The occurrence of ketone bodies in the urine of normal rabbits in a condition of hypoglycemia following the administration of insulin [and two other papers]
Collip, J. B. (James Bertram), 1892-1965
Journal of Biological Chemistry
4 p. ; 23 x 15 cm.
Item is an offprint containing three short papers: The Occurrence of Ketone Bodies in the Urine of Normal Rabbits in a Condition of Hypoglycemia Following the Administration of Insulin - A condition of acute acidosis experimentally produced; The Demonstration of an Insulin-like substance in the Tissues of the Clam (mya arenaria); and The Original Method as Used for the Isolation of Insulin in Semipure Form for the Treatment of the First Clinical Cases.
MS. COLL. 269 (Collip), Item 7
Offprint. Reprinted from the Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol. 55, no. 2 (Feb. 1923)
HypoglycemiaInsulin - Early manufactureInsulin - PhysiologyRabbits as laboratory animalsClams as laboratory animals