Studies on plasma fractions from domestic livestock may lead to animal disease control
H. S. Cameron
California Agriculture 1(7):3-3. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v001n07p3a.
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Investigations of the effectiveness of plasma fractions obtained from the blood of domestic animals, in combatting certain infectious diseases of livestock are the logical extension of similar studies on human plasma during the war period.
H. S. Cameron is Associate Professor of Veterinary Science and Associates Veterinarian in the Experiment Station Davis.