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American paediatrician, Born 1921, Bronx, New York; died January 4, 2010, Islamorada, Florida.


  • David Gitlin:
    Use of Ultraviolet Absorption Spectroscopy in the Quantitative Precipitin Reaction.
    The Journal of Immunology, August 1, 1949. 62 (4): 437-451.
  • David Gitlin, Charles S. Davidson, and Leslie H. Wetterlow:
    The Quantitative Estimation of Serum Albumin in Human Body Fluids by Direct Titration with Specific Horse Antiserum.
    The Journal of Immunology, 1949, 63: 415-425.
  • David Gitlin and Harold Edelhoch:
    A Study of the Reaction between Human Serum Albumin and its Homologous Equine Antibody through the Medium of Light Scattering.
    The Journal of Immunology, 1951, 66: 67-77.
  • David Gitlin, Harrison Latta, William H. Batchelor, Charles A. Janeway, Margaret Cushman, and Katherine Marx:
    Experimental Hypersensitivity in the Rabbit: Disappearance Rates of Native and Labelled Heterologous Proteins from the Serum after Intravenous Injection.
    The Journal of Immunology, 1951, 66: 451-461.
  • David Gitlin and Charles A. Janeway.
    Studies on the Plasma Proteins in the Interstitial Fluid of Muscle.
    Science, September 17, 1954, 120 (3116): 461-463.
  • David Gitlin and Charles A. Janeway.
    Congenital abnormalities in protein synthesis. Pediatrics, June 1958, 21 (6): 1034-1038.
  • David Gitlin, Fernando Mönckeberg, and Charles A. Janeway:
    Effects of Pneumococcus Capsular Polysaccharides on the Degradation of Rabbit Antibodies in Mice. The Journal of Immunology, 1961, 86: 627-634.
  • D. Gitlin and M. Boesman:
    Serum alpha-fetoprotein, albumin, and gamma-G-globulin in the human conceptus.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, November 1966, 45 (11): 1826–1838.

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