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A PHOTOMETRIC ADAPTATION OF THE SOMOGYI METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF GLUCOSE
- N. Nelson
- 1 May 1944
The reliability of the various Somogyi-Shaffer-Hartmann (1, 2) copper reagents for glucose determination in biological material has been established. Adaptation of these reagents to calorimetric use… Expand
Thermal regulation during acclimatization in a hot, dry (desert type) environment.
Performance in relation to environmental temperature. Reactions of normal young men to hot, humid (simulated jungle) environment.
STUDIES ON NORMAL AND DEPANCREATIZED DOMESTIC DUCKS
Some toxicologic aspects of atmospheric pollution.
- N. Nelson
- American journal of public health and the nation…
- 1 October 1955
It is found that definable facts of broad applicability bearing on health impairment from air pollution are comparatively few. Expand
THE PRODUCTION OF PERMANENT HYPER-GLYCEMIA AND GLYCOSURIA BY THE PROLONGED ADMINISTRATION OF INSULIN.
PANCREATIC DIABETES IN THE MONKEY
Both groups of investigators express the opinion that thedepancreatised monkey exhibited many of the metabolic characteristics of the depancreatized-hypophysectomized dog. Expand
THE ROLE OF EXCESSIVE CARBOHYDRATE INTAKE IN THE ETIOLOGY OF DIABETIC COMA1
The margin of safety in the patient with severe diabetes who has wide variations in the blood sugar content during the day and night is too small, and a little excess food may give rise to a hyperglycemia, suddenly associated with ketosis, as the authors have noted in several patients entering the diabetic service in coma. Expand
DIABETIC ACIDOSIS AND COMA IN THE MONKEY.
Thermal exchanges of man at high temperatures.
R rates of heat exchange by evaporation, convection and radiation were estimated at 5 wind velocities in each of 7 different environments to provide a means of evaluating total thermal stress to the man from known conditions of exposure. Expand