Insulin: Lecture by Professor J. J. R. Macleod, F.R.S. (Toronto) delivered July 24th, 1923
Macleod, J. J. R. (John James Rickard), 1876-1935
International Physiological Congress
17 p. ; 26 x 18 cm.
Describes the physiological action of insulin injected in animals and methods of preparing the extract.
MS. COLL. 76 (Banting), Box 42, Folder 14
Printed lecture. Lecture delivered to the 11th International Physiological Congress, Edinburgh (July 24, 1923)
The Effect of Insulin on the Metabolism of Carbohydrates and Fats in Experimental pancreatic Diabetes.- The Therapeutic Effects of Insulin in Diabetic Mellitus.- The Effect of Insulin on the Blood-Sugar of Normal Animals.- The Hypoglycaemic Symptoms.- The Pharmacological Assay of Insulin.- The Effect of Insulin in Experimental Hyperglyaemia.- The Physiological Mechanism by which Insulin Lowers the Blood-Sugar.- The Source of Insulin in the Higher Animals.- The Chemical Reactions and the Preparation of Insulin.
International Physiological Congress Proceedings
Insulin - PhysiologyInternational Physiological Congress. (11th : 1923 : Edinburgh)