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American physiological chemist, Born March 17, 1884, Cincinnati, Ohio; died December 21, 1936.

Bibliography

  • A method for the estimation of chlorides, bromides and iodides.
    With J. F. Snell.
    Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1903, 25: 1138-1141.
  • Detection of barium, strontium and calcium.
    Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1907, 28: 1596-1598.
  • Detection and elimination of reducing sugars.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1907, 3: 101-117.
  • The detection and estimation of reducing sugars.
    The New York Medical Journal, 1907, 86: 497-499,.
  • A note on the reduction of alkaline copper solutions by sugar.
    The Biochemical Journal, 1907, 2: 408-411.
  • The estimation of total sulfur in urine.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1909, 6: 363-371.
  • Preparation of glyoxylic acid as a reagent.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1909, 6: 51-52.
  • Paths of excretion of inorganic compounds IV. Excretion of magnesium, and V. Excretion of calcium. With Lafayette Benedict Mendel (1872-1935).
    American Journal of Physiology, 1909, 25, 1-22, 23-33.
  • Estimation of urea in urine. With Frank Gephart.
    Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1909, 50.
  • A reagent for the detection of reducing sugars.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1908/1909, 5: 485-487.
  • The influence of salts and non-electrolytes upon the heart.
    American Journal of Physiology, 1908, 22: 16-31.
  • A note on the estimation of purine nitrogen in urine.
    With Tadasu Saiki. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1909/1910, 7: 27.
  • A note on the estimation of total sulfur in urine.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1909/1910, 7: 101-102.
  • The estimation of urea.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1910/1911, 8: 405-421.
  • The determination of total sulfur in urine.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1910/1911, 8: 499-501.
  • Note on the determination of the amino-acid nitrogen in the urine.
    With John Raymond Murlin (1874-1960). Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1912, 9: 109-111.
  • Note on the determination of amino-acid nitrogen in urine.
    With J. R. Murlin. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1913/1914, 16: 385-388.
  • A modified Hempel gas pipette.
    Biochemical Bulletin, New York, 1914, 3: 1.
  • Studies in creatine and creatinine metabolism I.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1914, 18: 183-190.
  • Studies in creatine and creatinine metabolism III. With Emil Osterberg.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1914, 18: 195-214.
  • The influence of induced diabetes on malignant tumors (including a case of human phlorhizin glycosuria.
    With H. B. Lew. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1914, 11: 134-136.
  • The influence of feeding upon a cidosis in the phlorhizinized dog.
    With Emil Osterberg.
    Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1915, 12: 14.
  • Colorimetric estimation of uric acid in urine. With Ethel Hitchcock.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1915, 20: 619-627.
  • Colorimetric estimation of uric acid in blood.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1915, 20: 629-640.
  • Studies in uric acid metabolism I. The uric acid in ox and chicken blood.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1915, 20: 633-640.
  • An examination of the Folin—Farmer method (Colorimetric) estimation of nitrogen. With Joseph C. Bock.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1915, 20: 47-59.
  • A method for the estimation of sugar in small quantities in blood.
    With R. C. Lewis.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1915, 20: 61-72.
  • Reply to Wood and McLean.
    The Journal of Cancer Research, 1916, 1: 227-230.
  • Uric acid in its relation to metabolism.
    The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, St. Louis, 1916, 2, 1-15.
  • Studies in the influence of various factors in nutrition upon the growth of experimental tumors. With A. H. Rahe.
    The Journal of Cancer Research, 1917, 2: 159-178.
  • Analysis of the blood of cancer patients for the non-protein constituents.
    With Ruth C. Theis. The Journal of Cancer Research, 1911, 2: 511.
  • Studies in carbohydrate metabolism I. With Emil Osterberg
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1918, 34: 209-216.
  • A method for the determination of sugar in normal urine.
    With Emil Osterberg. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1918, 34: 195-201.
  • A modification of the Lewis-Benedict method for determination of sugar in blood. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1918, 34: 203-207.
  • A new form of colorimeter. With J. C. Bock.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1918, 35, 227-30.
  • Nutritive value of the banana. With Kanematsu Sugiura (1890-1979).
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1918, 36: 171-179.
  • Preparation of Dakin's solution from liquid chlorine by the gravimetric method. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, Chicago, 1918, 27: 386-387.
  • The determination of sugar by the modified picric acid method.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1919, 37: 503-504.
  • The action of radium emanation on the vitamine of yeast.
    With K. Sugiura The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1919, 39: 421-433.
  • The nutritive value of the banana. With K. Sugiura.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1919, 40: 449-468.
  • The determination of small quantities of sugar in the urine, including observations on the polysaccharide content of human urine.
    Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1920, 17: 183.
  • The effect of certain blood constituents on picrate solutions.
    With E. Osterberg. Archives of Internal Medicine, Chicago, 1921, 27: 135-136.
  • A method for the determination of sugar in normal urine.
    With E. Osterberg. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1921, 48: 51-57.
  • Crystalline uric acid compound in beef blood.
    Proceedings, American Society of Biological Chemists.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1921, 46: 5-6.
  • The ammonia content of the blood and its bearing on the mechanism of acid neutralization in the animal organism. With Thomas P. Nash, Jr.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1921, 48: 462-88.
  • Distribution of uric acid in the blood. With Ruth Theis.
    The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, St. Louis, 1921, 6: 680-683.
  • The occurrence of creatine and creatinine in blood. With H. J. Allen.
    Proceedings, American Society of Biological Chemists.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1921, 46: 21.
  • A method for the determination of blood voltime. With Elizabeth Franke.
    The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, St. Louis, 1921, 6: 618-624.
  • The determination of uric acid in urine.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1922, 52: 187-207.
  • A method for the direct determination of uric acid in urine.
    With Elizabeth Franke. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1922, 52: 387-391.
  • Creatine and creatinine metabolism. IV. The question of the occurrence of creatinine and creatine in blood. With Jeanette Allen Behre.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1922, 52, 11-33.
  • A method for the purification of picric acid for creatinine determination.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1922, 52: 239-241.
  • The determination of uric acid.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1922, 54: 233-238.
  • The combined uric acid in beef blood.
    With Alice Rohde Davis and Eleanor B. Newton.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1922, 54: 595-599.
  • Combined colorimeter and nephalometer. With J. C. Bock.
    U. S. Patent No. 1, 456,964. 1923.
  • Sugar determination after subcutaneous injection of glucose in the dog; including a discussion of the paper on observations on carbohydrates by Folin and Berglund.
    With E. Osterberg. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1923, 55: 769-794.
  • The mechanism of phlorhizin diabetes. With T. P. Nash, Jr.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1923, 55: 757-766.
  • The adequacy of certain synthetic diets for the nutrition of the pigeon.
    With K. Sugiura. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1923, 56: 33-44.
  • Studies on creatine and creatinine metabolism. V. The metabolism of creatine.
    With E. Osterberg. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1923, 56: 229-252.
  • The ammonia content of the blood. With T. P. Nash, Jr.
    Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie, Leipzig 1924, 136: 130-133.
  • The determination of phenols in blood. With Ruth C. Theis.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1924, 61: 67-71.
  • A modification of the molybdate method for the determination of inorganic phosphorus in serum. With Ruth C. Theis.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 61,63-66.
  • A reaction given by insulin solutions in vitro.
    Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1924, 21: 529.
  • The mechanism of phlorhizin diabetes II. With T. P. Nash, Jr.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1925, 61: 423.
  • Inorganic constituents of the serum in cancer. With Ruth C. Theis.
    The Journal of Cancer Research, 1925, 8: 499-503.
  • The determination of uric acid in the blood.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1925, 64: 215-219.
  • The determination of blood in sugar.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1925, 64: 207-213.
  • The influence of certain limited diets upon tumor susceptibility and growth in albino rats. With K. Sugiura. The Journal of Cancer Research, 9, 204-15.
  • The estimation of sugar in normal urine.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1926, 68, 759-67.
  • The site of ammonia formation and the role of vomiting in ammonia elimination.
    With T. P. Nash, Jr. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1926, 69: 389-96.
  • A new sulfur-containing compound (Thiasine) in the blood.
    With E. B. Newton and J. A. Behre.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1926, 67: 267-277.
  • A colorimetric method for determining acetone bodies in blood and urine.
    With J. A. Behre. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1926, 70: 487-94.
  • The influence of insufficient diets upon tumor recurrence and growth in rats and mice. With K. Sugiura. The Journal of Cancer Research, 1926, 10: 309-318.
  • Thiasine, its structure and identification with ergothioneine.
    With E. B. Newton and Henry Drysdale Dakin (1880-1952).
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1927, 72: 367-373.
  • Fractionation of the Rous chicken Sarcoma. With K. Sugiura.
    The Journal of Cancer Research, 1927, 11: 164-86.
  • The determination of blood sugar, II.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1928, 76: 457-470.
  • A note on the purification of picric acid for creatinine determination.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1929, 82: 1-3.
  • The use of molybdic acid as a precipitant for blood protein. With E. B. Newton.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1929, 82: 5-10.
  • The occurrence and determination of thioneine (ergothioneine) in human blood. With J. A. Behre. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1929, 82: 11.
  • The question of the origin of urinary ammonia.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1929, 82: 673-678.
  • Determination of sugar in blood.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1929, 83: 165-168.
  • The use of tungstomolybdic acid as a precipitant for blood protein.
    With E. B. Newton. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1929, 83: 357-360.
  • Studies on the non-sugar reducing substances in blood and urine. I. Glutathione and thioneine in blood.
    With E. B. Newton. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1929, 83: 361-365.
  • The action of certain dyestuffs on the growth of transplantable tumors.
    With K. Sugiura. The Journal of Cancer Research, 1929, 13: 340-358.
  • A critical study of vitamin A and carcinogenesis. With K. Sugiura.
    The Journal of Cancer Research, 1930, 14: 306-310.
  • The influence of adrenaline on the growth of carcinoma, sarcoma and melanoma in animals. With K. Sugiura. The Journal of Cancer Research, 1930, 14: 487-501.
  • Influence of high-fat diets on the growth of carcinoma and sarcoma in rats.
    With K. Sugiura. The Journal of Cancer Research, 1930, 14: 311-318.
  • The analysis of whole blood. I. The precipitation of proteins.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1931, 92: 135-.
  • The analysis of whole blood. II. The determination of sugar and of saccharoids (non-fermentable reducing substances).
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1931, 92 (1): 141-159.
  • The analysis of whole blood. III. Determination and distribution of uric acid.
    With J . A. Behre. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1931, 92 (1): 161-170.
  • The analysis of whole blood. IV. The determination of glutathione.
    With Gertrude Gottschall. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1933, 99: 729-740.
  • The presence of creatinine in the blood. With J . A. Behre.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1933, 110: 245-248.
  • Some applications of a new color reaction for creatinine. With J . A. Behre.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1936, 114: 515-32.
  • The effect of an anemia-producing diet on the growth of carcinoma, sarcoma and melanoma in animals. The American Journal of Cancer, 1936, 26: 115-123.
  • The precipitation of creatinine rubidium picrate from blood plasma filtrate.
    With J . A. Behre. The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1937, 117: 415-422.

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