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JAMA. 1941;117(14):1182-1183. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820400040011.
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McLester, J. S.:  Studies on Uric Acid of Blood and Urine, with Special Reference to the Influence of Atophan , Arch. Int. Med. 12: 739 ( (Dec.) ) 1913.
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Barbour, H. G., and Lozinsky, E.:  Nontoxicity and Antipyretic Efficiency of Tolysin , J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 8:217 ( (Jan.) ) 1923.
Furth, O., and Kuh, E.:  Biochemical Studies on Absorption of Ethylester of Paramethylphenylcinchoninic Acid (Tolysin) and Its Fate in Metabolism: Fate of Tolysin in Metabolism and Its Toxicity , J. Pharmacol. & Exper. Therap. 38:71 ( (Jan.) ) 1930.
Barbour, H. G., and Gilman, Alfred:  Cinchophen and Paramethylphenyl Cinchoninic Acid Ethyl Ester (Tolysin): A Comparison of the Effects of Administration in Rats , J. Pharmacol. & Exper. Therap. 55:400 ( (Dec.) ) 1935.
von Oettingen, W. F.: The Therapeutic Agents of the Quinoline Group , New York, Chemical Catalog Company, Inc., 1933.
Palmer, W. L., and Woodall, P. S.:  Cinchophen—Is There a Safe Method of Administration? J. A. M. A. 107:760 ( (Sept. 5) ) 1936.
White, E. P. C.:  Study on Series of Arthritic Patients Under Continuous Mono-Iodo-Cinchophen Treatment with Special Reference to Action of Cinchophen Molecule on Liver Tract , J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 17: 17 ( (Oct.) ) 1931.
Snyder, R. G., and others:  The Use of Cinchophen in the Treatment of Chronic Arthritis , J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 21: 541 ( (Feb.) ) 1936.
Weir, J. F., and Comfort, M. W.:  Toxic Cirrhosis Caused by Cinchophen , Arch. Int. Med. 52:685 ( (Nov.) ) 1933.
Quick, A. J.:  Probable Allergic Nature of Cinchophen Poisoning with Special Reference to Arthus Phenomenon and with Precautions to Be Followed in Cinchophen Administration , Am. J. M. Sc. 187:115 ( (Jan.) ) 1934.
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Short, C. L., and Bauer, Walter:  Cinchophen Hypersensitiveness: Report of Four Cases and Review , Ann. Int. Med. 6: 1449 ( (May) ) 1933.
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Köhne, Gisbert:  Leberschädigung nach Atophanpräparaten , Klin. Wchnschr. 17:887 ( (June 18) ) 1938.
Brugsch, T., and Horsters, Hans:  Cholerese und Choleretica, ein Beitrag zur Physiologie der Galle , Ztschr. f. d. ges. Med. 38:367 ( (Aug. 13) ) 1923.
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Boros, Edwin:  Hay Fever and Asthma During and After Jaundice: Ascites Due to Cinchophen Poisoning , J. A. M. A. 109: 113 ( (July 10) ) 1937.
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Eaton, Ernest Risley:  A Systemic Treatment for Chronic Arthritis , Clin. Med. & Surg. 42:224 ( (May) ) 1935.

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