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Why does alcohol cause the hemolysis of RBC in a large proportion?
I had today an experiment that we put 95% alcohol to the blood which made it completely transparent so hemolysis must have occurred. I started to think about the reasons. I think that this is because ...
Oct 11 '12 at 12:12
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