Biometrical aspects of biological assay; the analysis of a collaborative assay of the Third International Digitalis Standard preparation.

@inproceedings{Wl1950BiometricalAO,
  title={Biometrical aspects of biological assay; the analysis of a collaborative assay of the Third International Digitalis Standard preparation.},
  author={Perry Wl},
  year={1950}
}
A S MANY of you are aware, digitalis consists of an extract of the leaves of the plant Digitalis purpurea. In this respect it is a comparatively simple biological preparation. Chemically, however, it is exceedingly complex and its exact nature is not yet elucidated. It is known, however, that there are present more than 25 glycosides, some of which, like digitoxin, have been prepared in a pure chemical form, others of which are of incompletely proven constitution. Moreover, two samples of leaf… CONTINUE READING