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This book is the recording of a series of biophysical experiments with human blood serum. The pattern of study throughout is a fixed one, called by the author "kinematic," as contrasted with "static." By "kinematic" the author means that the choice is made to measure biologic characteristics by securing many records on a single sample revealing the influence on those measurements of a series of different physical influences.
The recorded studies are highly technical and in the field of dermatology could be of some interest only to a serologist.
Studies in Biophysics: The Critical Temperature of Serum (56°). Arch Derm Syphilol. 1946;53(5):562. doi:10.1001/archderm.1946.01510340128019
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