The Chemical Nature of Vitamin C


Title:
The Chemical Nature of Vitamin C
Description:
To verify the results of their 1932 study, which indicated that "hexuronic acid" was in fact vitamin C, Szent-Gyorgyi and Svirbely ran additional tests with guinea pigs, using vitamin C derived from a new source, the red peppers used to make paprika (Capsicum annuum).
Extent:
7 pages
Date Issued:
1933
Creator:
Svirbely, Joseph (Joseph Svirbely) and Szent-Gyorgyi, Albert (Albert Szent-Gyorgyi)
Source:
Periodical. Svirbely, Joseph, and Albert Szent-Gyorgyi. "The Chemical Nature of Vitamin C." The Biochemical Journal 27, 1 (1933): 279-285. Article. 7 Images.. The Biochemical Journal
Periodical:
The Biochemical Journal
Publisher:
Biochemical Society (Great Britain)
Right Type:
Permission Granted - No Conditions
Right Statement:
Reproduced with permission from Svirbely, Joseph and Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, (1933), Biochemical Journal, 27, 279-285. Copyright the Biochemical Society.
Subject:
Ascorbic Acid
Profiles in Science ID:
WGBBGX
NLM ID:
101584924X103
Genre:
Articles
Language:
English
Format:
Text
Location:
Box: 1. Folder: 11