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Attempts to determine the blood groups of aboriginal inhabitants of the Marianas and Hawaiian Islands by serological study of their bones
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|Title:||Attempts to determine the blood groups of aboriginal inhabitants of the Marianas and Hawaiian Islands by serological study of their bones|
|Authors:||Harris, Sarah Ellen Nye|
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|Abstract:||The scope of this present investigation involves determination of the blood groups of 165 individual skeletons from the Marianas and Hawaiian collections of the Bernice P. Bishop Museum, by using Candela's modification of the agglutination test (1939). It Is a complicated variation of the routine "agglutination” test used in|
grouping blood cells of living people. Also examines attempts to devise a new and simpler technique, based upon the principle of the "precipitation" test, well known to serologists, which has not been applied successfully as yet in the determination of blood groups of bones.
"References": leaves 35-37.
ii, 37 leaves tables
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