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Red blood cells moving through blood vessel (Digital) : Stock Photo
Red blood cells contain the pigment haemoglobin.Their principal function is to transport oxygen from the lungs to rest of the body, & carbon dioxide from the body back to the lungs for expulsion.

Red blood cells moving through blood vessel (Digital)

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Red blood cells contain the pigment haemoglobin.Their principal function is to transport oxygen from the lungs to rest of the body, & carbon dioxide from the body back to the lungs for expulsion.
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BD5693-001
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Adrian Neal
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The Image Bank
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4,780 x 3,528 px (15.93 x 11.76 in) - 300 dpi - 4.29 MB
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