Fred Conrad Koch

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
physiological chemistry
"Fred Koch"

(1876 - 1948)
discoverer of testosterone

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Roger J. Williams grad student 1919 Chicago
Leo T. Samuels grad student 1932 Chicago
Oliver H. Lowry grad student 1937 Chicago
Joseph James Ceithaml grad student 1941 Chicago
Paul L. Munson grad student 1942 Chicago
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KOCH FC, OTWAY D, MUNSON PL. (1950) Antagonism of estrogens by testosterone propionate in hypophysectomized female rats. Endocrinology. 47: 73-4
MUNSON PL, BARRY AG, KOCH FC. (1948) A simplified hypophysectomized rat adrenal ascorbic acid bioassay method for adrenocorticotropin; specificity and application to preparative problems. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 8: 586
Ceithaml JJ, Koch FC. (1942) Comparative Gonadotropin Assays And Use Of Calcium Phosphate As An Adsorbent In Concen′Tration Of Follicle-Stimulating Activity From Pituitary Gland1 Endocrinology. 31: 249-260
Evans JS, Varney RF, Koch FC. (1941) The Mouse Uterine Weight Method For The Assay Of Estrogens1 Endocrinology. 28: 747-752
Evans JS, Hines LR, Ceithaml JJ, et al. (1940) Comparative Study On The Augmentation Of The Action Of Gonadotropins From Various Sources In The Rat, Mouse And Chick1,2 Endocrinology. 26: 1012-1021
Evans JS, Hines L, Varney R, et al. (1940) The Comparative Assay Of Gonadotropic Substances On Rats, Mice And Chicks1,2 Endocrinology. 26: 1005-1011
Samuels LT, Koch FC. (1932) The Relative Quantities of the Heat-Stable and Heat-Labile Fractions of Vitamin B in Raw and Evaporated Milk Journal of Nutrition. 5: 307-324
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