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The Origin and Destiny of Cholesterol in the Animal Organism. Part III.-The Absorption of Cholesterol from the Food and Its Appearance in the Blood
In his 'Text-Book of Physiology’ Schafer has suggested that the constant presence of lecithin and cholesterol in the bile may well be associated with the destruction of the red blood corpuscles which… Expand
190. Lanosterol. Part V. Hydrogenation of the inert double bond in lanosterol derivatives
The methods of cellulose chemistry including methods for the investigation of substances associated with cellulose in plant tissues.
- C. Dorée
The origin and destiny of cholesterol in the animal organism. Part II. -The excretion of cholesterol by the dog
In an earlier paper of this series the results of a number of estimations of the cholesterol content of the faeces of a dogs fed on a variety of diets—animal and vegetable—were described. It was… Expand
The origin and destiny of cholesterol in the animal organism. Part I. -On the so-called hippocoprosterol
Since the discovery of cholesterol by Conradi in 1755, and its analysis by Chevreul in 1815, it has been found to be very widely distributed in the animal and in isomeric forms in the vegetable… Expand
LXXVI.—The action of ozone on cellulose. Part III. Action on beech wood (lignocellulose)