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DISTRIBUTION OF ASCORBIC ACID, METABOLITES AND ANALOGUES IN MAN AND ANIMALS
  • D. Hornig
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 September 1975
One of the earliest attempts to gauge the involvement of ascorbic acid (AA) in the overall metabolism was thc determination of its distribution in thc tissues. A thorough knowledge of its occurrenceExpand
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On the requirements of ascorbic acid in man: steady-state turnover and body pool in smokers.
The time course of radioactivity in plasma and urine after oral administration of a single dose of (1-14 C) ascorbic acid has been followed in healthy male volunteers smoking more than 20 cigarettesExpand
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Na+-dependent, potential-sensitive L-ascorbate transport across brush border membrane vesicles from kidney cortex.
l-Ascorbate is taken up into brush border vesicles from kidney cortex of rat, rabbit and guinea pig by an efficient, Na+-dependent and potential-sensitive transport process. This uptake showsExpand
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Urinary oxalate excretion after large intakes of ascorbic acid in man.
The influence of high dose intake of ascorbic acid on the urinary excretion of oxalate was investigated in five healthy male volunteers. Oxalate was measured by a newly developed specific methodExpand
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Metabolism of ascorbic acid.
  • D. Hornig
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • World review of nutrition and dietetics
  • 1975
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Phlegmonous gastritis after Indian ink marking.
A report is presented on a case of phlegmonous gastritis following gastroscopic Indian ink injection into the mucosa of the stomach in a 60-year-old woman patient wih early gastric carcinoma. TheExpand
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Essential Role of Vitamin C and Zinc in Child Immunity and Health
With the progressive elimination of dietary protein-energy deficits, deficiencies of micronutrients are emerging as the limiting factors in ensuring children's optimal health. Data from severalExpand
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[Cerebrospinal fluid and plasma levels of vitamin C in children].
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) levels in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and plasma from 67 children, in whom lumbar puncture had to be performed for medical reasons, are reported in this preliminary paper. 14Expand
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Adequate Dosing of Micronutrients for Different Age Groups in the Life Cycle
Many studies of micronutrient supplementation in developing countries have used single-nutrient supplements with either vitamins or minerals. However, people in these countries often suffer fromExpand
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