The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Volume 20

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American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 1915 - Biochemistry
Vols. 3-140 include the society's Proceedings, 1907-41
 

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Page 482 - The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, 66th Street and Avenue A, New York City. The Journal of Biological Chemistry is designed for the prompt publication of original investigations of a chemical nature in the biological sciences. It is issued monthly. Each volume consists of as many numbers as are required to make a total of between five and six hundred pages.
Page 96 - The Journal of Biological Chemistry is designed for the prompt publication of original investigations of a chemical nature in the biological sciences. It is issued monthly. Each volume consists of as many numbers as are required to make a total of between five and six hundred pages. The price of The Journal to subscribers in the United States and Canada is
Page 482 - is designed for the prompt publication of original investigations of a chemical nature in the biological sciences. It is issued monthly. Each volume consists of as many numbers as are required to make a total of between five and six hundred pages.
Page 174 - The Journal of Biological Chemistry is designed for the prompt publication of original investigations of a chemical nature in the biological sciences. It is issued monthly. Each volume consists of as many numbers as are required to make a total of between five and six hundred pages. The price of The Journal to subscribers in the United States and Canada is $3.00 per volume; in other countries, $3.25.
Page 658 - then added. The tube is now centrifuged for one or two minutes, the supernatant liquid poured off, and to the residue in the bottom of the tube are added five or six drops of freshly prepared saturated hydrogen sulphide water, and one drop of
Page 536 - is the result of the decomposition of the proteins with sulphuric acid. The iodothyrin so obtained is about 4 per cent of the total weight of the dried thyroid. It has some physiologic activity, but the original claim of Baumann that it is the physiologically active principle of the thyroid has long since been disproved. Other decomposition products have been obtained by
Page 201 - The tissues contain a substance which can absorb oxygen from their surroundings to form an organic peroxide, and by the help of a peroxidase can transfer this oxygen to amino
Page 664 - acid 3 in a casserole and the mixture is heated to boiling for a moment. The casserole is then removed from the flame and 200 cc. of boiling distilled water are added. The mixture is then poured upon a folded filter, and the residue washed with 50 cc. of boiling water (heated in the same casserole in which the original coagulation took place).

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