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Jerome W. Conn - bibliography

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American endocrinologist, born September 24, 1907, New York; died June 11, 1994, Naples, Florida.


  • J. W. Conn, L. H. Newburgh.
    The glycemic response to isoglucogenic quantities of protein and carbohydrate.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, New York, 1936, 15: 665-671.
  • J. W. Conn, L. H. Newburgh:
    The advantage of a high protein diet in the treatment of spontaneous hypoglycemia.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, New York, 1936, 15: 673-678.
  • J. W. Conn, L. H. Newburgh, M. W. Johnson, and E. S. Conn:
    A new interpretation of diabetes mellitus in obese, middle-aged persons: Recovery through reduction in weight.
    Transactions of Association of American Physicians, 1938, 53: 245-257.
  • J. W. Conn:
    Interpretation of the glucose tolerance test: The necessity of a standard preparatory diet.
    The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Hagerstown, Maryland, 1940, 199: 555-564.
  • J. W. Conn:
    Electrolyte composition of sweat: Clinical implications as an index of adrenal cortical function.
    The Archives of Internal Medicine, Chicgo, 1949, 83: 416-428.
  • J. W. Conn, L. H. Louis:
    Production of endogenous “salt-active” corticoids as reflected in the concentrations of sodium and chloride of thermal sweat.
    Journal of Clinical Endocrinology, Philadelphia, 1950, 10:12-23.
  • J. W. Conn:
    Endocrine and metabolic responses to stress.
    Hawaii Medical Journal, 1954, Number 1, September-October, page 19.
  • J. W. Conn, Presidential address:
    Painting background. 2) Primary aldosteronism, a new clinical syndrome.
    The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, St. Louis, 1955, 45: 3-17.
  • J. W. Conn:
    Primary aldosteronism.
    The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, St. Louis, 1955, 45:661-664.
  • J. W. Conn, H. S. Seltzer:
    Spontaneous hypoglycemia. The American Journal of Medicine, 1955, 19:460-478.
  • J. W. Conn, R. D. Johnson:
    Kaliopenic nephropathy.
    The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1956, 4: 523-528.
  • J. W. Conn, L. H. Louis, S. S. Fajans, D. H. P. Streeten, and R. D. Johnson:
    Intermittent aldosteronism in periodic paralysis: Dependence of attacks on retention of sodium, and failure to induce attacks by restriction of dietary sodium.
    The Lancet, London, 1957, 1: 802-805.
  • J. W. Conn:
    The prediabetic state in man: Definition, interpretation and implications.
    (The Banting Memorial Lecture.) Diabetes, New York, 1958, 7: 347-357.
  • J. W. Conn, S. S. Fajans:
    Tolbutamide-induced improvement in carbohydrate tolerance of young people with mild diabetes mellitus. Diabetes, New York, 1960, 9: 83-88.
  • J. W. Conn, et al:
    Secondary aldosteronism: Metabolic and adrenocortical responses of normal men to high environmental temperatures.
    Metabolism : Clinical and Experimental, New York, 1960, 9: 1071-1092.
  • J. W. Conn, E. S. Conn:
    Primary aldosteronism versus hypertensive disease with secondary aldosteronism.
    Recent Progress of Hormone Research, New York, 1961, 17:389-414.
  • J. W. Conn, S. S. Fajans:
    The prediabetic state: A concept of dynamic resistance to a genetic diabetogenic influence.
    The American Journal of Medicine, 1961, 31:839-850.
  • J. W. Conn, J. C. Floyd, Jr., S. S. Fajans, and R. F. Knopf:
    Evidence that insulin release is the mechanism for experimentally-induced leucine hypoglycemia in man.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, New York, 1963, 42: 1714-1419.
  • J. W. Conn, With D. R. Rovner, R. F. Knopf, E. L. Cohen, and M. T-Y Hsueh.
    Nature of renal escape from the sodium retaining effect of aldosterone in primary aldosteronism and in normal subjects.
    The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 1965, 25: 53-64.
  • J. W. Conn, E. L. Cohen and D. R. Rovner:
    Postural augmentation of plasma renin activity and aldosterone excretion in normal people.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, New York, 1967, 46: 418-428.
  • J. W. Conn, S. S. Fajans, J. C. Floyd, Jr., and R. F. Knopf:
    Effect of amino acids and proteins on insulin secretion in man.
    Recent Progress of Hormone Research, New York, 1967, 23: 617-662.
  • J. W. Conn, D. R. Rovner and E. L. Cohen:
    Licorice-induced pseudoaldosteronism. Hypertension, hypokalemia, aldosteronopenia, and suppressed plasma renin activity.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1968, 205: 492-496.
  • J. W. Conn, et al:
    Primary reninism. Hypertension, hyperreninemia, and secondary aldosteronism due to renin-producing juxtaglomerular cell tumors.
    The Archives of Internal Medicine, Chicgo, 1972, 130: 682-696.

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