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Blood could be screened so that people wouldn’t get that virus from a transfusion, but patients were still developing hepatitis.
Through a series of transfusion experiments, Alter determined that the infectious agent was transmitted through blood and was likely to be viral.
After Alter and his colleagues determined that an unknown virus was responsible for the bloodborne hepatitis they were observing in transfusion patients, Houghton, along with Choo and Kuo, sought to isolate the genetic sequence of the pathogen.
I felt blood pressure rising in me for the first time since my transfusion.
If our people has become weak, no transfusion of peasants will set it on its feet again; for their blood too, soon thins.
THE OLD WORLD IN THE NEWEDWARD ALSWORTH ROSS
It is as if, by some diabolical art, we had effected a transfusion and a blending together of the most subtle elements our blood.
PEPITA XIMENEZJUAN VALERA
In this we see that he anticipated our modern operation of transfusion.
This is practically akin to the transfusion of blood—except that it is on the psychic plane instead of the physical.
THE HUMAN AURASWAMI PANCHADASI
They are blinded by their class logic which sees only the differences, but not the unity, not the transfusion of all classes.
Still it is calculated to illustrate the dialectic transfusion of all names and things, of all subjects and predicates.

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