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Biological Assay of Small Quantities of Desoxycorticosterone Acetate

Naturevolume 166pages3233 (1950) | Download Citation

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ALTHOUGH early studies on the adrenalectomized dog1 have led to means of assay for desoxycorticosterone acetate and for extracts of the adrenal cortex in quantity2–4, no satisfactory micro-assay has hitherto been described.

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  1. Departments of Medicine of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York

    • A. G. SPENCER
  2. University College Hospital Medical School, London, W.C.1

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