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JAMA. 1943;121(10):796-798. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840100082041.
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Ersner, Jack S.:  The Treatment of Obesity Due to Dietary Indiscretion (Overeating) with Benzedrine Sulfate , Endocrinology 27:776 ( (Nov.) ) 1940.
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Altschule, M. D., and Iglauer, Arnold:  The Effect of Benzedrine (β-phenylisopropylamine Sulfate) and Paredine (p-Hydroxy-a Methyl-phenylethylamine Hydrobromide) on the Circulation, Metabolism and Respiration in Normal Man , J. Clin. Investigation 19:497 ( (May) ) 1940.
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Dill, D. B.; Johnson, R. E., and Daly, Cornelius:  Metabolic and Cardiovascular Effects of Intramuscular Injections of Adrenalin and Amphetamine , Am. J. M. Sc. 198:702 ( (Nov.) ) 1939.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1097/00000441-193911000-00015]]
Rourke, M. D., and Ernstene, A. C.: J. Clin. Investigation 8:545 ( (June) ) 1930.
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Westergren, A.: Acta med. Scandinav. 54:247 ( (Jan.) ) 1921.
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Linzenmeier, G.: Arch. f. d. oes. Physiol. 181:169, 1920.
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Cutler, J.: Am. J. M. Sc. 171:882 ( (June) ) 1926.
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Allison, S. T., and Myers, Robert:  The Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis with Sulfapyridine , The Journal , (Oct. 28) , 1939, p. 1631.
Birkhaug, Konrad: Sulfonamide Treatment of Experimental Tuberculosis in Guinea Pigs , Chr. Michelsens Institute, Bergen, 1939.
Callomon, Fritz F. T.:  New Derivatives of Diaminodiphenylsulfone , Am. Rev. Tuberc. 47:97 ( (Jan.) ) 1943.
Domagk, Gerhard: Deutsche med. Wehnschr. 61:250 ( (Feb.) 15) 1935
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Feldman, W. H.:  Chemotherapy in Experimental Tuberculosis , Minnesota Med. 35:339 ( (May) ) 1942.
Feldman, W. H., and Hinshaw, H. C:  Sulfapyridine in Experimental Tuberculosis , Am. Rev. Tuberc. 41:732 ( (June) ) 1940.
Feldman, W. H., and Hinshaw, H. C.:  Effect of Sulfapyridine on Experimental Tuberculosis in the Guinea Pig , Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. 14:174 ( (March 15) ) 1939.
Feldman, W. H.; Hinshaw, H. C; Mann, F. C, and Moses, H. E.: The Effect of Promin on Experimental Tuberculosis in the Guinea Pig, Tr. Nat. Tuberc. A., 1942.
Feldman, W. H.; Hinshaw, H. C, and Mann, F. C.: Chemotherapy in Tuberculosis: An Appraisal of Present Evidence and of Future Possibilities, to be published.
Feldman, W. H.; Hinshaw, H. C, and Moses, H. E.:  The Effect of Promin on Experimental Tuberculosis; Preliminary Report , Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. 15:695 ( (Oct. 30) ) 1940.
Feldman, W. H.; Hinshaw, H. C, and Moses, H. E.:  Promin in Experimental Tuberculosis , Am. Rev. Tuberc. 45:303 ( (March) ) 1942.
Feldman, W. H.; Mann, F. C, and Hinshaw, H. C:  Promin in Experimental Tuberculosis , Am. Rev. Tuberc. 46:187 ( (Aug.) ) 1942.
Hall, B. E.; Pfuetze, Karl; Hinshaw, H. C, and Feldman, W. H.:  Effect of Promin on the Blood of Patients with Tuberculosis; Preliminary Report , Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. 17:24 ( (Jan. 14) ) 1942.
Hinshaw, H. C, and Feldman, W. H.:  Treatment of Experimental Tuberculosis , The Journal , (Sept. 27) , 1941, p. 1066.
Hinshaw, H. C; Pfuetze, Karl, and Feldman, W. H.:  Treatment of Tuberculosis with Promin , Am. Rev. Tuberc. 47:26 ( (Jan.) ) 1943.
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