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Today, when only the largest libraries can attempt to subscribe to all the medical journals, reprints comprise an essential auxiliary to research, and most smaller libraries maintain reprint collections. However, in view of the cost of printing and the rise in mailing rates, Hedgpeth1...
The proposed two volume series dealing with the chemistry and biochemistry of lipids has now been expanded to three volumes. Volume 1 treated exclusively the chemistry of the lipids and lipid-like materials present in plants and animals. Volume 2 encompasses the available information on...
To the Editor:—
May I add another aspect to the controversy so ably described by Dr. Kubie in The Journal, Jan. 29, page 466? Let me start by amending the title of the problem to "Psychology, Psychiatry, and Medicine" instead of limiting it entirely to the psyche....
To the Editor:—
In the Feb. 26, 1955 issue of The Journal, page 719, W. T. Caraway describes a "Rapid Turbidity Test for Diagnosis of Uremia" and refers to the spot test by Patterson (Lancet 1:1061, 1934) that was found unsatisfactory. In 1942, with Plotz and Reich,...
A new, safer, more pleasant era in the art and science of pain relief may not be too far in the future. On July 30, 1953,I produced in three persons a state I have tried to bring about before, sometimes successfully. Using a new drug, Dolitrone (5-ethyl-6-phenyl-meta-thiazane-2,...
State Medical Meeting in Montgomery.—
The annual session of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama will be held April 21-23 at the Whitley Hotel, Montgomery, under the presidency of Dr. Joseph M. Donald, Birmingham....
The porphyrins are highly important substances found in plants and animals. The most widely spread and best-known representative in the plant world is chlorophyll and in the animal world is probably hemoglobin. This volume is chiefly a discussion of the chemical and biological importance...
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