Reference numberCMB/278/77
TitleList of papers passed for publication in the Proceedings
Date28 November 1956
DescriptionR G Edwards, 'The experimental induction of gynogenesis in the mouse. I. Irradiation of the sperm by x-rays'. Communicated by C H Waddington FRS.

J Del Castillo and B Katz, FRS, 'A study of curare action with an electrical micro-method'.

J Del Castillo and B Katz, FRS, 'The identity of 'intrinsic' and 'extrinsic' acetylcholine receptors in the motor end-plate'.

J Del Castillo and B Katz, FRS, 'A comparison of acetylcholine and stable depolarizing agents'.

J Del Castillo and B Katz, FRS, 'Interaction at end-plate receptors between different choline derivatives'.

E G Gray, 'The spindle and extrafusal innervation of a frog muscle'. Communicated by J Z Young, FRS.

R G Edwards, 'The experimental induction of gynogenesis in the mouse. II. Irradiation of the sperm by ultra-violet'. Communicated by C H Waddington, FRS.

R Halliday and R A Kekwick, 'Electrophoretic analysis of the sera of young rats'. Communicated by F W R Brambell, FRS. p68.
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA4468Katz; Sir; Bernard (1911 - 2003)1911 - 2003
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