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DANIELS, A., AND NICHOLS: The nutritive value of the soy bean. J. Biol. Chem., 1917, xxxii, 91.

DANIELS, A., AND LOUGHLIN, R.: Feeding experiments with peanuts. J. Biol. Chem., 1918, xxxiii, 295.

DANIELS, A., AND MCCLURG: The influence of high temperatures and dilute alkalies on the antineuritic properties of foods. J. Biol. Chem., 1919, xxxvii, 201.

DANIELS, A., AND LOUGHLIN, R.: Note on the fat-soluble growth promoting substance in lard and cotton seed oil. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xlii, 359.

DANIELS, A., AND LOUGHLIN, R.: A deficiency in heat treated milks. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xliv, 381.

DANIELS, A., BYFIELD, A. H., AND LOUGHLIN, R.: The rle of the antineuritic vitamine in the artificial feeding of infants. Am. J. Dis. Chil., 1919, xviii, 546.

DECAISNE, E.: Gaz. med., 1871, xxvi, 317.

DEGREZ, A., AND BIERRY, H.: Equilibre azote et carence des vitamines. Compt. rend. 1920, clxx, 1209.

DEIACO, P.: Ueber lokalisation und natur der pellagrosen hautsymptome. Wien. klin. Wochenschr., 1907, xx, 967.

DELF, E. M.: The antiscorbutic value of cabbage. I. The antiscorbutic and growth promoting properties of raw and heated cabbage. Biochem. J., 1918, xii, 416.

DELF, E. M., AND SKELTON, R. F.: The antiscorbutic value of cabbage. II. The effect of drying on the antiscorbutic and growth promoting properties of cabbage. Biochem. J., 1918, xii, 448.

DELF, E. M.: The effect of heat on the antiscorbutic accessory factor of vegetable and fruit juices. Biochem. J., 1920, xiv, 211.

DENTON, M., AND KOHMAN: Feeding experiments with raw and boiled carrots. J. Biol. Chem., 1918, xxxvi, 249.

DRUMMOND, J. C., AND FUNK, C.: The chemical investigation of the phosphotungstic precipitate from rice polishings. Biochem. J., 1914, viii, 598.

DRUMMOND, J. C.: Observations upon the growth of chickens under laboratory conditions. Biochem. J., 1916, x, 77.

DRUMMOND, J. C.: The growth of rats upon artificial diets containing lactose. Biochem. J., 1916, x, 89.

DRUMMOND, J. C.: A study of the water-soluble accessory growth promoting substance in yeast. I. Biochem. J., 1917, xi, 255.

DRUMMOND, J. C.: A comparative study of tumour and normal tissue growth. Biochem. J., 1917, xi, 325.

DRUMMOND, J. C.: A study of the water-soluble accessory substance. II. Its influence upon the nutrition and nitrogen metabolism of the rat. Biochem. J., 1918, xii, 25.

DRUMMOND, J. C.: Note on the rle of the antiscorbutic factor in nutrition. Biochem. J., 1919, xiii, 77.

DRUMMOND, J. C.: Nutrition on diets practically devoid of fats. J. Physiol. 1920, liv, p. xxx, Proc. Physiol. Soc.

DRUMMOND, J. C.: Research on the fat-soluble accessory substance. I. Observations on its nature and properties. Biochem. J., 1919, xiii, 81.

DRUMMOND, J. C.: Research on the fat-soluble accessory substance. II. Observation on its rle in nutrition and influence on fat metabolism. Biochem. J., 1919, xiii, 95.

DRUMMOND, J. C.: The nomenclature of the so-called accessory food factors. Biochem. J., 1920, xiv, 660.

DRUMMOND, J. C., AND COWARD, K. H.: Researches on the fat-soluble accessory substance. III. Technique. Biochem. J., 1920, xiv, 661.

DRUMMOND, J. C., AND COWARD, K. H.: Researches on the fat-soluble accessory substance. IV. Nuts as a source of vitamine A. Biochem. J., 1920, xiv, 665.

DRUMMOND, J. C., AND COWARD, K. H.: Researches on the fat-soluble accessory substance. V. The nutritive value of animal and vegetable oils and fats considered in relation to their color. Biochem. J., 1920, xiv, 668.

DRUMMOND, J. C., AND COWARD, K. H.: Researches on the fat soluble accessory substance. VI. The effect of heat and oxygen on he nutritive value of butter. Biochem. J. 1920, xiv, 744.

DRUMMOND, J. C., GOLDING, J., ZILVA, S. S., AND COWARD, K. H.: The nutritive value of lard. Biochem. J., 1920, xiv, 742.

DRUMMOND, J. C.: Some aspects of infant feeding. Lancet, London, 1918, ii, 482.

DUBIN, H. E., AND LEWI, M. J.: A stable vitamine product. Amer. J. Med. Sci., 1920, clix, 362.

DUBIN, H. E.: The preparation of a stable vitamine product and its value in nutrition. Science, li, 71, 1920.

DURAND, J. I.: The influence of diet on the development and health of the teeth. J. Am. Med. Assn., 1916, lxvii, 564.

DUTCHER, R. A.: Vitamine Studies. I. Observations on the catalase activity of tissues in avian polyneuritis. J. Biol. Chem., 1918, xxxvi, 63.

DUTCHER, R. A., AND COLLATZ: Vitamine Studies. II. Does water-soluble vitamine function as a catalase activator. J. Bio. Chem., 1918, xxxvi, 547.

DUTCHER, R. A.: Vitamine Studies. III. Observations on the curative properties of honey, nectar and corn pollen in avian polyneuritis. J. Biol. Chem., 1918, xxxvi, 551.

DUTCHER, R. A.: Vitamine Studies. IV. Antineuritic properties of certain physiological stimulants. J. Biol. Chem., 1919, xxxix, 63.

DUTCHER, R. A., PARSONS, E. M., AND BIESTER, A.: The antiscorbutic properties of raw lean beef. Science, 1919, l, 184.

DUTCHER, R. A., PIERSON, E. M., AND BIESTER, A.: Vitamine Studies. V. The antiscorbutic properties of raw beef. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xlii, 301.

DUTCHER, R. A., DAHLE, C. D., ECKELS, C. H., MEAD, S. W., AND SCHAEFFER, 0. G.: Vitamine Studies. VI. The influence of the diet of the cow upon the nutritive and antiscorbutic properties of milk. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xlv, 119.

DUTCHER, R. A.: The nature and function of the antineuritic vitamine. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., vi, 10 (1920).

DUTCHER, R. A., AND PIERSON, E. M.: Rhubarb as an antiscorbutic. Science, li, 70 (1920).

DUTCHER, R. A., KENNEDY, C., AND ECKELS, C. H.: The influence of the diet of the cow upon the fat-soluble and water-soluble vitamines of cow's milk. Science lii, 588 (1920).

DYKE, H. W.: Outbreak of scurvy in the S. African Native Labour Corps. Lancet, London, 1918, ii, 513.

EDDY, W. H.: The isolation of a growth producing substance from sheep pancreas. J. Biol. Chem., 1916, xxvii, 113.

EDDY, W. H., AND STEVENSON, H. C.: Studies in the vitamine content. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xliii, 295.

EDDY, W. H., AND ROPER, J. C.: The use of pancreatic vitamine in marasmus. Am. J. Dis. Children, 1917, xiv, 189.

EDDY, W. H., AND ROPER, J. C.: The use of pancreatic vitamine in cases of infant malnutrition. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med., 1916, xiv, 52.

EDDY, W. H., AND CALKINS, G. N.: The action of pancreatic vitamine on the metabolic activity of paramecium. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med., 1917, xiv, 162.

EDDY, W. H.: Further observations on pancreatic vitamine. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med., 1917, xiv, 164.

EDDY, W. H., AND STEVENSON, H. C.: The suitability of the Bachman test for water-soluble B. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med., 1919, xvii, 52.

EDDY, W. H., AND STEVENSON, H. C.: Some results with a new technique in vitamine measurement, 1920, xvii, 268.

EDDY, W. H., HEFT, H. L., STEVENSON, H. C., AND JOHNSON, R.: The yeast test as a measure of vitamine content. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med. 1921, xviii, 138.

EDDY, W. H.: Further studies of the use of water-soluble vitamine in the treatment of infant malnutrition. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xli, p. xxxiv Proc.

EDDY, W. H.: The Vitamines—a bibliographic review. Abstr. Bacteriol., 1919, iii, 313.

EDIE, E. S., AND SIMPSON, G. C. E.: Annals Trop. Med. and Parsitol. 1911, v, 313.

EDIE, E. S., EVANS, W. H., MOORE, B., SIMPSON, G. C. E., AND WEBSTER, A.: The antineuritic bases of vegetable origin in relationship to beri-beri with a method of isolating torulin, the antineuritic base of yeast. Biochem. J., 1912, vi, 234.

EIJKMAN: Eine beri-beri-aehnliche Krankheit der Huehner. Arch. f. path. anat. Berlin, 1897, cxlviii, 523.

EIJKMAN: Arch. f. Hyg. Munchen. u. Berlin, 1906, lviii, 150.

EMMETT, A. D., AND MCKIM: The value of the yeast vitamine factors as a supplement to rice diet. J. Biol. Chem., 1917, xxxii, 409.

EMMETT, A. D., AND LUROS, G. 0.: The stability of lactalbumin toward heat. J. Biol. Chem., 1919, xxxviii, 257.

EMMETT, A. D., AND ALLEN, F. P.: Nutritional studies on the growth of frog larvae. J. Biol. Chem., 1919, xxxviii, 325.

EMMETT, A. D., AND LUROS, G. O.: The absence of fat soluble A vitamine in certain ductless glands. J. Biol. Chem., 1919, xxxviii, 441.

EMMETT, A. D., ALLEN, F. P., AND STURTEVANT, M.: Relation of vitamine and iodine to the size and development of the tadpole. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xli, p. liv; Proc.

EMMETT, A. D., AND LUROS, G. 0.: Are the antineuritic and water-soluble B vitamines the same? J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xli, p. vii, Proc.

EMMETT, A. D., AND ALLEN, F. P.: Pathogenesis due to vitamine deficiency in the rat. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xli, p. liii, Proc.

EMETT, A. D., AND LUROS, G. O.: Water-soluble vitamine I. Are the antineuritic and growth promoting water-soluble B the same? J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xliii, 265.

EMETT, A. D., AND STOCKHOLM, M.: Water-soluble vitamines. II. The relation of antineuritic and water-soluble B vitamines to the yeast growth promoting stimulus. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xliii, 287.

EMETT, A. D.: The fat-soluble A vitamine in Xerophthalmia. Science, 1920, lii, 157.

ERIGHT, J. I.: Pellagra outbreak in Egypt. Lancet, London, 1920, i, 998.

FABER, H. K.: A study of the antiscorbutic value of honey. J. Biol. Chem. 1920, xliii, 113.

FABER, H. K.: Sodium citrate and scurvy. Proc. Soc. Exper. Biology and Med., 1920, xvii, 140.

FAMULENER, L. W., AND MAASEN, TH.: Biochem. Ztschr., 1909, xi, 186.

FERRY, EDNA L.: Nutrition experiments with rats. J. Lab. and Clin. Med., 1920, v, 735.

FRASER AND STANTON: On the etiology of beri-beri. Phil. J. of Sci., 1920, V, B, 55.

FRASER AND STANTON: The cause of beri-beri. Lancet, London, 1910, 733.

FRASER AND STANTON: The cause of beri-beri. Lancet, London, 1910, ii, 1755.

FURST: Experimental scurvy. Ztschr. f. Hyg. u. Infekstionskrankh., Leipzig, 1912, lxxii, 121.

FULMER, E. I., NELSON, V. E., AND SHERWOOD, F. F.,: Nutritional requirement of yeast. I. The rle of vitamines in the growth of yeast. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1921, xliii, 186.

FULMER, E. I., NELSON, V. E., AND SHERWOOD, F. F.: Nutritional requirement of yeast. II. The effect of the composition of the medium on the growth of the yeast. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1921, xliii, 191.

FUNK, C.: Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem. Strassburg, 1910, lxix, 72.

FUNK, C.: On the chemical nature of the substance that cures polyneuritis in birds induced by a diet of polished rice. J. Physiol., 1911, xliii, 395.

FUNK, C.: The preparation from yeast and certain food stuffs of the substance, the deficiency of which occasions polyneuritis in birds. J. Physiol., 1912-1913, xlv, 75.

FUNK, C.: The action of certain purine and pyrimidine derivatives. J. Physiol., 1912-13, xlv, 489.

FUNK, C.: Studien ueber Wachstum. Zeitschr. f. physiol. chem. Strassb., 1913, lxxxviii, 352.

FUNK, C.: Studies on beri-beri. The chemistry of the vitamine fractions from yeast and rice polishings. J. Physiol., 1913, xlvi, 173.

FUNK, C.: The nitrogenous constituents of lime juice. Biochem. J., 1913, vii, 81.

FUNK, C.: An attempt to estimate the vitamine fraction in milk. Biochem. J., 1913, vii, 211.

FUNK, C.: Pellagra and Growth. Proc. Roy. Soc. Med., London, (Ther. and Pharm. Sec.), 1913-14, vii, 9.

FUNK, C., AND DOUGLASS, M. J.: J. Physiol., 1913-14, xlvii, 475.

FUNK, C., AND MACALLUM, A. B.: On the chemical nature of substances from alcoholic extracts of various food stuffs which give a color reaction with phosphotungstic and phosphomolybdic acids. Biochem. J., 1913, vii, 356.

FUNK, C., AND SCHONBORN: The influence of vitamine free diet upon carbohydrate metabolism. J. Physiol., 1914, xlviii, 328.

FUNK, C.: Studien ueber beri-beri Ztschr. f. physiol. chem. Strassb., 1914, lxxxix, 373.

FUNK, C., AND MACALLUM, A. B.: Die chemischen Determinaten der Wachstums. Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem. Strassb., 1914, xcii, 13.

FUNK, C.: Die Vitamines, Wiesbaden, 1914 Bergmann.

FUNK, C.: Prophylaxie u. Therapie der Pellagra im Lichte der Vitamin Lehre. Muchen med. Wochenschr., 1914, lxi, 698.

FUNK, C., AND MACALLUM,: Studies on Growth. II. On the probable nature of the substance promoting growth in young animals. J. Biol. Chem., 1915, xxiii, 413.

FUNK, C.: Results of studies on vitamines and deficiency diseases and the biochemistry of cod liver oil. Biochem. Bull., 1916, iv, 306 and 365.

FUNK, C.: The fractioning of the phosphotungstic precipitate. Biochem. Bull., 1916, v, 1.

FUNK, C.: The nature of the disease due to the exclusive diet of oats in guinea pigs and rabbits. J. Biol. Chem., 1916, xxv, 409.

FUNK, C.: A study of certain dietary conditions bearing on the problem of growth in rats. J. Biol. Chem., 1916, xxviii, 1.

FUNK, C., and MACALLUM: Studies on growth. III. The comparative value of lard and butter fat in growth. J. Biol. Chem., 1916, xxvii, 51.

FUNK, C., LYLE AND MCCASKEY: The nutritive value of yeast, polished rice and white bread as determined by experiments on man. J. Biol. Chem., 1916, xxvii, 173.

FUNK, C.: Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med., 1916-17, xiv, 9.

FUNK, C., and DUBIN, H. E.: A test for anti-beriberi vitamine and its practical application. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xliv, 487.

FUNK, C., AND DUBIN, H. E.: Vitamine requirements of rats on diets rich in protein, carbohydrates and fat respectively. Science, lii, 447.

FUNK, C.: Action of the substances influencing the carbohydrate metabolism in experimental beri-beri. J. Physiol., 1919, liii, 247.

GAGLIO, G.: La Vori originali Pusenza nelle urine delle cosi dette vitamine. Policlinico, 1919, xxvi, Sezione Pratica, 1381.

GIBSON: The influence of compensated salt substances in the development of the polyneuritis gallinarum and beri beri. Ph. J. of Sci., 1913, viii, B, 351.

GIBSON AND CONCEPCION: Nerve degeneration in fowls fed on polished rice. Ph. J. of Sci., 1914, ix, B, 119.

GIBSON: The protective power of normal human milk against polyneuritis gallinarum. Ph. J. of Sc., 1913, viii, B, 469.

GIORGI, E.: Epidemic Scurvy. Pediatria, Naples, xxix, 66.

GIVEN, M. H., AND COHEN, B.: The antiscorbutic property of desiccated and cooked vegetables. J. Biol. Chem., 1918, xxxvi, 127.

GIVENS, M. H., AND MCCLUGGAGE, H. B.: The antiscorbutic properties of fruits. I. An experimental study of dried orange juice. Am. J. Dis. Chil., 1919, xviii, 30.

GIVENS, M. H., AND MCCLUGGAGE, H. B.: The antiscorbutic properties of vegetables. I. An experimental study of raw and dried tomatoes. J. Biol. Chem., 1919, xxxvii, 253.

GIVENS, M. H., AND MCCLUGGAGE, H. B.: Influence of temperature on the antiscorbutic vitamine in tomatoes. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xli, p. xxiv Proc.

GIVENS, M. H., AND HOFFMAN, G. L.: Preliminary observations on the relation of bacteria to experimental scurvy in guinea pigs. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xli, p. xxxiii, Proc.

GIVENS, M. H., AND MCCLUGGAGE, H. B.: Antiscorbutic properties of vegetables. II. An experimental study of raw and dried potatoes. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xlii, 491.

GIVENS, M. H., AND MCCLUGGAGE, H. B.,: The antiscorbutic properties of dehydrated meat. Science, 1920, li, 273.

GOLDBERGER, J. The transmissibility of pellagra. Pub. Health Rep. U. S., 1916, xxxi, 3159.

GOLDBERGER, J.: Pellagra, causation and a method of prevention. J. Am. Med. Assn., 1916, lxvi, 471.

GOLDBERGER, J., AND WHEELER, G. A.: I. Experimentally produced pellagra in human subjects by means of diet. Bull. 120, 1920, U. S. P. H. Hyg. Lab.

GOLDBERGER, J., WHEELER, G. A., AND SYDENSTRICKER, E.: Pellagra U. S. P. H. Rep., 1920, xxv, 648, 1650, 1701.

GOLDBERGER, J.: Pellagra in Egypt. Lancet, London, 1920, ii, 41.

GOLDBERGER, J., WARING, C. H., AND WILLETTS, D. G.: The prevention of pellagra. U. S. P. H. Reports, 1915, xxx, 3117.

GOLDBERGER, J., AND WHEELER, G. A.: Experimental pellagra in the human subject. U. S. P. H. Reports, 1915, xxx, 3336.

GOLDBERGER, J., WHEELER, G. A., AND SYDENSTRICKER, E.: A study of the diet of pellagrous and non-pellagrous households. J. Am. Med. Assn., 1918, lxxi, 944.

GORDON, HINE AND FLACK: An experimental study of the cultural requirements of the meningococcus. Brit. Med. J., London, 1916, 678.

GREEN, H. H.: 1. Antineuritic hormone. 2. Maize vitamine. So. African J. Sci., 1918, xiv, 483, 519.

GREEN, H. H.: The deficiency aspect of maize products. 5th and 6th Reports of Vet. Res. Dept. Agric. Union S. Africa, Apr., 1918.

GREEN, H. H.: The quantitative relation between the antineuritic value of a diet and the onset of polyneuritis. 5th and 6th Reports of Vet. Res. Dept. Agric. Union S. Africa, Apr. 1918.

GREEN, H. H., AND VILJOEN, P. R.: Contribution to the study of deficiency disease in special reference to the Lamziekte problem in South Africa. 3rd and 4th Reports Div. Vet. Res. Dept. Agric. Union S. Africa, 1918.

GREIG, E. D. W.: The sprouting capacity of grains issued as rations to troops. Indian J. Med. Res., 1916-17, iv, 818.

GREIG, E. D. W.: Antiberi-beri vitamine in ground nut meal biscuits. Indian J. Med. Res., 1918, vi, 143.

GRIJNS, G.: Polyneuritis in fowls. Geneesk Tidsch. v. Ned. Ind., 1901, xli, 3.

GUERRERO, L. E., AND CONCEPCION: Xerophthalmia in fowls on polished rice and its clinical importance. Ph. J. Sci., 1910, xvii, 99.

DE HAAN: On the etiology of beri-beri. Ph. J. Sci., 1910, v, B, 65.

HALLIBURTON, W. D., AND DRUMMOND, J. C.: The nutrition value of margarines and butter substitutes with reference to their content of the fat soluble accessory growth substance. J. Physiol., 1917, li, 235.

HALLIBURTON, W. D.: Les Vitamines Scientia, 1920, xxvii, 55.

HAMMETT: The effect of the maternal ingestion of desiccated placenta upon the rate of growth of breast fed infants. J. Biol. Chem., 1918, xxxvi, 569.

HAUSSLER, E. P.: The vitamine question. Schweiz. Apoth. Ztg., lviii, 621, 634, 655.

HARDEN, A., AND ZILVA, S. S.: A note on the susceptibility of the antiscorbutic principle to alkalinity. Lancet, London, 1918, ii, 320.

HARDEN, A., AND ZILVA, S. S.: Accessory factors in the nutrition of the rat. Biochem. J., 1918, xii, 408.

HARDEN AND ZILVA, S. S.: The differential behavior of the antineuritic and antiscorbutic factors towards adsorbents. Biochem. J., 1918, xii, 93.

HARDEN AND ZILVA, S. S.: The antiscorbutic factor in lemon juice. Biochem. J., 1918, xii, 259.

HARDEN AND ZILVA, S. S.: Note on the etiology of scurvy in guinea pigs. Biochem. J., 1918, xii, 270, 27.

HARDEN AND ZILVA, S. S.: The alleged antineuritic properties of the alpha- hydroxy-pyridine and adenine. Biochem. J., 1917, xi, 172.

HARDEN AND ZILVA, S. S.: Dietetic experiments with frogs. Biochem. J., 1920, xiv, 263.

HARDEN, A.: Vitamins and the food supply. Journ. Soc. of Chem. Ind., 1921, xl, 74.

HARDEN, A., AND ROBISON, R.: The antiscorbutic properties of concentrated fruit juices. Biochem. J., 1920, xiv, 171.

HARDEN, A., AND ZILVA S. S.: The antiscorbutic requirements of the monkey. Biochem. J., 1920, xiv, 131.

HARRIS, W. A,: The experimental production of pellagra in the monkey. J. Am. Med. Assn., 1914, Ixiii, 1093.

HART, C., AND LESSING: Der Skorbut der kleinen Kinder. Stuttgart, 1913.

HART AND MCCOLLUM: The influence on growth of rations restricted to corn or wheat grain. J. Biol. Chem., 1914, xix, 373.

HART, MILLER AND MCCOLLUM: Further studies on the nutritive deficiencies of wheat and grain mixtures and the pathological conditions produced in swine by their use. J. Biol. Chem., 1916, xxv, 239.

HART, HALPIN AND MCCOLLUM: The behavior of chickens restricted to the cereal grains. J. Biol. Chem., 1917, xxix, 57.

HART, HALPIN AND STEENBOCK: The behavior of chickens restricted to the wheat or maize kernel. J. Biol. Chem., 1917, xxxi, 415.

HART AND STEENBOCK: Maintenance and reproduction value of some protein mixtures. J. Biol. Chem., 1919, xxxviii, 267.

HART, STEENBOCK AND SMITH: Studies of experimental scurvy. The effect of heat on the antiscorbutic properties of some milk products. J. Biol. Chem., 1919, xxxviii, 305.

HART AND STEENBOCK: Maintenance and reproduction with grains and grain products as sole dietary. J. Biol. Chem., 1919, xxxix, 209.

HART, STEENBOCK AND ELLIS: Influence of diet on the antiscorbutic potency of milk. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xlii, 383.

HAWK, P. B., SMITH AND BERGHEIM. The vitamine content of honey and the honey comb. Am. J. Physiol., 1921, lv, 339.

HEHIR: Beri-beri. Proc. Asiatic Soc. Bengal, 1919, xv, ccxii.

HEISER: Practical experience with beri-beri in the Philippine Islands. Ph. J. of Sci., 1911, vi, B, 229.

HERZOG: Beri-beri in the Japanese Army during the late war. Ph. J. of Sci., 1906, i, 169.

HERZOG: Studies in beri-beri. Ph. J. of Sci., 1906, i, 709.

HESS, A. F.: Scurvy past and present. Book. J. B. Lippincott, 1920.

HESS, A. F., AND FISH: Infantile Scurvy. The blood, the blood vessels and the diet. Am. J. Dis. Chil., 1914, viii, 385.

HESS, A. F.: Infantile Scurvy. Its influence on growth. Am. J. Dis. Children, 1916, xii, 152.

HESS, A. F.: Infantile Scurvy. The therapeutic value of yeast and wheat embryo. Am. J. Dis. Chil., 1917, xiii, 98.

HESS, A. F.: Infantile Scurvy. A study of its pathogenesis. Am. J. Dis. Chil., 1917, xiv, 189.

HESS, A. F.: Subacute and latent scurvy. J. Am. Med. Assn., 1917, lxviii, 235.

HESS, A. F., AND UNGER, L. J.: Experiments on antiscorbutics. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med., 1918, xv, 141.

HESS, A. F., AND UNGER, L. J.: Scorbutic beading of the ribs. Am. J. Dis. Children, 1920, xix, 331.

HESS, A. F., AND UNGER, L. J.: The Scurvy of guinea pigs. I. The experimental dietary. J. Biol. Chem., 1918, xxxv, 479.

HESS, A. F., AND UNGER, L. J.: The Scurvy of guinea pigs. II. The effect of addition of fruits and vegetables to the dietary. J. Biol. Chem., 1918, xxxv, 487.

HESS, A. F., AND UNGER, L. J.: Factors affecting the antiscorbutic value of foods. Am. J. Dis. Chil., 1919, xvii, 221.

HESS, A. F., AND UNGER, L. J.: The Scurvy of Guinea pigs. III. The effect of age, heat, and reaction upon antiscorbutic foods, J. Biol. Chem., 1919, xxxviii, 293.

HESS, A. F., AND UNGER, L. J.: Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med., 1919, xvi, 52.

HESS, A. F.: The rle of fat-soluble vitamine and its relation to rickets. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xli, xxxii, Proc.

HESS, A. F., AND UNGER, L. J.: The clinical rle of the fat-soluble vita- mine; its relation to rickets. J. Am. Med. Assn., 1920, lxxlv, 217.

HESS, A. F., AND UNGER, L. J.: The rle of the fat-soluble vitamine in the dietary of infants. Proc. Soc. Exp., Biol. and Med., 1919, xvii, 49.

HESS, A. F., UNGER, L. J., AND SUPPLEE, G. C.: Relation of fodder to the antiscorbutic potency and salt content of milk. J. Biol. Chem., 1920, xlv, 229.

HESS, A. F.: Newer aspects of some nutritional disorders. J. Am. Med. Assn., 1920, lxxvi, 693.

HESS, A. F., AND UNGER, L. J.: Prophylactic therapy for rickets in a negro community. J. Am. Med. Assn., 1917, lxix, 1583.

HESS, A. F.: Rle of antiscorbutics in our dietary. J. Am. Med. Assn., 1918, lxxi, 941.

HIGHET: Beri-beri in Siam. Ph. J. of Sci., 1910, v, B, 73.

HOFMEISTER, F.: Zur kenntniss der alkaloidischen Bestandtheile der Reis- kleie. Bioch. Ztschr., 1920, ciii, 218.

HOGAN: The nutritive properties of corn. J. Biol. Chem., 1916, xxvii.

HOGAN: The nutritive properties of kaffir corn. J. Biol. Chem., 1918, xxxiii, 151.

HOULBERT: Vitamines and growth. Paris Medicale, 1919, xx, No. 5.

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HOWE, P. R.: Dental caries. Dental Cosmos, 1920, lxii, 921.

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