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Semi-automatic Extraction using a Rotary Extractor

Nature volume 204, pages 588589 (07 November 1964) | Download Citation

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A SIMPLE rotary extraction procedure has been developed for the extraction of urine with chloroform. It has been found to be efficient for the extraction of unconjugated aldosterone from urine. It virtually obviates emulsion formation and has been adopted for routine use in this laboratory; it appears to be suitable for wide application in liquid–liquid extraction systems.

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  1. Division of Diabetes and Metabolism, Department of Medicine, University of Oregon Medical School, Portland.

    • RICHARD E. BAILEY
    • , JAMES H. BECK
    •  & HELEN P. PIETERS

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