The Discovery and Early Development of Insulin

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Letter to Dr. J. J. R. MacLeod 8/12/1922
United States patent no. 1,027,790: pancreas preparation suitable for the treatment of diabetes
Application for United States patent no. 1,027,790: pancreas preparation suitable for the treatment of diabetes
Specification forming part of letter of patent No. 691, 681: aseptic preparation from pancreas and process of producing same
Draft copy of the patent for insulin manufacture in Great Britain
Denmark patent No. 34874
Letter to J. J. R. Macleod 23/08/1922
Letter to Dr. F. G. Banting concerning the Reeve Prize 14/10/1922
Letter to Dr. Banting 24/10/1922
Assignment to the Governors of the University of Toronto
The Banting and Best Medical Research Act, 1923
United States patent no. 1,470,024: method of preparation of an extract, obtainable from the mammalian pancreas or from the related glands of fishes, useful in the treatment of diabetes mellitus