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On the nature of the sugar in blood
Insulin, diabetes, and rewards for discoveries
Diabetes, dreaded disease, yields to new gland cure
Insulin: a new factor in the treatment of diabetes
New treatment for diabetes attains remarkable results
Letter to Dr. J. J. R. Macleod 7/03/1923
Letter to Macleod 26/08/1922
Report of the technical conference for consideration of certain methods of biological standardisation
Insulin: A. B. Brand
Insulin, the new treatment for diabetes: its discovery, development, and present position
Copy of the article: A  step forward in medical ethics
A further investigation of the chemical properties of insulin
On the purification of insulin
The purification of insulin and similar substances by sorption on charcoal and subsequent recovery
Concentration of insulin by adsorption on benzoic acid
Chemical properties of insulin
Insulin a short history of its discovery and development
Letter to Professor W. B. Cannon 29/04/1922
Letter to Dr. Elliott P. Joslin  29/07/1922
Letter to Longmans Green & Company 21/10/1925
Letter to Dr. R. Carrasco-Formiguera 26/05/1922
Effect of insulin (pancreatic extract) on the sugar consumption of the isolated surviving rabbit heart
Possible sources of insulin
The effect of pancreatic extract (insulin) on normal rabbits
Author's preface to Carbohydrate metabolism and insulin

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