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Pamphlets and Reprints. [series]
 
 1912
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The behavior of some hydantoin derivatives in metabolism: I. Hydantoin and ethyl hydantoate.
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The value of inulin as a foodstuff.
 
 1913
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The behavior of some hydantoin derivatives in metabolism: II. 2-Thiohydantoins.
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The reaction of some purine, pyrimidine, and hydantoin derivatives with the uric acid and phenol reagents of folin and denis.
 
 1914
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The influence of inulin on the output of glucose in phlorhizin diabetes.
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Studies on the synthesis of hippuric acid in the animal organism: I. The synthesis of hippuric acid in rabbits on a glycocoll-free diet.
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Studies in the synthesis of hippuric acid in the animal organism: II. The synthesis and rate of elimination of hippuric acid after benzoate ingestion in man.
 
 1915
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The behavior of some hydantoin derivatives in metabolism: III. Parabanic acid.
 
 1916
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A comparative study of the distribution of urea in the blood and tissues of certain vertebrates with especial reference to the hen.
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Changes in the urea content of blood and tissues of guinea pigs maintained on an exclusive oat diet.
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The metabolism of sulfur: I. The relative eliminations of sulfur and nitrogen in the dog in inanition and subsequent feeding.
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Studies in the synthesis of hippuric acid in the animal organism: III. The excretion of uric acid in man after ingestion of sodium benzoate.
 
 1917
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The metabolism of sulfur: II. The influence of small amounts of cystine on the balance of nitrogen in dogs maintained on a low protein diet.
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The phenol excretion of guinea-pigs maintained on an exclusive oat diet.
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A study of the normal metabolism of the guinea pig.
 
 1918
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The occurrence of lichenase in the digestive tract of invertebrates.
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Studies in uric acid metabolism: I. The influence of high protein diets on the endogenous uric acid elimination.
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Studies in uric acid metabolism: II. Proteins and amino-acids as factors in the stimulation of endogenous uric acid metabolism.
 
 1919
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The antiscorbutic value of the banana.
 
 1920
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Amino-acid synthesis in the animal organism. Can nor-leucine replace lysine for the nutritive requirements of the white rat?
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The metabolism of sulfur: III. The relation between the cystine content of protines and their efficiency in the maintenance of nitrogenous equilibrium in dogs.
 
 1921
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The action of nitrous acid on casein.
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Diet and sex as factors in the creatinuria of man.
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Lipase studies: I. The hydrolysis of the esters of some dicarboxylic acids by the lipase of the liver.
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Studies on the synthesis of hippuric acid in the animal organism: IV. A note on the synthesis of hippuric acid in the rabbit after exclusion of bile from the intestine.
 
 1922
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The hydrolysis of sucrose in the human stomach.
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The metabolism of sulfur: IV. The oxidation of cystine in the animal organism.
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The metabolism of sulfur: V. Cysteine as an intermediary product in the matabolism of cystine.
 
 1923
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Biochemical studies on allantoin: I. The influence of amino-acids on the excretion of allantoin by the rabbit.
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Lipase studies: II. A comparison of the hydrolysis of the esters of the dicarboxylic acids by the lipase of the liver.
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Studies in uric acid metabolism: III. The influence of fats and carbohydrates on the endogenous uric acid elimination.
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Studies in the synthesis of hippuric acid in the animal organism: V. The influence of amino-acids and related substances on the synthesis and rate of elimination of hippuric acid after the administration of benzoate.
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Studies in the synthesis of hippuric acid in the animal organism: VI. The influence of the protein of the diet on the synthesis and rate of elimination of hippuric acid after the administration of benzoates.
 
 1924
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Amino acid synthesis in the animal organism: The availability of some caproic acid derivatives for the synthesis of lysine.
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The metabolism of sulfur: VI. The oxidation of cystine in the animal organism, second paper.
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The metabolism of sulfur: VII. The oxidation of some sulfur compounds related to cystine in the animal organism. VIII. The behavior of thiophenol and thiocresol in the animal organism.
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A quantitative study of some organic constituents of the saliva.
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Some contributions of chemistry to the art and science of medicine.
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Sulfur metabolism.
 
 1925
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Insulin.
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The metabolism of sulfur: IX. The effect of repeated administration of small amounts of cystine.
 
 1926
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The influence of hydrazine and its derivatives on metabolism: I. The effect of substitution in the hydrazine molecule upon the hypoglycemic action of hydrazine.
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The influence of hydrazine and its derivatives on metabolism: II. Changes in the non-protein nitrogenous constituents of the blood and in the metabolism of injected glycine in hydrazine intoxication. III. The mechanism of hydrazine hypoglycemia.
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Lipase studies: III. The hydrolysis of the esters of the dicarboxylic acids by the lipase of the liver.
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The metabolism of sulfur: X. The determination of cystine in the urine.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XI. Can taurine replace cystine in the diet of the young white rat?
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The role of the inorganic elements in nutrition.
 
 1927
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The absorption and utilization of inulin as evidenced by glycogen formation in the white rat.
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The cystine content of hair and other epidermal tissues.
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The distribution of nitrogen in the blood and urine of the turtle (chrysemys pinta).
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The metabolism of sulfur: XII. The value or diglycyl-cystine, dialanyl-cystine, and dialanyl-cystine dianhydride for the nutritive requirements of the white rat.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XIII. The effect of elementary sulfur on the growth of the young white rat.
 
 1928
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Comparative studies of the metabolism of amino acids. I. Changes in the non-protein nitrogenous constituents of the blood following administration of amino acids.
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Occurrence of cystine in sweat of cystinurics.
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Physical development and the excretion of creatine and creatinine by women.
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Studies in the synthesis of hippuric acid in the animal organism: VII. A comparison of the rate of elimination of hippuric acid after the ingestion of sodium benzoate, benzyl alcohol, and benzyl esters of succinic acid.
 
 1929
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Comparative studies of the metabolsim of amino acids. II. The rate of absorption of amino acids from the gastrointestinal tract of the white rat.
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Exogenous arginine as the precursor of creatine in the dog.
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The formation of glycogen in the liver of the young white rat after the oral administration of glycerol.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XIV. A metabolic study of a case of cystinuria.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XV. The relation of the protein and cystine content of the diet to the growth of the hair in the white rat.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XVI. Dietary factors in relation to the chemical composition of the hair of the young white rat.
 
 1930
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The action of nitrous acid on casein. II.
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Comparative studies of the metabolism of amino acids: III. The formation of glycogen after oral administration of amino acids to white rats.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XVII. The rate of oxidation of ingested cystine in the organism of the rabbit.
 
 1931
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Comparative studies of the metabolism of the amino acids: IV. Phenylalanine and tyrosine.
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Cystinuria and tuberculosis.
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Glycogen formation in the white rat after oral administration of xylose.
 
 1932
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Comparative studies of the metabolism of the amino acids: V. The oxidation of phynylalanine and phenylpyruvic acid in the organism of the rabbit.
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The chemistry and metabolism of the compounds of sulfur.
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Cystinuria: a review of some recent investigations.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XVIII. The distribution of urinary sulfur in the rabbit after the administration of monobromobenzene.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XIX. The distribution of urinary sulfur in the dog after the oral administration of monobromobenzene as influenced by the character of the dietary protein and by the feeding of l-cystine and dl-methionine.
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The occurrence of cystinuria in healthy young men and women.
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Pentose metabolism: I. The rate of absorption of d-xylose and the formation of glycogen in the organism of the white rat after oral administration of d-xylose. II. The pentose content of the tissues of the white rat after the oral administration of d-xylose.
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The role of amino acids in the animal organism.
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The tyrosine content of cocoons of various species.
 
 1933
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The chemistry and metabolism of the compounds of sulfur.
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Glycogen formation after oral administration of mannitol to white rats.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XX. The rate of absorption of dl-methionine from the gastrointestinal tract of the white rat.
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Pentose metabolism: III. The rate of absorption of l-rhamnose and the formation of glycogen in the organism of the white rat after oral administration of l-rhamnose.
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Studies in the synthesis of hippuric aciod in the animal organism: VIII. Hydrazine intoxication and hippuric acid synthesis in the rabbit.
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Studies in the synthesis of hippuric acid in the animal organism: IX. A comparative study of the rate of synthesis and excretion of hippuric and phenaceturic acids by the rabbit.
 
 1934
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Comparative studies of the metabolism of amino acids: VI. The rate of absorption of leucine, valine, and their isomers from the gastrointestinal tract of the white rat.
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The effect of fasting, refeeding, and of variations in the cystine content of the diet on the composition of the tissue proteins of the white rat.
 
 1935
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The chemistry and metabolism of the compounds of sulfur.
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Editorial review: the chief sulfur compounds in nutrition.
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Some products of partial hydrolysis of silk fibroin.
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Specific rotation of cystine excreted in cystinuria.
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The utilization of inulin for growth by the young white rat.
 
 1936
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The metabolism of sulfur: XXIII. The influence of the ingestion of cystine, cysteine, and methionine on the excretion of cystine in cystinuria.1937
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Cystine in Normal and cystinuric human blood.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XXIV. The metabolism of taurine, cysteic acid, cystine, and of some peptides containing these amino acids.
 
 1938
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The amino acid content of cow and chimpanzee hair.
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Availability of dibenzoylcystine for growth of the young white rat.
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Comparative studies of the metabolism of the amino acids: VII. Experimental alcaptonuria in the white rat.
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The enzymatic digestion of wool.
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Excretion of homogentisic acid after oral administration of phenylalanine to alcaptonuric subjects.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XXV. Dietary methionine as a factor related to the growth and composition of the hair of the young white rat.
 
 1939
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Comparative studies of the metabolism of the amino acids: VIII. Glycine precursors. Availability of n-methylglycine, n,n-dimethylglycine, and betaine for the synthesis of hippuric acid by the rabbit.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XXVI. The metabolism of the betaine of cystine.
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Quantitative determination of selenium in tissues and feces.
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The retention and excretion of selenium after the administration of sodium selenite to white rats.
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The synthesis of dicholylcystine and cholylcysteic acid.
 
 1940
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Dietary protein and the toxicity of sodium selenite in the white rat.
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The excretion of volatile selenium compounds after the administration of sodium selenite to white rats.
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The metabolism of proteins and amino acids.
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Charles Wallis Edmunds.
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End products of nitrogen metabolism in animals.1941
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Comparative studies of the metabolism of the amino acids: IX. Glycine precursors. Availability of n-ethylglycine and glycolic acid for the synthesis of hippuric acid by the rabbit.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XXVII. The distribution of sulfur in the ultrafiltrates of blood plasma.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XXIX. S-carboxymethylcysteine.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XXX. Thiourea.
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The significance of the sulfur-containing amino acids in metabolism.
 
 1942
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Handbook of nutrition: II. Proteins in nutrition.
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The preparation of 4(5)-hydroxymethylimidazole.
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Urocanic acid and the intermediary metabolism of histidine in the rabbit.
 
 1943
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Experimental lathyrism in the white rat.
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The utilization of d-glucono--lactone by the organism of the young white rat.
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Trends in vitamin research.
 
 1944
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The composition of the tissue proteins of the rabbit as influenced by inanition and the hepatotoxic agents, hydrazine and phosphorus.
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Glucuronic acid synthesis and the glycogen content of the liver of the rat.
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The partition of urinary nitrogen after the oral administration of glutamic acid, pyrrolidonecarboxylic acid, proline, and hydroxyproline to rabbits.
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Russell Henry Chittenden, 1856-1943.
 
 1945
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The metabolism of trimethylacetic (pivalic) and tertiary butylacetic acid. New examples of conjugation with glucuronic acid.
 
 1946
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The metabolism of sulfur: XXXI. The distribution of urinary sulfur and the excretion of keto acids after the oral administration of some derivatives of cystine and methionine to the rabbit.
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The metabolism of sulfur: XXXII. Isocysteine.
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O Metabolismo Intermediario e o Papel Nutritivo dos Acidos Aminados Aromaticos e Sulfurados da Molecula Proteica.
 
 1947
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A comparative study of the metabolism of-alanine,-alanine, serine, and isoserine: I. Absorption from the gastrointestinal tract.
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A comparative study of the metabolism of-alanine,-alanine, serine, and isoserine: II. Glycogen content of the liver after oral administration of the amino acids.
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The metabolism of phenoxyacetic acid, its homologues, and some monochlorophenoxyacetic acids. New examples of oxidation.
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Nutrition.
 
 1948
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Alkaline phosphatase of the serum in experimental lathyrism of the white rat.
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The nutritive value of some legumes. Lathyrism in the rat. The sweet pea (lathyrus odoratus), lathyrus sativus, lathyrus cicera and some other species of lathyrus.
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The metabolism of p-aminosalicylic acid in the organism of the rabbit.
 
 1949
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Experimental lathyrism in the white rat and mouse.
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The metabolism of some branched chain aliphatic acids.
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The nitrogenous metabolism of the earthworm (lumbricus terrestris).
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Protein metabolism in disease.
 
 1950
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Amino acids of Bence-Jones protein.
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Biochemical studies on urokon (sodium 2, 4, 6-triiodo-3-acetylaminobenzoate), a new pyelographic medium.
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The metabolism of p-aminobenzoic acid in the rabbit.
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Niacin and the ability of cystine to augment deposition of liver fat.
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The nitrogenous metabolism of the earthworm (lumbricus terrestris): II. Arginase and urea synthesis.1951
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The histidine content of the urine in pregnancy.
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The supplemental value of cystine and methionine for low protein (casein) diets fed the young white rat.
 
 1952
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Experimental lathyrism. (19785)
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Fifty years of study of the role of protein in nutrition.
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Protein.
 
 1953
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Diet and the ergothioneine content of blood.
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Synthesis of hippuric acid and benzoyl glucuronide by the rabbit.
 
 Undated
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Biochemistry in the pharmacy curriculum--optional or required subject.
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Proteins in nutrition. Lewis, Howard Bishop, 1887-1954. Pamphlets and Reprints.