Miracle Man of Miracle Drugs
Dr. Yellapragada Subbarow

 
Bibliography - Scientific Papers
 

AYURVEDA

1. Ayurveda and I (Farewell Speech) The Dhanvantari, Madras. 3:18-19 (Sept. 22 and Oct. 8, 1923)

2. Shleepadamu (Filariasis). The Dhanvantari, Madras. 3 (1923): 26-30, 52-57, 85-86 and 117-119. (in Telugu)

3. Hysteria. The Dhanvantari, Madras. 3 (1923): 58-61 and 74-75 (in Telugu)

4. Vayu leka Vatamu. The Dhanvantari, Madras. 3 (1923):147-149 (in Telugu)

5. Vayu or Vata. Andhra Medical Journal, Madras 2:1-3. February1924

6. Origin of Hindu Medicine III: Panchamahabhutas. Swarajya Daily, Madras (192?)

7. Hindu Pharmacology Vol I (Manuscript, December 1922)

PHOSPHORUS

8. The colorimetric determination of phosphorus. (with C.H. Fiske) Journal of Biological Chemistry 66 (1925):375-400

PHOSPHOCREATINE AND ATP

9. The "inorganic phosphate" of muscle. (with C.H. Fiske) Journal of Biological Chemistry 74 (1927): xxii (an abstract)

10. The nature of the "inorganic phosphate" in voluntary muscle. (with C.H. Fiske) Science 65:401-403. April 22, 1927

11. The isolation and function of Phosphocreatine. (with C.H. Fiske) Science 67:169-170. February10, 1928

12. Phosphocreatine. (with C.H. Fiske) Journal of Biological Chemistry 81 (1929):629-679

13. Phosphorus compounds of muscle and liver. (with C.H. Fiske) Science 70:381-382. October 18, 1929

THE ANTI-PERNICIOUS ANAEMIA FACTOR (Vitamin B12)

14. The multiple nature of the pernicious anemia principle in liver. (with C.H. Fiske and B.M. Jacobson) Journal of Clinical Investigation 14 (1935):709 (an abstract)

15. The separation of the substances in liver which are reticulocytogenic in the guinea-pig and which are therapeutically effective in experimental canine black tongue. (with B.M. Jacobson and

C.H. Fiske) New England Journal of Medicine 212:663-664. April 11, 1935

16. Chemical studies of pernicious anemia principle in liver. (with B.M. Jacobson) Journal of Biological Chemistry 114 (1936): cii-ciii

17. A partially purified liver extract therapeutically effective in pernicious anemia. (with B.M. Jacobson and C.H . Fiske) New England Journal of Medicine 214:194.January 30, 1936

18. Studies of the pernicious anemia principle in liver. III. The isolation and properties of a substance with primary therapeutic activity. (with B.M. Jacobson and V. Prochownick) Journal of the American Chemical Society 58 (1936):2234-2236

19. Studies of principle in liver effective in pernicious anemia. IV. Therapeutic activity of its multiple factors. (with B.M. Jacobson) Journal of Clinical Investigation 16 (1937):573-585

20. Studies of the principle in liver effective in pernicious anemia. V. Additional accessory factors and further properties of the primary factor. (with B.M. Jacobson and S.J. Hartfall) Journal of Clinical Investigation 17 (1938):517 (an abstract)

21. Studies of the principle in liver effective in pernicious anemia. (with B.M. Jacobson) Journal of American Medical Association 116:367-373. February 1, 1941

22. The chemistry of the anti-pernicious anemia substances of liver. Current Science, India 11(1942):311-324

23.Chemistry of anti-pernicious anemia substances of liver. (with A.B. Hastings and Milton Elkin) Vitamins & Hormones 3 (1945):237-296

PELLAGRA AND NIACIN

24. The separation of the substances in liver which are reticulocytogenic in the guinea pig and which are therapeutically effective in experimental canine black tongue. (with B.M. Jacobson and C.H. Fiske) New England Journal of Medicine 212:663-664. Apr 11, 1935 (same as 15)

25. Modern views on pellagra. (with W.J. Dann) British Medical Journal 1:809-812. April 9, 1938

26. Differentiation of the rat dermatitis factor and the chick dermatitis factor from nicotinic acid. (with W.J. Dann) Journal of Nutrition 16.(1938):183-195

27. The effect of beta-aminopyridine in experimental blacktongue. (with W.J. Dann and E. Meilman) Journal of the American Chemical Society 60 (1938):1510-1511

28. Inactivity of beta-aminopyridine in blacktongue (with W.J. Dann) Journal of the American Chemical Society 60 (1938):2565

PANTOTHENIC ACID

29. Studies on the nutritional requirements of hemolytic streptococci. I. Effect of various substances isolated from liver extract on hemolytic streptococci. (with Leo Rane) Proceedings of the Society of Experimental Biology and Medicine 38 (1938): 837-839

30. Pantothenic acid as a growth factor for the Dochez N.Y, 5 strain of hemolytic streptococcus. (with Leo Rane) Journal of the American Chemical Society 61 (1939):1616

31. Rat growth factors of filtrate fraction of liver extracts. (with G.H. Hitchings) Journal of Nutrition 18 (1939):265-276

32. Pantothenic acid as a factor in rat nutrition (with G.H. Hitchings) Journal of the American Chemical Society 61 (1939):1615-1616 .

BIOTIN

33. Studies on cultural requirements of bacteria: Tissue extractives in growth of diphtheria bacillus. (with J.H. Mueller) Journal of Bacteriology 34 (1937):153-161

34. Experiments on the antidermatitis component of the filtrate factor in rats (with Paul Gyorgy and C.E. Poling) Proceedings of the Society of Experimental Biology and Medicine 42 (1939): 738-740

35. The factor curative of nutritional achromotrichia. (with Paul Gyorgy and C.E. Poling) Journal of Biological Chemistry 132 (1940):789-90

36. Biotin IV. A second synthesis of 2-(delta-carboxybutyl)-thiophane-3,4-dicarboxylic acid. (with B.R. Baker, M.V. Querry, S. Bernstein and S.R. Safir) Journal of Organic Chemistry 12 (1947):167-173

37. Biotin. VI. Synthesis of biotin and epi-allobiotin. (with B.R. Baker, M.V. Querry, W.L. McEwen, S. Bernstein, S.R. Safir and L. Dorfman) Journal of Organic Chemistry 12 (1947): 186-198

Biotin. IX. A synthesis of dl-dehydrobiotin. (with S.R. Safir, S. Bernstein, B.R. Baker and W.L. McEwen) Journal of Organic Chemistry 12 (1947):475-482

39. The requirement of biotin for the growth of pneumococci. (with N. Bohonos) Archives of Biochemistry 3 (1943): 257-259

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