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Blood cells in meloid leukaemia stained with Ehrlich's triple stain, as seen under a microscope. Watercolour after Gulland and Goodall, 1912.

Goodall, Alexander, 1876-1941.
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[1912]

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[1912]

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1 painting : watercolour ; sheet 15.2 x 15.2 cm

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Wellcome Library no. 576956i

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