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Many years previously, biochemists had shown that if you took a piece of animal tissue, say from the liver, cut very thin slices from it with a razor blade and immersed them in a blood-warm bath containing a proper mix of salts and glucose, the slices would go on behaving biochemically much as if they were still in the living body from which they had been removed.
But then Robina was from a southern Fishhold and liked such blood-warming preparations.
Naismith extended his hand, felt it slide silkily off the bobble, felt the characteristic blood-warm heat - the reflection of his hand's thermal radiation.