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There is an optimal hydrogen ion concentration for the activity of each enzyme, and there are also upper and lower limits of reaction above or below which the enzyme is inactive or is destroyed.1 Enzymes of different origins, even though they act on the same substrate, vary in the...
Paratyphoid infections of man in general and those caused by Salmonella group C in particular have not received the attention they deserve. This is due in part to the fact that the identification of Salmonella strains is rather complicated, particularly since the genus is comprised of a...
"Diabetes Mellitus" by Wirtschafter and Korenberg brings many important references up to date. All writers on the subject of diabetes should be encouraged. This is not recommended as a reference book to guide medical students or physicians in the practical handling of problems involved...
Dr. Sauer has written a small (190 page) book for mothers which will fill a definite need. The chapters are on the prenatal and newborn periods, breast feeding, bottle feeding, vitamins and balanced diets, physical health, mental health, common noncontagious diseases, common contagious...
Boeck's sarcoid is a chronic relatively benign disorder of unknown cause with particular predilection for the lymph nodes, lungs, skin and bones; less frequently, there is involvement of the liver, spleen, kidneys, eyes, brain or meninges. It was first described by Boeck1 in 1899 as an...
The isolation of dysentery bacilli from the stools of children with clinical dysentery or diarrhea has been investigated from several viewpoints. Some authors have been concerned with the elaboration of new methods or mediums, and others, with the separation of the etiologic agents into...
In spite of the widespread use of various types of specific prophylactic measures for poison ivy dermatitis, the true value of such treatment still must be proved.1 The problem is especially important for children, because of the frequency of this form of dermatitis among them and the...
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