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Hemo-Protein (Brooks) - (Deuteroproteose) - 5 cc., Bio. 2050

Hemo-Protein (Brooks) - (Deuteroproteose) - 5 cc., Bio. 2050

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Description
The indications or uses for this product as provided by the manufacturer are:
A shattered, non-specific protein derived from the ox blood fibrin. For use in the treatment of infectious and allergic conditions when an increase in the polymorphonuclear white cells is desired.
A pamphlet provide by the manufacturer indicates that the product is "a new preparation for antigenic stimulation which does not produce untoward reactions." The pamphlet specifies that "a 10% solution is employed for intradermal, intravenous, intramuscular, or subcutaneous injection" and lists a large assortment of conditions for which the preparation is indicateded, including migraines, hay fever, colitis, and ulcer of the eye.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
biological
antigenic preparation, non-specific protein therapy
date made
ca 1939
maker
Parke, Davis and Company
place made
United States: Michigan, Detroit
Measurements
overall: 2 in x 1 in; x 5.08 cm x 2.54 cm
ID Number
MG.M-04857
catalog number
M-04857
accession number
154611
Credit Line
Gift of Parke, Davis & Company
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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