Abstracts Current from Literature and Biochemistry; Bacteriology Pathology Effect Antireticular of Cytotoxin on Cellular Defense (Phagocytosis). E. Lan- Clin, 34:543 1952. zoni, pediat. (Aug.) Antireticular serum is animals cytotoxic produced in which have received of injections spleen and bone marrow tissue of other animals and of men. When this serum is into injected humans, in small it doses, will act as a stimulant of the reticular endothelial and in system, large doses, as a depressant. In the the index present study, phagocytic in the of the blood of leucocytes children was determined and a before, during, after course of of antireticular injections serum had been an cytotoxic given increase in the action of the for ; phagocytic leucocytes followed staphylococci the injections. Higgins, Boston. and Other Foods Infant Milk Metabolism; Feeding; Further Studies in of the Use of Meat the Diet of Infants and Young Children. Ruth M. George Clark and Paul M. 40:761 Leverton, Bancroft, J. Pediat. (June) The authors that be report meat given to infants as as 6 weeks without inter¬ may young with milk meat Infants who received showed increased and fering consumption. hemoglobin red cell values. meat-fed Finally, infants had fewer colds. Macdonald, Pittsburgh.
American journal of diseases of children – American Medical Association
Published: Sep 1, 1953