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JAMA. 1938;110(9):650-651. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790090032011.
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Hess, A. F., and Unger, L. J.:  Canned Tomatoes as an Antiscorbutic , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 16:11918
 Scurvy VIII. Factors Affecting the Antiscorbutic Value of Food , Am. J. Dis. Child. 17:221 ( (April) ) 1919.
Elmer Stotz, C. J. Harrer, and C. G. King ( A Study of "Ascorbic Acid Oxidase" in Relation to Copper , J. Biol. Chem. 119:511 [ (July) ] 1937)
Bessey, O. A., and King, C. G.:  The Distribution of Vitamin C in Plant and Animal Tissues and Its Determination , J. Biol. Chem. 103: 687-698 ( (Dec.) ) 1933.
Daniel, Esther P.; Kennedy, Mary H., and Munsell, Hazel E.:  Relative Vitamin C Content of Orange and Tomato Juices Determined Chemically and Biologically , J. Home Econ. 28:470-474 ( (Sept.) ) 1936.
Hou, H. C.:  Some Differences in the Values Obtained by the Chemical and Biological Assays of Vitamin C in Certain Foods , Chinese J. Physiol. 9:291-297 ( (Aug.) ) 1935.
Guerrant, N. B.; Rasmussen, R. A., and Dutcher, R. A.:  The Value of the Chemical Titration Method in Determining the Vitamin C Potency of Certain Food Substances , J. Nutrition 9: 667-675 ( (June) ) 1935.
E. M. Nelson has pointed out (J. A. Off. Agric. Chem. 20:206-208 [ (May) ] 1937)
Tripp, Francis; Satterfield, G. H., and Holmes, A. D.:  Varietal Differences in the Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) Content of Tomatoes , J. Home Econ. 29:258-262 ( (April) ) 1937.
Mack, M. J.; Fellers, C. R.; Maclinn, W. A., and Bean, D. A.:  Vitamin C Content of Dairy Orange Beverages , Food Research 1: 223-230 ( (May) -June) 1936.
Daniel, Esther P., and Rutherford, Marjorie B.:  Effect of Home Canning and Storage on Ascorbic Acid Content of Tomatoes , Food Research 1:341-347 ( (July) -Aug.) 1936.
Cowgill, G. R.:  The Vitamin Requirements of Man , J. Am. Dietet. A. 13:195 ( (Sept.) ) 1937.
Everson, Gladys J., and Daniels, Amy L.:  Vitamin C Studies with Children of Preschool Age , J. Nutrition 12:15 ( (July) ) 1936.
Rose, Mary S.: A Laboratory Handbook for Dietetics , ed. 4, New York, Macmillan Company, 1937, p. 25.
van Eekelen, Marie:  On the Amount of Ascorbic Acid in Blood and Urine: The Daily Human Requirements for Ascorbic Acid , Biochem. J. 30:2291 ( (Dec.) ) 1936.
Heinemann, Martin:  On the Relation Between Diet and Urinary Output of Thiosulfate (and Ascorbic Acid): II. Human Requirements for Vitamin C , Biochem. J. 30:2299 ( (Dec.) ) 1936.
Daniel, Esther P., and Rutherford, Marjorie B.:  Ascorbic Acid Content of a Number of Citrus Fruits , J. Agric. Res. 54: 689-693 ( (May) ) 1937.

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