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The Indian Journal of Medical Research October 1933

1933

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The malnutrition and stagnation of waste products in the surrounding structures as well as the contraction of muscular fibres in the vicinity will be ameliorated as a result of the increased flow of lymph and of arterial circulation induced by an Antiphlogistine Dressing. [...] Illustrative matter should not be sent in the form of unarranged drawings or photographs but be definitely arranged or allocated by the author as so many text-figures or plates as the case may he having due regard to the size and shape of the page of the Journal and the capacity of the drawings or photos for reduction. [...] In all these methods the loss of iodine due to incineration in the process of converting-the organically combined iodine into the alkali iodide is considerable ; so also is the risk of direct or indirect contamination of the material under analysis by iodine. [...] 241 (b) Known amounts of iodine were added to the residue after incineration and the recovery of iodine noted to see if the loss of iodine observed in the previous experiment was due to liberation of smoke or to imperfect extraction. [...] The following results indicate the importance of pH at the critical sensitiveness of starch-iodide colour and the extent to which the accuracy of titrimetric methods depends on the inter-relationship between pH and the limitations of starch-iodide colour :— °bieLion number.

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Frontmatter i-xx J. Taylor

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An Improved Micro-Method of Estimating Iodine 237-248 M. Patnaik

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Pharmacological Action of Certain Derivatives of Cotarnine 249-254 Khem Singh Grewal, Basheshar Das Kochhar, Jnanendranath Ray

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The Pharmacological Action and Anti-Malarial Properties of an Anhydrocotarnine-Resorcinol-Hydrochloride (A Derivative of Narcotine) 255-260 R. N. Chopra, B. Mukherjee, H. G. M. Campbell

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The Pharmacological Action of an Alkaloid Obtained from Rauwolfia Serpentina Benth. A Preliminary Note 261-272 R. N. Chopra, J. C. Gupta, B. Mukherjee

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On the Electric Charge of Erythrocytes. Part II. Malaria 273-276 R. N. Chopra, S. G. Chaudhury

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Pharmacological Action of Kurchicine (An Alkaloid of Holarrhena Antidysenterica) 277-282 R. N. Chopra, J. C. Gupta, G. S. Chopra

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On Bacillus Pestis: New Techniques in Serology 283-294 S. D. S. Greval, N. P. Dalal

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On the Effects of Quinine Atebrin And Plasmoquin on Experimentally-Induced Malaria in the Macacus Monkey and on Some of the Pathological Changes Observed 295-298 R. Row, N. P. Dalal, G. V. Gollerkeri

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The Transmission of Kala-Azar to Hamsters by the Bite of the Sandfly Phlebotomus Argentipes 299-304 L. Everard Napier, R. O. A. Smith, K. V. Krishnan

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The Relative Infectivity of the Two Forms of Leishmania Donovani Administered by Different Routes 305-314 L. Everard Napier, R. O. A. Smith, K. V. Krishnan

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Is Halometry Reliable ? A Statistical View 315-330 H. P. Chaudhuri

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Observations on the Mode of Action of Quinine in Malaria 331-342 K. V. Krishnan

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Contributions to Protozoal Immunity. Part I. The Effect of Splenectomy on the Course of Malarial Infection in Monkeys 343-352 K. V. Krishnan, R. O. A. Smith, Chiranji Lal

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Observations on Cirrhosis of the Liver as Seen in the Punjab 353-360 T. A. Hughes

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An Investigation on the Diagnostic Value of Serum Protein Changes in Kala-Azar 361-378 M. R. Guruswami Mudaliyar, S. K. Sundaram, A. S. Ramachandran

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Studies on the Antigenic Structure of Vibrio Cholerae . Part III. Further Analyses of Specific Carbohydrates 379-384 Richard W. Linton, D. L. Shrivastava

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Studies on the Antigenic Structure of Vibrio Cholerae. Part IV. A Preliminary Examination of Carbohydrates in the Rice-Water Stools of Cholera Patients 385-388 Richard W. Linton, D. L. Shrivastava, B. N. Mitra

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An Investigation into ‘Decompensated Portal Cirrhosis’ 389-416 M. V. Radhakrishna Rao

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Notes on Some Indian Species of the Genus Phlebotomus. Part XXXVI. Diagnostic Table for the Males of the Species Recorded from India 417-428 J. A. Sinton

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Observations on the Chemistry of the Oxytocic Hormone of the Pituitary Gland. Part I 429-436 B. C. Guha, P. N. Chakravorty

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Observations on Filariasis in Some Areas in British India. Part IX. Sind Area 437-440 Vishnu T. Korke

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Further Observations on Vitamin A in Indian Fish-Liver Oils 441-446 A. R. Ghosh, P. N. Chakravorty, B. C. Guha

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Investigations on the Nutritive Values of Indian Food-Stuffs. Part I 447-450 A. R. Ghosh, B. C. Guha

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A Method of Making Slide Smears from Female Anopheles for Examination for Sporozoites of Malaria Parasites and of Preserving the Mosquitoes for Reference 451-454 P. J. Barraud

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The Longevity of Females of Culex Fatigans under Experimental Conditions and the Duration of Malarial Infections in these Insects 455-466 Syed Majid, J. A. Sinton

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Backmatter i-viii J. Taylor

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technology medicine science

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269
SARF Document ID
sarf.120195

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