Red Blood Cells Kept in the Livers of Sleeping Glassfrogs, Opening New Research Opportunities for Preventing Blood Clots – Rights History
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Red Blood Cells Kept in the Livers of Sleeping Glassfrogs, Opening New Research Opportunities for Preventing Blood Clots

According to recent findings, glass frogs, which are distinguished by their highly transparent muscles and undersides, carry out their “disappearing acts” by storing almost all of their red blood cells in their distinctively reflective livers.

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