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The Indian Journal of Medical Research July 1937

1937

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H. In the treatment of pernicious anaemia The introduction of anahaemin—the active hwmatopoietic principle of liver—wrought a revolution in the treatment of pernicious anaemia and clinical experience continues to confirm on every hand the outstanding efficacy of this form of treatment of pernicious anaemia. [...] The Comparative Biological Values of the Proteins of certain Cereals Pulses and Skimmed Milk Powder measured by the Growth of young Rats.... 57 SANKARAN G. and RANGANATHAN S. Migration of Adrenaline in an Electrical Field. 81 WILSON H. E. C. AHMAD B. and MAZUMDAR B. N. The Transformation of Carotene into Vitamin A in Liver Autolysates... 85 Ruom M. N. Studies in Vitamin C. The E [...] Any demand for reprints additional to the above must be forwarded at the time of submission of the article for publication or of the galley proof and will be charged for at the following rates and additional copies and extra pages at appropriate rates :— NUAI BEFt OF PAGES. [...] 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.figurss or plates as the case may be having due regard to the size and Asps of the page of the Journal and the capacity of the drawings or photos for reduction. [...] The mean of the whole group of 29 families studied in 1936 is taken here as the basis of comparison.

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

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A Diet Survey Repeated at Another Season 1-6 W. R. Aykroyd, B. G. Krishnan

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Red-Palm Oil in the Treatment of Human Keratomalacia 7-10 W. R. Aykroyd, R. E. Wright

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The Possible Use of Red-Palm Oil in Supplementing the Vitamin-A Activity of Common Vegetable Oils 11-16 N. K. De

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The Adsorption of Vitamin A and Carotene and the Isolation of Vitamin A from Associated Pigments 17-28 N. K. De

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The Excretion of Vitamin C by Human Beings in South India 29-38 S. Ranganathan, G. Sankaran

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Studies on Vitamin-A Deficiency. Part II. Histopathology of the Skin in Human Keratomalacia 39-44 M. V. Radhakrishna Rao

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Survey of the Nutritive Value of Indian Foodstuffs. Part II. Changes in Chemical Composition Brought about by Cooking 45-56 S. Ranganathan, A. R. Sundararajan, M. Swaminathan

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The Relative Value of the Proteins of Certain Foodstuffs in Nutrition. Part II. The Comparative Biological Values of the Proteins of Certain Cereals Pulses and Skimmed Milk Powder Measured by the Growth of Young Rats 57-80 M. Swaminathan

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Migration of Adrenaline in an Electrical Field 81-84 G. Sankaran, S. Ranganathan

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The Transformation of Carotene into Vitamin A in Liver Autolysates 85-88 H. Ellis C. Wilson, Bashir Ahmed

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Studies in Vitamin C. The Effect of Cooking and Storage on the Vitamin-C Contents of Foodstuffs 89-94 M. N. Rudra

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Influence of Histamine and Acetyl-Choline on Intestinal Movements 95-ii B. T. Krishnan

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A Preliminary Note on the Presence of a Histamine-Like Body in the Aqueous Humour in Glaucoma Associated with Epidemic Dropsy 101-104 R. N. Chopra, N. N. De

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Observations on the Blood-Lipoid Changes in Opium Addicts 105-112 R. N. Chopra, A. C. Roy

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Action on Smooth Muscles of Some Ephedrine-Like Amines 113-130 B. Mukerji

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Chemical and Pharmacological Examination of Randia Dumetorum N. O. Rudiaceae 131-136 S. W. Hardikar, M. G. Mohiuddin

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Physical Changes in Blood in Vivo after Injection of Venom from Indian Cobra (Naia Naia Vel Tripudians) into Monkeys 137-146 R. N. Chopra, S. N. Mukherjee, J. S. Chowhan

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Lead in Urine and Faeces 147-154 K. N. Bagchi, H. D. Ganguly

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Taenia Solium and Cysticercus Cellulosae in India 155-162 P. A. Maplestone, N. V. Bhaduri

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Investigations into the Epidemiology of Epidemic Dropsy. Part I. Introductory Notes and a Historical Survey 163-176 R. B. Lal, S. C. Roy

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Investigations into the Epidemiology of Epidemic Dropsy. Part II. A Summary of Field Studies 177-214 R. B. Lal, S. C. Roy

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Investigations into the Epidemiology of Epidemic Dropsy. Part III. Some Laboratory Studies on Rice as the Aetiological Agent 215-232 R. B. Lal, S. C. Roy, S. C. Ghosal

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Investigations into the Epidemiology of Epidemic Dropsy. Part IV. Experiments to Test the Validity of Infection Theory in a Semi-Isolated Community 233-238 R. B. Lal, S. C. Roy

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Investigations into the Epidemiology of Epidemic Dropsy. Part V. Feeding Experiments on Human Volunteers 239-260 R. B. Lal, S. C. Roy

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Studies on the Aetiology of Epidemic Dropsy. Effect of Plasma on Tissue Culture and Chorioallantoic Membranes of the Chick 261-266 R. N. Chopra, N. N. Das, S. N. Mukherjee

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A Study of Ossification as Observed in Indian Subjects 267-324 G. Galstaun

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Backmatter i-iv J. Taylor

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technology medicine science

Pages
357
SARF Document ID
sarf.120195

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