Studies on the Enzymes of Pneumococcus: III. Carbohydrate-Splitting Enzymes: Invertase, Amylase, and Inulase
Avery described the four studies written with Cullen, of which this is his third, as clinically important because of the light
they shed on "certain of the blood changes which occur in pneumococcal infections in man." In this article, Avery
and Cullen presented the results of their research on the nature and action of invertase, amylase, and inulase, which are
some of the intracellular enzymes of the pneumococcus.
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1920-10 (October 1920)
Avery, Oswald T.
Cullen, Glenn E.
Periodical: Avery, Oswald T., and Glenn E. Cullen. "Studies on the Enzymes of Pneumococcus: III. Carbohydrate-Splitting Enzymes: Invertase,
Amylase, and Inulase." Journal of Experimental Medicine 32, 5 (October 1920): 583-593. Article. 11 Images.
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