On the Function of Hexuronic Acid in the Respiration of the Cabbage Leaf


Title:
On the Function of Hexuronic Acid in the Respiration of the Cabbage Leaf
Creator:
Szent-Gyorgyi, Albert, 1893-1986
Date:
January 1931
Description:
In the fall of 1929, Szent-Gyorgyi was invited to continue his work on "hexuronic acid" at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. There he was able to isolate a larger quantity of the substance (thanks to ready access to fresh adrenal glands from the nearby slaughterhouses) and run further experiments with it.
Periodical:
Journal of Biological Chemistry
Publisher:
Biochemical Society (Great Britain)
Location:
Box: 1. Folder: 9
Rights:
Reproduced with permission of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
Genre:
Articles
Subject:
Ascorbic Acid
Format:
Text
Extent:
9 pages
Language:
English
Legacy Source Citation:
Periodical. Szent-Gyorgyi, Albert. "On the Function of Hexuronic Acid in the Respiration of the Cabbage Leaf." Journal of Biological Chemistry 90, 1 (January 1931): 385-393. Article. 9 Images.. Journal of Biological Chemistry
Legacy ID:
WGBBGL
NLM ID:
101584924X93
Profiles Collection:
The Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Papers
Story Section:
Searching for a Scientific Home, 1919-1930