The influence of scurvy and fall in weight in young guinea pigs on the alkaline phosphatase content of the serum and the zones of provisional calcification.

@article{Perkins1950TheIO,
  title={The influence of scurvy and fall in weight in young guinea pigs on the alkaline phosphatase content of the serum and the zones of provisional calcification.},
  author={H. Perkins and S. S. Zilva},
  journal={The Biochemical journal},
  year={1950},
  volume={47 3},
  pages={
          306-18
        }
}
1. Antrycide has been determined by reaction with eosin to give a highly fluorescent salt which can be separated from excess eosin by extraction into a mixture of chloroform and butanol. 2. The method measures down to 40 pg. of Antrycide/l. of plasma with satisfactory accuracy, and 20 pg./l. approximately. 3. The method has a considerable degree of specificity, in that most other tertiary and quaternary bases examined did not react. 4. It can be applied to tissues and urine as well as plasma. 5… Expand
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