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Referee's report by Charles James Martin, on a paper 'Water soluble lipoids which resemble lecithin in forming haemoglobins along with cobra venom' by J Cruickshank

Reference number: RR/20/29

Date: February 1913

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Sectional committee: Physiology

Not recommended for publication in Proceedings.

[Not published].

Endorsed on verso as received 3 February 1913.

Reference number
RR/20/29
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February 1913
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Standardised form (type C)
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2 pages
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Manuscript

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Charles James Martin

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Charles James Martin, Referee's report by Charles James Martin, on a paper 'Water soluble lipoids which resemble lecithin in forming haemoglobins along with cobra venom' by J Cruickshank, February 1913, RR/20/29, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_20_29/referees-report-by-charles-james-martin-on-a-paper-water-soluble-lipoids-which-resemble-lecithin-in-forming-haemoglobins-along-with-cobra-venom-by-j-cruickshank, accessed on 21 April 2024

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