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The Indian Journal of Medical Research October 1943

1943

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(b) The hulk of a paper should consist of a record of the original observations actually made in connection with the investigation the result of which is reported. [...] 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 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. [...] Both the acid and the alcohol-soluble fractions of both the bacilli produced a reaction in cases of the ' neural ' type and no reaction in cases of the lepromatous ' type of leprosy ; these two fractions from the two bacilli do not therefore seem to differ antigenically. [...] This difference in the incidence of positive results was in accordance with the observations in cases of leprosy that in this dose the nucleo-protein produced the strongest reaction and the alcohol-soluble protein the weakest. [...] The lack of the specificity of any of the fractions raised the question whether the labour and special technique involved in isolating the protein fractions for performing the skin test was justifiable and whether a standardized antigen could not be produced that would retain most of the advantages of the isolated protein antigen but would be simpler in preparation.

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Frontmatter i-xiv John Taylor

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Immunological Skin Tests in Leprosy Part IV. The Isolation of Three Different Protein Fractions from Mycobacterium Leprae 125-128 Dharmendra

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Immunological Skin Tests in Leprosy Part V. A Bacillary Antigen Standardized by Weight 129-132 Dharmendra

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Bactericidal Action in Vitro of Sulphanilamide and Sulphapyridine on Mycobacterium Leprae Muris 133-136 Dharmendra, R. Bose

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Studies on the Glycolytic Breakdown of Glucose in Veal Infusion 137-140 Sudhindra Sen

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The Effect of Storage on the Carotene Content of Dehydrated Vegetables 141-144 Niranjan Sekhon

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Combined Estimation of Thiamin and Nicotinic Acid in Foodstuffs by Chemical Methods 145-152 Kamala Bhagvat

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The Effect of Vitamin C on Gingival and Periodontal Disease in Indian Children 153-160 C.D. Day, K.L. Shurie

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The Effect of 'Exercise' on the Pyruvic Acid Content of Normal and Vitamin-B1 Deficient Rice-Moth Larvae (Corcyra Cephalonica St.) 161-164 P.S. Sarma

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Riboflavin and Pyridoxin (Vitamin B6) As Growth-Promoting Factors for Rice-Moth Larvae (Corcyra Cephalonica St.) 165-172 P.S. Sarma

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Accumulation of Pyruvic Acid in Rice-Moth Larvae (Corcyra Cephalonica St.) Fed on A Vitamin B1-Deficient Diet 173-182 Kamala Bhagvat, P.S. Sarma

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The Role of Calcium and Vitamins in Tuberculosis Studies on Serum Calcium in Normal and Tuberculous Subjects 183-188 B.B. Rai, Narain Kehar

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Distribution of Blood Groups Among Different Communities in the Government Mental Hospital Madras 189-192 A. Reddi

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Distribution of Blood Groups Among Some Donors to the Madras Blood Bank: With A Discussion on the Relationship Between Neuropathic Conditions and Blood Groups 193-196 A. Reddi

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On Isohaemolysis : Reports on Two Isolysins and Associated Considerations 197-202 S.D.S. Grewal, J.N. Bhattacharji, A.B. Chowdhury

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Determination of Blood Groups from Stains 203-210 S.D.S. Grewal, J.N. Bhattacharji, B.C. Das

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Standard for Papain and Its Preparations 211-214 N.K. Iyengar

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Comparative Pharmacology of the Total Alkaloids of Rauwolfia Serpentina Benth Obtained from Bengal Bihar and Dehra Dun 215-220 J.C. Gupta, B.S. Kahali

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Estimation of Chlorocresol 221-224 N. Ray, U.P. Basu

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Cholesterol and Haemolysis 225-230 A.C. Roy, H.K. Biswas

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Investigations of Ground-Water Pollution Part I. Determination of the Direction and the Velocity of Flow of Ground Water 231-244 Brian Dyer, T.R. Bhaskaran

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Index of Authors 245-248 John Taylor

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Index of Subjects 249-250 John Taylor

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Backmatter i-iv John Taylor

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technology medicine science

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145
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sarf.120195

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