Abstract

Two types of apparatus are described for the culture of bone marrow in vitro. The first, a macro method, is suited to the study of large amounts of bone marrow. The second, a micro method, allows observations of the development of individual cells.

Studies of erythropoiesis by these technics has allowed insight into production of erythrocytes. These data will be reported in a subsequent article.

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