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Experimental studies of the development of rickets. Development of rickets when gallosterol is given as source of vitamin A and the salt mixture given contains the normal phosphorus: calcium ratio



Experimental studies of the development of rickets. Development of rickets when gallosterol is given as source of vitamin A and the salt mixture given contains the normal phosphorus: calcium ratio



J. Biochem. Tokyo. 23: 71-90



As a result of experiments for which no clear account of the experimental diet is given, it is concluded that gallosterol, a compound of desoxycholic acid with vitamin A, was effective as a source of vitamin A for rats in daily doses of 0.4 mg., but was slightly toxic in doses of 1.6 mg.

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