The Identification of Acetaldehyde in Normal Blood and Its Quantitative Study in the Blood of Normal and Diabetic Dogs

Abstract

Evidence assigning to acetic aldehyde an important place in metabolic processes has accumulated steadily during recent years. Its function as an intermediate stage in the fermentative breakdown of carbohydrate has been reviewed by Neuberg (1). The theory that acetaldehyde plays a similar and equally important role in the oxidation of carbohydrate in the… (More)

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