Record

Reference numberCMB/278/15
LevelItem
TitleNotes on papers passed for publication [Proceedings]
Date1949
DescriptionLists the committee's decision to publish papers.

B Katz, 'The electrical properties of the muscle fibre membrane'. Communicated by A V Hill.

H McIlwain, 'Metabolic changes which form the basis of a microbiological assay of nicotinic acid'. Communicated by H A Krebs.

K C Richardson, 'Contractile tissues in the mammary gland with special reference to myoepithelium in the goat'. Communicated by J Z Young, FRS.

A U Smith, 'Some antigenic properties of mammalian spermatoza'. Communicated by A D Parkes, FRS.

G L Brown FRS, and B Delisle Burns, 'Fatigue and neuro-muscular block in mammalian skeletal structure'.

A V Hill FRS, 'The heat of activation and the heat of shortening in a muscle twitch'.

A V Hill FRS, 'The energetifs of relaxation in a muscle twitch'.

A V Hill FRS, 'Work and heat in a muscle twitch'.

F W R Brambell, W A Hemmings, M Henderson, H J Perry and W T Rowlands, 'The route of antibodies passing from the internal to the foetal circulation in rabbits'.

H E Davenport, 'The haemoglobins of Ascaris lumbricoids'. Communicated by R Hill, FRS.

H E Davenport, 'The haemoglobins of Nippostrongylus nuris and Strongylus spp.'

H E Davenport, 'Ascaris haemoglobin as an indicator of the oxygen produced by isolated chloroplasts'. Communicated by R Hill FRS. p14.
Extent1p
FormatTypescript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA8239Hill; Archibald Vivian (1886 - 1977)1886 - 1977
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