Charles Lee Hoagland

Affiliations: 
Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
infectious hepatitis
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(1907 - 1946)
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Kunkel HG, Labby DH, Ahrens EH, et al. (1948) THE USE OF CONCENTRATED HUMAN SERUM ALBUMIN IN THE TREATMENT OF CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 27: 305-19
KUNKEL HG, LABBY DH, HOAGLAND CL. (1947) Chronic liver disease following infectious hepatitis; abnormal convalescence from initial attack. Annals of Internal Medicine. 27: 202-19
KUNKEL HG, LABBY DH, HOAGLAND CL. (1947) Chronic liver disease following infectious hepatitis. Annals of Internal Medicine. 27: 202; passim
KUNKEL HG, HOAGLAND CL. (1947) Observations on a family epidemic of infectious hepatitis. The New England Journal of Medicine. 236: 891-7
Kunkel HG, Hoagland CL. (1947) MECHANISM AND SIGNIFICANCE OF THE THYMOL TURBIDITY TEST FOR LIVER DISEASE. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 26: 1060-71
Labby DH, Hoagland CL. (1947) WATER STORAGE AND THE MOVEMENTS OF BODY FLUIDS AND CHLORIDES DURING ACUTE LIVER DISEASE. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 26: 343-53
HOAGLAND CL, SHANK RE. (1946) Infectious hepatitis; a review of 200 cases. Journal of the American Medical Association. 130: 615-21
SHANK RE, HOAGLAND CL. (1946) A modified method for the quantitative determination of the thymol turbidity reaction of serum. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 162: 133-8
HOAGLAND CL, LABBY DH. (1946) An analysis of the effect of fat in the diet on recovery in infectious hepatitis. American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health. 36: 1287-92
KUNKEL HG, HOAGLAND CL. (1946) Persistence of elevated values for the thymol turbidity test following infectious hepatitis. Proceedings of the Society For Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society For Experimental Biology and Medicine (New York, N.Y.). 62: 258-61
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