Research Article| Volume 22, ISSUE 10, P998-1000, July 1937

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The correlation between red cell sedimentation rate and plasma proteins

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      The partial correlation coefficients between sedimentation rate and plasma proteins have been calculated for two series of data: those of Bendien and Snapper and of Davis. These correlations differ significantly from each other and also from those of Westergren, Theorell, and Widström.
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