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Archives of Pathology, Chicago

Archives of Pathology, Chicago This was consistent but not demonstra¬ with, conclusively tive SHC. In the SHC con¬ of, nonlipidotic specimens, centration between 0.6 was 0.1 and of mg/gm splenic tissue. Of one a those with had concentration of 0.3 FL, while the other six from to 2.7 The mg ranged 1.1 mg mg. alkanes were resolved by gas-liquid chromatography. Ci5-»8 alkanes were found in the extract as in min¬ spleen in A used printing the names of certain in¬ gray background journals eral but the O«-» fraction was less oil, proportionally that have dicates the abstracts been the the prepared authors of by abundant in the than in the and the difference white spleen oil, communications; a background indicates that the abstracts have been JAMA prepared the staff. by was more in cases with FL than in the nor¬ pronounced to factors mals. This difference be due several such may as SHC food or derivation of some from selective oxida¬ Archives of with tion of the alkanes of mineral oil. In Pathology, Chicago lower keeping an environmental factor rise of such as mineral oil was the the incidence of FL from nil between and splenic 1862 On the Human Leukemia Virus in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Archives of Pathology, Chicago

JAMA , Volume 199 (7) – Feb 13, 1967

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1967 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1967.03120070132044
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Abstract

This was consistent but not demonstra¬ with, conclusively tive SHC. In the SHC con¬ of, nonlipidotic specimens, centration between 0.6 was 0.1 and of mg/gm splenic tissue. Of one a those with had concentration of 0.3 FL, while the other six from to 2.7 The mg ranged 1.1 mg mg. alkanes were resolved by gas-liquid chromatography. Ci5-»8 alkanes were found in the extract as in min¬ spleen in A used printing the names of certain in¬ gray background journals eral but the O«-» fraction was less oil, proportionally that have dicates the abstracts been the the prepared authors of by abundant in the than in the and the difference white spleen oil, communications; a background indicates that the abstracts have been JAMA prepared the staff. by was more in cases with FL than in the nor¬ pronounced to factors mals. This difference be due several such may as SHC food or derivation of some from selective oxida¬ Archives of with tion of the alkanes of mineral oil. In Pathology, Chicago lower keeping an environmental factor rise of such as mineral oil was the the incidence of FL from nil between and splenic 1862 On the Human Leukemia Virus in

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Published: Feb 13, 1967

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