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Schulte HW. Early stages of vasculogenesis in the cat (fells domestica) with especial reference to the mesenchymal origin of endothelium. (1914) Memoirs of the Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology No. 3.

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This historic 1914 paper by Schulte describes early cat blood vessel development.

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