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JAMA. 1941;117(5):361-365. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820310033010.
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Wieland, H., and Sorge, H.: Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem. 97:1, 1916.
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Sobotka, H.:  The Chemistry of the Bile Acids and Related Substances , Chem. Rev. 15:311 ( (Dec.) ) 1934.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1021/cr60052a002]]
Boedecker, F., and Volk, H.: Ber. d. Deutschen chem. Gesellsch. 53: 1852, 1920
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54: 2302, 1921
Sobotka, Harry: The Chemistry of the Sterids , Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Company, 1938, p. 128.
Wieland, H., and Revery, G.:  Untersuchungen über die Gallensauren: XXI. Zur Kenntnis der menschlichen Galle , Ztschr. physiol. Chem. 140: 186, 1924.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1515/bchm2.1924.140.3-4.186]]
Sobotka, H.: Physiological Chemistry of Bile , Williams and Wilkins Co., Baltimore, 1937, pp. 119, 125.
Schoenheimer, R.:  Increasing Cholesterol Absorption with Deoxycholic Acid , Bio. Ztschr. 147:258, 1924.
Schoenheimer, R., and Hrdina, L.:  Etiology of Gallstones: I. Chemical Factors , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 28:944, 1931.
Spanner, G. O., and Bauman, L.:  The Behavior of Cholesterol and Other Bile Constituents in Solutions of Bile Salts , J. Biol. Chem. 98: 181, 1932.
Andrews, E.; Schoenheimer, R., and Hrdina, L.:  Chemical Factors and the Role of the Gallbladder: Etiology of Gallstones , Arch. Surg. 25: 796 ( (Oct.) ) 1932.
Bashour, J. T., and Bauman, L.:  The Solubility of Cholesterol in Bile Salt Solutions , J. Biol. Chem. 121:1 ( (Oct.) ) 1937.
Colp, R., and Doubilet, H.:  Differential Analysis of Bile Acids in Human Gallbladder Bile , Arch. Surg. 33:913 ( (Dec.) ) 1936
Doubilet, H., and Colp, R.:  Differential Analysis of Bile Acids in Human Bile from Fistulas , Arch. Surg. 34: 149 ( (Jan.) ) 1937.
Doubilet, H.:  Hepatic Excretion in Man of the Various Bile Acids Following Their Oral Administration , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 36: 50 ( (Feb.) ) 1937.
Pohl, J.:  The Physiologic Action of Bile Acids , Ztschr. f. d. ges. exper. Med. 30:423, 1922.
Greaves, J. D., and Schmidt, C. L. A.:  Role Played by Bile in the Absorption of Vitamin D in the Rat , J. Biol. Chem. 102: 101, 1933
 On the Absorption and Utilization of Carotene and Vitamin A in Choledochocolonostomized Vitamin A Deficient Rats , Am. J. Physiol. 111:492 ( (April) ) 1935
 Relation of Certain Bile Acids to Absorption of B-Carotene in the Rat , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 36:434 ( (May) ) 1937
 Relation of Bile to Absorption of Vitamin E in the Rat , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 37:40 ( (July) ) 1937.
Ivy, A. C., and Berman, A. L.:  The Rationale of Bile Salt Therapy in Biliary Tract Disease , Minnesota Med. 22:815 ( (Dec.) ) 1939.
Crandall, L. A., and Ivy, H. B.:  Bile Salts and Fat Absorption , Abstr.: Rev. Gastroenterol. 7:300 ( (May) -June) 1940.
Irvin, J. L.; Kopla, J., and Johnston, C. G.: Am. J. Physiol. 132: 202 ( (Feb.) ) 1941.
Rhoads, J. E.  The Relation of Vitamin K to the Hemorrhagic Tendency in Obstructive Jaundice, with a Report on Cerophyl as a Source of Vitamin K , Surgery 5:794 ( (May) ) 1939.
Butt, H. R.; Snell, A. M., and Osterberg, A. E.:  Further Observations on the Use of Vitamin K in the Prevention and Control of the Hemorrhagic Diathesis in Cases of Jaundice , Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. 13:753 ( (Nov. 30) ) 1938
 The Preoperative Administration of Vitamin K to Patients Having Jaundice , J. A. M. A. 113:383 ( (July 29) ) 1939
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Warner, E. D.; Brinkhaus, K. M., and Smith, H. P.:  Bleeding Tendency of Obstructive Jaundice: Prothrombin Deficiency and Dietary Factors , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 37:628 ( (Jan.) ) 1938.
Brinkhaus, K. M.; Smith, H. P., and Warner, E. D.:  Prothrombin Deficiency and the Bleeding Tendency in Obstructive Jaundice and in Biliary Fistula: Effect of Feeding Bile and Alfalfa (Vitamin K) , Am. J. M. Sc. 196: 50 ( (July) ) 1938.
Pohle, F. J., and Stewart, J. K.:  Observations on Plasma Prothrombin and Effects of Vitamin K in Patients with Liver or Biliary Tract Disease , J. Clin. Investigation 19:365 ( (March) ) 1940.
Ravdin, I. S.:  Some Recent Advances in Surgical Therapeusis , Ann. Surg. 109:321 ( (March) ) 1939.
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Terrell, T. C.:  Comparative Study of Foille with Tannic Acid and Tannic Acid Preparations in the Treatment of Burns , Texas State J. Med. 34: 409 ( (Oct.) ) 1938.
Galt, Sidney:  The Use of Foille in the Treatment of Burns , Dallas M. J. 25:81 ( (July) ) 1939.
Underhill, F. P.; Kapsinow, Robert, and Fisk, M. E.:  Studies on Mechanism of Water Exchange in Animal Organism; Nature and Effects of Superficial Burns , Am. J. Physiol. 95:302 ( (Nov.) ) 1930
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Kapsinow, Robert:  Rate of Absorption from Extensive Superficial Burns , New Orleans M. & S. J. 85:597 ( (Feb.) ) 1933.
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Nagel, Patrick:  Use of Antiseptic Anesthetic Agent Locally in Extensive Burn , Oklahoma State M. J. 33:14 ( (Jan.) ) 1940.
Noland, Lloyd, and Wilson, C. H.:  More Recent Ideas in the Treatment of Burns , J. M. A. Alabama 10: 157 ( (Nov.) ) 1940.
Bettman, A. C.:  The Rationale of Tannic Acid-Silver Nitrate Treatment of Burns , J. A. M. A. 108: 1490 ( (May) ) 1937.
Blackfield, H. M., and Goldman, Leon:  Burns in Children , J. A. M. A. 112:2235 ( (June 3) ) 1939.
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