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This new edition has much new matter added, particularly in the chapters on the vitamins, the internal secretions, the carbohydrates, the porphyrins, the bile pigments and the bile salts. The progress that has been made in our knowledge of the enzymes has also been added. The important isoprene, or polydrene, syntheses are brought in for the first time. The only revision of nomenclature has been the change of the term lipin to lipid. Part I treats of the chemistry of protoplasm and the living cell under the following heads: Chapter I, The General Properties of Living Matter; Chapter II. The
Physiological Chemistry. A Textbook and Manual for Students.. Ann Intern Med. 1930;4:510. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-4-5-510_1
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