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    Bamann, E., and Riedel, E.: Ueber das Vorkommen sweier durch das pH Wirkungsoptimum unters-cheidbaren zweier in tierischen Organen. Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem. 229: 125150, 1934.
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    Barringer, B. S., Woodard, H. Q.: Prostatic carcinoma with extensive intraprostatic calcification. Tr. Am. A. Genito-Urin. Surgeons 31: 363369, 1938.
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    Davies, D. R.: Phosphatase activity of spleen extracts. Biochem. J. 28: 529536, 1934.
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    Grosser, P., and Husler, J.: Ueber das Vorkommen einer Glycerophosphatase in tierischen Organen. Biochem. Ztschr. 39: 15, 1912.
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    Gutman, A. B., and Gutman, E. B.: “Acid” phosphatase and functional activity of the prostate (man) and preputial glands (rat). Proc. Soc. Ex per. Biol. & Med. 39: 529532, 1938.
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    Gutman, A. B., and Gutman, E. B.: An “acid” phosphatase occurring in the serum of patients with metastasizing carcinoma of the prostate gland. J. Clin. Investigation 17: 473478, 1938.
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    Gutman, E. B., Sproul, E. E., and Gutman, A. B.: Significance of increased phosphatase activity at the cite of osteoplastic metastases secondary to carcinoma of the prostate gland. Am. J. Cancer 28: 485495, 1936.
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    Huggins, C., and Stevens, R. E.: The effect of castration on benign hypertrophy of the prostate in man. J. Urol. 43: 705714, 1940.
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    Kay, H. D.: Plasma phosphatase in osteitis deformans and in other diseases of bone. Brit. J. Exper. Path. 10: 253256, 1929.
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    King, E. J., and Armstrong, A. R.: Convenient method for determining serum and bile phosphatase activity. Canad. M. A. J. 31: 376381, 1934.
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    Kutscher, W., and Wolbergs, H.: Prostataphosphatase. Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem. 236: 237240, 1935.
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    Kutscher, W., and Pany, J.: Prostataphosphatase. Ztschr. f. physiol. Chem. 255: 169189, 1938.
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    Moore, C. R., and Price, D.: Some effects of synthetically prepared male hormone (androsterone) in the rat. Endocrinology 21: 313329, 1937.
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    Roberts, W. M.: Blood phosphatase and van den Bergh reaction in differentiation of several types of jaundice. Brit. M.J. 1: 734738, 1933.
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    Robinson, J. N., Gutman, E. B., and Gutman, A. B.: Clinical significance of increased serum “acid” phosphatase in patients with bone metastases secondary to prostatic carcinoma. J. Urol. 42: 602618, 1939.
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    Robison, R.: The possible significance of hex-osephosphoric esters in ossification. Biochem. J. 17: 286293, 1923.