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The Indian Journal of Medical Research January 1951

1951

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VOCICNICWC SOCIETY OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTS INDIA AIMS AND OBJECTS The Aims and Objects of the Society are to co-ordinate the work of Biological Chemists in Various parts of India ; hold meetings for discussion of important topics of scientific interest and for presentation of original papers ; publish annual reviews abstracts of biochemical work done in India and monographs on special aspects of [...] Indian Journal of Medical Research SPECIAL NOTICE TO CONTRIBUTORS (Issued under the authority of the Indian Council of Medical Research.) CONTRIBUTORS would greatly assist in the editing of the Journal if they would please note and as far as possible conform to the following requirements in respect to manuscripts and illustrative matter submitted for publication :— MANUSCRIPT. [...] Space will be allotted in relation-to the nature of a paper the amount of original observation included and the relative importance of the work. [...] (b) The bulk 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.

Title Pages Author/Editor
Cover i-viii M. L. Ahuja

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Frontmatter i-xv M. L. Ahuja

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Typing of Locally Isolated Cultures of Salmonella Typhi by Means of VI-Bacteriophage 1-16 R. G. Dhayagude, D.D. Banker

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Note on Cholera in the United Provinces (Uttar Pradesh) 17-40 A. C. Banerjea

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Endemicity of Cholera in Relation to Fairs and Festivals in India 41-50 Satya Swaroop, M.V. Raman

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The Effects of Egg-Yolk Supplementation to the Poor Rice Diet of South India on the Growth of Rats Part I. Fat-Extracted Egg-Yolk 51-58 Rajammal Devadas, T.S. Sutton

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The Effects of Egg-Yolk Supplementation to the Poor Rice Diet of South India on the Growtit Of Rats Part II. Egg-Yolk Extract 59-62 Rajammal Devadas, T.S. Sutton

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Studies on the Biosynthesis of B-Vitamins. Part I. Investigation on the Site and Mechanism of Biosynthesis of Nicotinic Acid in Albino Rats on Diets Containing Different Amino Acids And Free from Nitrogen 63-72 H. N. De., P. Datta

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Studies on the Biosynthesis of B-Vitamins. Part II. Effect of Different Carbohydrates on the Biosynthesis of Riboflavin in Albino Rats 73-82 H. N. De., J.K. Roy

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Studies on the Biosynthesis of B-Vitamins. Part III. Effect of Protein Levels on the Biosynthesis of Riboflavin in Albino Rats 83-88 H. N. De., J. K. Roy

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Mitigation of Aconite. A Preliminary Note 89-98 K. L. Handa, I. C. Chopra, J. D. Kohil, Kartar Singh

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Studies on Plasma Protein 99-106 Himansu Chakravarti

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The Range of Variation of the Most Probable Number of Organisms Estimated by the Dilution Method 107-132 Satya Swaroop

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Appendix 133-134 M. L. Ahuja

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Backmatter i-iii M. L. Ahuja

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162
SARF Document ID
sarf.120195

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