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JAMA. 1940;114(24):2402-2406. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810240056022.
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van Prohaska, John; Dragstedt, L. R., and Harms, H. P.:  The Relation of Pancreatic Juice to the Fatty Infiltration and Degeneration of the Liver in the Depancreatized Dog , Am. J. Physiol. 117:166 ( (Sept.) ) 1936.
Harms, H. P.; van Prohaska, John, and Dragstedt, L. R.:  The Relaation of Pancreatic Juice to Pancreatic Diabetes , Am. J. Physiol. 117:160 ( (Sept.) ) 1936.
Dragstedt, L. R., van Prohaska, John and Harms, H. P.:  Observations on a Substance in Pancreas (A Fat Metabolizing Hormone) Which Permits Survival and Prevents Liver Changes in Depancreatized Dogs , Am. J. Physiol. 117:175 ( (Sept.) ) 1936.
Goodpasture, W. C.; Vermeulen, Cornelius; Donovan, P. B., and Dragstedt, L. R.:  The Bromsulphalein Liver Function as a Method of Assay of Lipocaic , Am. J. Physiol. 124:642 ( (Dec.) ) 1938.
Dragstedt, L. R.:  Lipocaic, A New Pancreas Hormone , Northwest Med. 37:33 ( (Feb.) ) 1938.
Stewart, C. D.; Clark, D. E.; Dragstedt, L. R., and Becker, S.W.:  The Experimental Use of Lipocaic in the Treatment of Psoriasis , J. Invest. Dermat. 2:219 ( (Aug.) ) 1939.
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Dragstedt, L. R.; Donovan, P. B.; Clark, D. E.; Goodpasture, W. C., and Vermeulen, Cornelius:  The Relation of Lipocaic to the Blood and Liver Lipids of Depancreatized Dogs , Am. J. Physiol. 127:755 ( (Nov.) ) 1939.
Dragstedt, L. R.; Clark, D. E., and Vermeulen, Cornelius:  The Significance of Lipocaic in Surgery , Ann. Surg. 110:907 ( (Nov.) ) 1939.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1097/00000658-193911000-00010]]
Dragstedt, L. R.; Vermeulen, Cornelius; Goodpasture, W. C.; Donovan, P. B., and Geer, W. A.:  Lipocaic and Fatty Infiltration of the Liver in Pancreatic Diabetes , Arch. Int. Med. 64:1017 ( (Nov.) ) 1939.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/archinte.1939.00190050123009]]
Dragstedt, L. R.:  The Present Status of Lipocaic , The Journal , (Jan. 6) , 1940, p. 29.


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