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Page 228 - MD (From The George Williams Hooper Foundation for Medical Research, University of California Medical School, San Francisco.) (Received for publication, August
Page 166 - (From the Department of Animal Pathology of The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, Princeton, N. /.) (Received for publication,
Page 132 - It is a singular fact that certain closely related species of animals have, some of them, a gall bladder, while others do not. What can be the essential significance of the organ and the reason for this difference? Embryologically, the vesica
Page 366 - (From the Department of Animal Pathology of The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, Princeton, NJ)
Page 132 - arises secondarily as a cul-de-sac from the same anlage that forms the liver and bile ducts, and it is considered by many as an almost purposeless diverticulum.
Page 391 - and mitotic figures are found among these cells in fairly large numbers. A like suspension of cells in normal serum undergoes rapid disintegration and in only one instance among a large number of films examined was a mitotic figure found. The stimulative effect of the serum from x-rayed rats endures from
Page 120 - 1921.) In the first paper of this series 1 it was shown that the
Page 120 - EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON THE ETIOLOGY OF TYPHUS FEVER. II. SURVIVAL OF THE VIRUS IN AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC CULTURE MEDIA.