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This is the second edition of one of this valuable set of monographs, the individual numbers of wich we have reviewed and recommended as they appeared. We are glad that they have met such support as to warrant the production of new editions to keep up to date the subjects they cover. The first edition is but a little over three years old, so that even in the rapidly growing field of protein chemistry the work has not had time to grow stale and valueless. We note with pleasure that in reviewing the progress of protein chemistry during the last three years in his preface, the author finds worthy of recording as the chief items of this period, in addition to the work of the master, Emil Fischer, and his old assistant, Abderhalden, the contributions of three American chemists, T. B. Osborne of New Haven and D. D. Van Slyke
The Chemical Constitution of the Proteins. JAMA. 1913;60(21):1662. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340210072036
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