Within a few years our knowledge of the formation and destruction of uric acid in the body has been much broadened. For a long time after its isolation its origin, significance, place of formation and the agents active in its production and decomposition were unknown. In these respects the facts differ much in the cases of birds and mammals and only the cases of mammas will be here considered.
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Rockwood, Elbert W.
"The Uric Acid Ferments,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 15(1), 99-103.
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