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Series 6: Reprints, 1921-1979 [series]:
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New horizons in research, undated [view online]
2 20
Derivatives of para-nitro-benzaldehyde - with A. Lowy, 1921 [view online]
2 21
Derivatives of para-nitrobenzaldehyde II - with A. Lowy, 1924 [view online]
2 22
The effect of clostridium histolyticum on the tyrosine in proteins - with L V. Hjort, 1926 [view online]
2 23
The phytin content of foodstuffs - with H. P. Averill, 1926 [view online]
2 24
Synthetic glycerides. I. Preparation and melting points of glycerides of known construction - with H. P. Averill, J. N. Roche, 1929 [view online]
2 25
Proteolysis and the selective destruction of amino acids by clostridium sporogenes and clostridium histolyticum - with M. W. Mead, Jr., 1929 [view online]
2 26
A study of the effects of certain diets upon the growth and form of albino rats - with E. J. Quinn, B. H. Dimit, 1929 [view online]
2 27
The preparation and properties of vitamin C concentrates from lemon juice - with D. P. Grettie, 1929 [view online]
2 28
A study of the preparation and properties of vitamin C fractions from lemon juice - with H. L. Sipple, 1930 [view online]
2 29
The stereochemical specificity of esterases. I. The affinity of liver esterases for optically active alcohols - with D. R. P. Murray, 1930 [view online]
2 30
Chemical studies on the toxin produced by B. paratyphosus B (aertrycke type) - with M. L. Menten, 1930 [view online]
2 31
Synthetic glycerides. II. Refractive indices of glycerides of known constitution - with H. P. Averill, J. N. Roche, 1930 [view online]
2 32
The nature of vitamin C. A study of its electrical transference - with R. B. McKinnis, 1930 [view online]
2 33
The preparation of vitamin C concentrates from lemon juice - with J. L. Svirbely, 1931 [view online]
2 34
The preparation and storage of vitamin C concentrates from lemon juice - with F. L. Smith, 1931 [view online]
2 35
Synthetic glycerides. III. Mixed triglycerides of the distearin series - with H. H. Robinson, J. N. Roche, 1932 [view online]
2 36
Relationships between the structure of organic compounds and their inhibiting effect upon liver esterase. Resemblance to a lyotropic series of anions - with D. Glick, 1932 [view online]
2 37
The chemical nature of vitamin C - with W. A. Waugh, 1932 [view online]
2 38
Isolation and identification of vitamin C - with W. A. Waugh, 1932 [view online]
2 39
Relationships between the activation of pancreatic lipase and surface effects of the compounds involved - the mechanism of inhibition and activation - with D. Glick, 1932 [view online]
2 40
The vitamin C activity of hexuronic acid from suprarenal glands - with W. A. Waugh, 1932 [view online]
2 41
Pinning down C, 1932 [view online]
2 42
On the trail of the vitamins, 1932 [view online]
2 43
Synthetic glycerides. IV. Esters of aromatic and aliphatic acids - with D. T. Jackson, 1933 [view online]
2 44
The protein nature of enzymes. An investigation of pancreatic lipase - with D. Glick, 1933 [view online]
2 45
The composition of lemon albedo pectin - with C. M. Bridgham, 1933 [view online]
2 46
A study of the constituents in cascara sagrada extract I. isolation of a rhamno-glycoside of emodin - with H. L. Sipple, G. D. Beal, 1934 [view online]
2 47
Nucleoprotein and specific toxin derived from streptococcus scarlatinae filtrate - their skin reactions, chemical and immunizing properties - with M. L. Menten, W. W. Briant, Jr., L. Graham, 1934 [view online]
2 48
Preparation and properties of beta-monoglycerides - with B. F. Stimmel, 1934 [view online]
2 49
The vitamin C content of human tissues - with M. Yavorsky, P. Almaden, 1934 [view online]
2 50
Control of latent scurvy - with A. K. Eckard, 1934 [view online]
2 51
Specificity and inhibition characteristics of liver esterase and pancrease lipase - with H. H. R. Weber, 1935 [view online]
2 52
The influence of vitamin C level upon resistance to diphtheria toxin. II. Production of diffuse hyperplastic arteriosclerosis and degeneration in various organs - with M. L. Menten, 1935 [view online]
2 53
The constituents in cascara sagrada extract. 2. A method of bioassay - with M. W. Green, G. D. Beal, 1936 [view online]
2 54
Vitamin C, ascorbic acid, 1936 [view online]
2 55
Vitamin C content of vegetables. II. Peas - with G. L. Mack, D. K. Tressler, 1936 [view online]
2 56
The vitamin C content of human milk and its variation with diet - with I. Selleg, 1936 [view online]
2 57
The titration and biological assay of vitamin C in tumor tissue - with R. R. Musulin, E. Silverblatt, G. E. Woodward, 1936 [view online]
2 58
Vitamin C content of vegetables. V. Cabbage - with S. Gould, D. K. Tressler, 1936 [view online]
2 59
Metaphosphoric acid in the extraction and titration of vitamin C - with R. R. Musulin, 1936 [view online]
2 60
The relationship of vitamin C to glucose tolerance in the guinea pig - with A. Sigal, 1936 [view online]
2 61
Vitamin C and diphtheria toxin - with A. Sigal, 1937 [view online]
2 62
The effect of metaphosphoric acid and some other inorganic acids on the catalytic oxidation of ascorbic acid - with C. M. Lyman, M. O. Schultze, 1937 [view online]
2 63
A study of 'ascorbic and oxidase' in relation to copper - with E. Stotz, C. J. Harrer, 1937 [view online]
2 64
Vitamin C in vegetables. VII. Lima beans - with D. K. Tressler, G. L. Mack, R. R. Jenkins, 1937 [view online]
2 65
Tissue respiration studies on normal and scorbutic guinea pig liver and kidney - with E. Stotz, C. J. Harrer, M. O. Schultze, 1937 [view online]
2 66
Losses of vitamin C during the cooking of Swiss chard - with F. Faith, D. K. Tressler, S. C. Camp, 1937 [view online]
2 67
Studies on the reduction of dehydroascorbic acid by guinea pig tissues - with M. O. Schultze, E. Stotz, 1938 [view online]
2 68
Constituents in cascara sagrada extract. 3. The lipids and glycosides - with M. W. Green, G. D. Beal, 1938 [view online]
2 69
Losses of vitamin C during boiling and steaming of carrots - with F. Fenton, D. K. Tressler, S. C. Camp, 1938 [view online]
2 70
The relative stability of aromatic and aliphatic monoglycerides - with B. F. Daubert, 1938 [view online]
2 71
An effect of lipid feeding upon vitamin C excretion by rat - with R. R. Musulin, R. H. Tully III, H. E. Longenecker, 1938 [view online]
2 72
Observations on the aerobic oxidation of vitamin C in plant juices - with E. Silverblatt, 1938 [view online]
2 73
Inhibition of respiration and photosynthesis in chlorella pyrenoidosa by organic compounds that inhibit copper catalysis - with L. F. Green, J. F. McCarthy, 1939 [view online]
2 74
The substrate specificity and inhibition characteristics of two copper-protein 'oxidases' - with J. F. McCarthy, L. F. Green, 1939 [view online]
2 75
An acceleration of vitamin C synthesis and excretion by feeding known organic compounds to rats - with H. E. Longenecker, R. R. Musulin, R. H. Tully III, 1939 [view online]
2 76
Vitamin C synthesis and excretion by the rat - with R. R. Musulin, R. H. Tully III, H. E. Longenecker, 1939 [view online]
2 77
Studies on the possible carrier role of ascorbic acid in animal tissues - with M. O. Schultze, C. J. Harrer, 1939 [view online]
2 78
Vitamin C content of vegetables. XII. Broccoli, cauliflower, endive, cantaloup, parsnips, New Zealand spinach, kohlrabi, lettuce and kale - with K. Wheeler, D. K. Tressler, 1939 [view online]
2 79
The water-soluble vitamins, 1939 [view online]
2 80
Reactions of ascorbic acid in vivo, 1939 [view online]
2 81
A method for the preparation of alpha, beta-diglycerides of fatty acids - with B. F. Daubert, 1939 [view online]
2 82
Reduction of dehydroascorbic acid in the stomach and small intestine - with C. J. Harrer, M. O. Schultze, 1939 [view online]
2 83
Nutritional deficiency as a factor in the abnormal behavior of experimental animals - with H. W. Karn, R. A. Patton, 1941 [view online]
2 84
Some specific physiological disturbances induced by marginal vitamin deficiencies (C and B1), 1942 [view online]
2 85
The origin and purpose of nutrition review, 1942 [view online]
2 86
Food restriction and national health, 1943 [view online]
2 87
Food and nutrition as related to the war, 1943 [view online]
2 88
The chemist in postwar nutrition, 1943 [view online]
2 89
The food industries and the universities look ahead together, 1943 [view online]
2 90
Progress made in food and nutrition in spite of wartime handicaps, 1945 [view online]
2 91
Aviation nutrition studies. 1. Effects of pre-flight and in-flight meals of varying composition with respect to carbohydrate, protein and fat - with H. A. Bickerman, W. Bouvet, C. J. Harrer, J. R. Oyler, C. P. Seitz, 1945 [view online]
2 92
Introduction to Symposium on Nutrition Surveys, 1945 [view online]
2 93
The future of nutritional science, 1946 [view online]
2 94
Nutrition research and the food industry, 1946 [view online]
2 95
Recent advances in the science of nutrition, 1946 [view online]
2 96
Progress in foods and nutrition, 1946, 1947 [view online]
2 97
Recent nutritional research in the United States, 1947 [view online]
2 98
Progress in foods and nutrition, 1948 [view online]
2 99
Recent additions to our knowledge of human nutrition, 1948 [view online]
2 100
Changing attitudes toward nutrition, 1948 [view online]
2 101
Good crops favor good conditions, 1949 [view online]
2 102
Discoveries point way to nutritional advances, 1949 [view online]
2 103
New advances in the science of nutrition, 1949 [view online]
2 104
Nutrition in relation to the glyceride oils, 1949 [view online]
2 105
Progress in nutrition research, 1949 [view online]
2 106
Feeding tomorrow's young old men, 1949 [view online]
2 107
new discoveries mark food progress, 1950 [view online]
2 108
Vitamin C, 1950 [view online]
2 109
Food, agriculture and health, 1950 [view online]
2 110
Toward better training and services in medical nutrition, 1950 [view online]
2 111
Factors in the development of new and superior foods, 1950 [view online]
2 112
Tremendous nutrition task ahead, 1951 [view online]
2 113
Basic research in nutrition as a contribution to agriculture and to public health, 1952 [view online]
2 114
Basic research and its application in the field of clinical nutrition, 1952 [view online]
2 115
Foods and nutrition, 1953 [view online]
2 116
The discovery and chemistry of vitamin C, 1953 [view online]
2 117
Better health in balanced diets, 1954 [view online]
2 118
Recent research in nutrition, 1954 [view online]
2 119
Fats are needed in balanced diets, 1954 [view online]
2 120
Educational and economic hazards imposed by faddists, 1954 [view online]
2 121
Foods and nutrition in 1954, 1955 [view online]
2 122
Advances in nutrition research, 1955 [view online]
2 123
The interplay of science and human values in food, 1955 [view online]
2 124
The world search for good quality proteins, 1957 [view online]
2 125
New findings in nutrition research, 1957 [view online]
2 126
Protein supply for human nutrition, 1957 [view online]
2 127
Fats in nutrition and health, 1957 [view online]
2 128
Foods and health are close to your heart, 1958 [view online]
2 129
Advances in nutrition, 1959 [view online]
2 130
The chemist and engineer in fifty years of food processing, 1958 [view online]
2 131
Fats make good foods - where and why are the margins?, 1959 [view online]
2 132
Current trends in lipid and protein nutrition research, 1959 [view online]
2 133
Life, growth and health, 1959 [view online]
2 134
Latest advances in nutrition, 1961 [view online]
2 135
Needs in the food industries, 1961 [view online]
2 136
Nutrition knowledge - what we have learned and what the future holds, 1961 [view online]
2 137
Industrial support of basic research in foods and nutrition, 1962 [view online]
2 138
Protein malnutrition: a major international problem, 1962 [view online]
2 139
Plain talk for the public on agricultural chemicals, 1962 [view online]
2 140
Protecting the nutritive quality of foods, 1963 [view online]
2 141
Research and educational progress in nutrition, 1963 [view online]
2 142
Contributions of nutritional research to world health problems, 1963 [view online]
2 143
The influence of nutrition on intermediary metabolism as studied with the use of isotopes, 1963 [view online]
2 144
A broad view of the problems of additives in foods and foods, 1963 [view online]
2 145
New developments in nutrition - introduction, 1963 [view online]
2 146
Fats in your diet . . . what the shouting's all about, 1963 [view online]
2 147
Agriculture and health, 1964 [view online]
2 148
International nutrition programs, 1965 [view online]
2 149
Opportunities in the International Union of Nutritional Sciences (IUNS) and the International Biological Program, 1965 [view online]
2 150
The history and philosophy of the Food and Nutrition Board including its international activities, 1965 [view online]
2 151
Food, fats and foibles, 1965 [view online]
2 152
Trends in international nutrition programs, 1966 [view online]
2 153
Food technology and public health, 1966 [view online]
2 154
Nutrition and the food industry, 1967 [view online]
2 155
Present knowledge of ascorbic acid (vitamin C), 1968 [view online]
2 156
Food and world population, 1968 [view online]
2 157
Frontiers in nutrition: research, education, and action, 1968 [view online]
2 158
Notes on the history of nutrition in America, 1968 [view online]
2 159
Strategy in the evaluation of novel protein foods, 1968 [view online]
2 160
Fifty years of experience in nutrition and a look to the future 1. Foods and nutrition through fifty years, 1968 [view online]
2 161
Food science history - a look into the past, 1968 [view online]
2 162
Administration in nutrition research, 1969 [view online]
2 163
Biological functions of ascorbic acid, 1969 [view online]
2 164
Some advances in nutrition research, 1969 [view online]
2 165
America's role in world nutrition, 1969 [view online]
2 166
VIIIth International Congress of Nutrition, Prague, Czechoslovakia, August 28-September 5, 1969, 1970 [view online]
2 167
Notes on the history of nutrition in America, 1970 [view online]
2 168
Relations of ascorbic acid to other vitamins, 1970 [view online]
2 169
Protein foods: second stage in the green revolution, 1971 [view online]
2 170
Nutrition, 1971 [view online]
2 171
The biological synthesis of ascorbic acid, 1973 [view online]
2 172
Henry Clapp Sherman, 1875-1955, 1975 [view online]
2 173
The isolation of vitamin C from lemon juice, 1979 [view online]