A COMBINED PHYSICAL TREATMENT FOR DISABLED SOLDIERS

R. F. Fox, J. C. McClure
1915 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Nov. 27, 1915] ' OBITUtAPY. r TDau 795 withdrawn his previous formula for emetine, CaoH,1OIN2, and proposed for it the formula CoH4oOjsNq, but in view of our work, and in particular of the proved relatAonshtp of emetb2e to cephaeline, this formula cannot be upheld. 2.fEmetine sulphate has been prepared in a crystalline form. 3. Whilst the constitution of emetine is still unknown, some progress has been made with its elucidation, and we have shown definitely that this alkaloid is a derivative of
more » ... is a derivative of isoquinoline; the work of Windaus and Hermanns (Ber. deuach. chem. Gesell., 1914, 47, 1470 leads to the same conclusiQn. -I am, etc.,
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