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Journal: Blood
Blood (1970) 35 (1): 1–3.
Published: 1970
...James L. Tullis © 1970 by American Society of Hematology, Inc. 1970 William Dameshek, 1900-1969 P -i 1 H EMATOLOGISTS throughout the world were shocked to learn of the sudden death of William Dameshek on October 6, 1969. He died while undergoing open heart surgery in an attempt to repair...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1962) 20 (3): 344–354.
Published: 1962
...STANLEY WALLACH, M.D.; JOHN W. ZEMP, Lt., MSC, USN; JOHN A. CAVINS, Lt. Cdr., MC, USNR; LAWRENCE J. JENKINS, JR., Lt. (j.g.), MSC, USN; MONROE BETHEA, HMC, USN; LAWRENCE FRESHETTE, HM2, USN; LEWIS L. HAYNES, Capt., MC, USN; JAMES L. TULLIS, M.D. Cation flux and the extracellular and erythrocyte...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1960) 15 (4): 553–554.
Published: 1960
...JAMES L. TULLIS © 1960 by American Society of Hematology, Inc. 1960 Plenary Sessions I. Nucleonics II. Leukemia III. Anemia IV. Coagulation V. Ultracvtology afl(l Symposia 1. Hemocvtokinetics (Erythrokinet- ics, Leukokinetics, Thrombo- kinetics) 2. Etiology of Leukemia 3. I sletabolism...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1959) 14 (4): 456–475.
Published: 1959
...JAMES L. TULLIS; DOUGLAS M. SURGENOR; PHILIPPA BAUDANZA A method is described for the isolation and preservation of human blood platelets. Their use in a platelet bank after storage of up to two years is described. The practical advantages to the recipient include small administration volume...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1953) 8 (6): 563–575.
Published: 1953
...JAMES L. TULLIS, M.D. A method for the separation and preservation of leukocytes is presented and discussed. The significance of different methods for measurement of cell viability are delineated. © 1953 by American Society of Hematology, Inc. 1953 9 3 1953 15 3 1952...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1952) 7 (9): 891–896.
Published: 1952
...JAMES L. TULLIS, M.D. Methods and equipment for the separation of the formed elements of the blood are outlined and discussed. Selection of any given method should be predicated on the purposes for which the isolated cells are to be used. The technics vary from simple fractional sedimentation...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1952) 7 (8): 850–853.
Published: 1952
...JAMES L. TULLIS, M.D.; EUGENE G. ROCHOW, PH.D. Types of non-wettable surfaces and their means of application are outlined and discussed. © 1952 by American Society of Hematology, Inc. 1952 2 6 1952 15 3 1952 METHODS Non-Wettable Surfaces - By ,JAMES L. TULLIS, M.D. AND EUGENE G...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1954) 9 (1): 93–94.
Published: 1954
... of the ervthirot-vtt (Johums G. Gi bsots , 2nud ) , t IWi r l)r(-servat ioms (NIax St rumia anud Robert B . Pen nd I ) , 2tns(l t 1st-i r enzyme systems (Oiville F. Denistedt). Sectious \ is con(-erned with white cells, their role ins insnsunity, anid sonic aspects of their metabolisns (James L. Tullis, Claude...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1957) 12 (9): 822–828.
Published: 1957
... cells. These cells were obtained through the courtesy of I)r. James L. Tullis. The harvested white cells were resuspetsded to approximately 15,000 to 20,000 cells per cu. tism. in niodified Rimsger s solutiots, as previously described by Tullis. 2 Aliquots of 1 ml. of this suspelssion were placed itt...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1972) 39 (3): 451–452.
Published: 1972
..., Denis R. Trey, Charles Mitus, Wladyslaw J. Tullis, James L. Monette, Francis C. Tyler, William S. Morse, Bernard S. Ultman, John E. Nachman, Ralph L. Valentine, William Nathan, David C. Valeri, C. Robert Nowell, Peter C. Waldmann, Thomas A. Odell, Jr., Theodore T. Weiss, Harvey J. Oski, Frank A. Wells...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (2008) 111 (1): 11–15.
Published: 2008
... hematologist, then presiding over the 6th Congress of the ISH in Boston. Dr Dameshek, together with the medical book and journal publisher, Dr Henry Maurice Stratton, led the planning. The latter hosted a luncheon for 10 hematologists. Dr James L. Tullis, Professor of Medicine at the Harvard School of Medicine...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1987) 69 (2): 479–485.
Published: 1987
.... Sloand, Dianne M. Kenney, Francis C. Chao, Jack Lawler, and James L. Tullis Sixty-eight patients with malignant disease were divided into two groups based on the results of the platelet antithrombin test (PAT). The normal group had a PAT clotting time ranging from 21 .4 to 29.8 seconds, which...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1964) 23 (2): 263.
Published: 1964
... for by writing to Dr. James L. Tullis, International Society of Hematology, 386 Longwood Avenue, Bos- ton 15, Mass. Preference will be given to full-time investigators under the age of 35 whose income is not augmented by outside practice. The amount of the grant will be relatively small but helpful in charter...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1959) 14 (7): 892.
Published: 1959
... be not less than 200 nor ii ore than 300 words, and unaccompanied by illustrations. Three copies of the abstract, typewritten and double-spaced, should be sent to I)r. James L. Tullis, President, 281 South Street, Jamaica Plain 30, Mass. , prior to September 1 , 1959. Depending upon space limitations, al...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1951) 6 (4): 388.
Published: 1951
... to Transfuse Leukocytes. Austin S. \Veisberger 4. Studies on tise Preservation of White Blood Cells. .James L. Tullis Discussion will be infornial and everyone is invited to participate. Program Comnsit tee: Byron E. Hall Wayne Rundles Carl V. Moore ...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1978) 52 (2): 301–310.
Published: 1978
.... The success of this preservation, however, is assayed under physiologic conditions. In the present study, granulocytes were stored at various temperatures but their function was tested in a balanced salt solution at physiologic temperature and pH. More than 20 years ago James Tullis showed that granulocytes...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1959) 14 (7): 892–893.
Published: 1959
..., and unaccompanied by illustrations. Three copies of the abstract, typewritten and double-spaced, should be sent to I)r. James L. Tullis, President, 281 South Street, Jamaica Plain 30, Mass. , prior to September 1 , 1959. Depending upon space limitations, al)stracts subsequently may he 1)ublislwd in tli#{128...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1969) 34 (4): 561–566.
Published: 1969
... LEUKOCYTES FOR CLINICAL USE. James L. Tullis, Blood Research Institute, Boston, Massachusetts BLOOD CELL SEPARATION IN THE Doc. Dean Buckner, University of Washing- ton, Seattle, Washington PROCUREMENT OF GRANULOCYTES IN THE SUPPORTIVE CARE OF LEUKOPENIC PATIENTS. Robert G. Graw, Jr., Human Tumor Cell...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1977) 50 (6): 1039–1047.
Published: 1977
... rates, decreased occurrence of CNS lymphoma, and prolonged disease-free survival.24 ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors express appreciation to Dr. James Tullis, New England Deaconess Hospital, and Dr. Lowell Schnipper, Beth Israel Hospital, for referral of patients, and to the Clinical Center Nurses, Sidney...
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Journal: Blood
Blood (1960) 16 (2): 1211–1220.
Published: 1960
.... Das Gupta Oliver P. Jones Jan Waldenstr#{246}m CONGRESS VICE-PRESIDENT, VflIth CONGRESS Yoshio Mikamo SECRETARY GENERAL, EASTERN HEMI- 1220 INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF HEMATOLOGY SPHERE Shigeyasu Amano G. Math#{233} SECRETARY GENERAL, WESTERN HEM!- Organizing Committee SPHERE James L. Tullis CHAIRMAN...