A simple method of isolation of crystalline stercobilin or urobilin from feces.

Abstract

The methods described two decades ago (l-3) for the isolation of crystalline stercobilin or urobilin from feces or urine are relatively slow and cumbersome. It is often desirable to obtain a few mg of crystalline material quickly, either to permit determination of the preponderant type (whether stercobilin, urobilin, or d-urobilin) or calibration of a… (More)

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@article{Watson1953ASM, title={A simple method of isolation of crystalline stercobilin or urobilin from feces.}, author={Colin Watson and Paul Lowry and V E SBOROV and William H Hollinshead and Somayeh Sadeghi Kohan and H. Orrego Matte}, journal={The Journal of biological chemistry}, year={1953}, volume={200 2}, pages={697-701} }