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Ferritin in serum. Clinical and biochemical implications

The New England Journal of Medicine

May 1, 1975

A Jacobs, M Worwood

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Polyribosomes
Liver Dysfunction
Ion-Exchange Chromatography Procedure
Leukemia
Isoferritin
Erythrocytes
Reticuloendothelial System
Liver
Iron
Hodgkin Lymphoma, Lymphocyte Depletion
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Ferritin in serum. Clinical and biochemical implications

The New England Journal of Medicine

May 1, 1975

A Jacobs, M Worwood

PMID: 1090831

DOI: 10.1056/nejm197505012921805

Abstract

No abstract listed.

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Polyribosomes
Liver Dysfunction
Ion-Exchange Chromatography Procedure
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Isoferritin
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Reticuloendothelial System
Liver
Iron
Hodgkin Lymphoma, Lymphocyte Depletion
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