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CLINICAL CALORIMETRY XLV. PROLONGED MEAT DIETS WITH A STUDY OF KIDNEY FUNCTION AND KETOSIS

@article{McclellanCLINICALCX,
  title={CLINICAL CALORIMETRY XLV. PROLONGED MEAT DIETS WITH A STUDY OF KIDNEY FUNCTION AND KETOSIS},
  author={Walter S. Mcclellan and Eugene F. Du Bois},
  journal={Journal of Biological Chemistry},
  volume={87},
  pages={651-668}
}
Introduction ............................... ...... ........ . . 651 Literature .................................. ...... ........ . . 652 Plan of investigation ....................... ...... ........ . . 653 Protocols ................................... ...... ........ . . 653 Nature of diet ............................ ........ . 655 Effect of diet on clinical condition .......... ...... ........ . . 659 Effect of diet on urinary constituents ....... ...... ........ . 662 Effect of diet on… Expand

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