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DISTRIBUTION OF ACID-SOLUBLE PHOSPHORUS IN THE BLOOD CELLS OF VARIOUS VERTEBRATES
THE DECOMPOSITION OF DIPHOSPHOGLYCERATE IN ACIDIFIED BLOOD: ITS RELATIONSHIP TO REACTIONS OF THE GLYCOLYTIC CYCLE
The etiology of ekiri, a highly fatal disease of Japanese children.
From a clinical, bacteriologic, chemical and pathologic standpoint, one can conclude that Ekiri is mostly bacillary dysentery complicated by tetany, that the diagnosis of Ekiri may occasionally apply…
Chemical comparison of normal meconium and meconium from a patient with meconium ileus.
The reducing sugar to nitrogen ratio of meconium from a premature infant was shown to increase as it proceeded down the intestinal tract, while that of the abnormal meConium was mostly protein in nature.
Clinical studies of the organic acid-soluble phosphorus of red blood cells in different acidotic states
Abstract The concentration of organic acid-soluble phosphorus in the blood cells is greatly reduced during severe acidosis in subjects with adequate renal function, following the ingestion of…
ORGANIC ACID-SOLUBLE PHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS OF THE BLOOD
PHOSPHORUS EXCHANGE IN PHYTATE, LIPIDS, AND NUCLEOPROTEINS IN THE ERYTHROCYTES OF GEESE
ROLE OF ACID-SOLUBLE PHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS IN RED BLOOD CELLS: IN EXPERIMENTAL RICKETS, RENAL INSUFFICIENCY, PYLORIC OBSTRUCTION, GASTROENTERITIS, AMMONIUM CHLORIDE ACIDOSIS AND DIABETIC ACIDOSIS
Clinical and experimental studies of a variety of conditions in which large changes in the concentration of acid-soluble phosphorus in the blood cells are found are presented to demonstrate the changes which have been found associated with rickets, bilateral nephrectomy, alkalosis of pyloric obstruction and different types of acidosis.
THE FORMATION OF 2,3-DIPHOSPHOGLYCERATE IN RABBIT ERYTHROCYTES: THE EXISTENCE OF A DIPHOSPHOGLYCERATE MUTASE
Hypoprothrombinemia After Salicylate Administration in Man and Rabbits
During investigations on the effects of large doses of salicylates on the electrolyte structure of the blood, to be reported elsewhere, it was noted that a number of salicylate-intoxicated rabbits…