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Effect on Rats of Purified Diets with Synthetic B Vitamins

Nature volume 158, pages 792793 (30 November 1946) | Download Citation

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DURING the early years of the War, we investigated the possibility of providing the factors of the vitamin B complex in growing rats by giving them these factors exclusively in the form of the following synthetic components : thiamine, riboflavin, pyridoxine, niacin, pantothenic acid and choline. Most of our unpublished results have been confirmed by other investigators, and may be found in the Anglo-American literature of 1940–45. Some of our experiments, however, are in essential details different from those already reported.

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    J. Nut., 19, 393 (1940).

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    Amer. J. Physiol., 142, 604 (1944).

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  1. Biological Laboratory, Netherland's Yeast and Spirit Factory, Ltd., Delft. Nov. 1.

    • J. E. ROMBOUTS
    •  & A. QUERIDO

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