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JAMA. 1937;108(7):556-557. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780070040013.
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Mendel, L. B.:  Our Changing Food Habits , in Your Weight and How to Control It , edited by Morris Fishbein, New York, George H. Doran Company, 1927.
Biester, Alice; Wood, Mildred W., and Wahlin, Cecile S.:  Carbohydrate Studies: I. The Relative Sweetness of Pure Sugars , Am. J. Physiol. 73:387 ( (July) ) 1925
Chem. Abstr. 19:3097 ( (Oct. 20) ) 1925.
Deuel, H. J., Jr.:  The Intermediary Metabolism of Fructose and Galactose , Physiol. Rev. 16:173 ( (April) ) 1936.
Maile, W. C. D., and Scott, K. J. L.:  Further Observations on the "Digestibility" of Common Foodstuffs as Determined by Radiography , Lancet 1: 1500 ( (June 29) ) 1935.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1016/S0140-6736(01)12513-4]]
Cori, C. F.:  The Fate of Sugar in the Animal Body: I. The Rate of Absorption of Hexoses and Pentoses from the Intestinal Tract , J. Biol. Chem. 66: 691 ( (Dec.) ) 1925.
Folin, Otto, and Berglund, Hilding:  Some New Observations and Interpretations with Reference to Transportation, Retention and Excretion of Carbohydrates , J. Biol. Chem. 51:213 ( (March) ) 1922.
Foster, G. L.:  Studies on Carbohydrate Metabolism: I. Some Comparisons of Blood Sugar Concentrations in Venous and Finger Blood , J. Biol. Chem. 55:291 ( (Feb.) ) 1923.
Carpenter, T. M., and Lee, R. C.:  The Effect of Glucose and Fructose on the Human Respiratory Quotient and Alveolar Air , J. Nutrition 6: 55 ( (Jan.) ) 1933.
Deuel, H. J., Jr.; Gulick, Margaret, and Butts, J. S.:  Studies on Ketosis: II. The Comparative Ketolytic Action of Glucose, Galactose, Fructose and Sucrose , J. Biol. Chem. 98:333 ( (Oct.) ) 1932.
Clark, D. E., and Murlin, J. R.:  The Effects of Glucose, Fructose and Galactose on Ketosis, Produced by Anterior Pituitary Extract and by Pancreatectomy , J. Nutrition 12:469 ( (Nov.) ) 1936.
Murlin, W. R., and Manly, R. S.:  Comparative Effects of Glucose, Sucrose and Fructose on Ketone Substance Produced in Phlorhizinized Dogs , J. Nutrition 12:491 ( (Nov.) ) 1936.
Murlin, J. R.; Nasset, E. S.; Murlin, W. R., and Manly, R. S.:  The Rate of Ketogenesis in Human Subjects on High Fat Diets, as Influenced by Different Sugars , J. Nutrition 12:645 ( (Dec.) ) 1936.
Dill, D. B.:  The Economy of Muscular Exercise , Physiol. Rev. 16: 263 ( (April) ) 1936.
Levine, S. A.; Gordon, Burgess, and Derick, C. L.:  Some Changes in the Chemical Constituents of the Blood Following a Marathon Race , J. A. M. A. 82: 1778 ( (May 31) ) 1924.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/jama.1924.02650480034015]]
Gordon, Burgess; Kohn, L. A.; Levine, S. A.; Matton, Marcel; Scriver, W. deM., and Whiting, W. B.:  Sugar Content of the Blood in Runners Following a Marathon Race , J. A. M. A. 85: 508 ( (Aug. 15) ) 1925.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/jama.1925.02670070028009]]
Haggard, H. W., and Greenberg, L. A.: Diet and Physical Efficiency: The Influence of Frequency of Meals upon Physical Effificiency and Industrial Productivity , New Haven, Yale University Press, 1935.
Bøje, Ove:  The Blood Sugar During and After Physical Exercise, Skandinav . Arch. f. Physiol. , (Supp. 10) , 74: 1, 1936.


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