Enzymic efficiency in avitaminosis
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Conclusion and Summary
The data presented in this paper conclusively demonstrates that neither in a deficiency of the vitamin B complex nor in vitamin B1 deficiency associated with varying degrees of paralysis is there any significant change in the rate of peptic digestion when comparisons are made with litter mate controls of the same sex and restricted to the same plane of nutrition.
KeywordsEnzymic Efficiency Unit Period Peptic Activity American Proctologic Society Peptic Digestion
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