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Aaron Bodansky - bibliography

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Biography

American biochemist, born 1896, Elizabethgrad, Russia; died 1941.

Bibliography

  • Deviation from the BEER law in the Kuttner-Cohen mathod for determination of phosphorus. A. Bodansky, L. Hallman and R. Bonoff.
    Proceedings of the Society of Experimental Biology, New York, 1931, 28: 732-763.
  • Experimental factors influencing blood phosphatase values.
    A. Bodansky, Henry Lewis Jaffe (1896-1979) and J. P. Chandler.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Baltimore, 1932; 97: 16-17.
  • Phosphatase studies. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Baltimore, 1932; 99: 197-206, and 1933; 102: 93-104.
  • Notes on the determination of serum inorganic phosphate and serum phosphatase activity.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Baltimore, August 1937, 120: 167-175.
  • The blood-sugar of normal human subjects after the intravenous injection of insulin. Aaron Bodansky and Sutherland Simpson (1863-1926).
    Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology, London, 1927, 17 (2): 57-64.
  • Experimental hyperparathyroidism in Guinea pigs leading to ostitis fibrosa.
    A. Bodansky, John E. Blair, and Henry L. Jaffe.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Baltimore, 1930, 87 (3): 629-647. Biographical:
  • Barry G. Firkin and Judith A. Whitworth:
    Dictionary of Medical Eponyms.
    The Parthenon Publishing Group. 1989. New edition in 2002.

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