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I forgot to ask this when the SVP meeting was being summarized by
Tom and Dr. Andrews(?). On the Schweitzer et. al talk on the
T.rex, was anything more mentioned on the purported "blood cells"
recovered from the lining of the medulary cavity of the femur?
When the MOR first put out a press release on this about a year
ago, it was stated that these possible "red blood cells" appear to
contain a "nucleus". Does MOR still think they have blood cells?
Bird's red blood cells have a nucleus, but some other higher
vertebrate's red blood cells lack a nucleus (such as our red blood
cells). If anyone out there has up-to-date journal references
or any other references on the occurrence of nuclei in red blood
cells of other taxa (such as crocodylians), I would be interested
in them. Thanks.