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Characteristics of the products of chemical and biochemical dissociation of ascorbic acid. 3. Effect of ascorbic acid on the excretion of oxalic acid by guineapigs.


Characteristics of the products of chemical and biochemical dissociation of ascorbic acid. 3. Effect of ascorbic acid on the excretion of oxalic acid by guineapigs.



Ukrain. Biochem. J, 397-409



When guineapigs were given large doses of ascorbic acid there was an increase of oxalic acid in their urine. If the ascorbic acid dose was less than the amount required for saturation of the organism there was no rise in excretion of oxalic acid. Precautions were taken to overcome errors due to the formation of oxalic acid from ascorbic acid in the urine before tests could be made.

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