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Van Slyke's test II

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Épreuve de l'épuration urétique (French). Test for excretion of urea.


  • J. H. Austin, E. Stillman, D. D. Van Slyke:
    Factors governing the excretion rate of urea.
    The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1921, 46: 91-112.
  • C. H. Hitchcock and R. Loveland:
    A study of the Austin-Stillman-Van Slyke index of the urea excretion.
    Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1922, 33: 294.

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