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SCIENCE with a feathery coagulum. When the tube was moved, the coagulum separated from wall of the tube and settled t o the bottom, leaving the solution i n t h e tube perfectly clear. F u r t h e r exposure of 20 hours produced only one or two scarcely visible masses of coagul u m i n the clear solution above the coagulum a t t h e bottom of the tube. The solution cQntained, however, a n abundance of albumin which could be coagulated by heat. Experiments with Ox-serum.-The ser u m was prepareddoi:10.1126/science.37.940.25 pmid:17830605 fatcat:ipbqonbxsnfdppt5aplrytobea