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Council on Foods and Nutrition

JAMA. 1945;127(15):985-989. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860150029007.
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Tiselius, A.:  Electrophoresis of Serum Globulin: Electrophoretic Analysis of Normal and Immune Serum , Biochem. J. 31:1464-1477 ( (Sept.) ) 1937.
Cohn, E. J.; Oncley, J. L.; Strong, L. F.; Hughes, W. L., Jr., and Armstrong, S. H., Jr.:  The Characterization of the Protein Fractions of Human Plasma , J. Clin. Investigation 23:417-432 ( (July) ) 1944.
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Bruckman, F. S., and Peters, J. P.:  The Plasma in Relation to Blood Hydration: V. Serum Protein and Malnutritional and Cachectic Edema , J. Clin. Investigation 8:591-595 ( (June) ) 1930.
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Rose, W. C.; Haines, W. J.; Johnson, J. E., and Warner, D. T.:  Further Experiments on the Role of Amino Acids in Human Nutrition , J. Biol. Chem. 148:457-458 ( (May) ) 1943.
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Zimmer, R.; Weill, J., and Dubois, M.:  The Nutritional Situation in the Camps of the Unoccupied Zone in France in 1941 and 1942 and Its Consequences , New England J.Med. 230-303-314 ( (March 16) ) 1944.
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Hegsted, D. M.; McKibbin, J. M., and Stare, F. J.:  The Nutrition Value of Human Plasma for the Rat , J. Clin. Investigation 23: 705-707 ( (Sept.) ) 1944.
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Hegsted, D. M., and Stare, F. J.: Unpublished observations.
Parkins, W. M.; Koop, C. E.; Riegel, C.; Vars, H. M., and Lockwood, J. S.:  Gelatin as a Plasma Substitute, with Particular Reference to Experimental Hemorrhage and Burn Shock , Ann. Surg. 118: 193-214 ( (Aug.) ) 1943.
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Brunschwig, A.; Scott, V. B.; Corbin, N., and Moe, R.:  Observations on the Intravenous Injection of Gelatin for Nutritional Purposes , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 52:46-48 ( (Jan.) ) 1943.
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Whipple, G. H.:  Hemoglobin and Plasma Proteins: Their Production, Utilization and Interrelation , Am. J. M. Sc. 203:477-489 ( (April) ) 1942.


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