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    • ABO Blood Type Identification and Forensic Science (1900-1960) 

      Harbison, Corey
      The use of blood in forensic analysis is a method for identifying individuals suspected of committing some kinds of crimes. Paul Uhlenhuth and Karl Landsteiner, two scientists working separately in Germany in the early ...
    • Exchange Transfusion for Jaundiced Newborns in the United States 

      Bradley, Arianna
      Exchange transfusion is the replacement of blood from newborn infants with elevated bilirubin level in their blood stream with donor blood containing normal bilirubin levels. Newborn infants that experience jaundice, the ...
    • Karl Landsteiner (1868-1943) 

      Harbison, Corey
      Karl Landsteiner studied blood types in Europe and in the United States in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Landsteiner won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1930 for detailing immunological ...