the table of contents promise enlightenment in all aspects of coagulation, there is in fact a striking variation in the academic attitude and literary skill of the several contributors to the proceedings. The discussions of biochemical principles of fibrin formation (Blomback), interactions of soluble clotting factors (Denson, Hemker, and Hanahan), and the structure of individual clotting factors (Esnouf and Magnusson) are sophisticated considerations of highly specialized subjects of coagulation. On the other hand, the longest section
Human Blood Coagulation. Biochemistry, Clinical Investigation and Therapy.. Ann Intern Med. 1970;73:670. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-73-4-670_1
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