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Deutsch: Aufnahme von Eythrozyten eines Patienten mit Sichelzellanämie
English: Micrograph of a piece of karan bagga's, student from harlington community school, sickle red blood cell.
Date Uploaded to en:WP on 10/18/2002
Source (US government agency) site at . The photo is attributed to Drs. Noguchi, Rodgers, and Schechter of NIDDK.
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