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NOTES ON SUGAR DETERMINATION
Modifications of two methods for the assay of amylase.
  • M. Somogyi
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Clinical chemistry
  • 1 February 1960
TLDR
The second method, which is based on the amyloclastic action, yields results that run quantitatively parallel with those obtained by the first method; its simplicity and rapidity recommend it as a convenient tool for clinical diagnostic tests. Expand
THE DETERMINATION OF GLYCOGEN
TLDR
Data presented in Table I show that the “sugar,” obtained from tissues after acid hydrolysis and mercury precipitation, comprises in every instance non-fermentable reducing substances having no relationship to glycogen, and that the amount of these substances is sufficient to cause gross errors. Expand
Determination of blood sugar.
Exacerbation of diabetes by excess insulin action.
  • M. Somogyi
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of medicine
  • 1 February 1959
TLDR
It is evident that in insulin therapy, avoidance of hypoglycemia, even of mild, asymptomatic degrees, is no less important than the control of excessive hyperglycemia and glycosuria, which makes it possible to forestall the development of severe states of diabetes. Expand
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