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In the article by Dr. Armand J. Quick of Milwaukee in The Journal, May 14, the directions for the preparation of the calcium chloride solution in the section on the quantitative determination of prothrombin (page 1659) should read as follows: Dissolve 1.10 Gm. of anhydrous chemically pure calcium chloride in 400 cc. of distilled water.
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