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Issue 1125, 1969

A modification of the Barker-Summerson method for the determination of lactic acid

Abstract

The standard method described by Barker and Summerson for measuring lactic acid concentration has been modified to give a simpler and more rapid procedure, which is applicable to plasma or other biological fluids, and is more convenient for routine laboratory analyses.

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Analyst, 1969,94, 1151-1152
Article type
Paper

A modification of the Barker-Summerson method for the determination of lactic acid

J. D. Pryce, Analyst, 1969, 94, 1151 DOI: 10.1039/AN9699401151

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