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The relation of the activity of the parathyroid gland to calcium metabolism has been demonstrated repeatedly in the laboratory. Clinically, the syndrome known as osteitis fibrosa cystica and the latent and manifest tetany following the removal of too large a proportion of the gland are...
Epinephrine and the corresponding primary amine l-nor-epinephrine (nor-adrenaline, arterenol®) normally exist in the mammalian body. Nor-epinephrine was first shown to be present in significant amounts in postganglionic, adrenergic nerves of cattle by pharmacologic methods.1 Recently its...
Shortly after the virus of Western equine encephalomyelitis was isolated from the central nervous system of affected horses in California by Meyer, Haring and Howitt,1 infections were noted in persons who worked in close association with infected animals.2 Howitt3 first recovered the virus from...
Isotopes of a number of chemical elements are now used as "tracers" for studying the mechanism and site of formation of substances in the animal organism. Investigations over the past five years which have elucidated the biosynthesis of creatine may be cited as an example. Recent work in...
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A study is being made in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology of the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, under the direction of Dr. Harold Hodge, to determine to what extent the effects of therapeutic drugs and exposure...
This small volume comprises a panel discussion on the relationship of psychogenic factors and allergic manifestations, conducted at Atlantic City on June 8, 1947, as part of the program of the annual meeting of the American College of Allergists. In the first chapter, of 12 pages, Dr....
Crocker, Buckley, Pollitzer, Alderson and Reich, Gilman and other observers have presented interesting statistical studies of the incidence of common diseases of the skin. Goodman1 and Sohrweide2 have published statistical studies on more than 1,000,000 dermatologic diagnoses made in...
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