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Donald Dexter Van Slyke - bibliography

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Biography

American biochemist, born March 29, 1883, Pike, New York; died May 4, 1971.

Bibliography

  • D. Van Slyke and Moses Gomberg:
    The Action of Molecular Silver, of Silver Sulfate and Chloride, and of Sulfuric Acid upon Halogenated Derivates of Tripehnyl-Carbynol Chloride.
    Doctoral dissertation, 1907. Journal of the American Chemical Society.
  • D. D. Van Slyke:
    Die Analyse von Eiweisskörpern durch Bestimmung der chemisch charakteristischen Gruppen der verschiedenen Aminosäuren.
  • D. D. Van Slyke:
    Die gasometrische Bestimmung von primärem alipathischen Aminostickstoff.
    Handbuch der biologischen Arbeitsmethoden, part 1, T. 7. Berlin and Vienna, 1923.
  • D. D. Van Slyke:
    Bestimmung der Alkalireserve des Blutes.
    Handbuch der biologischen Arbeitsmethoden, part 4, T. 4; Berlin and Vienna, 1927.
  • Eggert Möller, J, F. McIntosh, D. D. Van Slyke:
    Studies of Urea Excretion. II: Relationship Between Urine Volume and the Rate of Urea Excretion by Normal Adults.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, New York, december 1928, 6 (3): 427-465.
  • Eggert Möller, J, F. McIntosh, D. D. Van Slyke:
    Studies of Urea Excretion. IV: Relationship Between Urine Volume and Rate of Urea Excretion by Patients with Bright's Disease.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, December 1928, 6 (3): 485-504.
  • D. D. Van Slyke:
    Bestimmung von Harnstoff durch gasometrische Messung des durch die Einwirkung von Urease gebildeten Kohlendioxydes.
    Handbuch der biologischen Arbeitsmethoden, part 4, T. 1; Berlin and Vienna, 1930.
  • D. D. Van Slyke:
    Gasometrische Mikro-Kjeldahl-Stickstoffbestimmung.
    Handbuch der biologischen Arbeitsmethoden, part 4, T. 13; Berlin and Vienna, 1930.
  • John Punnett Peters and D. D. Van Slyke,
    Quantitative Clinical Chemistry. Volume I, Interpretations.
    Baltimore : Williams & Wilkins, 1931. Revised 1946. Quantitative Clinical Chemistry. Volume II, Methods.
    Baltimore : Williams & Wilkins, 1933. Revised 1943.
  • Alf S. Alving, Donald D. Van Slyke:
    The significance of concentration and dilution tests in bright's disease.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, November 1934, 13 (6): 969-998.
  • D. Van Slyke:
    John Punnett Peter, 1887-1955. Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, Philadelphia, 1956, 69: 22-23.
  • A. B. Hastings:
    Donald Dexter Van Slyke.
    Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, 1976, 48: 309-360.
  • Louis Rosenfeld:
    Donald Dexter Van Slyke (1883–1971): An Oral Biography.
    Clinical Chemistry, 1999, 45: 703-713.

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