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Emil Abderhalden - bibliography

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Biography

Swiss physiologist and biochemist, born March 9, 1877, Ober-Uzwil, Canton St. Gallen; died August 5, 1950, Zurich.

Bibliography

  • Bibliographie der gesamten wissenschaftlichen Literatur über den Alkohol und den Alkoholismus. Unter Mitw. von ... und mit Unterstützung der Kgl. Akademie der Wissenschaften in Berlin.
    Berlin and Vienna, Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1904.
  • Abbau und Aufbau der Eiweisskörper im tierischen Organismus.
    Hoppe-Seylers Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie, Strassburg, 1905, 44: 17-52.
  • Lehrbuch der physiologischen Chemie in 30 Vorlesungen von Emil Abderhalden.
    Berlin and Vienna, Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1906. 786. pages.
  • Neuere Ergebnisse auf dem Gebiete der speziellen Eiweisschemie. Jena 1909.
  • Biochemisches Handlexicon.
    Berlin, Springer, 1911-1933. Ann Arbor, Edwards, 1944. 14 volumes in 15.
  • Physiologisches Praktikum.
    Berlin 1912; 3rd edition, 1922; translated into Spanish and Russian.
  • Schutzfermente des tierischen Organismus.
    Berlin, 1912; 5th edition, 1922 entitled: Die Abderhaldensche Reaktion. Translated into English, French, Russian, and Spanish.
  • Synthese der Zemmbausteine in Pflanze und Tier. Berlin, 1912; 2nd edition, 1924.
  • Die Grundlagen unserer Ernährung und unseres Stoffwechsel.
    Berlin, 1917; 3rd edition, 1919.
  • Lehrbuch der physiologischen Chemie in Vorlesungen von Emil Abderhalden.
    3rd edition, expanded and revised. Berlin and Vienna, Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1914-1915.
    4th edition, revised: Berlin and Vienna, Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1920-1921.
  • Lehrbuch der physiologischen Chemie mit Einschluß der physikalischen Chemie der Zellen u. Gewebe u. des Stoff-u.Kraftwechsels des tierischen Organismus in Vorlesung von Emil Abderhalden.
    4th edition, revised: Berlin and Vienna, Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1923.
    6th edition, 1931; translated into English and Russian.
    Edition 23 to 25, Basel, Schwabe, 1946. 417 pages.
  • Handbuch der biologischen Arbeitsmethoden.
    Volume 1-107. Berlin, Wien, Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1929-1930.

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