Quantitative Measurement of Vitamin B1 and its Phosphoric Esters and their Synthesis in Animal Tissues

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RECENTLY, in NATURE, Westenbrink and Goud-smit1 described estimations of the vitamin B1 and cocarboxylase content of animal tissues, based upon the observation that thiochrome phospho-esters do not pass into a butyl alcohol layer2.

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    Westenbrink, H. G. K., and Goudsmit, J., NATURE, 142, 151 (1938).

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    Kinnersley, H. W., and Peters, R. A., J. Soc. Chem. Ind., 56, 447 (1937).

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    Ochoa, S., and Peters, R. A., J. Soc. Chem. Ind., 57, 470 (1938). See also, Ochoa, S., NATURE, 148, 831 (1938).

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OCHOA, S., PETERS, R. Quantitative Measurement of Vitamin B1 and its Phosphoric Esters and their Synthesis in Animal Tissues. Nature 142, 356 (1938). https://doi.org/10.1038/142356c0

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