PMID: 5909591Mar 25, 1966

Association between potassium concentration and serological type of sheep red blood cells

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B A Rasmusen, J G Hall

Abstract

When red blood cells from 115 sheep were classified for the presence or absence of antigenic factor M and for high (as opposed to low) potassium concentration levels, the cells of the 22 M-negative sheep were low in potassium.

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