A. I. Ringer

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I. Intraperitoneal injections of adrenalin into animals which are completely under the influence of phlorhizin and which are free from glycogen do not result in any extra elimination of sugar. This proves that adrenalin does not cause a conversion of fat into carbohydrates, as is maintained by Blum and by Eppinger, Falta and Rudinger. II. The high D:N ratio(More)
The prospect of transportation fuels produced on a large scale without the use of petroleum feedstock has received prominent attention in recent years, motivated by several potential economic, environmental, and geopolitical advantages. Among possible gasoline replacements, ethanol has been the focus of the greatest attention thus far, building on(More)
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