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Reference numberCMB/281/49
LevelItem
TitleNotes on papers passed for publication in the Proceedings
Date1962
DescriptionJ M C Davis, 'The ultrastructure of nucleoli and chromosomes during the early stages of liver regeneration and the changes produced in these structures by x-radiation.'

W J Cliff, 'Observations on healing tissue. A combined light- and electron-microscopic investigation'.

J C Ruegg, R W Straub and Betty M Twarog, 'Inhibition of contraction in a molluscan smooth muscle by thiourea, an inhibitor of the actomyosin contractile mechanism'.

J C Ruegg, 'Actomyosin inactivation by thiourea and the nature of viscous tone in a molluscan smooth muscle.'

J M M Brown, C Rimington FRS, and Barbara C Sawyer, 'Studies on biliary excretion in the rabbit'.

J H Gaddum, FRS and M W Smith, 'A pharmacologically active substance in mammalian tissue extract'. p57.
Extent1p
FormatTypescript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA2111Rimington; Claude (1902 - 1993)1902 - 1993
NA1826Gaddum; Sir; John Henry (1900 - 1965); Physiologist1900 - 1965
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