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Determination of Sodium Gentisate by Chromatography and Fluorescence

Naturevolume 168pages389390 (1951) | Download Citation

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THE determination of sodium gentisate (2 – 5 di-hydroxybenzoate) in urine is important because of the use of gentisate as a therapeutic in rheumatic fever, and the presence of sodium gentisate in urine after administration of sodium salicylate1.

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    Winkel, C., thesis, “Gentisinurie bij de behandeling van het acute rheuma met natriumsalicylaat” (Leiden, 1950.)

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  1. Laboratory of the Children's Clinic, Academic Hospital, Leyden

    • L. NANNINGA
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