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Reference numberCMB/281/18
LevelItem
TitlePapers passed for publication in the Proceedings
Date1959
DescriptionD A Hall, F Happey, P F Lloyd and H Saxl, 'Oriented cellulose as a component of mammalian tissue'.

A C R Dean and Sir Cyril Hinshelwood, 'Variations in the nucleic acid content of bact. lactis aerogenes during the growth cycle'.

J W Davies and G Harris, 'Arginylalanylarginylalalanyl-5 prime-uridylate, a nucleotide-peptide anhydride from brewers' yeast'.

A B Alder, G N C Crawford and R G Edwards, 'The effect of denervation on the longitudinal growth of a voluntary muscle'.

A C R Dean and Sir Cyril Hinshelwood, 'Further observations on the adaptation of coliform bacteria to sugars'.

G W Bisset, J F D Frazer, Miriam Rothschild, and M Schachter, 'A pharmacologically active choline ester and other substances in the garden tiger moth Arctia caja'.

Elsie M Widdowson and R A McCance, FRS, 'Some effects of accelerating growth: general somatic development'.

J W T Dickerson and Elsie M Widdowson, 'Some effects of accelerating growth: skeletal development'.

F W R Brambell, FRS, W A Hemmings, C L Oakley, FRS and R R Porter, 'The relative transmission of the fractions of papain hydrolyzed homologous gamma-globulin from the uterine cavity to the foetal circulation in the rabbit'.

D Keilin, FRS, and Tsoo E King, 'Effect of inhibitors on the activity of soluble succinic dehydrogenase and on the reconstitution of the succinic dehydrogenase-cytochrome system from its components'.

B Morris, 'The transmission of anti-Brucella agglutins from the mother to the young in Erinaceus europea'. p23.
Extent1p
FormatTypescript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA2085McCance; Robert Alexander (1898 - 1993)1898 - 1993
NA5952Widdowson; Elsie May (1906 - 2000)1906 - 2000
NA6298Keilin; David (1887 - 1963)1887 - 1963
NA606Brambell; Francis William Rogers (1901 - 1970)1901 - 1970
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