The toxicity of caffein: An experimental study on different species of animals

By: Salant, William and Rieger, J.B.

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1912 REPORT ON THE COMPARATIVE TOXICOLOGY OF CAFFEIN FROM THE NEW PHARMACOLOGICAL LABORATORY OF THE US DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, DIRECTED BY DR. WILLIAM SALANT. 9 inches tall volume, printed paper covers, 98 pp, tables, unmarked, very good. CONTENTS: Historical review of the literature; Acute caffein intoxication--experiments on rabbits, guinea pigs, cats, dogs; Chronic caffein intoxication--experiments on rabbits and dogs; Results; Conclusions; Bibliogrpahy. WILLIAM SALANT organized and established the pharmacological laboratory of the Bureau of Chemistry, U.S. Department of Agriculture, in 1908. Its purpose was to study the effects of drugs and other substances, and their effects on man and animals.

Title: The toxicity of caffein: An experimental study on different species of animals

Author Name: Salant, William and Rieger, J.B.

Categories: Physiology, Pharmacy, Biology, Toxicology,

Edition: First edition

Publisher: Washington, Government Printing Office: 1912

Seller ID: 1037

Keywords: biology; pharmacology; toxicology; physiology