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Abstract 1. A modificationhas been described for the Shock and Hastings technic of determining simultaneously, in 0.1 ml. aliquots of blood, the pH,CO 2 . content, and packed cell volume. Advantages of the modification are collection and handling of the blood in a way that avoids the use of oil,...
Abstract The Allen volumetric method for plasma fat has been modified by calibration to include the percentage of olive-oil recovery. The values obtained from calibration with mercury are corrected for the 125 per cent recovery of the oil. The validity of the entire procedure has been discussed....
Abstract A method has been described for the determination of both iodine and thiocyanogen numbers of the fat isolated from human blood plasma by the Allen volumetric method. The values found in 13 normal individuals varied from 111 to 157 for iodine number and from 64 to 122 for thiocyanogen...
Abstract The results obtained here consistently failed to show deviations from Beer's law for optical densities less than 1.4, and the use of scanning as a convenient method for differential protein estimations would appear to be justified. The methods described may enable other workers to make...
Abstract In the article, "A Note on Quantitative Urobilinogen Determinations", by Bernard Balikov, Vol. 1, 264 (August 1955), the abscissa label of Fig. 1, page 265, should read "2% glacial acetic acid assumed to yield 100% recovery." © 1955 The American Association of Clinical Chemists, Inc. «...
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