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May 25, 1929

L'individualité du sang en biologie, en clinique et en médecine légale.

JAMA. 1929;92(21):1787-1788. doi:10.1001/jama.1929.02700470063036

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This treatise first appeared in Italian in 1923; it was translated into German two years later, and this edition in French is a revision amplified from the rapid developments that have taken place recently. The bibliography of what is commonly referred to by physicians as blood grouping has more than doubled in the last three years. The references at the end of this volume cover fifty-four pages and number more than 1,300. There is also a separate author index. Lattes is a well known authority in this special field of hematology. His articles have appeared in Italian, French, German and American journals since 1913. He also wrote Methoden zur Feststellung der Individualität des Blutes, for the Abderhalden handbook. The work under review is consequently a worthy companion piece for Konstitutionserologie und Blutgruppenforschung, by L. Hirszfeld, which appeared last year. Following an introduction, the chapters are on normal reactions, heredity and

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