The Discovery and Early Development of Insulin

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The story of insulin
A propos de l'insuline
Le diabète et son traitement
Frederick Grant Banting, 1891-1941
Sir Frederick Banting
Men and books : Memories of a fellow artist, Frederick Grant Banting
The physiology of insulin and its source in the animal body: Nobel lecture delivered at Stockholm on May 26th 1925
Cameron prize lectures on the nature of control of the metabolism of carbohydrates in the animal body
The sugar of the blood
Insulin and diabetes: a general statement of the physiological and therapeutic effects of insulin
James Bertram Collip 1892-1965
Early clinical experiences with insulin
Anabasis
The effect of insulin on the metabolism of normal dogs
The influence of insulin on glycogen formation in normal animals
The effect on the blood sugar of fish of various conditions including removal of the principal islets (isletectomy)
Insulin
The physiologic functions of insulin
The physiological assay of insulin based on its effects on the hyperglycemia following glucose injections and epinephrin
Insulin and glycolysis
Observations on the physiological assay of insulin
The influence of the nutritional condition of the animal on the hypoglycaemia produced by insulin
The possible control of the internal secretion of insulin by the vagus nerve
The influence of insulin on the glycogen content of the liver during hyperglycaemia
The effect of insulin on phloridzin diabetes in dogs

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