QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATIONS OF NONPROTEIN NITROGEN IN THE BLOOD OF THE NEW-BORN

FREDERIC W. SCHLUTZ
1915 Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine  
MINNEAPOLIS The nonprotein nitrogen fraction of the blood has for some time been the object of considerable study. This is due partly to the recognized intimate bearing it has on protein metabolism of the tissues, particularly the problem of the fate of protein digestion in the body, and partly due to the publication of methods which made possible a much more accurate determination of this fraction than was heretofore
doi:10.1001/archpedi.1915.04110030055008 fatcat:teo5h5eknrcgtjzancq7ak3pn4