In Vitro Granulocyte Function - Journal of Clinical Investigation

Sep 19, 1983 - Pco2, and pH with an Instrumentation Laboratory, Inc. (Lexington,. MA) Blood Gas Machine, model 513. AAaPO2 was calculated by using the...

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