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Morse, A. Acidosis as a factor of fatigue in dogs. Characterization and interpretation of displacement of the acid-base balance. The effect of thyroxin on the tissue metabolism of excised limulus heart. Weir, A. The ionization constants of calcium proteinate determined by the solubility of calcium carbonate. The exchange of salt and water between muscle and blood. The effect of an increase in total body water produced by the intravenous injection of isotonic salt solutions.

Eichelberger, A. The effect of respiratory alkalosis and acidosis induced by overbreathing and rebreathing. The effect of dehydration. Factors governing the calcium equilibria in the body. Stotz, A. The components of the succinate-fumarate-enzyme system.

Browman, A. Solubility of aragonite in salt solutions.

Klemperer, 0. Bessey, A. Oxidation-reduction potentials of certain synthetic flavins. Alexander, A. Use of cerebrospinal fluid and synthetic salt solutions in studies of tissue metabolism. Mullin, A. Hastings, W.


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Neuromuscular responses to variations in calcium and potassium concentrations in the cerebrospinal fluid. Chu, A. A note on the state of calcium in high protein serum. Manery, I. Danielson, A.

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Connective tissue electrolytes. Hastingso Trends in preclinical teaching. Kiese, A. Reversible inactivation of phos-phatase. The effect of para-amino benzene sulfonamide on the oxygen consumption of tissue and certain pathogenic bacteria. Klemperer, H. Trimble, A. The uricase of dogs, including the Dalmatian. Manery, A.

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The distribution of electrolytes in mammalian tissues. Cohn, A. Tannenbaum, W. Thalhimer, A0 B. Influence of oxygen and carbon dioxide on the blood of normal and pneumonic dogs. Me Kiese, A. The dissociation constant of hypo-bromous acid. Muus, 0. Tissue metabolism in vitamin deficiencies. Effect of deficiencies in riboflavin and other heat-stable vitamin B components.

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Weiss, A. Effect of thiamine deficiency. The distribution of bromide and chloride in tissues and body fluids. A method for determining tissue carbon dioxide. Danielson, H. Blumgart, 0. Lowry, D. Chemical changes in the heart following experimental temporary coronary occlusion. Physc, 54, Drinker, A. Green, A. Taylor, A. Oxidation-reduction potentials of the methemoglobin-hemoglobin system.

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Mo Kiese, A. The catalytic hydration of carbon dioxide. Factors affecting the activity of carbonic anhydrase0 J. Diurnal variations in the acid-base balance. Hiller, D.

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MacFadyen, A. On hydroxylysine. Kistiakowsky, R. Cramer, F. Klemperer, A. Solomon, B. Liver glycogen from lactic acid containing radioactive carboxyl carbon. Bo Hastings, G.