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The Indian Journal of Medical Research January 1937

1937

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The testing of the pH of the urine however is essential in all cases although in practice by reason of the fact that during the course of the treatment the pH rarely exceeds 5'3 as a rule the administration of ammonium chloride is not required. [...] 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./lgures or plates as the case may be having due regard to the size and shape of the page of the Journal and the capacity of the drawings or photos for reduction. [...] Our investigation has followed the lines of those of other -observers in that we have attempted to prove the presence or absence of spirochaetes in the tissues at various periods during and after infection by sub-inoculating a series of animals from the organs of the infected animal and noting the presence or absence of infetion in the sub-passages. [...] In addition the types of spirochwte found were identified and the kinds of antibody present in the blood at the various phases of the disease were estimated where necessary both in the parent squirrels and the sub-passages from them. [...] Examination of the serum at the date of sub-passage once more showed the presence of antibodies to one or more types of spirochwte more commonly the latter ; the titres while generally lower than those recorded at the end of the attack being still sufficient to prevent any recurrence or continuance of infection with these particular types thus causing the infection to die out.

Title Pages Author/Editor
Frontmatter i-xviii J. Taylor

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Further Observations on Indian Relapsing Fever. Part III. Persistence of Spirocha1Tes in the Blood And Organs of Infected Animals 571-580 J. Cinninghum, A.G.L. Fraser

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Further Observations on Indian Relapsing Fever. Part IV. Re-Infections and Super-Infections 581-592 J. Cinninghum, A.G.L. Fraser

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Two Easy Methods of Transplanting Tubercle Bacilli Directly from Solid to Liquid Culture Media 593-596 M.B. Soperkar

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The Nature of Immunity Resulting from T. A. B. Inoculation. a Study of ` O ' Agglutinins in the Sera of Inoculated Human Subjects and Their Immunological Significance 597-616 S.S. Bhatnagar, J.F. Freeman, C.S. Dhilon

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The Agglutinogenic And Agglutinating Activities of B. Paratyphoiur A. 617-624 S.S. Bhatnagar, J.F. Freeman, G.C. Gera

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Adsorption of Antigens by Antibodies or Vice Versa. Part III. The Effect of Electrolytes on the Rate of Flocculation of Toxin-Antitoxin Mixtures of Diphtheria and Tetanus 625-632 B.N. Ghosh, N.N. Ray

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Cancer in India 633-666 Vishwa Nath, Khem Grewal

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Diet Surveys in South Indian Villages 667-688 W.R. Aykroyd, B.G. Krishnan

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Survey of the Nutritive Value of Indian Foodstuffs. Part I. The Chemical Composition of 200 Common Foods 689-706 S. Ranganathan, A.R. Sundararajan, S. Swaminathan

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The State of Nutrition of School Children in South India. Part II. Diet and Deficiency Disease in Residential Hostels 707-726 W.R. Aykroyd, B.G. Krishnan

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Phrynoderma '—A Clinical and Histo-Pathological Study 727-736 M.V. Rao

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The Spectrophotometric Method of Assaying Vitamin A and Carotene with Further Data on the Vitamin-A Activity of Indian Foodstuffs 737-750 N.K. De

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The Assimilation of Vitamin A and Carotene by Rats from Some Common Foods With A Note on the Conversion Factor I. U./E. Proposed by the International Vitamin Conference 751-766 N.K. De

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The Relative Value of the Proteins of Certain Foodstuffs in Nutrition 767-786 M. Swaminathan

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Balanced Diets Part I 787-796 S.P. Niyogi, V.N. Patwardhan, R.G. Chitre

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The Ash Calcium and Phosphorus Content of Some Common Bengali Foodstuffs 797-800 H. Wilson, Bashir Ahamed, D.N. Mullick

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The Carotene Content of Some Common Bengali Foodstuffs 801-806 Bashir Ahamed, D.N. Mullick, B.N. Mazumder

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Studies on the Absorption of Carotene and Vitamin A in the Human Subject 807-812 H. Wilson, S.M. Das, Bashir Ahamed

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The Vitamin-B1 Content of Some Common Indian Foodstuffs 813-816 H. Wilson, Bashir Ahamed, G. Ray, R.C. Guha

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Nutritional Survey of Schoolboys in Calcutta and the Punjab by Means of Clinical Observations A. C. H. Index of Nutrition and Other Measurements 817-838 H. Wilson, Bashir Ahamed, Durga Mitra

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Ascorbic-Acid Oxidase in Plant and Animal Tissues 839-844 R.K. Chakraborty, B.C. Guha

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Studies on the Increase of Blood Calcium after Intravenous Administration of Glucose 845-854 S.C. Sen, P.N. Choudhury

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HÆmatolocical Studies in Indians. Part VI. Investigations in 100 Cases of Marked AÆmia Amongst Tea-C Garden Coolies 855-910 Everard Napier, C.R. Gupta

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A Study of Human Parotid Saliva 911-916 M.A. Basir, T.S. Ramabhadran

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The Possible Influence of Solar Radiation on the Production of Cataract in Certain Districts of Southern India: A Preliminary Investigation 917-920 R.E. Wright

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On The Male Terminalia of Chrysomyia Megacephala and C. Bezziana 921-924 D.N. Roy

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Notes on Antirabic Immunization: A Correction 925-i G. Covell

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Backmatter ii-iv J. Taylor

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388
SARF Document ID
sarf.120195

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