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John Freeman Loutit - bibliography

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British physician, born 1910.


  • J. F. Loutit, Patrick Loudon Mollison (1914-).
    Advantages of a disodium-citrate-glucose mixture as a blood preservative.

British Medical Journal, London, 1943, 2: 744-745.
This work made possible the storage of whole blood for up to three weeks.

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