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Reference numberCMB/281/11
LevelItem
TitlePapers passed for publication
Date1958
DescriptionA Loveless & Jocelyn C Stock, 'The influence of radiomimetic substances on deoxyribonucleic acid synthesis and function studied in E coli phage systems; the nature of the inactivation of T2 phage in vitro by certain alkylating agents; properties of coliphage T2 treated with di (2-chloroethyl) methylamine.

A Loveless, 'Mutation of T2 bacteriophage as a consequence of alkylation in vitro: the uniqueness of ethylation'.

C L Smith, 'The irradiation of the chromosomes of single cells in metaphase with a microbeam of alpha-particles 5m in diameter.

E W Gill, 'Inter-quaternary distance and ganglion-blocking activity in bis-quaternary compounds'.

B J McCarthy, 'Variations in dehydrogenase and deaminase activity during bacterial growth'.

C M Mauritzen and E Stedman, FRS 'Cell specificity of beta-histones in the domestic fowl'.

F R W Brambell, FRS, W A Hemmings and C L Oakley, FRS, 'The relative transmission of natural and pepsin-refined homologous antitoxin from the uterine cavity to the foetal circulation in the rabbit'.

H Laser and Margaret J Thornley, 'Stimulation by x-radiation of enzyme induction and growth in Escherichia coli.' p14.
Extent1p
FormatTypescript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA1593Stedman; Edgar (1890 - 1975)1890 - 1975
NA606Brambell; Francis William Rogers (1901 - 1970)1901 - 1970
NA3333Oakley; Cyril Leslie (1907 - 1975)1907 - 1975
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