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The Cholesterol Content of the Serum in Mental Diseases

  • J. Cruickshank (a1) and C. J. Tisdall (a1)
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Within recent years a considerable amount of work has been done upon the bio-chemistry of cholesterol, and valuable information has been acquired which has thrown light upon the important part which this substance plays in numerous physiological and pathological states. It will be of value in connection with the results described in this paper to shortly review some of the more outstanding facts which have been discovered.

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(1) Dorée, , Gardner, , Ellis, , etc.—Various contributions to Proc. Royal Soc., London, 1908 to 1912.
(2) For full bibliography on Cholesterol Metabolism see paper by McNee, Quart. Journ. Mea., 1914, vol. vii, No. 27.
(3) Lorrain Smith and Mair.—Journ. Path. Bacterial., 1911, vol. xvi, p. 131, and ibid., 1912, vol. xvii, p. 123.
(4) Weston, .—Journ. Med. Jies., 1915, xxxiii, p. 119.
(5) Windaus, .—Ber. d. deutsch, ehem. Gesellsch., 1909, Bd. xxxii, p. 254.
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The Cholesterol Content of the Serum in Mental Diseases

  • J. Cruickshank (a1) and C. J. Tisdall (a1)
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