A spectroscopic examination of the colour reactions of certain indol derivatives and of the urine of dogs after their administration ; A method for the estimation of the tryptophane contents of proteins, involving the use of baryta as a hydrolyzing agent ; The relation between the administration of tryptophane to dogs and the elimination of kynurenic acid in the urine

[Toronto] : University Library, pub. by the librarian, 1916.; 68 pages, 66 with full-text search

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Creator
Homer, Annie.
Title
A spectroscopic examination of the colour reactions of certain indol derivatives and of the urine of dogs after their administration ; A method for the estimation of the tryptophane contents of proteins, involving the use of baryta as a hydrolyzing agent ; The relation between the administration of tryptophane to dogs and the elimination of kynurenic acid in the urine
The relation between the administration of tryptophane to dogs and the elimination of kynurenic acid in their urine
A method for the estimation of the tryptophane contents of proteins, involving the use of baryta as a hydrolyzing agent
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 87660
University of Toronto studies. Medical research fund ; no. 7-9.
Published
[Toronto] : University Library, pub. by the librarian, 1916.
Identifier
87660
FC 02 0203 no. 87660
Subject
Tryptophane.
Acides aminés.
Composés organiques cycliques -- Expériences.
Amino acids.
Organic cyclic compounds -- Experiments.
Tryptophan.
Document source
Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the University of Toronto Archives.
Notes
1 microfiche (38 fr.)
Cover title.
"Reprinted from the Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. XXII."
Original issued in series: University of Toronto studies. Medical research fund ; no. 7-9.
Tables.
Includes bibliographical references.
p. 345-405 ; 27 cm.
Collection
Monographs
Language
English
URL
http://www.canadiana.ca/view/oocihm.87660