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"At this time, when so many new and important biochemical facts are being published and when so many older theories and deductions are found more or less erroneous, due to recent investigations using new methods," it is very fortunate that we have been given this complete and critical compilation by Professor Hammarsten. In the work of revision, Professor Hedin has aided considerably by taking care of many of the chapters dealing with subjects with which his own work has been closely identified. This work does not lend itself to a close review, as the subject-matter is too extensive and too diversified. The work stands as the most authoritative one on this subject, so that we must thank Professor Mandel for his careful and excellent translation. The book is recommended both to the student and the advanced worker as a mine of information on the various phases of physiologic chemistry.
A Text-Book of Physiological Chemistry.. JAMA. 1914;LXIII(26):2314. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02570260050042
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