The Journal of Experimental Medicine, Volume 32 (Google eBook)

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Rockefeller University Press, 1920 - Medicine
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Page 33 - Dr. Theobald Smith, director of the department of animal pathology of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, as chairman.
Page 513 - Fairchild's peptone in -j^ phosphate solution of pH 7 was prepared and sterilized in the autoclave at 15 pounds pressure for 20 minutes.
Page 243 - The cultural differentiation of beta hemolytic streptococci of human and bovine origin, J.
Page 183 - Recent critical studies .... have revealed .... that the specificity of a serum produced with the tissues of one organ is not strictly limited to this organ alone, and that the serum may injure other organs as well.
Page iv - Remittances should be made by draft or check on New York, or by postal money order, payable to The Journal of General Physiology...
Page 608 - Physiology is devoted to the explanation of life phenomena on the bans of the physical and chemical constitution of living matter. It is issued bimonthly, one volume of about 600 pages appearing in a year. The subscription price per year (one volume) is $5.00, payable in advance.
Page 777 - A NEW journal under this name will be published quarterly by the American Physiological Society under the editorial direction of WH Howell, Baltimore; Reid Hunt, Boston; FS Lee, New York; JJR Macleod, Toronto; Lafayette B. Mendel, New Haven; H. Gideon Wells, Chicago; DR Hooker, Managing Editor, Baltimore.
Page 512 - PH.D. (From the Hospital of The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research) (Received for publication...
Page iv - IB given on the back cover of each number. Remittances should be made by draft or check on New York, or by postal money order, payable to The Journal of Biological Chemistry...
Page 134 - The Journal of General Physiology is devoted to the explanation of life phenomena on the basis of the physical and chemical constitution of living matter.

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