C. Johnston

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From these observations there seemed to be little doubt that the follicular fluid of the ovary contains an active growth-stimulating substance and one capable of initiating an active digestion of a foreign fat, which might otherwise remain unabsorbed for an indefinite time in the tissues of these animals (2). We have not attempted to ascertain whether this(More)
Since there was no loss of bilirubin from the jejunal loop, and no loss of bilirubin when pigment was incubated with juice from the loop segment, or juice from the entire small intestine, it may be concluded that the intestinal juice per se has no effect in converting bilirubin to urobilin in a 2 hour period, and that in the jejunal loop there was no(More)
Eleven years have passed since Rous and McMaster (15) published their paper on the concentrating activity of the gall bladder. This contribution and subsequent ones by them and their associates renewed the interest of investigators in this organ. Two schools have developed, each with a different fundamental concept of gall bladder function. The one,(More)
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