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July 23, 1927


JAMA. 1927;89(4):311. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690040051029

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To the Editor:  —Apropos of the editorial comment on dihydroxyacetone and diabetes (The Journal, June 11, p. 1895) may I respectfully draw your attention to the following references which the writer of the editorial apparently overlooked:Canad. M. A. J.16: 367, 1926.J. Clin. Investigation2: 521, 1926.J. Clin. Investigation2: 533, 1926.Biochem. J.20: 486, 1926.Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. amp; Med.24: 238, 1926.These represent observations made independently in three different laboratories and on the whole corroborate the results in our laboratory. In only one laboratory have the observations not agreed with our own, and these appear to form the subject matter of the editorial.

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