December 1921
Journal of Dental Research;Dec1921, Vol. 3 Issue 4, pcxxxi
Academic Journal
This article presents a speech by William J. Ream, delivered at a meeting of the Harriet Newell Lowell Society for Dental Research held at the Harvard University Dental School in Cambridge, Massachusetts on May 18, 1920, in which he discussed the soluble salts present in saliva, the soluble salts present in urine, and the methods used to analyze these salts.


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