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CHEMICAL, CLINICAL, AND IMMUNOLOGICAL STUDIES ON THE PRODUCTS OF HUMAN PLASMA FRACTIONATION. I. THE CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PROTEIN FRACTIONS OF HUMAN PLASMA 12

Edwin J. Cohn, John L. Oncley, Laurence E. Strong, Walter L. Hughes, Jr. and S. Howard Armstrong, Jr.3


Department of Physical Chemistry, Harvard Medical School, Boston

3 Welch Fellow in Internal Medicine of the National Research Council, Member, Society of Fellows, Harvard University, during the first years of these investigations.

1 This work was originally supported by grants from the Rockefeller Foundation and from funds of Harvard University. It was aided early in 1941 by grants from the Committee on Medicine of the National Research Council, which included a grant from the American College of Physicians. Since August, 1941, it has been carried out under contract, recommended by the Committee on Medical Research, between the Office of Scientific Research and Development and Harvard University.

2 This paper is Number 13 in the series “Studies on Plasma Proteins” from the Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, on products developed by the Department of Physical Chemistry from blood collected by the American Red Cross.

Published July 1944

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