The Character of the Dermatitis-Producing Factor in Dietary Egg White as Shown by Certain Chemical Treatments

@article{Parsons2009TheCO,
  title={The Character of the Dermatitis-Producing Factor in Dietary Egg White as Shown by Certain Chemical Treatments},
  author={Helen T. Parsons and Eunice Kelly},
  journal={Nutrition Reviews},
  year={2009},
  volume={38},
  pages={377-379}
}
It has been shown in this laboratory (Parsons, 1931; Parsons and Kelly, 1933) in agreement with others,’ that Chinese dried egg white or raw fresh egg white, fed in presumably adequate rations, is capable of producing severe dermatitis and even death in rats. The injury appears to be related both to a toxicity and to a relative absence of a protective factor or factors. It may be prevented or cured either by sufficient heat treatment of the egg white of the ration, or by including in the egg… 

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