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The Indian Journal of Medical Research April 1938

1938

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H.) The advent of Mandecal marks a distinct advance in the evolution of mandelic acid treatment of urinary infections; indeed the administration of Mandecal approaches the ideal method of practising mandelic therapy. [...] Rapid and certain results have been achieved by the use of Colloidal Calcium with Ostelin in the treatment of fractures and of acute and chronic urticaria as a powerful adjunct to the treatment of tuberculosis and in the treatment of tropical neurasthenia when disordered calcium-phosphorus metabolism is often the root cause. [...] 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 NUMBER OF REPRINTS. [...] The attempts to cultivate the leprosy bacillus under special gaseous environment are Iiased on the work of Wherry and Ervin (1918) who showed that carbon dioxide was essential for the growth of M. tuberculosis and on the extensive studies of Novy Roehm and Soule on microbic respiration with special reference to the respiration of the tubercle bacillus. [...] The cultivation of the bacillus of leprosy in minced chick embryo was mentioned for the first time in his Annual Report for the year 1932 by the Surgeon-General of the Public Health Service of the United States.

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

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Attempts to Cultivate M. Leprae Muris 835-842 Dharmendra, John Lowe

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A Serological Study of the Actinomyces 843-846 Ram Goyal

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The Relative Amounts of the Protein and Non-Protein Nitrogenous Constituents Occurring in Foodstuffs and their Significance in the Determination of the Digestibility Co-Efficient of Proteins 847-856 M. Swaminathan

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Further Studies on Factors Affecting the Vitamin-A Activity of Animal and Vegetable Products 857-862 N. K. De, B. N. Majumdar

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The Nitrogen Complex of Indian Foodstuffs. Condiments: Part II. Chillies (Capsicum Annum) and Coriander Seeds (Coriandrum Sativum) 863-868 G. Narsimhamurthy

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The Availability of Phosphorus from Indian Foodstuffs 869-878 K. V. Giri

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The Flavine and Vitamin-B6 (Anti-Dermatitis) Content of Indian Foodstuffs 879-892 H. C. Wilson, G. K. Roy

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‘Available’ Iron in Indian Foodstuffs 893-900 H. Goswami, U. P. Basu

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Observations on the Basal Metabolism of Indian Boys in Calcutta 901-910 H. C. Wilson, N. C. Roy

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Enzyme Method for the Estimation of Adrenaline in Suprarenal Glands 911-916 Kamala Bhagavat

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The Role of Formalin in the Estimation of Nitrogen in Body Fluids 917-922 Premankur De, Chandi Chatterjee

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A Comparative Study of Glycolysis in Normal and Diabetic Blood 923-932 Premankur De, Sukumar Bhattacharyya

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Glycolysis in Drawn Blood in Twenty-Four Hours 933-936 Premankur De, Sukumar Bhattacharyya

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A New Colorimetric Test for Plasmoquine 937-950 B. K. Nandi, B. B. Dikshit

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Haematologieal Investigations in South India Part III. The Mean Red Cell Diameter 951-956 G. Sankaran, M. V. Rao

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Haematological Investigations in South India. Part IV. Haemoglobin in Normal Pregnancy 957-970 M. V. Rao

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Haematological Investigations in South India. Part V. The Effect of Altitude on Haemoglobin Content 971-978 G. Sankaran, K. Rajagopal

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Index 979-992 J. Taylor

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Backmatter i-xiv J. Taylor

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technology medicine science

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190
SARF Document ID
sarf.120195

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