The Phosphatide and Total Phosphorus Con- Tent of Woman’s and Cow’s Milk


Recent, studies have made it evident that phosphorus plays a more important Ale in the metabolism of infants, more especially in the metabolism of bone, than had been realized. It is therefore of increasing interest to inquire closely as to the distribution of the phosphorus in t,he dietary of the growing child. This naturally implies a study of milk, which… (More)


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