Reference numberNLB/64/336
Alternative reference numberNLB/64 p198
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir John Rose Bradford, Chairman of the Physiology Committee and FRS
Date17 March 1923
DescriptionInforms Sir John Rose Bradford that the report on Eric Ponder's paper, 'The inhibitory effect of blood serum on haemolysis', was favourable and that Ponder has incorporated a more 'cautious' statement in the final paragraphs as recommended. Asks if it can now be passed under Standing Order 43.
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