Agglutination of platelets by a serum factor in the presence of EDTA
The platelets of a patient with reticulum-cell sarcoma were found to exhibit agglutination and cytopathic changes when her blood was treated with EDTA but not with other anticoagulants. Investigation showed that the phenomenon was caused by a serum factor that was probably an antibody.
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