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U.S. National Institutes of Health. Di- 
vision of Research Grants. 
Cumulative "bihliography. Bethesda, Md., 
National Institutes of Health, 196T- 

For administrative use only 
June 1%7 



Research Documentation Section 

Statistics and Analysis Branch 

Division of Research Grants 

National Institutes of Health 

Bethesda, Md. 


This bibliography, listed numerically by grant number, is 
the NCI portion of a six-year cumulative Ijibliography of PHS 
grantee publications. It was compiled from data cards which 
were used to prepare the bibliographic lists contained in the 
six annual issues of the Research Grants Index (1961-1966). 
Two changes in the format of the RGI during 1961-1966 account 
for the margin variations in this publication. 

The bibliographic list includes names of principal 
investigators of all NCI research grants which appeared in the 
f.y. 1961-1965 RGI editions, even though some of the grants had 
no publications; but the names of investigators who were awarded 
new grants in f.y. 1966 but had no publications are not included. 
In instances where the principal investigator changed during the 
project period, only the name of the most recent investigator is 

Two alphabetical listings of grantees are appended to the 
bibliography: (1) an NCI grantee list; and (2) a list of 
grantees for all Institutes/Divisions for the same period. 

Extra copies of this bibliography, as well as the separate 
listings for other PHS Institutes/Divisions, are available in 
limited number from the Research Documentation Section, SAB/DRG. 


Abbreviations for Institutes/Divisions and Study Sections/Committees 
In use during the period f.y. 1961-1966. 

Institute/Division Abbreviation 

National Institutes of Health 

Allergy and Infectious Diseases E, AI, AIP — 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases A, AM, AMP 

Cancer C, CA, CAP, CY, CYP 

Child Health and Human Development HD 

Dental D, DE, DEP 

General Medical Sciences G, GM, GMP 

" " " - Translation (1961 only) . . . . T 

Heart H, HE, HEP 

Mental Health M, 3M, MH, MHP, MY, MYP 

Neurological Diseases and Blindness B, NB, NBP 

Office of International Research RF, TW 

. Research Facilities and Resources FR 

Clinical Research Centers (1962 only) OG 

General Research Support (1962 only) GS 

Community Health, Bureau of State Services — ' 

Accident Prevention AC 

Chronic Diseases CD 

Communicable Disease Center CC 

Community Health Services CH 

Dental Health DH 

Hospital and Medical Facilities HM 

Hospital Research Facilities (NIH support, 1961-1962). W 

Nursing NU 

Nursing (NIH support, 1961-1962) GN 


Environmental Health, Bureau of State Services — 

Air Pollution . . AP 

Air Pollution (NIH support, 1961) S 

Environmental Engineering and Food Protection EF 

Environmental Health Sciences ES 

Occupational Health OH 

Office of Solid Wastes SW 

Radiological Health RH 

Zl Water Supply and Pollution Control WP 

Water Pollution (NIH support, 1961) K 

1/ The letter "P" after an Institute/Division abbreviation indicates a 
program grant (except AP and WP) . 

2/ Prior to the recent reorganization of the Public Health Service. 

3/ On Dec. 31, 1965 the Division of Water Supply & Pollution Control was 

made a separate Aaministration of DHEW, and on May 10, 1966, by virtue of 
the 1966 reor '.an.'.zation Plan No. 2, the Wat> - Pollution Control Administra- 
tion was transferred to the Dept. of the Interior, '''".y. 1966 awards 
administered -nr'ar '"■is activity are includ:;d in •:hiG publication even 
though these programs were not under the PHo for the entire fiscal year. 


Study Section/Committee Abbreviation 

Accident Prevention Research Ace Prev, APR. 

Allergy and Innnunology A&I, AI 

Allergy and Immunology Program-Project Committee .... AIP 

Allergy and Immunology Training Committee AITC 

Allergy and Infectious Diseases Training Committee . . . AID 

Applied Physiology AFY 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Program- Project 

Committee ...••• AMP 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Research Career 

Award Program- Project Committee AMK 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Training Committee . . AMTC, ARTH 

Bacteriology and Mycology B&M, BM 

Behavioral Sciences .. BS 

Behavioral Sciences Fellowship Panel BEH 

Biochemistry BIO 

Biological Training Committee BTC 

Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry BBC 

Cancer Chemotherapy CY 

Cancer Program-Project Committee CAP 

Cancer Training Committee CTC 

Cardiovascular ; Cardio, CV 

Cell Biology CB 

Chemotherapy CY 

Child Health and Human Development Program- Project 

Committee HDP 

Clinical Research Centers .... CLR, CRC 

Clinical Research Center Program- Project Committee, 

General ." CMC 

Communicative Disorder Research Training Committee . . . CDR 

Communicative Sciences , CMS 

Computers in Research C(M 

Construction Review Committee CRC 

Dental DEN 

Dental Program- Project Committee DEP 

Dentail Training Committee DTC, DTL 

Dermatology Review Committee DER 

Endocrinology Endo, END 

Environmental Sciences and Engineering ESE 

Environmental Sciences Review Committee ERT 

Epidemiology and Disease Control DC 

Experimental Psychology EXP Psy, EP 

General Medical Research Program-Project Committee . . . (MP 

General Medicine GM 

General Research Support GRS 

Genetics GEN 

Health Science Engineering and Biotechnology, Advisory 

Committee on SPR 

Health Services Research HSR 

Heart Program-Project Committee HEP 

Heart Training Commitct-e HTC 

Hematology Hema, HEM 


Study Section/Committee Abbreviation 

History of Life Sciences (formerly History of Medicine) . HistMed, HM 

Hospital and Medical Facilities HMF 

Hiiinan Ecology HUM Ec, HUE 

Human Embryology and Development HED 

International Centers, Committee on CIC 

International Fellowships Review Committee IFRC 

International Fellowships Review Panel IFRP 

Medical Libraries Facilities 6e Resources, Committee on . LFR 

Medicinal Chemistry MC 

Mental Health MH 

Mental Health Project Grants Review Committee MHPG, MHP, MPG, MPGA 

Mental Health Research Career Award Training Committee . MHK 

Mental Health Selection Committee MHSC 

Mental Health Small Grants MSM 

Mental Health Special Committee MHSC 

Mental Health Training Committee MTC 

Metabolism MET 

Microbiology Training Committee MIC 

Neurological Sciences Research Training Committee .... NSR 

Neurology Neuro, NEU 

Neurology and Blindness Program- Project Committee .... NBP 

Neurology Field Investigations NFI 

Nursing Research NR 

Nutrition Nutr, NTN 

Pathology PATH 

Perinatal Review Committee PNL 

Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics PET 

Pharmacology and Toxicology Review Committee PTR 

Physiological Chemistry Phys Ch, PC 

Physiology Physio, PHY 

Primate Cells, Advisory Committee on PME 

Primate Research Prim Res, PR 

Primate Research Centers, Advisory Committee on PME 

Psychopharmacology PMY 

Radiation RAD 

Research Career Award Training Committee ... RCA 

Scientific Publications ..... CSP 

Sensory Diseases SD 

Special Program- Project Committee SPP 

Special Resource Centers SPR 

Surgery SURG 

Toxicology TOX 

Translation Review Committee TRC 

Tropical Medicine and Parasitology TMP 

Virology and Rickettsiology V&R, VR 

Visual Sciences VIS 


Ad Hoc Review AHR 

No Study Section NSS 

Special Review (Institute Review) SRC 

Special Study Se-tion SSS 






CA-00281 GEN SAWIN, PAUL B., Roscoe B. JaclTs'on Mem. 
Lab., Bar Harbor, Me. Genetic 
shiriies nf the rabbit 

Am J Anat 111:239, 62. Morphoflenetlc studies 
of the rabbit. XXIX. Accessory ossification 
centers at the occlnito-vertehral articulation nf 
the dachfi (chondroclv<,troDhv) rabbit. 

Am J Anat 110:259, May 62. Morphogenetic 
studies of the rabbit. XXXI. Weights and 
linear mpa';iirpmpnl<; of hnne*;. 

Am J Anat 113:9, 63. Morpfiogenetlc studies 
of the rabbit. XXXII. Qualitative skeletal vari- 
ations induced by the ac aene. (Achondroolasja) 

Am J Physiol 204:271, 63. Maternal behavror 
in the rabbit: Endocrine factors involved In 
hair loosenino. 

Am Zool 2:523, 62. The effects of ethylene 
glycol and glycerine In the freezing of rabbit 

AnatRec 141:267, Dec 61. Worphogenetic 
studies of the rabbit. XXX. Measurements of 
the dloestive tube. 

Anat Rec 146:85, Jun 63. Morphogenetic studies 
of the rabbit. XXXV. Comparison of measure- 
mpnt<5 in nnrmat and dwarf rahhlt<: nf rar.p X^ 

Arch Neurol 6:123, 62. Hlstopathologlcal alter- 
ations In hereditary ataxia of rabbits. 

Genetics 47:519, 62. Recessive buphtalmos 
In the rabbit. 

J Hered 53:174, 62. Developmental anomalies fri 
Inbred rabbits. 

J Nerv Went DIs 136:130, Feb 63. Hereditary 
ataxis of rabbits: Identification of glycogen 
In hInd-braIn lesions. 

J Nerv Ment DIs 136:302, Mar' 63. Corticotropin 

in hprpditaru a^avla nf rahhlt 

Nature 197:161, 63. Maternal behaviour In 
the rabbit: Effects of environmental variation^ 

Proc 16th Int Congr Zool, Washington, D. C, 
Aug 63. The effect of gonadotrophic hormones 
on the Immature rabbit ovarv. 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 108:663, 61. Fer- 
mitv fmm frnzpn rahhit semen. 

Stain Teehnol 37:124, 62. MoSffled benzyl arco- 
hol clearing of alizarin stained specimens with- 
out loss of flexibility. 

Roots of Behavior . Harper Bros, Ch. 13, 62, An 
analysis of maternal behavior In the rabbit and 
Its endocrine basis. 

Am J Anat 113, (No 2):235, Sep hi. MorpFo- 
genetlc studies of the rabbit. XXXIV . Weights 
and linear measurements of_the bones of small 
race X rabbits comnared with l amp rarp III ._ 

Am J Anat 113:365, 63. Morphogenetic studies 
of the rabbit. XXXIII. Cartilages and muscles 
of the external ear as affected by the dachs 
aene (Da). 

Anat Rec 146:85, 63. Morphogenetic studies oF 
the rabbit. XXXV. Comparison of the weights 
and linear measurements In normal and heterozy- 
gous dwarf rabbits of race X. _ 

Anim Behav 11:283, 63. Maternal behaviour In' 
the rabbit under semi-natural conditions. 

Clin Orthop 33:71, 64. Genetics of skeleul 
deformities In the domestic rabbit (Oryctolagus 

Int J Neuropharmacol 2:255, 53^ Effects of pre- 
vious experience and age on sound Induced sei- 
zures in rabbits. 

J Nerv Ment DIs 136:130, iSTHeredltary ataxia 
of rabbits. Identification of glycogen In hind 
brain lesions. 

J Reprod Fertil 6:375, 63. Maternal behaviour 
in the rabbit: The quantification of nest bulld- 
ina. _ __ 

Proc 16th Int Congr Zool, Waifilngton, Bi:, Aug 
63. Development of the external ear In the 
dachs rabbit. 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 113:8537 63. Preserva- 
tion of rabbit spermatozoa: Ethylene glycol 
vs ulvcerol for frozen semen. 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 115:751, 64. A methoT 
for obtaining rabbit bone marrow for chromosome 

Maternal Behavior In Mammals , "John Wiley & 
Sons, New York, Ch. 3, 63. Maternal be- 
havior In rabbits. _ _ 

Anat Rec 150, (No 4) :44l, Dec '64. Development 
of the external ear in the d achs rabbit.^ 

J Nerv Ment Dis 139, tfro~2^:R0, Aug 64. 
Hereditary ataxia in the rabbit: Amino acid 
analyses of blood and brain. 


CA-00288 GM HOLLANDER, FRANKLIN, Mt.lTnai Hosp., U.V.t. 

Mucous secretions from normal and cancer- 
ous stomachs 
Ann N Y Acad Scl 99:67, Feb 62. Plasma 

nrntpln"; in na<;trir rniirii<: 

Fed Proc, v. 20, p. 249, Mar 61 
Gastroenterology, v. 40, p. 785, June 61 
Acta Un Int Cancer, v. 17, p. 307, 61 

Fed Proc 21:262, Mar-Apr 62.' Carbohydrate 

r,nmnn<:ltlnn nf na<;trlr. miirinnii*; <;prrpHnns. 

Gastroenterology 43:75, Jul 62. Serum proteins 

in na<;trir mnni*; a nd nthp r «;p r.rpHnn<;. 
Gastroenterology 43:304, Sep 62. The physlolt- 

ogy and chemistry of the secretion of gastric 

J Mount Sinal Hosp 28:505, Sep-Oct 61. Isofa- 

Unn nf a npiitral nrntpln-rarhnhvHratp rnmnlpY 

J Mount SInal Hosp 29:223, May-Jun 62. Helcf- 

pnhain and Rirkpl nniirhp^. 

Nature 195:575, Aug 62. 'iodine binding by 
proteins in canine oastric mucus. 
Proc Exp Biol Med, v.l06,p.629', 61 
J Biol Chem, V. 236,0. 770, Mai^l 

Proc 22nd Int Congr Physiol Scl, Leiden, (No 
392), Sep 62. Bicarbonate in mucinous se- 
cretions from canine oastric couches. 
Proe Soc Exp Biol Med 109:463, 62. Serum 

nrntpin? In na<trlr, QprrPtlnn^ 

Am J Physiol 205:625, 0cr63. Gastric re- 
sponse to topical histamine; subcutaneous 
dose-resoonse relation. 
Ann NY Acad Scl 106:757, 63. The electro- 
lyte patterns of gastric mucinous secretions: 

Its Imolicatlon for cvstic fibrosis. _ 

Fed Proc 23:213, Mar-Apr 44'. ElectrVphoretle 
fractionation of canine oastric mucus. 
CA-00297 MG GORDON, MYRON, New York Zoological Society, 

N.Y.C, Correlated studies of pigment and 
thvrold cell orowth 
Am J Anat 109:37, Jul 61. Situs Inversus 

In fleh 
CA-00307' PC SAMUELS, L.T., U.Utah, Salt Lake City 

Metabolism of steroids and relation to 
Arch Gynak 196:481, 62. Poiycystlsche 
ovarlen mit glelchzeltlger adenomatoser, 
atvolscher hvoerolasle. 
Endocrinology 70:109, Jan 6'J.' Radioactive 

andrnnpn^ in upntrat nrn^iM^ 

CA-00321 END STEVENS, D., Worcester Fdn., Shrewsbury, Mass. 

Mptahnllchi nf cfpi-nlHc In \ihin and In vltm 

Endocrinology 70:359, Mar 62. Estrogen 
pffprt<; nn rarfinnir anhvrir asp. 
CA-00343 END GARDNER, WILLIAM U., Seh. Mef., Yale Univ., 

New Haven, Conn. Hormone Imbalance In 
J Nat Cancer Inst 29:835, Nov 62. Transplant- 

atinn nf mammarv nlann<: inmirp- _ 

J Nat Cancer Inst 30:585, <b3. Morphogenesis 
and growth potentiality of mammary glands in 
mice. II. Quantitative transolantation of mam- 
marv otands of normal malp minp. 
Acta Un Int Cancr 20:1439, 64; Most-tumor re- 
lationships in testicular interstitial cell tumors. 
J Nat Cancer Inst 32:^3, 64. "Straln'diFference 
in normal and abnormal pregnancies In mice and 
relationship to mammary tumor incidence. 
Science 144, (No 3624) :1351, Jun 64. Develop- 
ment of mouse epos in diffusion chambers. 
Cancer Res 25:1792, 65. The Incidence of "cancer In 
qualitatively transplanted mammary glands and Its relation 
to age and milk agent of the donor and host mice. 
J Nat Cancer Inst 34:601, 65. Histochemistry and electron 
microscopy or iron-containing granules, lysosomes and 
lipofuscln in the mouse mammary glands. 
* CA-00355 PATH MILLER, J.A., Sch. Med., U. Wisconsin, Madison 

Mechanisms of chemiral rarrinnapnp<;is 
Canad Cancer Conf 4:57, 61. Biochemical 

conceots of carcinooenesis. 
Cancer Res 21 r465, Nov 61. N-hydroxy- 

latinn of 4-acetyiaminobi ohenvl ■ 
Ca.cerRes 21:815, 61. N-Hydroxy-2-acetyl- 
aminofluorene: Metabolite of 2-acetylamlno- 
fluorene with Increased carcinooenic activity. 
Cancer Res 21:1068, Sep 61. Carcinogenic- 
ity nf 31MAB and derivative";. 
Cancer Res 22:1002, Sep 62. Fluoro deriva- 
tives nf 2-ar.etvlaminoflunrene. 
Cancer Res 22:1336, Dec 62. Metabolism of 2- 

arptvlaminnfliinrpnp in ^hp mnntpv 

Cancer Res 22:1381, Dec 62. Carcinogenicity of 



See Errata, p. 755, for additional entries 




:/ CA-0036Z 

ii CA-O0372 
t CA-00392 

C CA-00407 

i CA-00429 

t CA-00484 

Cancer Res 23;229, FeL / j^ciicllles 

of fluoro derivatives of lo-m.. Myl-l,2-benzan- 

fhrarpnp. II. Siih^litiiMnn nF K miinn anH th» CA-00510 

V~ f>- anH 7-nnclfEnnc 

Ann NY Acad Scl 123:125, Mar S5. MeUbolIsm 
of druas In relation to carclnoaenlcltv. 
CB Gev, G.O. . Johns Hooklns Univ. . Baltimore. Md. 

GEN DICKIE, M.M., RoscoeB. Jackson Mem. Lab., 
Bar Harbor, Me. Investigations in 
hnrmnnal halanrp and ahnnrmal arnwth 
J Heredity 53:84, Mar-Apr 62 i New viable 

Vffllnw miitatlnn In thp hnn^e mouse. 
J Hered 40, (No 3) :97, May-Jtin 64. New 
solotch alleles in the mouse. 
CB BITTNER, J.J., (J. Minnesota, Minneapolis 

npnesif; of mammarv in mirp 
J Nat Cancer Inst 27:1273, Dec 61. Mammary 
nanrpr indiined hv nituita rv is oorafts. _ 

PC HELLERMAN, LESLIE, Sch. MeS^; Johns Hopkins 

Univ., Baltimore, Md. Chemical processes 
Intrrfprina with metabolism 
Fed Proc 20, Apr 61 . Pasteur effect reversal 

in rat hrsin miinnhnndria. 
Biochemistry 3:394, 64. Oxidation of biological 
thiols; Glutathlone-lndoohenol interactions. _ 
J Biol Chem 239:2135, 64. Pyruvate metabolism. 
V. Pyruvate utilization by mitochondria of rat 
Proc Am Chem Soc 148th M"tfl,'p. 37C, Sep fA. 
Action of organic mercurials, Ag', and a disul- 
fide on crvstallized D-amIno acid oxidase. 
Blochim Biophys Acta 100:98765. The Inter- 
action of 2,6-dichlorolndophenol and protein 

sulfhydryl groups. _ 

Fed Proc, Apr 65. Selective TnHlbltion in the 
action of sulfhydryl-characterlzing reagents on 
crystallized D-amino acid oxidase, glutamate 

dehvdroaenase. and urease. _ 

J Biol Chem 240:198, 65. L-lSlutamate dehydro- 
genase. III. Molecular size of bovine gluta- 
mate dehydrogenase and the methylmercuric CA-00524 

bromide-activated enzyme (n the concentration 
of range of enzymatic assay. 
J Biol Chem 240:290, 65. Studies on crystaninci 
D-amino acid oxidase. I. Selective Inhibition 
in the action of sulfhydryl -bindi ng reagents^ 
J Biol Chem 240:4058, 65. ^tujjes on 
crystalline Dramino acid oxidase. II. Isolation 
of a reduced 14c-labeled substrate-enzyme 
intermediate after the action of sodium 
Proc Am Chem Soc Nat Mtgj'Sep 65. Substrate 
specificity of D-amino acid oxidase: Sigma- 

Rho relationshio. 

HUE MASON, J.B., Am. Col. Surg., Chicago, III. 
Sui-vev of cancer clinical activity oroarams 
Bull Am Coll Surg, Sep-Oct 61. Cancer pro- 
grams approved by American College of Surg-, 
eons . 
Manual fnr Cancer Programs. American College 
nf ^uropnn*; . ft! . 
HED VAN WAGENEN, G., Yale Univ. Sch. Med., 
New Haven, Conn. Tumorigenesis 
in the monkev 
J Opt Soc Am 53:293, Feb 63. Evaluation of' 

cinnlp-niimhpr pvni'pg'sion g of rntnr Hlffprpnrp^ 

Proc Conf Res Primates, Tektronic Foundation 
p. 67, 63. Induction of ovulation in Macaca 
mulatta bv human nostmenooausal aonadotroohia 
BIO LUCK, J. MURRAY, Sch. Humanities, Scl., 
Stanford Univ., Stanford, California 
Proteins of cell nuclei 
Anal Biochem 3Ktl5, May 62. Preparative CA-00558 

<;farr.h apt pipr.tronhorpsis. 

Blochim Biophys Acta 59:211, 62. Apparatus : 

fni* 7nnp p)prrrnnhnrpci«: in «:vnthpltr npU 

Biochemistry 1:79, 62. Complexity of calf 
th«mu<; hittnne. 

Fed Proc 21, Mar-Apr 62. Unidentified com- 
ponent of hydrolysates of certain fractions of 
calf thvmus hi<:tone. 

Biochemistry 3:10, 64. The occurrence of 
eosilon-N-methvl Ivsine in histones. 

Canad J Biochem Physiol 4271743, 64. The " ' 
histones of chicken erythrocyte nuclei. 

Fed Proc 22:353, 63. Properties of nucleo- 

hi<;fnnp(; nf \/afipH aminn a^iH rnmnncitinn 

J Chromatogr 15:1, 64. A stream division valve 

for use in automatic column chromatoaraohv. 
J Molec Biol 8:54, 64. Physical and biological 

nrnnprtip<; nf <;nliihlp niirlpnhi^rnnp<; 
Proc 6th Int Congr Biochem, New York, 64. 

On the association of histones with deoxyri- 

honiirlpir ar.iH. 
The Nucleohistones, Holden-Day, San Francis- 

rn. (^aiit. Wt. 1 hp hptprnopnpitu of hi*:rnnP5.__ 
The Nucleohistones, Holden-Day, San Francisco, 

llal If . M Htt:tnnp rhpmi^try Thp ninnpprQ 

The Nucleohistones, Holden-Day, San Francis- 

en . Call! . M HT<;tnnp nnmpnrlatiirp. 

The Nucleohistones , Holden-Day, San Francls- 
CO, Ualit, 64. Histones from chicken erythro- CA-00592 

c.v\p niirlpi. 


The Nucleohistones , Holden-Day, San Francis- 

rn. (lalli. 64. I hp <;tatp nf hi>;tnnp rhpmistrv. 
WILSON, J. WALTER, Brown Unw:, Providence^ 
R I Nuclear ohenomena in the mouse liver 
Endocrinology 69:720, Oct 61. Initiation 

nf thvrnirt fiinr.tinn. 
Fed Proc 21:156, 62. Liver mitochondria In 

essential faltv acid-deficient mice. _ 

J Cell Biol 16:281, 63. Mitochondria in essential 

fattv arid Hpfir.ipnru 
J Nat Cancer Inst 30:85, Jan 63. Intrasplenic 

imnlantatinn nf liupr 

J Roy Micr Soc 81:119, Mar 63. Glycol metha- 

rrvlarp in iiltra^tnrrtiiral rvtnrhpiniirru 

J Ultrastruct Res 6:466, 62. Mouse liver In- 

fprfpH hv pr.trnmplla winic 

Physiologist 5:231, 62. Essential fatty acfd 

opficipnr.v in the mnu<:p. 
Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3:337, 62. Trans- 
plantable mouse hepatomas derived from in- 
trasolenicallv-imDlanted normal liver. 
Proc European Conf Electron Microscopy, v.2,p.&W, 61 
.1 Bloohvs Biochem Cvtoloav. v. 10.0. 437, 61 

Proc 5th Int Congr Electron Mictosc 2, 62. La 
formation de mitochondries nouvelles dans les 
soemiatocvtes du rat. 
Proc Soc Exo Binlnov and Med. v. 106 .0.37. 61_ 
Sympos Int Soc Cell Biol 1:21, 62. Embedding 

media for ultrastructural cvtochemistrv. 
Ann NY Acad Sci 111:8, Dec 63. Histogene- 
sis of the liver. 
J Nat Cancer Inst 33, (No 4):721, Oct 64. 
Effect of essential fatty acid deficiency on 
uitrastructure and arowth of transolantable 
mouse heoatoma BR L. 
The Liver , Academic Press, New York, 2:637 H. 
Regeneration of the liver. 
J Cell Biol 26:137, 65. Hydroxypropyl methacrylate, 
a new water-miscible embedding medium for electron 


MC LACASSAGNE, A. Inst. Pasteur, Paris, France 

Mechanism nf r,arrinnapnp<;i'; 
826, 1711,Juillet61 
Bull Societe Chimique de Fiance, p. 1657 , 61 
J Ora Chem. V. 26 .0.2996. 61 

Bull Cancer 49 (No 3):312, 62. Homologues 

mpfhvlpc Hii 1 y hpnyanfhrarpnp 

Bull Soc Chim France p. l398, 62. IsomerisatJon 
des hydrocarbures polycycliques aromatiques 

^nil^ I'ar.rinn Hii rhlnriirp H'aliiminiiim 

C R Acad Sci , Nov 62. Formylation du dibenzo- 
1.2:3.4 pyrene et synthese du methyl-5 dibenzo- 
1.7-3.4 nvrpnp. 

J Chem Soc p. 4836, Nov 61. Carcinogenic nitro- 
gen compounds. XXXI. Benzacridines and other 
nitrnapn-hptprnnvrlir Hpriuatiupq nf m-pthvl- 

J Chem Soc p. 146, Jan 62. Carcinogenic nitro- 
gen compounds. XXXII. Synthesis of new 
hiahlv active hpn7nnvriHnnarha7nlp«: 

J Chem Soc p. 1126, Mar 62. Carcinogenic nitro- 
gen compounds. XXXIII. Alkyl-substituted 
hpn7ar.riHinp^ and hpn7nnhpnap<;a7inp*:. 

J Chem Soc p. 2630, Jul 62. Carcinogenic nitro- 
gen compounds. XXXIV. 5,7,8-Trimethyl-l- 
tptralnnp and hpn7nr.arha7nlp<; and Hihpn7n- 
rarha7nlpc HprhtpH fhprpfrnm 

J Org Chem 26:2996, 61. Some derivatives of 

1 .? -"^ -4-tptrahvHmnhpnanfhrpnp 

Nature, V. 190 ,p. 1007, June 61 
J Chem Soc, p.384, 2258, Jan, May 61 
Gemotes rendus seances Acad S ci . t. 253 . 255 .0.593 
CB SCOTT, JESSE F., Mass. GenT Hosp., 
Boston, Mass. Histochemistry of 
nncnntrnlled cell arowtii 
Blochim Biophys Acta 55:379, 62. The 

all(alinp hvHrntv«:i<; of <:nlrihlp rihnnncieic acid^ 
Blochim Biophys Acta 61:62, 62. Conserva- 
tion of RNA-nnrinpQ 
Cancer Res 23:688, Jun 53. Thyroxine and pi- 
hiilai-v tiimnp mptahnlicm 

Blochim Biophys Acta 87: 199, '64. Some nucleo- 
tide sequence from partially purified transfer 
ribonucleic acids. 
Fed Proc 23:164, 64. Studies on the nuclear 

RNA of Ehrlich ascites tumor cells^ 

Proc Biophys Soc ^tfiTnn M~tg, FeB,T57"S com^ 
parative study of the effect of ultraviolet 
liaht on transfer-RNA (6-RNA) from veast and 
from E. coli. 
Biochem Biophys Res Commun 22:459, 66. Effects of 

ultraviolet liqht on the bloloqical functions of transfer I^NA. 
Proc Nat Acad Scl 55:579, 66. Conformational differences 

amonn ourifled samples of transfer RNA from veast. 
Histology, McGraw-Hill Co, New York, 65. Liver and 

Methods In Enzymology, Academic Press, fiew York, 66. 
Ion exchange paper techniques for assay of nucleotide 

Methods In Enzymology, Academic Press, New York, 66. 

Membranp niter technioue. 
RAD CHASE, HERMAN B., Brown Univ., 

Providence, R.I. Skin cycles 

and inni7ina radiations 

I 514 

Aerospace Med 32:921, Oct 61. Heavy 

Inn ;inH milllhp;4m irrAni;itlnn^. 

Anat Rec 144:135, 62. Prenatal formation of 

hair fnlllrip tvnpc 

Ann NY Acad Scl 100:390, 63. Evidence for in- 
direct effects of radiations of heavy Ions and 

plprtrnn^ nn hair HpninmPntaUnn 
Genet Res 4:1, 63. Phenogenetlcs of hair mu- 

frantc in hnticp mniicp. nnneciim :*nr^ ran/tpH 

J Exp Zool 5:148, Dec 61. Follicle growth 

Hiirinn ratanpn. 

J Exp Zool 148, (No 3):205, Dec 61. Growtfi 
and differentiation of hair follicles between 
oerlods of activity and quiescence. 

J Exp Zool 149:161, Apr 62. X-ray effects on 

pwp nInmpntaMnn, 
J Exp Zool 150:207, 62. Possible functions of 

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Science 150:462, 65. 1965 Nobel laureates in medicine or 


Thesis, PhD, C D Yegian, 66. Studies on the intracellular 

rnnriitinn nf transfpr RNA in hartpria hf\ 

Thesis, PhD, R Hill, 66. Genetic factors of Escherichia coll 
determining suppression of the amber mutant phenotype of 
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Panprc nn Rarlprial Vinisp^. I ittlp. Rrnwn C.n . Rnstnn . 65. 

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CA-02130 CY FRIEDMAN, ORRIE M., Brandeis Univ., 

Waltham, Mass. Chemotherapy of 


Chem Industry 2062, 62. Synthesis of glycine 

Gastroenterology 44:127, 53. A method for the 
colorimetric determination of a-glutamyl trans- 
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in hp;«lth and riicpa^P- 

J Med Chem 6:50, 63. Synthesis of N-phos- 
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wirh latpnt r.vfntoxicitv. 
CA-02143 PATH LANDING, B.H., Col. Med., Univ. Cincinnati, 

Ohio Histochemical analysis of cellular 

Am J Dis Child 105:346, Apr 63. Septicemic 

aHrpnal hpmnrrhanp 
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Biochem J 81:494, 61. Krebs cycle in 

tumniii' tiQCtiPC 

CA-02146 CB BUCHER, NANCY L.R., Mass. Gen. Hosp., 

Boston, Mass. Cytoplasmic factors in 
nplliilar orowth 

Fed Proc 20:286, 61. DNA synthesis during 
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Fed Proc 21, Mar-Apr 62. Threshold of response 

tn naftial hpnatprtninu in rat*:. 

Int Rev Cytol 15:245, 63. Regeneration of mam- 

Cancer Res 24, (No 3):509, Apr 64. The iii- 

fluence of age upon the incorporation of 
thvmidine-2-Cl4 into the DI\IA of reqeneratinq 
rat llvpr- 
CanCfer ReS 24, (No 9):i6U, U6t 64. Thfe fate ' 
of incorporation of labeled thymidine into the 
deoxyribonucleic acid of regenerating rat liver 
in relation to the amount of liver excised. 
Fed Proc 24:665, 65. The labeling of the OTP" 
and CTP pools and nuclear RNA in regenerating 
rat liver following iniection of orotic acid-6-Cl4 
J Cell Biol 23;15a, 64. Incorporation of orotrc 
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RMA of rpopneratlno rat liver. 
Blochim Biophys Acta 108:551, 65. Rate of incorporation of 
[6-14c] orotic acid in uridine 5'-triphosphate and cytldine 
5'-triohosphate and nuclear ribonucleic acid regenerating 
rat liver. 
Fed Proc 25:773, 65. Orotic acid-5-Cl4 incorporation into 
RNA and its labeled orecursors in rat liver. 
CA-02149 ■. HEM BERMAN, LAWRENCE, Wayne State Univ., Col.' 
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affpr.tino prvthrnnnipsis 
Blood 18:781, 61. Erythroblast maturation in bone 

marrnw/ rnlturp*;. Fffprt nf pruthrnnniptin 

J AppI Physiol 17:1021, 62. Aseptic aspiration 
nf hnne marrnw from the livinu rabbit. 

J Mich Med Soc 52:670, 53. Effect of erythropoi- 
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Lab Invest 2:1322, 62. Primary cultures of 
macrophages from normal human peripheral 

Ervthropoiesis. Grune & Stratton, Inc, New York 
p. 286, 62. The effect of erythropoietin on 
erythroblast maturation in bone marrow cultures. 

J Michigan Med Soc 62:670, Jul 63. Effect 
of ervthronoiptin in vitro. 
CA-02151 ■ Al ALBERT, SAMUEL S., Detroit Inst. Cancer Res., 

Detroit, Mich. Immunochemical mechanism 
in ranrpr strain mice 

Arch Path 71:532, May 61. Lymph nodes, 
serum proteins in mice with spontaneous neo- 

Rlnlnglral Intprar.t inn*: in Normal and NpnplasHr. 
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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 4:51, 53. Mass 
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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 5:2, 64. Size and 
mitochondrial content of normal and leukemic 
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Proc Mtg Electron Microsc Soc Am, Denver, 
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in ';nlppn. 
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CA-02158 GEN HERSHEY, A. D., Carnegie Inst., Wash., D.C. 

^rnwth and inhpritanrp in hartprinnhaap 

Biophys J 2:423, 52. Molecular weight of T5 

J Molec Biol 3:458, 61. Relative molecular 

weight series derived from nucleic acid of 

hartprinnhaap T2. 

J Molec Biol 4:313, 62. Specificity and 
concentration limit in self-protection against 
mprhaniral hrpakaop nf DNA. 

J Molec Biol 5:230, 63. Local denaturation of 

nMA U\i choarinn fnmae: unH hi/ hoat 

Proc Nat Acad Sci 8:1113, 61. Molecular 
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Proc Nat Acad Sci 49:151, Feb 63. Changes in 
molecular weight of DNA accompanying muta- 
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Proc Nat Acad Sci 49:366, Mar 63. An unusual 
DNA extracted from bacteria infected with 

nhanP T7 

Proc Nat Acad Sci 49:748, May 63. Cohesion of' 

nMA mnlpriilp*: icniatpd from nhanp lamhda 

Virology 15:237, Nov 61. Development of 

rpcictanrp tn iiltrauinlpt irradiatinn. 

Carnegie Institution of 

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arneqie Institutiori or wasniriton Year Hook i 
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Carnegie InstituHohloT WaTfiington year uook 63, 
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J Molec Biol 9:834, 64. Occurrente of 5-methyl-i 
denxvcvtidvlate in the DNA of ohaae lambda. 
CB HOLDEN, MARGARET, Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. ' 

Studies on the effect of adrenocortical steroids 
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J Infect Dis 110:268, May-Jun 62. Vaccinia 

i,iMic ni-nwn with h\,Hrnrnfti*:nnP 

BBC DOTY, P., Harvard U., Cambridge, Mass. 
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Biochim Biophys Acta 53:225, 61. Hetero- 
geneity of thermally denatured and renatured 

Biochim Biophys Acta 55:13, 62. Concentration 

pf forte in nWA 

Biochim Biophys Acta 61:458, 52. Effect of 

temperature on cross-linking of deoxyribonu- 

rlpir arid <:trand<: hu nltravinlpt radiatinn. 

Biopolymers 1:145, 53. Reaction of formaldehyde 

lAiith cnliihtip Kitinniirlpir ariH 

Biopolymers 1:209, 63. The inactivation of 

snliihle ribonucleic acid bv formaldehyde. 

Harvey Lect 55:103, 61. Inside nucleic 


J Am Chem Soc 83:3155, 61. Ultraviolet 
fntatnru dicnprsinn nf niirlpir arid*: 

J Am Chem Soc 83:3351, 61. Separation of 
L-valine acceptor "soluble RNA" by specific 
reaction with oolvacrvlic acid hvdrazide. 

J Biol Chem 236:4, 61. Polynucleotide-pojy- 

dpnxvrihnniirlpotide hplical cnmolexes. 
J Biol Chem 236:2738, 61. Reaction of 

fnrmaldehvdp with nnlvnucleotides. 
J Cell Comp Physiol 58:33, 61. Effect of 

ultraviolet light on the biological and physical 

nrnnprtips of DNA. 
J Chim Phys 58:945, 61. Reversible denatur- 

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J Molec Biol 3:585, 61. Thermal lenaturation 

nf dpnvvrihnnirrlpir arid*;. 
J Molec Biol 3:596, 61. Formation of hybrid 

DNA molecules and their use in study of DNA 

J Molec Biol 4:430, 52. Determination of DNA 

J Molec Biol 5:109, 62. Determination of DNA 
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J Polymer Sci 55:1, 61. Polynucleotides and 
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Proc 5th Int Congr Biochem 1:232, 63. Detection 

nf nWA hnmnlnnipc 

Proc Nat Acad Sci 47:972, 61. Nature of in- 

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Virology 18:43, Sep 62. Base sequence homology 

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BBC HALL, CECIL E., Mass. Inst. Tech., Cambridge, 
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J AppI Phys 32:1640, 61. Electron microscopy of 

niirlpir arid*: and nrntpin*; 

J Mol Biol 4:173, 62. Bacteriophage 

nhiyi74 and it*; DNA. 

Proc 5th Int Congr Electron Microscopy, 52. 

^tnirtitral rnmnnnpntc nf uuniinH-tiimnr uini<; 

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diirpd hu rhannp*; in nH nf thp *:nlvpnt. 

Science 138:1399, Dec 62. Ribosomal clusters 

c^/n^hoci7inn homnnlnhin 

Virology 17:123, May 52. Electron microscopy 

of iwnitnH-titmnp \/inr;. 

J Molec Biol 7:652, 63. The visualization of 

nnlvrihosomal structure. 
Lab Invest 12, (No 10):998, Oct 63. Electron 

microscopy of the fibrinogen molecule and the 

fibrin clot. 
Science 142, (No 3600):1658, Dec 63. 

Polyribosomes: Size in normal and polio- 

infpntpd HpI a cells. 
J Ultrastruct Res 11:274, 64. The structure of 

pseudomonas aeruginosa phages B3, #79, and 

Plant yirologv . Univ Florida Press, GamsviHe, 
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Biochim Biophys Acta 108:659, 65. Gamma globulin syn- 
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JAbrI Ptiysiol 36:2603, 65. Electron-microscoDy Instru- 

Lab Invest 14:829, 65. Quantitative evaluation of electron 

Science 148:1739, 65. Configuration of inactive and active 
Dolvsomes of ttie develooino down feather. 
CA-02177 PC BAUMANN,C.A., U.Wisconsin, Madison 

Phvcinlnnv nf rhp riplta-7-^tPrnl<; 

CA-02187 RAD BROWNELL, G.L., Mass. Gen. Hosp,, Boston, Mass 

Scintillation counters in multiple tracer 


Brit J R ad i o l 3 7 , ( No 433 ) :45, 3an 64. G artihia - 
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CA-02189 CY PRICE, CHARLES C, Sch. Med., Univ. Penn- 

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of leukemia and allied diseases 
Biochim Biophys Acta 56:181, 62. Pyridine 
nucleotide reduction associated with glucose 
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Cancer Res 23:1235, Aug 63. Microbiological 
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PFT Fprancnn F.C. .)r. . Alhanv Med. Col. . Albany . N.Y. 

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END DORFMAN, RALPH 1., Grad. Sch., Worcester 

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Acta Endocr 40:565, 62. Androgenic activity of 

anHrnct-J-pnp-'^R 1 7R-Hinl. 

Acta Endocr 41:265, 62. Assay of orally ad- 

minicforoH fliinvvmectprnne in thp r:^^trM0A rat 

Acta Endocr 41:268, 62. Subcutaneous in- 
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Acta Endocr(Suppl 74)42:3, 63. Assay of andro- 
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Acta Endocr 42:17, 63. Anti-ovulatory activity 
of steroids admisintered by gavage in the adult 
oestrus rabbit. 

Acta Endocr 42:240, 63. Assay of orally 
administered androgens using the chick's 


Acta Endocr 42:245, 63. The assay of subcu- 

taneously Injected androgens in the castrated 

Chemotherapia 5:294, 62. Oral thymolytic activity 

'^f A- jjfiH Q.hslo rnrtir-nlHc and rolafpH ctprniH' 

Endocrinology, v. 68, p. 17, 43, v. 69, p. 283, 61 
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Endocrinology 68:17, Jan 61. Anti-estrogen 
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Endocrinology 71:271, Aug 62. Thymolytic 

pffprt nf rnrtirniHc 

Endocrinology 71:492, 62. Steroid anti-estrogen 

and anM-mammarv tumor activltv in rodents. 
Endocrinology 71:920, 62. Biosynthesis of 

Endocrinology 72:115, Jan 63. Pituitary gonado- 

frnnir inhihirnrv arfinn nf pctrnnp in rat<i. 

Endocrinology 72:259, Feb 63. Relative potency 
of various steroids in an anabollc-androgenic 
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Endocrinology 72:903, 63. Effect of urinary 
gonadotropin inhibitor on the mouse uterine 
resDonse to various oonadotrooins. 

J Clin Endocr Metab 22:1193, 62. Biosynthesis 
of dehydroepiandrosterone in a patient with a 
virilizinq adenoma. 

Metabolism 12:242, Mar 63. Effect of steroids 

on inrnrnnratinn nf raHinqnlFiir 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 110:750, 62. Biological 
activity of certain 4-methyl ring A aromatic 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 111:441, 62. An anti- 

an-ti"%.ion accau iicinn *hp racfra^pH mnticp 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 111:642, 62. DifferentiaT 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 111:645, 62. Effect of 

irradiation anH rorticnl nn thumiiQ frartinn 

Steroids 1:9, Jan 63. Enol dependent reactions 
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^tprniri*: l-lftS- Fph 6*^ ^tprnid anti-p<:trnapns. 

Steroids 1:219, 63. The preparation, proof of 
structure, anti-estrogenic and anti-androgenic 
a-tiuitv of 17 17-Himpth»/I riplta Q IT nnnaHipn- 

Steroids 1:528, 63. Response of chick oviduct 
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warlniic <:tproiH^ 

Steroids 2:185, Aug 63. Anti-androgens In a 

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Amsterdam, p. 43, 63. Anti-androgenic com- 
Acta Endocr 45:40, 64. Increase of p-glucu- 
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Nat Cancer Inst Monogr 12:161, 63. Antian- 

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Steroids 2, (No 5):555, Nov 63. The anti- 

anrirnopnir activity of 5-fluorouracil. 
Steroids 3, (No 1):109, Jan 64. Anabolic- 

androgenic potency of various steroids in a 

castratpH rat ass.nv 
Steroids 3, (No 2):173, Feb 64. Relative 

potency of 3-deoxy Cig-steroids in a chick's 

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bacterial A5-3-keto isomerase. 
Steroids 3, (No 6):675, Jljn 64. Biological 

activity of various steroids including B-flor- 

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Am J Cardiol 8:582, Oct 61. Cardiovascular 

natholnnw in aHrpnalprtnmi7pd calt-lnaripH rat^ 

Am J Proctol 12:245, Aug 61. Relationship of 
Arch Path 73:343, Apr 62. Toxicity of 

ammftnltim arp^a^P in rafc 

Clin Pharmacol Ther 3:242, Mar-Apr, 62. 

C.nntrnl anH pxnlnraUnn nf animal variables in 
Hnin rAcoarrh 

Endocrinology 70:806, Jun 62. Stress and 

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J Oklahoma Med Assn 107. Mar 62. Role of 

aHronal rnrtpv in thp ptinfnou nf Hicp;^<:p. 

Perspect Biol Med 5:65, Autumn 61. Testing 

riaimc tn knnwipriap in htnlnou and m<»dicine 
Perspect Biol Med 5:356, Spring 62. Uses 

nf pfflrlpnrw in tirioncp ann pHiiraHnn. 

Perspect Biol Med 6:256, Winter 63. The care 

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RAPER, JOHN R., Sch. Arts, Sci., Harvard 
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Mycologia 55:79, Jan-Feb 63. Patterns of sexu- 
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Proc Nat Acad Sci 48:743, 62. Mutations in 
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Recent Advances Botony 4:379, 61. Para- 
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J Am Chem Soc 84:1303, 62. Isolation, 
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J Org Chem 29;3599, 64. Benzoxazone for- 
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J Org Chem 27:3346, 62. Syntlieses and reac- 

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J Biophys Biochem Cytol llilS, 61. Locali- 
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Virology 14:83, 61. Chemical composition of 
nartiallv Durified alfalfa mosaic virus. 

Virology 16:392, Apr 62. Virus distribution 

Virology 18:329, Oct 62. Fluorescent antibody 

cfaininn nf uiral anfiopn in niant npll«. _■ 

Virology 20:75, May 63. Observations on surface 

nf rpli*: infprtpri with Rniie_ carrnma \/ini<; _ 

Science 142 , (No 3594):961 , Nov 63 . Elec- 
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Virology 21, (No 2):203, Oct 63 . Electron 
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Blophysik 2:73, 64. Electron micr'oscopy" of 
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multiolication of lioovirus-infected human cells. 
Science 146:254, 64. Electron microscopy of 
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Virology 25:133, 65. Immunofluorescence studies 
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J Molec Biol 13:749, 65. Cyclic DNA of Shope papilloma 


J Molec Biol 14:271, 65. Single-strand breaks in duplex 

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Virology 28:520, 66. Electron microscopy of tobacco mosaic 

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Virology 28:527, 66. Electron microscopy" of tobacco mosaic 
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J Biol Chem 236:74, Oct 61. Cooperative 

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J Biol Chem 236:2662, Oct '61. Acid trans- 

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J Biol Chem 237, (No 8):2509, Aug 62. Mov- 
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J Biol Chem 237, (No 8):25T4, Aug 62 . 
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J Biol Chem 237, (No 10):3163, Oct 62 . A 
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J Biol Chem 238:1984, Jun 63. Structural trans- 

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J Biol Chem 238:2245, Jun 63. Microhetero- 
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Statistical evaluation of the rotatory dispersion 
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Two proposed methods and their application to 
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J Biol Chem 238, (No6):198"4, Jun 63. A 
structural transformation in bovine and human 
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J Biol Chem 238, (No 6):2245, Jun 63 . 
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Bull Shimane Agric Coll 13(A) :116, Jan 65. A 
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Pharmacol Rev 13:329, Sep 61. Hepatic and ~ - 
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Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 110:2S8, 62. Influence 
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Am J Cardiol 14, (No 1):18, Jul 64. Physio- 
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Cancer 16:283, 63. The effect of quinacrine 

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Am J Med 36:382, 64. Effect of metasutic' 
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Biochim Blophys Acta 84:ii&7, 64. The locall'j- 
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Blood 22:808, 63. Factors involved in ery- 
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Blood 23:68, 64. Subnormal serum folate and 
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Bull NY Acad Med 40, 64. Studies on the 
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Bull NY Acad Med 40:88,^64:"Clinical, cyto- 
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Bull NY Acad Med 40:89, 64. Response of 
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Cincinnati J Med 45:51, 64. Viruses and 

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Fed Proc 23:220, 64. Nuclease of rabbit 
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Fed Proc 23:308, 64. Respiratory adjustments 
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Advances Enzyme Regulat JTT,"??. RelaBoTIe" 
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DNA-dependent RNA polymerase. 
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Fed Proc 25:275, 66. Studies on DNA-dependent RNA 

Dolvmerase viiith 5.6-dihvdro-UTP as substrate. 
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PATH HERTIG, ARTHUR J., Harvard Med. Sch., Boston, 
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rnllanpn in rhp hiim^n pnHnmprriiim 

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Obstet Gynec 22:96, 63. Histological and func- 

Vinnal rnn<;pnnpnrp<; nt nprim/arian arihp<:inni? 

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non-genetic amino acid-sequence errors in 
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Fed Proc 20:1, 61. Specificity of amino acid 

prth/atinn pn7vmp*: 

Fed Proc 22:2891, 63. Non-genetic errors 

in orotein hiosvnthesis 
Math ProbI Biol Sci 14:47, 62. History and 

cnpriilatinn r\n orntpin cunthpcic 

Advances in Tracer Methodology, Plenum Press, 

New York, 1:121. Scintillation counting of 

Cl4 -labeled oaoer r.hromatoarams 
Amino Acid Pools, Elsevier Pub Co, Amsterdam, 

p. 732, 62. Free amino acids as inter- 
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Acta Chem Scand 17:S117, 63. Species 

soeclficitv of transfer RNA . 
Biochem J 89:82, 63 . The frequency of errors 

in nrntpin hio<iVnfhp«;i'; . 
Biochim Biophys Acta 72:372, 63. A radio- 
active hydroxamate method for determining 

rates of amino acid activation. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 72:383, 63. The 

measurement of amino acid specificity of 

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intermediates in orotein synthesis. 
RAO WOOD, T.H., U. Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 
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cpncitivltv nf vpa*:t nn rplliil;)r watpr rrinfpnt , 


GEN ALTENBURG, EDGAR, Grad. Sch., Rice Inst., 
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miitanpnp^ic in Hrncnnhila 

Genetics 47, (No 3):273, Mar 62 . The muta- 
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Genetics 47, (No 3):361, Mar 62 . The pro- 
portionality between mutation rate and ultra- 
violet dose after ohotoreactivation in Droso- 

Proc Genet Soc (No 30):65, 61 . The linearity 
of the ultraviolet dose-rate curve after photo- 
reactivation in Drosoohila. 

Genetics 48, (No 4):525, Apr 63. Failure to 
detect an anti-mutagenic effect of chloramphen- 
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oprm frank) nf nmcnnhila 

MET CANTAROW, A., Jefferson Med. C, Phlla. 
Tumor growth In relation to protein 


Cancer Chemother Rep 22:37, Sep 62. 5-FU 

inhihiHnn nf tpcrncfprnnp-cMmiilatpH nrnuufh 

J Am Chem Soc 83:4618, 61. Ozonolysis of 

hpn7nr A 1 nvrpnp 
Proc Snc Exo RinI Med ll'!;!!!';?. 64. 
MG HADLER, HERBERT!., Chicago Med. Sch., 

Chicago, Illinois The mechanism of the 

carcinoaenic action of the hvdrncarhnn 9.10- 
Himpthvl-1 . ?-hpn7anthranpnp. 
Experientia 17, (No 6):268, 61. An hypothesis 
for oxidativp nhosnhorvlatinn . 
END VILLEE, CA., Jr., Sch. Med., Harvard Univ., 
Boston, Mass. 

Mechanism of action of steroid hormones 
Acta Endocr 42:233, 63. Some interactions of 

ctprniHc nuftHinp nii^lpntiHpc anr4 onTiimoc 

Am J Obstet Gynec 84:1684, Dec 62. Metabolism 

nf ^hp r\\^rt>r\ta 

Am Zool 2:367, 62. Mechanism of action of 


Biochem J 83:191, 61. Enzymic method for 
measurement of pyridine nucfeotides in animal 

Biochim Biophys Acta 60:407, 62. Metabolism 

nf nrnnpcfrpmnp in fhp Ann aHrpnai 

Fed Proc 21:210, 62. Effects of androgens on 

mpfahnlicm nf cpminal upcirip 

J Biol Chem 236:3151, 61. Effects of estra- 
diol added in vitro on metabolism of human 

J Gen Comp Endocr 1:317, 61. Pyridine 

nurtpntirfp mptafinlicm in niarpnta 

J Gen Comp Endocr 1.-403, 61. Estradiol-sen- 

citiup tranchwHrnnpnafinn in hamctpr niarpnta 

Proc 5th Int Congr Biochem, Moscow, 327, 61. 

Fcrmnpn-dpnpnrfpnr trancnuHrnopnacp 

Science 134:1986, 61. Estradiol stimulation 
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in tissue culture. 
PATH MOORE, J., GEORGE, Sch. Med., Univ. California, 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 88:985, 64. Effects'of 
ionizing irradiation and chemotherapeutic a- 
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Lancet 2:1380, 63. Polycystic sclerotic 


PET BRENEMAN, WILLIAM R.', Grad", Sch., Indiana 
Univ., Bloomington, Ind. Biological and 
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Biochim Biophys Acta 62:103, 62. Zum fyro-i 
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der Sklerotisierungssubstanz, N-Acetyl- ', 


'Endocrinology "71, (No 5):790, Nov 62". Radiol-; 
active phosphorus uptake by chick testes as an , 
end-ooint for oon ariot rooin assav. I 

J Endocr 24:153, 62". The"effect of 6"M urea 
on the follicle-stimulating and luteinizing hor-! 
mone activities of various oonaHntronin nrpna-_ 

Niure^ 195:183 ,T)2 rN-Acetyld"opaininer 
snlernti7ina aopnt of the i n<;pr.t r.nticle . 

Z Physiol C;hem 327:86, 62. Zum Tyroslnstofr 
fwechsel der Insekten. VI. Identifizierung von, 
fW-ArptvlHn naminp) ak Tvrnsinmpfahnl if 

J Endocr 28:321, 64T~A new bioassay method 
for luteinizing hormone depending on the deple4 i 
tion of rat ovarian cholpstprnl. 

Angew Chem 2:175, 63. Chemistry and bio 
chemistry of insect hormones. 

Endocrinology 74:440^,64. A new sensitive 
bio-assay for follicle-stimulating hormone i 


"Phytochemistry 2:145; 63. Lithospemium , 
ruderale: Partial characterization of the princi-l 
nal nnlvnhpnni isolatpH from the roots 


Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 114:20, 63. Anti- 
fertility activity of an oxidized polyphenolic 
arid from I ithnsnprmiim riiHprale. 



See Errata, p. 755, for additional entries 


CA-02421 CY ENGEL, LEWIS L., Sch. Med., Harvard Univ., 

Boston, Mass. Background studies 

. anH ranrpr rhpmn»hpr*;»nv 

Ann Surg 156:307, Aug 62. Disappearance of 

nitrnnpn miictarH fmm hIrtftH 

Biochem Blophys Res Commun 12:457, 63. On 
the amInoacyl-RNA synthetase recognition sites 

nf wpa«t ann F rnli trancfpr PMA 

Endocrinology 70:907, Jun 62. Metabolism or 

p<:trart!nl-l 7ft h\J human fofal ll»fAr 

J Biol Chem 237:2089, Jul 62. Conversion of 

1 7-huHrnv\/nrpnnpnnlfinp in rnrticnl 

J Clin Endocr 22:726, Jul 62. 16-Hydroxylatlon 

In hvnprnlaQtlr aHrpnalc 

J Endocr 26:233, 63. Metabolism of 19-hydroxy- 
androst-4-ene-3,17-dlone and testosterone by 

human aHrpnal H^ciip 

Math ProbI Biol Sol 14:47, 62'. History and 

cnpriilatlnn nn nrnfpln cunfhpcic 
UtH AraH ^r.l. v.47 .n.lft27. Ort M 

Steroids 1:508, May 63. Soluble guinea pig 
liver TPN dependent 17p-hydroxysteroid 

ftPCfnctPi-nnPi HohuHrnnpnacp- Partial niii>lfl* 
ratinn anri ciiKctratP cn^r-lflrlfu 

Surg Gynec Obstet 115:242, Aug 62. Simplified 

Infra-artprlal Infitclnn fnr rpninnal r-hpmnfhpranu 

Surg Gynec Obstet 115:443, Oct 62. Endocrine 

aniatinn In HIciqpmlnatpH mammarv rarrlnnma 

Acta Chem Scand 17:S117, 63. Species 
specificity of transfer RNA. "Festschrift" to 
Hugo Thenrsll nn his hflth hirthdav. 

Ann Sura 158:877, Nov 63 . A method for 
measurement of passage of tumor cells through 
thp i<!nlatpd niilmonarv circulation. 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 11:294. 63. 
Tl ribonuclease inhibition of poiyuridylic 
acid-stimulated Dolvohenvialanine synthesis. 

Biochem J 89:82, 63 . The frequency of errors 
in nmtein hinsvnthpsis. _ _ 

Brit J Cancer 17:646, 64. IHormone-dependent 
tumours of the kidney. II. Effect of endocrine 
ablation orocedures on the transolanted 
oestrogen-induced renal tumour of the Syrian 

Endocrinology 74, (No 3):429, Mar 64. En- 
zymes from bovine placenta and seminal vesi- 
cles that oxidize Df— )-l .2-nronaneriloi and 
other polyols: Their possible relation to fruc- 
tose fnrmatlnn. 

Fed Proc 22:524, 63 . The effect of Tj taka- 
dlastase on cell-free synthesis of hemoglobin 
and nnivnhpnvlalanine . 

J Bloi Chem 238:1302, 63. MeUbolIsm of" 
progesterone-4-Cl4 and oregnenolone-7a-H3 
hv liuman adrenal tissue; Formation of 16o- 
hydroxy-progesterone-Cl4, cortlcosterone- 

J Chramatogr 12:115, 63. Radloautography of 
J-4c- and 3H-labeled steroids on thin-layer 

Nature 200:484, 63 . Suppression of Immune 
rpsnnnsp hv vincristine and yinhlastin. 

Progr Gynec 4:436, 63. Progestational agents 
in the treatment of advanced carcinoma of the 

Steroids 1:509, 63 . Soluble guinea pig liver 
TPN dependent 17p-hydroxysteroid (testos- 
tprnnel dphvcroaenase; Partial ourification and 
<:iih«;rrafp ^ 

Surg Gynec Obstet 116:232, Feb 63 . De- 
termination of the biologic toxicity of circulat- 
ina ail<vlaMna aopnts . __ 

Ann Surg 160:26, 64. Factors influencing the 
metabolism of nitrogen mustard in blood com- 
Donentsi Correlation of coiorimetric measure- 
mpnf with hiftlnnir tnvirttv 

Biochemistry 4:63, 65. Amomalous rotatory 
dispersion of soluble ribonucleic acid and its 
relation to amino acid synthetase recoanition. 

J Biol Chem 239:( PC3604) , 64. Reversal of the 
3p-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase-lsomerase 

J Ciin Endocr 24, (No 6):528, Jun 64. Clinical, 
morphological and biochemical studies on a 
malignant testicular tumor ^ 

J Clin Invest 43:2394, 64. Studies on the sup- 
pression of immune response with the periwin- 
l(|p ail<ainids vincri'^lerinp and vinhiastinp. 

Medicine 43:783, 64. Metabolic factors in- 
fluencing the relative rates of synthesis of 
fetal and aduit hemoaiobins. 

New Eng J Med 270:508, 64. Hodgkin's dis- 
ease - Prognosis, treatment and etioiogic and 
immunoiooic consideration^ 

Proc 6th Int Conor Biochem, New York, 64. Pro- 
gesterone-4-Cl4 metabolism by hyperplastic 
human adrenai tissue. . 

Hormonal Steroids , Academic Press, London, 
vol. 1., 64. The role of molecular configura- 
tion in the interaction of steroid hormones with 
rnpn7vmp<; anri pn7vmp<: _ _ 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 20:328, 65. Optical rotatory 

Hicnppcinn nf F rrtli cPNA in thp far oUrawiftlpt rpniftn _ _ 




Blochim Biophys Acta 114:606, 66. Actinomycin D inhibition 
of avian myeloblastosis virus production by chick-embryo 

Blochim Biophys Acta 116:146, 66. Preliminary observations 

nn thp orriirrpnrp nf r.hnlp<;tprnl <;iiifatp in man 
RinnH 9*i'1fi^7. 6^. I ymnhnrvtnnpnia in HftHnkIn'* Hkpac». 

Cancer Res 26:1, 66. The mechanism of protein synthesis 
and its possible alteration in the presence of oncogenic 
RNA uirn(;ps. 

Excerpta Med Int Congr Series (No. 83):l3^, 65. Hormonal 

rpQiiiatInn nf mptahnli«:m- A nrnsnprtlvp uipw. 
ExcerpU Med Int Congr Series ( No. 99) , Oct 65. Failure to 
demonstrate androgen production by a virilizing human adrenal 


Fed Proc 24:287, 65. Actinomycin D sensitivity of RNA virus 

f AMV) nrnHiirtlnn in rh' pmhrvn fihrnhla^t^ 

FetLProc 24:414, 65. Mechanism of the reversal of the 

^-16-hvrirnxvstprniri dehvrirnoenasp-isnmprasp reactions. 
J Cell Biol 25:149, 65. An electron microscopic study of the 

ivmnhatir ticsiip in runt Hi^pacp 
J Clin Endocr 25:784, 65. The metabolism of progesterone-4- 

14r hw arii-pnal ticciip frnm a natlpnt uji»h riichinn'« cvnHrftmp 

J Clin Invest 44:555, 65. Studies of lympiiocyte transfer 

rpartinn^ in Hnrinkln's rii';pa«;p. 
J Org Chem 30:1421, 65. A convenient synthesis of 3p-hydiroxy- 

andrnst-4-pn-l 7-onp. 
Nature 205:716, 65. Partial immunological restoration of 
neonatally thymectomlzed rats with thymus-contalning 
Hlffiisinn rhamhers. 
Nature 205:1233, 65. Quantitative estimation of the teactiv- 

Ity of normal and Hodgkin's disease lymphocytes with 

New Eng J Med 272:1114, 65. Drugs employed for the sup- 

nrp<^inn nf Immrmolonir. rp^nnn«;lvpnp«s. 
Practloner 195:513, 65. Advances In the chemotherapy of ma- 

linnant di^pasp. 
Steroids ( SuppI 1) :49, 65. Kinetic studies on the role of 19- 

hvHrnvvanrii'n^t-4-pnp-'^ 17-HinnP In p<;trnnpn hin^vnthp^is 

Steroids ( SuppI 2) :249, 65. The aromatizatlon of 10-methyl 
unH tfl-hydrny«mplhvi slprnld* hv human niarental mirrnsnmM 
BBC HOLMES.J.H., Sch. Med., U. Colorado, Denver' 
llltra«nnlr ukimll7atinn nf enft tlc«iip« 
Am J Dig DIs 8:12, Jan 63. Uitrasonic diagnosis 

nf ahrinmlnal Hlcpacp 

Am J Obstet Gynec 90, tNo R14M, NllV M." 
Ultrasound diagnostic techniques In obstetrics 
and ovnecoloav. 
Blomed Scl Instrument 2:11, iW. Medical ultra- 
sonic diaonnstic technioues. _ _ 
TrSrirA rti C l in C l lmat A55H iT.m, tA. P ftStitt 
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PATH LONG, MARGARET E., Col. Phys. Surg., Columbfa 
U., N.Y.C. Histological grading In 
ovnprnlnoirai tumors _ 
TffiiTObstet Gynec 91, (No 35T4i9, l-tb 6S. 
Proteolytic enzymes and their inhibitors In 
human ovnecoloolcal tumors. 
J Allerg 34:362, 63. Tuberculin type of hypersensltlzatloii to 
crystalline vitamin B-12 (Cyanocobalmin) induced in guinea 
nins. __ 
J Immunol 94:323, 65. Experimental sensitization to vitamin 

P r^n^nnhprnl^ in nlilnpa nine 

HEM SHEN, S.C, Tufts U., Boston, Mass. 

Thp mprhankm nf anpmla in rflnrpr 

CY ADAMS, WILLIAM S.', Sch. Med"., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Leukemlas, 
iymnhnmas and myelomas 
Am J Med 34:417, Mar 63. Dexamethasone 

offp,*tc In miilUnlp mwortlma 

, Am J Nurs 63 (No 6), Jun 63. Multiple mye- 

Anal Chem 34:854, Jun 62. New method for de- 
termination of creatinine in urine by ion ex- 

rhannp cpnaratinn anH tlV cnprtrnnhntnmptry 

Blood 19:425, Apr 62. Plasmapheresis in 

WalHpnctrnm'c marrnnlnhiil inpmia 

Fed Proc 22:470, 63. Utilization of 5- 

rihocyliiraril hv Klgiii-ogrt^r a r ragca "^AAm 

J Bone Joint Surg (Brit) 44-B:464, Aug 62.' 
New aooroarhes to the nrohlem of osteooorosis. 

Metabolism 2, (No 6):614, 62 . Metabolic 
balance studies of a patient with multiple mye- 
loma given combined ACTH-androoen theraov; 
Comparisons of three androgens administered 
In varying dosage on exchanges of calcium, 
ohosohorus and nitrooen . 

Metabolism 11:421, Apr 62. Metabolic balance 

anri <;R85 cliiriu 

Metabolism 11:614, Jun 62. ACTH-androgen 

ihetrnnv in mitUinIp muplrtma 

SUnford Med Bull 20:87, Aug 62. Multiple 

(Duolnma _ . 

Trans Pacif Coast Otoophthai Soc, 61. General 
manifestations and treatment^of the Ipukemias 

California Med 99, (No 2):106, Aug 63. 
Multinlp mvploma . 

CancerRes23, (No 11):1824, Dec63. The 
identification of 2-dimethylamino-6-hydroxy- 
niirinp anri it*; rihnniirlpnciirip in nrinp nf normal 
anH Ipiilfpmir eiihiprtc ^ 

Anal Chem 36:2209, Oct 64. Determination of 
serum creatinine by ion exchange chromatog- 
ranhy anri nltraviolpt <;n«>ctrnnhntnmptrv. 





* CA-02441 






J Biol Chem 234:4250, Dec 6i7 A new urinary 
pyrlmldine, 5-acetylamino-6-amino-3-methyl- 


Abstr 2nd Combined Region Mtg Am ColfPhys 
S Calif N Calif-Nev, Palm Springs, Feb 64. 
Studies of multlole mveloma and cvcloohosoha- 

mirip fhpranv 

J Am Diet Assn 47, (No"l):37, Jul 65". Calculated and 

Hptpi-minprf v;iliipc; in rnn^tant Hipt<;. 
Current Therapy , W B Saunders Co, Philadelphia, Pa, 6i6. 

Mnltinlp mvplnm;) . 

NEU SELVERSTONE, B., New England" Cr. Hosp., Boston 
Diagnosis of brain tumors with radioactive 

GEN FOX, A.S:, Mich. State U., East Lansing 
Biochemical studies of Neurospora and 


PC FIALA, S., Columbia Univ., N.Y.C." 

Carcinogen-protein complex in nuckic acid 


RAD NICKSON, J J., Sloan-Kettering InsU, N.Y.C. 
Mndifvino human s'kin rartinsensitivltv hv riruas 

RAD NICKSON, JJ., Sloan-Kettering Inst., N.Y.C. 

Surg Foram, 14, 63. Differential effect of re- 
gional oxygenation on the radiation sensitivity ■ 
of normal tissue versus \/X-2 carcinoma in the 
rahhit hind limh. 

Surg Res 4, (No 7), Jul 64. An expefimentUT 
study of simultaneous irradiation and regional 
chemotheraoeutic oerfusion^ 
r.Y GnlHsmith . E.D. . Npw York Univ. . N.Y.C. 

PATH HOPft/IAN, B.C., Sch. Med., Univ. Miami, 

Coral Gables, Fla The use of cytochemical 

tpr.hnintip*; In <;t(rfar.p-npll hinnj;^ nf rarr.Inoma in 
in citii inwaciiip ranrpr anH rliniral ranrpi" 

Acta Cytol 5:437, Nov-Dec 61. Fluorescence 

mirrrtCrnnii nn pvfrtliafpH r pllg 

Acta Cytol 5:440, Nov-Dec 61. Symposium 

nn rai.rinnma in citii 

Acta Cytol 6:181, Mar-Apr 62. Symposium 

nn rpn;iral locinnc 

RAD GUTTMANN, RUTH J., Francis Delafield Hosp., 
N.Y.C. Megavolt Irradiation in operable 

hrpps.i narrinnma 

Am J Roentgen 89 (No 1), Jan 63. Radiotherapy 
in the treatment of primary operable carcinoma 

of thp hrpaci with nrnupH I vmn h nnrfp mptacfracpc 

Cancer 15:383, Mar-Apr 62. Supervoiuge 

ii-rarliatrnn In nrimaru hfoact r^nretr 

J Mich Med Soc 60:869, JulTl." Multiple pri- 

marif loci<%nc in fha VtaziA ■anA nonl/ aPAac 

Cancer 17, (No 1):37, Jan 647 Results of ' 
radiotherapy in cancer of the lung classified 
as inooerable at exploratory thoracotomy. 
HED HERTIG, A.T., Sch. Med., Harvard U., Boston, 
Mass. Growth and differentiation in 

parlv htiman ripuplnnmpnt _ ^_ 

Acad Med New Jersey Bull 8:218, 62. The patho- 
logic anatomy of uterine carcinoma. Comparing 

anH rnnrracHnn rpr\/iral anfl_rnrnnrpal tunpc^ 

Am J Roentgenol 87:48, Jan 62. Radiosensi- 

fiuity anri hictnnathninny nf rprviral ranrpr __ 

Clin Obstet Gynec 5:1148, 62. Premallgnant 
Obstet Gynec 18:704, Dec 61. Human 

trnnhnhlaet in ticciiP riilfnrp 

Obstet Gynec 19:156, Feb 62. Hlstochemical 
aspects of hydatidiform mole and choriocarcin- 
oma . 

Obstet Gynec 20:859, 62. The placenta: Some 

nptw \fnn\ij\aAno aknitf an n\rt npn^n 

Obstet Gynec 21:150, Feb 63.' transmission of 

Ipiilfpmla from mnrhpr \rt fphic 

Obstet Gynec 21:170, Feb 63. Vaginal-smear 

a^^p<;<;mpnt nf p<:frrnnpn arHwItu 
pnHnrplnp f\tnrHr>n anH fpannrpnaf Inn 

Z Krebsforch 65:201, 63. Precancerous lesions 

nf pnHnmpfrinm 

Ph D Thesis, Harvard Univ, Dec 62. Tissue 
culture studies of normal immature human pla- 

rpnfa*: with <:nprial rpfpfpnrp tn mnrnhnnpnp^I^. 
The Ovary . Williams & Wilkin's Co, Baltimore, 

Ph in A? Fctrnnpnin l ocinnc nf »ho nyiarv 

I ndian J Med R eS 52, ( No WlSi, Maf fl. Effia 
of 3-methylcholanthrene crystals and solutions | 
nn the chorio-ailantoic membrane of the develon- 
ina r.hicl^ pmhrvn. _ 

GEN EICHWALD, ERNST J., Montana Deaconess Hosp., 
Great Falls, Montana 

Hnct rpcictanrp fn lcancn(an»oH ticciipc 

J Nat Cancer Inst 26:1395, Jun 61. Histology 

nf cav->cnar if ir nraft roiar-tinn 

Trans Am Soc Artif Intern Organs 8:146, 62. 

Prnclhocic tforciic »i*ancr»lanf 

Transplant Bull 28:134, Oct 61. Antibody 

fnrmaflrtn anrI ronraccnr c\»ctomc 

Advances in Biologic al and Medical Physics. 
Academic Press, New York, 63. Tissue 


Advances Med Biol Phys p. 93, 63. Tissue 


J Nat Cancer Inst 30:783, 63. Parabiotic 
shifti and Ihp H-? Inr.115. 

Transplantation 1:569, 63. Sex incompatibility 

anri narahiotir intnxiratton^ 
Ann NY Acad Sci 99:606, Oct's. The "^white 

oraft" rpaction and narabiosis. 
Proc Mont Acad ScL21:43, 62. Tagging and 

Hicfrihiifinn nf n32-lahpllprf rpllc in fhp mniicp 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 106:441, 61. Parabiotic 
Transplantation 3:328, 64. Thymidine uptake by allogeneic 

ckin araffc 

Transplantation 3:583, 65. Rejection of isoiogous male 

nrafic anri rhp Tranclnratinn Thpnrv. 

Transplantation 3:765, 65. On the hybrid effect in skin graft- 
inn _ 

CA-02457 MC WILEY, RICHARD H., Grad. Sch.', Univ. 

Louisville, Louisville, Ky. Cancer 


J Med Pharm Chem 5:49, 62. Pyridoxal 

h\/Hi^7inp Hpfiwaf i\»pc fni- rannpc rhpmnfhprany 

J Med Pharm Chem 5:1367, 62. Aldehyde hydra- 

■rnna rlof iw^t I woe in f-^nr-ar fUomrtthaifirwi 

J Med Chem 7:358, 64. Hydroxy-2- 
thiopyrimidine-5-carboxaldehyde derivatives in 
cancer chemotheraov. 
CA-02461 CY TRENTIN, JOHN J., Sch. Med., Baylor U., 

Houston, Tex. Induction and experimental 

fhpi-anv nf mniicp Ipiikpmia 
Cancer Res. v. 21 .0.71 .d.309._61 

J Nat Cancer Inst 26:611, Mar"6"l. Effects in 
newborn mice of tumor-producing agents carried 
in tissue culture. 

Proc 8th Int Cancer Congr, Moscow, Jul 62. 
Artemots to identify human rumour viruses. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3, (No 4), Mar 62. 
Tumor induction in hamsters by human: Adeno- 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 111:343, 62. Cancer 
induction In hamsters by human type 12 adeno- 

uinrc Fffprt nf anp and nf x/iriic f^n^f^ 

Science 13 (No 3533):835, 62. The quest for 

hitman ranroc tMr-iicoc 

Texas Rep Biol Med 22, (Nol)':61, Spring 64. 
A study on intracellular lymphocytes ("emperi- 
Dolesis") in tissue culture of Ivmoh nodes from 
naripnic with malinnanf Ivmnhoma 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 116:1102, 64. The chromosomes of 

tiimni-c inHiirpH in mirp hv human aHpnoviriic tvnp 1? 

Viruses, Nucleic Acids, and Cancer, Williams & Wilkins Co, 
Baltimore, ivid, p. bsV, bi. itudies on the oncogenicity 

of human adenovirus tvoe 12. 

CA-02469 PC HIRSCH, HERBERT H., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Minnesota, Minneapolis Further studies on 

aiitnxiriation inhihitnrc In rpll<;_anri tkqiips _ 

Bact Rev 26:336, Sep 62. Probfem of Immunity 

anainct tiimni-c 

CA-02472 HEM WALL, R. L., Ohio State U., (foTumbus 

Plasma proteins In leukemia, lymphoma and 

related diseases 

CA-02476 PATH SCHREK, R., Sch. Med., Northwestern Univ., 

, Chicago, III. Reactions of normal and 

Ipiikpmir human rpllc to cpra 
Blond. v.lR.n.5f>1 . Nov M 

J Lab Clin Med 61:34, Jan b3. Motility of nor- 

mal anri loiiLomir Itimnhnrxr^oc 

CA-0247& CY SELIGMAN, ARNOLD M., Sinai Hosp. Baltimore, 

Baltimore, Md. Chemotherapy of cancer— 
Fvnprlmpnral anri nlinical 
Am J Ophthal 56, (No 2):2787 63. Correlated" 
ultrafine structural changes of the anian pecten 
oculi and ciliary body of Gallu s domesticus. I. 
Effects of decreased intraocular pressure In- 
riiirpri by intravpnniic inipntinnnf acetazotanide. 
Am J Path 42:379, Apr 63. Early myocardial ' 


Am J Path 42:507, May 63. mstochemical alter- 
ations in ischemic heart muscle and early myo- 

rarriial infarrlinn 

Anal Chim Acta 28:150, 63. Colorimetric deter- 

minafinn nf linanric 

Arch Biochem 97:223, May 62. Chromogenic 


Arch Biochem 98:229, Aug 62. Estimation of a- 


Arch Biochem 102, (No 1), JuTM. Human 
nanrrpadr llnacp cfnriy with hilp calf arti- 
nf nan^hvl all/annatpc 

■Cancer 15:1041, Sep-Oct 62. Enzyme-alterable 
alkylating agents. I. Synthesis of mustards 

rnnfaininn pn7ump-ciicrpnfihlp amlHp hnnric_ 

Cancer 15:1056, Sep-Oct 62.' Enzyme-alterable 
alkylating agents. II. Clinical evaluation of 

N ,N'-hicT(7-rhinrnPthyllhinlarptyll-l 7. 
plhwIpnoHlamlnp f<;.dA^ 

Cancer 15:1062, Sep-Oct 62. Enzyme-alterable 
alkylating agents. III. Synthesis of mustards 

rnnfaininn Pn7ump-cncrpnl|htp pclpr hnnric 

Cancer 16:727, Jun 63. Enzyme-alterable alky- 
lating agents. IV. Treatment of cancer in 

rhilriKPn with rpnplifiup ma^clup rlncpc nf tJ-dA 

Cancer Chemother Rep 16:515, Feb 62. 

Npw chnrt half-lifp alkvlatino aopntl. 


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* CA-02489 

Cancer Chemother Rep 16:527, Feb 62. 
Repetitive massive chemotherapy with sulfur 

miicfarH an;ilnnc 

Exp Eye Res 2:163, 63. A correlated light 
and electron microscope study on the pecten 
oniiil nf thp rinmpitin fowl (Rallu? Hnmestlrus). 

J Cell Biol 15:395, 62. Stability of the Iodine- 
carbon bond of radioactive lodoalbumin In the 

Sn KV plprtrnn hpam 

J Cell Biol 16:455, 63. Use of formalin fixation 
in cytochemical demonstration of succinic and 
riPN-anH TPN-HpnpnHpnt HphuHi'nnpna<;pc in 

J Histochem Cytochem 10:315, May 62. 

I oiirlne aminnnpnf iHacA 

J Lab Clin Med 62, (No l):i48, Jul 63. 

Coiorlmetric method for the measurement of 
Isncltrlr Hphvrtrnopna^p artlvltv. 

J Med Pharm Chem 5:852, 62. Chromogenle sub- 

ctratpc fftp amlnnnpntlHacp 

J Nat Cancer Inst 31:273, Aug 63. Enzyme alter- 
able all<ylatlng agents. V. Short biological 

hajf-llfp anpnt<: 

J Nat Cancer Inst 31:297, Aug 63. Enzyme alter- 
able alkylating agents. VI. Haloacetates and 

Proc 1st Int Congr Histochem Cytochem p. 203, 
63. Developmental histochemistry: Introduction 

nf npuu mp»hnHc fnr llnht anA olprti-nn mlrt-ncrrtnw 

SInal Hosp J 10:91, 61. Effective use of a 

nouf 9lt,ul9flnn :>n»M 

Snro Fnriim. V.I? .n.1 ?0. ft! _ 

J Histochem Cytochem 12, (No 5) ;364, May 64. 
The histochemlcal demonstration of pincreatlc- 
like lioase and comoarlson with the distribution 


J Surs Res 4, (No 1):23, Jan 6i4. Development 
of a clinically useful coiorlmetric method for 
^pnim lln^^p 

J Surg Res 4, (No 3):124, Mar 64. Acute 
reaction to arterial adhesive in healing skin 
wounds . _ 

AreflBT5Ef|-6ffi-lfl8, (N6 2):2tt, NftW 64. RAl8 
of some structural features of substrates on 
trvnsin activity. 

i:mtf 18, (N6 3 ) ;30 7 , Mgl- tS. U ll hlCgl M- |" 
perlence with N-hexamethylene N'N" -dlethy- 
lene Ihionhnsnhoramide (Kr-33) . a new aoent . 
fnr hrpmt nnH m/sri«n cnrclnnmn. 

CgHet i 'K«24, ( N6 9 );6i , O 'e[64. I htaufillM 
of the myelotoxic effects of circulatino alkylatl|ig 
aoents . , 

Frankfort, p. 9, Aug 64. Some recent trends 
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ScTence 146, (No 3647):lU3Si, Nov 64. Osmlo- 
phliic reagents: New cytochemical principle for' 
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MIckelson, M.N., Midwest Res. Inst., Kanjas City, 
END FARNSWORTH, WELLS E., State Univ. of New 
York, Buffalo, N.Y. Estrosen-androoen 

••^laHAnchlnc In »hp ncnct«fp 

Endocrinology 68:978, Jun 61. Androgen on 

nrnctatp Klrtc\in*hpfl(* rAHrHnn* 

Endocrinology 71:949, 62. Steroid structure 

and anrirnopnlcitv. 
JAMA 183:436, 63. Metabolism of testosterone 

h\/ thp human ni-ncfatp 

J Clin Invest 41:153, 62 . Localization of the 
biochemical site of action of testosterone on 
nrnlpin svnthpsis in thp rat seminal vesicle. 

J Urol 88:273, 62 . The effect of hormonal 
modification on nrostatic moroholoav . 

Endocrinology 73 , (No 4):498, Oct 63 . Per- 
fusion of thp isniatpd rat nrnstatp in situ . 

Nat Cancer Inst Monogr 12:263, 63 . Androgen 
regulation of nucleic acid and protein bio- 
svnthpsis in thp orostate . 

Nat Cancer Inst Monogr 12:275, 63 . Effects 
of castration on mitochondria of rat ventral 
orostate . 

Nat Cancer Inst Monogr 12:281, 63. Incorpora- 
tion of amino acids into protein by cell-free 
extracts of the nrostate aland- Effect of 
tpstirnlar hormones and nnlwrihnniirlpotiHps 

Nat Cancer Inst Monogr 12:323, 63 . Testo- 
sterone metabolism in the orostate. 

Steroids 1:299, 63. The enhanced local andro- 
genic activity of 19-nor steroids and stabiliza- 
tion of their striH-.turp hv 7n- and 17n methyl 
substituents to highly potent androgens by any 
route of administration. , . 

Biochim Biophys Acta 117, (No 1):247, Mar 66. Testosterone 

slimulalinn nf ritrir arid svnihpsis in thp rat nrostate. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 119:373, Jun 65. Regulation of 

nrnstatp serretinn in thp rat . 
Steroids 6, (No 5):519, Nov 65. 10-Demethylation of testos- 

tprnnp hv human nrnstatP- 
CY MACDONALD, I., Sch. Med., U. So. California, 

Los Angeles Estrogen metabolism in 

human hrpast r^nrpr 

Surg Forum 13, 62. Levels of exogenous estro- 

none in ficciioc in human mammairK rarrtnn^a 

Cancer Res 24, (No 51:926, Jun 64. HadloSttiva 
estrogens in tissues of postmenopausal women 
with breast neooiasms. 
Cancer Res 25:371, 65. Excretion patterns of urinary metab- 
olites of estradioi-4-Cl4 in postmenopausal women with 
benian and maiionant disease of the breast. 
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Testing of new agents for chemotherapeutic 
Cancer Chemother Rep 14:117, Oct 61. Effect 
of mustargen mixed with urethan in the treat- 
ment of \RC. Ipiikpmia. 
CA-02501 HEM HORSIGAN, DANIEL L., Sch. Med., Western 

Reserve Univ., Cleveland, Ohio 
Mpt.-'hniism nf ervthrnnoipsis 
Blood 18:535, Nov 61. An unidentified 

prvthrnnnlptlr stiKstanrp in llupr 

CA-P2507 PATH VORWALD, ARTHUR J., Col. Med., Wayne State 

Univ., Detroit, Mich. Experimental 
niilmnnarv ranrpr in mnnkpvs 

CA-02510 BIO ROUSH, A.M., Grad. Sch., Illinois Inst. Tech., 

Chicago Enzymes of purine metabolism 

in vpasts 

Biochim Biophys Acta 61:255, 62. Purine 

Hlffiislon In Toriilnnsic ranHlHa 

Afch blpchew 106:46 , D ac 64. A il antfl i nase 
assays and their application to yeast and soy- 
bean ailantoinases. 
CA-02526 GEN BUTZEL, HENRY M., Jr., Union Col., 

Schenecudy, N.Y. Cytogenetic and 
hlnrhpmlral studies In Paramprium 
Exp Cell Res 27:382, 62. Effect of biochemical 
Inhibitors upon the killer-sensltlve system In 

Paramprium attrptta 

CA-02528 PATH RUTENBURG, ALEXANDER M., Beth Israel Ho«p., 

Boston, Mass. Serum and urinary enzymes 
in mallnnant Hispasp 

Am J Dig DIs 7;797, 62. Leucine amlnopeptldase 
and ^-glucuronidase activity In cancerous and 
noncancerous effusions. 

Am J DIs Child 103:47, 62. Sierum leucine 
aminopeptldase: Activity in normal infants. In 
biliary atresia and In other diseases. 

Gastroenterology 43:266, 62. Serum cerulo- 
plasmln: Observations in patients with cancer, 
obstructive laundlce. and other diseases. 

Gastroenterology 44:127, 63. A method for the 
coiorlmetric determination of y-fllutamyl 
transoentldase In human serumi enzymatic 
activity In health and dUM«A. 

Gastroenterology 45:43, 63. Serum y-slutamyl 
transpeptidase activity In hepatoblllary- 
oancreatlc disease. 

Nature 197:800, 63. Electrophoretlc behavior of 
an aminnopntldasp nf human tissues and SMiim. 

New Eng J Med 266:755, Apr 62. Clinical 
evaluation of 5-methyl-3-phenyl-4-lsoxazolyl 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 110:683, 62. Localiza- 
tion of serum leucine aminopeptldase activity 
bv oaoer electroohoresls. 

Surg Forum 12:374, 61. Electrophoretlc patterns 
of serum leucine aminopeptldase In patients 
with oancreatlc disease. 

JAMA 187:281, Jan 64. Oxacillin In staphy- 

Inrnr.ral Infpnilnns. 
Acta Cytol 7:320, 63. A cytochemical study 
of DPNH diaphorase activity In exfoliated can- 
cerous and noncancerous cells In man. 
Ann Intern Med 61:50, 64. A comparison of serum 
aminopeptldase and alkaline phosphatase in the 
detection of henatobiiiarv disease in anicteric 
Cancer 17, (No 6):781, Jun 64. A study of 
serum peptidases in anicteric patients with 
J Biol Chem 240:1718, 65. The partial puriTica- 
tion of an amino acid naphthylamidase from 
human liver. _ _ 

J Lab Clin Med 65:W8, 65. An improved Rrsto- 
chemicai method for the demonstration of leuko-* 
cvte alkaline ohosohatase activity. 
Proc 6th Int Congr Biochem 4, (No 161):335, 64. 
The isolation and purification of an aminoacyl 
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Surg Forum 15:391, 64. Serum aminopeptldase 
in pregnancy, hydatiform mole, and choriocar- 
Brit J Haemat, Sep 65. HIstochemical method for the demon- 
stration of leukocyte amino acid napthyiamide (amlnooeoti- 
dase) using 2 substrates: Alanyi- and methionyi-4-methoxv- 
Bril J Haemat 12:172, 66. HIstochemical demonstration of 

leukocyte acid ohosohatase in health and In disease. 
Postgrad Med J 40, (Suopi), 132, 64. Penicillinase resist- 
ant penicillins in the treatment of surgical staphylococcal 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 118:620, 65. On the nature of 

tolerance of endotoxin. 
Bacterial Endotoxins. Quinn & Boden Co, o. 517, 64. 
On the nature ot tolerance to endotoxin. 
CA-02530 MC TSOU, K.C., Borden Chemical Co., Philadelphia 

Anti-cancer agents and chromogenic enzyme 

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Arch Blochem 98:229, 62. i tn. .oiorlmetric 
estimation of a-D-galactosldase activity and 
' <;omp rfvmnapUnn with R-n-nalartnelHacp 

J Cell Biol, Mar 63. Cytochemlcal demonstra- 
J Histochem Cytocheni6:689, 62. Chemical 

Annmalv nf ftfttraTnlhifn cal»c 

J Histochem Cytochem 10:506, 62. Tetranltro- 

blue tetrazollum and the electron histochem- 

i<;tru nf <;ilrrinfr HphvHrnnpna<:p 

J Med Chem 6:47, 63. Synthesis of hexahydro- 
azeplnyldiazlrldlnyl phosphine oxides, sulfox- 

irfps anH cpIatpH rnmnnnnH« fni- nanrp? rhomn- 

J M8d Chem 6:435, 63. Synthesis of chemo- 
therapeutfc compounds based on enzyme ap- 

mn?»r:h- IV. A»*fiHtn<» rfpi-lujitlup* 
J Ort) Chwn 26r4987, 61. Possible cancer 

chemotherapeutic compounds. I. Hemisulfur 

miistsrri and its esters. 
J Org Chem 26:4987, 61. Possible cancer 

chemotherapeutic compounds. II. Mercapto- 

•tnifiir mustard and it^ p*:tpr<;. 
J Org Chem 26:4990, 61. Synthesis of possible 

cancer chemotherapeutic compounds based on 

pnTwmP annrnarh II Mpcran^ncidfiii. miic^ard 
and Itc pctprc 

J Org Chem 26:4993, 61. Possible cancer 
chemotherapeutic compounds. III. 1,2,3- 
nxariithintanp ?-oxirip. 

Nature 192:990, Dec 61. Use of tetrazollum 

rnmnniindft in nyidafivp pn7\/mp hr«fft- and 
rvtn- r-hpmlctfv 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3:229, 61. Palliation 
of breast cancer with N-hexamethylene-N'N- 

dtptliulpnp thinnhncnhnfamidp 

Proc 5th int Congr Electron Microscopy, Sep 62. 
Intramembranous localization of succinic de- 

hudrnnpnacp iKinn tpji-anitm-hliip fptraTntiiim 

Proc 142nd Mtg Am Chem Soc, Sep 62. Syn- 
thesis of hexamethylene-diethylene phos- 

nhnramidp Jhinnhncniinramidp and rptatpd 
nnmnnnnri*: fni- rannpr rhpmnfhpranv 
* CA-0254& PATH HARTROFT, W. STANLEY, Sch. Med., 

Washington Uniu., St. Louis, Missouri 
ExDprimpntal orodiirtion nf henatomas 
Cancer Res 22:842, Aug 62. Cell renewal in 

rpnpnpfajinn rat In'pr 

Gastroenterology 44:159, Feb 63. Metabolism 

nf pthanni in rate \uitii rit-i-imcic 

J Nutr 76:247, Mar 62. Amlnonucleoside- 
indiirpd nmtpinriria and chnllne. 
CA-02551 MC TAYLOR, EDWARD C, Princeton Univ., 

Princeton, N.J. Studies in hetero- 
rvrlir rhpmi«:trv 

J Am Chem Soc 83:1261, 61. Rearrangement 

nf nurlmidlnpd tn <:-ti'1aTlnpc 

J Am Chem Soc 83:2967, 61. Photochemlcally- 
J Am Chem Soc 83:4484, 61. Photolysis of i- 

aminnnurlHinpc aniH P-nwrrHnnPc 

J Am Chem Soc 84:3744, 62. 5-Nitroso-6- 

aminnnvrimlHlnp<; fn <;-frla7lnP5 

J Am Chem Soc 85:770, 63. Alder adducts from 

? '^-Himothvlniiinnval inp 

J Org Chem 26:3001,' 61. Pyridine 1-oxldes. 

VIM Hwdfnlucic nf ^-nltm-Vnlnnllnp 

J Org Chem 26:3511, 61. A new Intermolecular 

hudrnnpn-trancfoi" i-pantinn 

J Org Chem 26:3796, 61. Pyridine 1-oxldes. 

IX. Further oxidative dimerizations of 4- 


J Org Chem 26:4957, 61. Reaction of nitriles 

with n-aminnnit'fi Ipc 

J Org Chem 26:4961, 61. Purine Chemistry. 

y ^nmp Hprtv/sfiimc nf O-amtnnnnrlnpc 

J Org Chem 26;4967, 61. Fused 4-aminopyrtml- 


J Org Chem 26:5224, 61. Reaction of 2,4- 

Hlrhlnrn-^-nUi'nnut'irpiHinP uulth aminoc 

J Org Chem 26:5230, 61. Pyridine 1-oxldes. 

X. pKa values for some 4-substituted nicotinic 

arid l-nvidp<; 

J Org Chem 27:2622, 62. Anthranllonltrlle with 

nhpnwl icnrvanatp 

J Org Chem 27J734, 62. Structure of alleged 

Diplc-Aldpf addiirt 

J Org Chem 28:1108, 63. Convenient synthesis of 

W W-f4iciihcfi|pitprl fncmamirlinpc ^^rptsmirltnpc 

Angewandte Chem 76, (No 8):342, 64. Die 

Synthcse von Pyrimido[4.5-e]as.-triazinen 

{6-AzaDteridinen) FlT 
Chem Industry p. 1559, 63. New route to 

J Am Chem Soc 86:951, 64. Synthesis of 

4-amino-5-cyanonyrrolo[2,3-d]pyrimidine, the 

aolvcone of tovocamvcin, 
J Am Chem Soc 86:1830, 64. Synthesis and 

nrnnprtip"; nf nvrrntnll -P-alniiinnxalinp^ _ _ 

J Am Chem Soc 86:951, 64, Synthesis of 4-amino- 
5-cyanopyrrolo(2,3-d)pyrimidine, the aglycone 
of tovocamvcin 

J Am Chem Soc 86:4720, 64. A new purine syn- 



JAm Cheni S6t 88:4721,~i 
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J Am Chem Soc 87:1400, 65. Photochemical 
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J Am Chem Soc 87:1976, 65. A synthesis of 

Dvrimido(4.5-e) -as-triazines(6-azaDteridines). 
J Am Chem Soc 87:1980, 65, Studfes in purine 
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Jt)fg'ailiTr29;m6",-64. ThrSyrtthesiS of 4- 

aminoisnxazolol 5.4-dlovrlmidines, 
J Org Chem 29:2121, 64, Synthesis of some 
(l,2,3)thiadiazolo(5,4-d)oyrlmldines and 
J Org Chem 29:2440, 64. Long-range deshielJina 

hv chlorine. 
J Org Chem 30:655, 65. New syntheses of pyrrole 

12.3-dl- and nvrrnlnl 3.2-dl nvrimidines 
Tetrahedron 20:2059, 64. The mechanism of the 
conversion of*-nitrebenzoyldiazomethane to 
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Angew Chem 78:333, 66. A one-step synthesis of fused 

Angew Chem Int Ed 4:868, 65. Formation of a 2-thlocyanato- 
pyrimidine from a l-amino-2-thioxo-l,2-dihydropyrlmldine 
and dlmethvlformamlde/P0C13. 
Angew Chem Int Ed 5:308, 66. One-sten syntheses of fused 

Angew Chem Int Ed 5:309, 66. A one-step synthesis of fused 

J Am Chem Soc 87:1995, 65, Synthesis of pyrrolo(2,3-d)- 

and Dvrrolo (3.2-d)Dvrlmidines. 
J Org Chem 31:342, 66. 3-cyano-4-amlnopyrazo!o (3,4-d) 

oyrimidine. An azaloa of the aolvcone of tovocamvcin. 
J Org Chem 31:1303, 66. Application of the halpalkoxy 

reaction to 6-nlt>^oanthroxanIfc acid. 
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Fed Proc 21:141, 62. Comparison of P32 
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Int J Radlat Biol 4:537, Feb 62. Radiosensi- 
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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3:323, 62. Division 
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Radiol Int-Am 1:1 62. Qualitative and quanti- 
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Int J Radiat Biol 6, (No 6):575, Jun 63. 
Radiosensitivity and biological properties of 
two tumour-tvnes indiapnniis to the samp host. 
VI. The effects of x-irradiation on sub- 
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Laval Med 34:12, Jan 63 . RadloseiKltlvity 
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Proc Am Soc Cell Biol, (No 60), 63. Intracell- 
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Proc Am Soc Cell Biol (No 116), 63. Intra- 
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Proc 49th Ann Mtg Radiat Soc N Am (No 43), 
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Proc Cancer Res 4:23, 63 . Studies at the sub- 
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Proc Monthly Program NY Acad Scl, Nov 63 . 
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Radiat Res 19:192, 63 . The response of 
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Exp an RfeS 34:283, 64. StUdiftS ort Vnt l ota l i- 
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J Nat Cancer inSl 33, I'NS 1):27, Jtil 64. WSdJo- 
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ProrSoc hxp bioTMed 115:2?, 64. StudlfeS on 
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Radiat Res 22, (No 67), 64. Studies on cyto- 

nlacmlr itUracfriirfnrp*; Fnllnu/inn iriMHiaHrin 

Trans NV Acad Sci 26, (No 2) :2l5, Dec 63. 
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Proc Soc Hemat 10th Int Congr, Stockholm, 
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Duarte, Cal. Free amino acids in 
nnrm;^! anfi npnnla<;tir ti*;*;!)?*; 
Biochemistry 2:573, 63. Carbon dioxide incor- 

nnraHnn infn iiraril 

Biochem Pharmacol 12:113, 63. Properties of 

mniicp Krain I -nhitamir Horai-hrvvul acp 

Cancer Res 23:217, Feb 63. Cytotoxic effects 

nn Fhrlirh a<:ritp<: rplU 

Exp Cell Res 24:600, 61. Interzonal con- 

nprUnn in Fhrlirh acrifrpc tiimnr rpll«: 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 111:695, 62. Antimitotic 
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Ehrtirh a<;r.itp«; tiimnr. 

Amino Acid Pools, Elsevier Pub Co, Amsterdam, 

^S - hy Frpp amino ariHc in nianf Hcciipe 

Biochemistry 4:2132, 65. Purification and some properties 

of mouse brain ^,-aminobutyric-a-ketoglutaric acid 

Cancer Res 24:1785, 64. Biological studies of E.L.4 

lymphoma and C1498 leukemia in susceptible (C57BL) 

and resistant (R10.D2) mice. 
Cancer Res 24:1798, 64. Autoradiographic studies of mouse 

ascites tumors, C1498 and E.L.4, in susceptible 

(r.57RI ) anri rp«i<;fant (Rin.n?^ mirp. 
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mouse ascites tumor, E.L.4 and C1498, in susceptible 

(r.^lRl 1 and rpsistant (Bin D?! mirp 

Cancer Res 25:1753, 65. Influence of H-2 isoantibody 

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CY GUTMANN, HELMUT R., Univ. Minnesota, 

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Arch Biochem 95:1, Oct 61. Protein binding 

hw rat llwpr 

Blochlm Blophys Acta 56:394, 62. Protein 

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J Biol Chem 238:2206, Jun 63. Oxidation of o- 
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nviHa*:p V InarH\*atlnn nf ratala<:p anrt arnl- 
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J Or? Chem 26:1859, 61. Protein bindlna of 
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ni -Ivclnp 

J Org Chem 27:2248, 62. DL- and L-threo- 

nlnp n-tnlMpnp«iilfnnfltp hpn7vi potpr 
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Evaluation of the carcinogenicity of amlno- 
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Jhp mnn^p 

J Biol Chem 238:2199, 63. Interaction of ' 
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J Biol Chem 238:2206, Jun 63. The oxidation 
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J Biol Chem 238:2206, 63. Inactlvatlon of 
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planted carcinoma, Vx7, by homologous papil- 

Nature 195:301, Jul 62. Immunization of the 
A/Jax mouse with irradiated cells of its indige- 

nnii"; ^arrnma I 

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Fed Proc, 64. Histochemical ai,„ iitimunofluores- 
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rahhit a^ a nntPntiallu ilQpflll lahnratni-u animal 

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lofiir tpatiirpc rplatpH tn amnunt nf wicitc in ftio 
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extracts from tis';ilP'; nf a tranqniantahip rarrinnma. Vv? 

Perspect Virol 4:187, 65. Variations in amount of virus 
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cottontail rabbits. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3:52, 65. Cell proliferation and 
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Daoillomas induced bv the virus nf <;hnnp (SPV1 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 6:32, 65. Carcinoma in the 
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acid extracts from malionant tis'^iip*; nf thp "^hnnp Qu^frpm 

Virology 23:434, 64. Morphology of Shope papilloma virus 
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PATH RUTr.NBURG, ALEXANDER M., Sch. Med., Harvard 
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aast.'ointpstinal Miirn'.a 

Am J Dig DIs 7:797, Sep 62. Enzyme activity 

in pffii^inrT^ 

Am J Dis Child 103:47, Jan 62. Serum 

Ipiirinp aminnnpntldasp. 
Antimicrob Agents Chemother p. 435, 62. 

Preliminary report on kanamycin 3-phenyl 

Gastroenterology 43:266, 62. Serum ceruloplasmin 

in patients with cancer, obstructive jaundice, 

anH nthpr dicpasps 
Gastroenterology 44:127, 63. A method for the 

colorimetric determination of gamma-glutamyl 

tran<;npntiHasp in human Qpnim 
Nature 197:800, 63. Electrophoretic behavior of 

an aminnnpnrirta^p nf human ticctipc anri cpi-rim 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 110:683, 62. Localiza- 
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hu nanpr pjprtrnnhnrpcic 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 113:781, 63. De- 

Invifiratinn nf pnHnfnvin \\m cnUni/. ovf.-antc 

Surg Forum 12:374, 61. Electrophoretic patterns 
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Acta Cytol 7, (No 5):320, Sep-Oct 63 . A 

cytochemical study of DPNH diaphorase activ- 
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cells in man . 

Am J Dig Dis 8, (No 10):789, Oct 63 . Clinical 
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Gastroenterology 45, (No 1):43, Jul 63 . Serum 
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JAMA 187:281, 64. The role of oxacillin in 
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Ann Intern Med 617 CII6"ITTS0,'Juf 64. A com- 
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J Lab Clin Med 65, Xm"f) :69S7 Apr-SSTAii 
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Proc 6th Int Congr Blochem, New York, Jul-Aug 
64. The isolation and purification of an amino- 
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CY PARKS, R.E., Jr., U. Wisconsin, Madison 
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Estratto dalla Rivista 17:627, Aug 62. 
Stiidipe: with fl-a7aniianinp 

PATH VON HAAM, EMMERICH, Sch. Med., Ohio State 
Univ. Columbus, Ohio Factors influenc- 
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Proc 1st Int Congr Exfoliative Cytol p. 274, 52. 
Reversibility and genesis of chemically induced 
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Acta Un Int Cancr 19^, (Wo 3=47:t70r^3: An 

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Al ADELSBERGER, L., Montefiore Hosp, New York, 

N.Y. Specific immunologic characteristics of 

erythrocytes in cancer oatients 
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MC PRIC5^, CHARLES C, Univ. Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Synthesis of 
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Cancer Res 23:1350, 63. Summary of informal discussions on 

the status of alkvlatina aopnf*; in nirfpnf rhpmnfhpi-anu 
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mustard anslnns. 
J Org Chem 30:2064, Jun 65. Synthesis of analogs of fi- 

aminolpvulinir arid. 
J Ora Chem. May 66. ?.3-niHpnyy-ni-npntn<:p 
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PATH COLLINS, V.P., Col. Med., Baylor U., Houston, 
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Cancer 15:387, Mar-Apr 62. Time of occur- 

rpnrp nf nulmnnary mpta<:ta«;is 

Radiology 79:221, 62. Differentiation of benign 

and malinnanf niilmnnaru nnHii!p<: Ku nrniwfh cafp 

PATH FORAKER, AG., Baptist Memorial Hospital, 
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Acta Cvtoloaica. v. 5. 0.399. 61 

Am J Obstet Gynec 82:138, Jul 61. Effect of 

4-aminnntprn\/lnliiramir arid nn midnpcfafinn 

Am J Obstet Gynec 84:657, Sep 62. Vascularity 

nf rprwirpl in fprm and nnnnra\/iH iifpri 
Am J Obstet Gynec 84:1028, Oct 62. Amylo- 
nhnsnhnrylasp and nviHafiup pn7ump^ 

Am J Obstet Gynec 85:447, Feb 63. Tissue mass 

in nnrmal anH ahnnfmal cnitamnitc miirntia 

Am J Path 41:349, Sep 62. Relative cell mass 

nf nnrmal ifOfciic fa^^\/ li\/Pt' 

Arch Derm 83:392, Mar 61. "pH signature" of 
<;kin rarrinnma 

Cancer 14:1045, Sep-Oct 61. Relative 
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Fertil Steril 12:425, Sep-Oct 61. Ovarian 


Folia Clin Int 11, 61. Carcinoma intraepltellal 

dpi riipHn iitprinn 

Obstet Gynec 17:311, Mar 61. Glycogen- 

svnthpsi7inn pn7vmP5 in iifpi-inp ctie\iiv 
Obstet Gynec 19:64, Jan 62. Oxidative and 
glycogen-synthesizing enzymes in the uterine 


Obstet Gynec 22:108, Jul 63. The uterine cervix 
at term: Glycogen mast cells and connective- 

ficcitp ptpmpnic 

Proc 1st Int Congr Exfoliative Cytol p. 171, 62. 
Glycogen-synthesizing and oxidative enzymes 
in human pndnmpfriiifn 

SAfr J Lab Clin Med 7:156, Dec 61. Improve- 
ment in the method for estimating urea and 

Acta Un Int Cancr 20, (No 6-7):1337, 64. A 
photointerferometric approach to mass of normal 
and abnormal squamous mucosa in the uterine 
Am J Obstet Gynec 89, (No 5) :657, Jul 64. 
DNA and RNA in normal human endometrium. 
CY Schwartz. S. . Univ. Minnesota . Minneanolis. Minn. 

Inst., Buffalo, N.Y. Erythropoietic 
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Acta Un Int Cancr, 63. Further characterization 

nf fhp FripnH \/irii« Hicpacp 

J Cell Comp Physiol 65:113, 65. Separation of 
rabbit red cells by density methods and 
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Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 106:501, 61. Effect 
nf hynnxia nn niasma ervthroooietin. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res, May 63. The effect 
of erythropoietin on the erythropoietic response 

in thp Fripnd virn^ di<:pa«p 

Erythrnpniesis, Grune & Stratton, NY, p. 93, 62. 
Effect of various hematocrit levels on plasma 
prvthmnoiptin durinn in uitrn inrnhatinn with 

Am Zool 4:326, 64. The ability of genetically 
anemic mice (WW^) to respond only to 
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Am Zool 4:338, 64. The use of the hypertrans- 
fused polycythemic mouse to detect erythro- 
DOietin from normal human olasmas 

Am Zool 4:422, 64. Plasma erythropoietin levels 
following the induction of hypothalmic stimulation 
in Rhesus monkeys. 

Lab Anim Care 14:330, 64. Endogenous erythro- 
DOietin Drodiiction in tamarins. 

Lab Anim Care 15:1, 65. Breeding responses In 


Nature 204:1064, 54. Ability of tamarins to pro- 
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Nature 204:1163, 64. Effects of hypothalmic stim- 
ulation on the erythropoietic response in the 
Rhesus monkey. 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 118:623, 65. Erythro- 
poietic activity of untreated and deproteinized 
normal human olasma. 

Radiat Res 22:217, 64. Erythropoietin studies 
with tamarins. 

CA-02729 GEN LEWIS, HERMAN W., Massachusetts Inst. Tech.," 

Cambridge, Mass. Genetic control of 

tvrO';infl«;p artiuifv in ni-n^nnhila 

Biochemistry 2:1217, 63. Studies on a chol-" 
I inesterase of Pseudomonas fluorescens. 

I. Enzvmp induntlnn and rhp mpt;ihnll^m nf 
I arptvlf^hnlinp 

Biochemistry 2:1221, 63. Studies on a chol- 
inesterase of Pseudomonas fluorescens. 

II. Purification and nrnnprtip^ 
CA-02738 PATH ADAMS, W. ROBERT, Sch. Med., Yale Univ., 

New Haven, Conn. Electron microscopy 

and immtinnrhpmi<:trv in narhnlnnv 

Am J Path 42:415, Apr 63. Some morphological ' 

rhararrpricrirQ rif Whinnip'c rilcpacp 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 9 (No 2):156, 62. 
Use of actlnomycin D to unmask RNA synthesis 

indiirpri hv Npwra«:rlp Hicpa<;p wini*: _ 

Blochim Biophys Acta 66:356, 63. The fluor- 
Blood 17:687, Jun 61. Study of leukocytes 

In Infprtlntic mnnnniirlpncU 

J Biophys Biochem Cytol 10:177, 61. Frog 

ckplpfal miKirIp flhpr 

Am Industr Hyg Assn J 24:265, May-Jun 63. 
Effects of single and repeated exposures of 
humans and rats to vinvl chloride. 

Biochim Biophys Acta 66:356, 63. The 
fluorescence of tyrosine in alkalinp sniiitinn. _ 

Conn Med 28, (No 2):107, Feb 64. Electron 
mirroscnnv in medical diaann<;i<; 

Science 141, (No 3578):359, Jul 63. 
Epizootic diarrhea of infant mice: Identification 
of the etiolopic aaent. _ 

Yale J Biol Med 36, (No 3):234, Dec 63. " 
Presence of viral antigen in Inclusion bodies 
formed in Ehrlich ascites tiimnr cplk Infprtpri __ 
with Npwra<;tlp Hi<;pa<;p »/irfi«: 

CA-02739 BBC URET2, ROBERT B., Grad. Sch., Biol. Scl., 
Univ. Chicago, Chicago, III. Photo- 
hlnlnairal <;tiidip'; nn rpniirarinn rplk 

Biophys J 3:35, 63. X-ray and ultraviolet sensl- 

tivltv nf svnrhrnnnii«;lv rlluirllnn F rrtit 

Proc Nat Acad Scl 48:1738, (jet 62. Dye- 
sensltlzed photolnactlvation of yeast In re- 
lation to x-rav oxvaen effect. 

Proc Nat Acad Scl 49:45, 63. Action spectrum 
for paling of ultraviolet-irradiated chromosome 


Biophys J 3:35, 63. X-ray and ultraviolet 
sensitivity of synchronously dividing Escheri- 
chia col i. 
Proc Nat Acad Scl 49:45, 63 . Action spectrum 
for paling (decrease in refractive index) of 
ultraviolet-irradiated chromosome seoments. _ 
Radial Res 21:144, 64 . Dark recovery pheno- 
mena in yeast. I . Comparative effects with 

various inactivatinq aoents. 

Proc 18th Ann Sympos Fundamental Cancer Res, 
p. 187, 64. Disassembly of mitotic organelles 
with subcellular mlcrobeams. _ 

Proc Biophys Soc Ann Mtg, San Francisco, 
Calif, 65. Photosensitized reversions from 
auxotrophy in E. coll. _ 

Radiat Res 22:245, 64. Sensitivity to acrldlne 
sensitized photolnactlvation In E. coll 
B, B/r and Bs-1. 
Proc Radiat Soc N Am Ann Mtg, 64. Protection by basic 
dves aaainst the effects of ultraviolet liaht. 
I C-2742 Gen Swanson . C. P. . Johns Hookins Univ. . Baltimore . Mri.^ 

C-2751 Endo Allen. J.M.. Univ. Michioan. Ann Arhnr. Mich 

* CA-02754 CB DURYEE, W.R., Sch. Med., Geo. Washington U., ' " 

Wash., D.C. Role of the nucleus in cell 
Acta Cytol 5:211, 61. Possible mechanisms 
for nuclear-nucleolar changes in early cervi- 
cal carcinoma. ^ 
Proc 22nd intCongr Physiol Sci, Leiden, 1:844,' 
62. Nuclear mechanisms in control of normal 
and abnormal cell arowth. 
Anal Rpr. 14S:1A1 . M Niirlpar rnotrni nf rpll nrnwth _ 

Anat Rec 148:367, 64. Comparison of nucleolar extrusions 

in human and animal neoolasin*; . _ ^ 

Ann NY Acad Sci 126:59, 65. Factors influencing develop- 
ment of tumors in froos. 
Excerpta Med (No 77), p. 17, 64. Rate and volume of nucleo- 
lar extrusion as the oacemaker for cpII arowth. _ 
Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 5:15, 64. Nucleolar physiology 

in human fiimors nf dtvprnpnt tvop^. 
Proc James Ewing Soc, Mem Hosp, New York, Progr No 26, 
63. The rolp of the niinlpii*; in nroriiintinn nf maliananrv 
CA-02756 CY IRVIN, J. LOGAN, Sch. Med., Univ. North 

Carolina, Chapel Hill,N.C. Inhibition 
of orotein svnthesis in fimiorq 

Cancer Res 21:692, Nov 61. Effects of alpha- 

aminoalkanesulfonates on Ehrlich ascites 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 4:30, 63. Acyl aetl- 

uatlnn nf l-aminnrvrlnnpntanorarhnvulir arlH 

J Ellsha Mitchell Sci Soc 81, (SuppI 1):25, 65. Influence 
.< ...i..».^.i ..miHA ^fiA anainnc on aminn arid metaboiism. 

J Med Chem 7:337, 64. Potential anticancer agents. I. 
Schlff bases and hydrazone derivatives of oyrimidlne-4- 

J Med Chem 8:10, 65. Potential anticancer agents. II. Syn- 
thesis of some nitrogen mustard containing suifones and 

*klnf iilfinatec 

J Med Chem 8:292, 65. Synthesis of some oyrimidine amino 
acids by the Rhodanine method and tests versus the Ehrlich 
ascites carcinoma. 

CA-02758 PC KANOUTSCH, ANDREW A., R.B.Jackson Mem. Lab 

Bar Harbor, Maine Steroid metabolism in 
tumors and normal tk^up'; 
J Biol Chem 237:358, Feb 62. 7-Dehydro- 

..U»l..r.»arnl ,4alta 7-l«HlirtaCP 

J Lipid Res 4:179, Apr 63. Metabolism of 
cholesta-4,7-dien-3-one and cholesta-4,6- 
dien-3-onp hv mouse liupr mirrnsnmp'; 

J Lipid Res 4:179, 63 . Metabolism of 
cholesta-4, 7-dlen-3-one and cholesta-4, 
^-Hion-'^.nnp hv mnti^p iivpr homooenates . 

biocnim BlopFiys Acfa"84:4/i, 64. occurrence 
and localization of a-llnolenic acid containing 
oalactoliolds In the photosvnthetic aooaratus of 
Anahfipna u»rlahill«. 

J Biol Chem 239:2507, 64. Purification of 
geranylgeranyl pyrophosphate synthetase from 
MIcroccus Ivsodeckticus. 

The Epidermis. Academic Press, New York, 
p. 493, 64. Sterol metabolism in skin and 
CA-02T60 CY HARDINGE, M.B., Col. Med. EVangelists, 

Loma Linda, California Screening of plant 
extracts for anticancer activity 

Cancer Res 21^73, Sep 61. Action of plant 

pxtnrt*; nn tr*n^nlantpH motKP tiimnrs. 
Cancer Res 23(6):981, 63. Action of plant 
extracts on transplanted mouse tumors. 
CA-02762 MG PORTER, KEITH R., Rockefeller Inst. Med. Res., 

N.Y.C. Publication of proceedings of 
conference in tissue fine strurtiirp 
Cancer 15:66, Jan-Feb 62. Cancer in Lebanon 
and thp near pa^t . 
CA-02764 CB ODLAND, GEORGE F., Sch. Me¥., U. Washington, 

Seattle, Wash. Fine structure and 
cvtochemistrv nf epidermis 
Excerpta Med 52:23, 62. Electron microscopic 

nh<;prvatlnn<; nn human pntHpirnlc 
BiQloav of Skin. Pergamon Press, Oxford, 2, 
Chapt 4, 61. Fine structure of cutaneous capil- 
Blood Vessels and Circulation, Pergamon Press, 
NeW York, 4:b7, 61. Hhe structure of 
cutaneous caol Maries. 
Strurtiirp and FunrUnn of Skin. Academic Press, 
""■"..v.". i-" "jin^» (.7 
Tpxthook nf HIstnlngy, W B Saunders, Inc., 

Phila,<ololila Rth oHitinn A5 

The Epidermis. Academic Press, New York, Ch. 
12. 0. 237. 64. Tonofilaments and keratohvalin. 
CA-02765 CB WEISS, P., Rockefeller Inst., N.Y.C. 

CInemici'ography of cell interactions In 
Develop Biol 3:532, Aug 61. Fine structure 

Exp Cell Biol 8:154, 61. Attachment and 

snrpadlno nf rpll*; In riilturp 
Exp Cell Res 8:260, 61. Principles in cell 

!..........»:».. -inA rpll annfpnatinn 

Proc 1st Ann Meet Am Soc Cell Biol, Chicago, 
Nov 61. Immediate response of cells to 
rhanop of inn ronrentration in thp mpriium. 

* CA-02769 VR GROUPE, VINCENT, Grad. Sch., Rutgers Univ., 

New Bmnswick, New Jersey Rous sarcoma 
virus (RSV) 

J Nat Cancer Inst 29, (No 3):397, Sep 62. 
Pathogenesis <Jf virus-induced Rous sarcoma. 

I niftrlhiuinn nf t/iriic and tumor foci in chicks 

.^n.^ »>ii.l'puc ■ 

"■ ■ J Nat Cancer Inst 29, (No 3):421, Sep 62. 

Pathogenesis of virus-induced Rous sarcoma. 

II ni#f»ami(-c nf tumnr Hpuplnnmpnt and viral 
arowth nattprn*; in rhirk"; 

J Nat Cancer Inst 29, (No 4):739, Oct 62. 
Role of humoral antibody and infecting dose in 
tuo rar-f^uar^ nf Pniic Qarrnma virus from turkey 
tumor rplls in ti<;<;iip rulturp 
CA-02770- • PATH STIDWORTHY, GEORGE H., Veterans Admin. 

Cr., Martinsburg, W.Va. Studies on the 

uotake of radiosulfate bv neoolasms 
Clin Chem 8:318, Jun 62. Beta radiation self 

ahcnrntinn nf nrprinifatpQ 

J Bone Joint Surg 45A:141, 63. Chondrosarcoma 
of the hand. Report of case with radioactive 

<;illnhur <:ttiHip<: and rpuipw nf litpratnrp 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 4:323, 62. Distribu- 
tion of administered radiosulfur in patients with 

rarrinnmac nf ctnmarh rninn nr rorttim 


See Errata, p. 756, for additional entries 


Proc 4th Congr Int Acad Path, Stuttgart, p. 62, 
62. Localization of radioactive sulphur In 

hnman n;)c^i'ninfpctin;>t rarrinnmae 

Proc 13th Ann VA Med Res Conf 13:31, 62. 
Effect of somatotrophin on tissue concentra- 
tinn<: anH pvrrpfrinn ratp ofj-artlrtciilfafp 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 112:861, 63. Separation 
of sulfated urinary acid mucopolysaccharides 

llHIiyinn rpfultrlmp^hulammnninm Krnmirip anH 

CA-02771 MET SALMON, W.D., Auburn Univ./Auburn, Ala. 

Relation of choline to nucleic acid 
Fed Proc 22:1159, 63. Liver nucleic add levels 
of rats fed chollne-deflcient or ethlonlne- 

stinoipmentpH ri lpt<;. ^ 

Fed Proc 23:533, 64. Effect of ethionine on 
the acid-soluble nucleotide composition of 
rat liver. 
ArCh Bioehem ld6:428, Jul P." NUeleit itid 
levels in livers of rats fed diets deficient in 
choline or containina ethionine. 
Arch Biochem, 111:191, 65. Formation of S-adenosyle- 

Ihioninp hv p^hinninp-trpatpH rafq 
Fed Proc 25:783, 66. Incorporation of sodium formate-C14 

inYn thp aHpninp ntirlpnHHp*; nf pfhirtninp-iniprfprt fate 

J Bact 89:1494, 65. Enhancement by adenine of the inhib- 
ition of Saimonplla tvnhimiiriiim hv pfhinninp. _ 

J Bact 98:687, 65. Effect of ethionine on the ribonucleic acid, 
ripnvvrihnnrirlpir ar.irt. anrt nrnfpin nf F<;r.hprir.hia rnii 
CA-02772 BIO FRASER, DEAN, Sch, Arts, Scl., Indiana 

Univ., Sloomington, Ind. Biochemical 
and apnpHr rpcnliirinn nf hartprinnhanp 
Advance Virus Res 8:63, 61. Replication of 

T? hartprinnhaop , 
Bact Proc p. 147, 63. Interaction of DNA and 
internal orotein from colinhaop T?h. 

Blochlm Biophys Acta 53:199, 61 . Partially 

rp<;nl\/pH h3^^pl•innhanp-hnQt cv/Qfpm? 

Natiirp 1R0-04R. A1 "Sfninhii'al miifatinnc 

Bact Proc 135, (No 8), 64. Diamine stimulation 
of T4 rll replication In Eschenchla coil K 12 

Virology 23:96, 64. The interaction of DNA and 

; TwMain fi-nm rnlinhanp T7. 

CY-2779 CY Wriaht . J.C. . New Yorl< Univ. . N.Y.C. 

CA-02786 END SMITH, OLIVE W., Free Hosp. Women, Brookline, 

Ma<;<; F<;trnapn<; in fhp iirinp nf wnman 

Am J Obstet Gynec 84:141, Jul 62. Estrogen ]n 

thp human nv/aru 
Endocrinology 69:613, Sep 61. Formation of 

p<:Ji'nnp hu marmncpf nlarpnta 

Endocrinology 69:869, Oct 61. Biogenesis 

nf fxiiirnne^nti hu fhp human nu:*rv 

Endocrinology 69.-970, Nov 61. Ovarian 

hinnpnp^i"; nf p<:ti'nnpn<: 
FprHlitv and "itprnitv 1?'1?1 Mar Al 
JAMA 179:99, Jan 62. Chemical induction 

nf nviilaf Inn 

JAMA 184:878, Jun 63. Action of MER-25 and of 

rinminhpnp nn fhp human nwaru 

J Biol Chem 236:705, Mar 61. Biogenesis of 
estrogens by human ovary. 1. Conversion of 
Ar.pfatp-l-r.l4 tn p<:frnnp and p<;ti'aHinl. 

J Biol Chem 236:2204, 61. Biogenesis of estro- 
gens by the human ovary. III. Conversion of 
rholpstprnl-4-r.l4 tn p<:trnnp 

J Biol Chem 236:2207, 61. Biogenesis of estro- 
gens by the human ovary. IV. Formation of 
npMtrai <itPrniH Intprmpniatp*: frnm arptatp-l -0.14, 
Acta Endocr 44:519, 63 . Effect of clomlphene 
on aromatizatlon of steroids by the human 
placenta In vitro. 
Endocrinology 73, (No 5):619, Nov 63. 
Collagen content of the nonpregnant rat uterus 
as related to the functional resoonses to 
pstroopn and nrnap«itprnnp , 
J Clin Endocr 23, (No 11):1141, Nov 63 . 
Blood estrogens in late pregnancy: An evalua- 
tion of methods with Imoroved recoverv. 
Acta Endocr 51, (Suppl 104), 66. Free and conjugated 
estrogens in blood and urine before and during parturition 
In normal human pregnancy. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 94:440, Feb 66. Effect of Clomid on ' 

estroaen secretion and metabolism. 
J Clin Endocr 25:732, Jun 65. Quantitative estimation of 
estroaen conluaates in late oreanancv olasma. 
CA-02790 BIO GINSBERG, HAROLD S., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Biosynthesis 

Bact Proc p. 30, 63. A new class of ade-B mu- 
tants nf ^almnnplla tunhimiiritim 

Bact Proc p. Ill, 63. Genetic alteration of 
Inosinic-guanylic pyrophosphorylase of 
Salmnnplia tunhimitriiim 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 109:277, 62. Metabolic" 
abnormalities in 2,6-dlaminopurlne resistant 
mutant*; nf Salmnnplia tvnhlmiiriiim 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 109:281, 62. Feedback 
inhibition of purine biosynthesis in an adenlne- 
pxr.rptina mutant nf *%almnnplla tvnhlmirriiim ^ 

Bact Proc p. 40, 64. Isolation and analysis of 
mutagen-induced revertants of our-A mutants 
of Salmonella tvohimurium. 




* CA-02798 



Fed Proc 23:378, 64. An altered adenylosuc- [ 

cinase from Salmonella typhimurium as a re- I 

suit of a structural oene mutation. 
Science 142:680, 63. Genetic alteration of 

adenylic ovroohosohorvlase In Salmonella. i 

Genetics Today , Proc 11th Int Congr Genet, The j 

Hague, 1:53, 63. Nature of a suppressor mu- ; 

tation affectina adenvlosuccinase. I 

Bact Proc p. 97, 61. Genetic suppression of ! 

purlne-requirlng mutants of Salmonella typhi- 
Bact Proc p. 185, 61. Genetic and biochemical 

analysis of adenine specific auxotrophs of 

Salmonella tvohimurium. 
Bact Proc p. 89, 65. Glycine auxotrophs of 

Salmonella tvohimurium. 
Blochlm Biophys Acta 51:130, 61. Mechanism 

of resitance to 2,6-diamlnopurine resistant 

mutants of Salmonella tvohimurium. 
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cells inhihitpd in rultiirp hv 5-lndn-?'-dpnvviirIHInp 
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related substances. A reinvestigation of the structures of 

the bv-oroduct. C9H1012N205. and Its derivatives. 
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tumour formation bv oolvoma vlnis. 
Nature 206:1052, 65. 3',5'-dltritiomethotrexate as a 

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Nature 210:104, 66. Synergistic interaction of kethoxal 

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Naturwissenschaften 17:502, 65. Unter Schiedllcke WIrkuno CA-02823 

Von Bromouracil-desoxyribosld Und Joduracildesoxyribosid 
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radiotherapy: Preliminary results of clinical trial with 

methotrexate in head and neck cancer. 
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SRC CHALMERS, T.C., Harvard U., Boston, Mass. 

SRC HOLLAND, JAMES F., Health Research inc., 
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Am J Obstet Gynec 83:468, Feb 62. Chemo- 

frhpranu in natipntc uuith nunornlnnir rarwpr 

Cancer 14:205, 61. Visualization of retro- 
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an atd in the measurement of tumor orowth. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 11:81, 61. Initial 
clinical study of parenteral methyiglyoxal 
bisfaiianvlhvdrazonel diacetate. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 24:39, Nov 62. Initial 

rliniral chi,^ipc wijh \,inri'i<:rinp 

Cancer Chemother Rep 27:15, 62. Clinical 
experiment with methyiglyoxal bisfguanyl- 
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Clin Pharmacol Ther 2:22, 61. A comparative 
study of optimal medical care with and without 
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Clin Pharmacol Ther 3:730, 62. Effect of an 
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Cancer Chemother Rep, (No 46), May 65. Clinical pharma- 

rnlooir •;triHv nf haHariHin (N<;r-<;71 77R1 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 6:160, Mar-Apr 65. Clinical studies 

of Hirhinrnrnpthntrpvatp fW^r-POAim 

SRC COLSKY, JACOB, Sch. Med., Univ. Miami, 
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Cancer 16:502, 63. A comparative study of 
9-alpha-bromo-ll-keto progesterone and 
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Cancer Chemother Rep (No 12), Jun 61. Clin- 
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Cancer Chemother Rep (No 16), Feb 62. A 
comparative study of 5-fluorouracll (FU), 
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Cancer Chemother Rep 22:49, 62. Evaluation 
of surgery and chemotherapy in the treatment of 
mouse mammary adeno carcinoma. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 24:39, Nov 62. Initial 
clinical studies with Vinrristlnp. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 27:87, 62. Clinical 
trial of Vinblastine in mulliole myeloma. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3:216, Mar 61. A 
new antibiotic with antitumor activity. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3:351 , 62. Phar- 
macological evaluation of a new analogue of 
chlorambucil in exoerimental animals and in 

Acta Un Int Cancr 20:340, 64. The effectiveness 
of methylglyoxal-bis-guanylhydrazone (CH3-G) 
in human malinnanr Hicpacp 

Am J Hosp Pharm 20:517, Oct 63. The clinical 

investioator and evaluation of new druas. 
Blood 21:640, 63. Clinical studies with 

Cancer 17:713, Jun 64. Urinary tormiminogiuta- 

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Cancer Chemother Rep 30:21, 63. Prognostic 
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Cancer Chemother Rep 36:59, 64. 6-Thlo- 
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millUnlp mvplnma 

Cancer Chemother Rep 42:19, Nov 64. Prelimi- 
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SRC OWENS, A.M., Jr., Sch. Med., Johns Hopkins U., 
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Cancer Chemother Rep 21:143, 62. Clinical 

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Cancer Chemother Rep, No. 12, 127, Jun 61. 

r.linlral ctiiHipc nf vfnhlactinp 

Cancer Chemother Rep 15:33, 61. Toxicity 

after larop dosps nf nncraninp. 
Cancer Chemother Rep, No. 16, 61, Feb 62. 

Farlv rliniral frialc uuitti antiranrpr anpnfc 

Cancer Chemother Rep, No. 16, 417, Feb 62. 

r.ftmnaratlup ctiiHv with thrpp all,\,iaftnn anonfe 

Cancer Chemother Rep 21:143, Aug 62. Clinical 

tnvlrltv aftpr nraHpH Hncpc nf alantnp miictarH 

Cancer Res 22:706, Jul 62. Folic Acid vitamins. 

VII. 1 amp Hncps nf ampfhnntprin in man 

J Chronic Dis 15:229, 62. Early human Urals 

with anticancer aoents. 
Med Ann DC 31:143, Mar 62. Hazards of onco- 

Ivtlr aopnfc 

Med Ann DC 31:152, 62. Needle biopsy of 
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Med Bull Mont County MS 6:150, May 62. 
The theraoeutic challenap nf hrpast rarr:lnnma._ 

Fundamental and Clinical Aspects of Radiation 
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Radlat Res 20:i24, 63. Effect of in vivo x- 
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Am J Med 351363, Sep 63. Comparative triai of 
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Cancer Ctiemother Rep 36:41, 64. Comparative 
clinical toxicity of 6-MP (NSC 755) and 6-mer- 

rantoniirinp rihnntirlpnciHp fW^P.-dOni aHmln- 

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J Chronic Dis 17:19, 64. Further comparative 
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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 5:10, 64. Preliminary 
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Arch Intern Med 116:846, 65. Neoplastic disease (A study of 

Cancer Chemother Rep (No 44):45, 65. Phase I studies with 

nvra7nlp (N<;r.-4'yJinV 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 6:17, 65. The feasibility of using 

randomization schemes early in the clinical trials of new 

chemotheraoeiitic aapnt<;r HvHrnyviirpa (W^r.-^?(Vi'i^ 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 6:160, 65. Clinical studies of 

Hichlnrompthntrpvatp (N<;r.-?<)6'?m 
Med Ann DC 34:369, 65. Mandibular metastases in cancer 

of the orostate. 
Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 6:22, 65. Preliminary studies 

with nnrfiromurrn. 
Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 6:58, 65. Preliminary studies 

with thiorar7nlamiHp. 
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Madison Biochemical and pharma- 

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CancerRes 22:815, Aug 62. Fluorlnated pyrlmV 
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J Am Chem Soc 84:3597, 62. Syntheses of 
5-trlfluoromethyluracll and 5-trifluoromethyl- 

J Org Chem 27:2491, 62. Fluorinated pyrimi- 
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Acta Un Int Cancr 20:39, 64. Rationale for the. , 
desion of fluorinated ovrimidines. 

Biochemistry 2:566", 63. "Studies of fruorliiateil 
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fluoro-2'-deoxyuridine and related comoounds bv 
niicipn^idp nhn^nhnrvlacp 

fiiochim Blophys Acta 76:315, '63. Fluortnated 
pyrimidines. XX. Inhibition of the nucleoside 
ohosohorvlase cleavage of 5-fluoro-2-deoxv- 
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Cancer 15:1209, 62. Combined chemotherapy and 
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Cancer Res 23:49, 63. Studies on fluorinated 
pyrimidines. XVI. Metabolism of 5-fluoroura- 
cil-2-Cl4 and 5-fluoro-2'-deoxvuridine-2-Cl4 
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Cancer Res 23:67, 63. Studies on fluorinated" 
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fluorouracil-2-Cl4 and 5-fluoro-2'-deoxvurldlne 
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Cancer Res 23:420, 63. In vitro synthesis of 
acid-soluble thymine compounds by human 
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Cancer Res 23:468, 63. Effects of steroidslirS 
fluoropyrimldines on lymphomas. II. In vivo 
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Cancer Res 23:1226, 63. Experimental andciinl-l 
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Cancer Res 23:1715, 63. Incorporation of Un- 
labeled iododeoxyuridine into the DNA of mu- 
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Exp Cell Res 9, (Suppl):462, 63. Biochemical 
mechanisms of action of fluorinated nvrimidinps. 

J Biol Chem 236:3006, 61. Studies on fluorlnateS' 
pyrimidines. XIII. Inhibition of thymidylate 

J Med Chem 7:1, 64^ Syntheses of 5-trlfluoro- 
methyluracil and 51trlfluoromethyl-2'-deoxy- 

J Molec Biol 7:541, 63. Fluorinated pyrlmTatties, 
XIX. Some biological effects of 5-trifluoro- 
methvluracil and 5-trifluoromethvl-2'-deoxv- 
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FnHfirrinP tiimnr cfprniH hincunthoeic 

J Biol Chem 238:1302, Apr 63. Metabolism of 

Krogesterone-4-C14 and pregnenolone-7a-H3 
V human aHrpnal Mcqmp 

Science 136:160, Apr 62. Application of auto- 
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State Univ., New Brunswick, N J. Hepatic 
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Bull NJ Acad Sci 6:8, 61. Hyperthyroidism 
and hpnatic tiimnr inrinntinn. 
PC STOKES,VVILLIAMM., Providence Col., 

Providence, R.I. Some aspects of 
the matabolism of sterols 
Anal Chem 34:1175, 62. Liquid scintillation 
counting of insoluble samples with applica- 
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J Biol Chem 237:334, Feb 62. Metabolism 

nf rhnlpcf-Afnl in thp rhirl*- pmhrvn 

CY PRADHAN, SACHINDRA N., Col. Med., Howard 

Univ., Wash., D.C. Antagoniam and 
^vnprnkm in antitiimnr rhpranv 
BIO MYERS, TERRELL C, Sch. Med., Univ. Illinois,! 
Chicago, III, Phosphonic acid analogs ! 

of nucleosidp nhosnhatps 
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phosphonic acid analogues or adenosine 5'- | 
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J Am Chem Soc 85:3292, 63. Phosphonic | 
acid analogs of nucleoside phosphates. I. The 
synthesis of 5'-adenvlvl mpthvlpnptilnhnfi- 
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Fed Proc 24, (No 906) , 65. The enzymic syn- j 
thesis of polyribonucleotides using 5'-adenylyl| 
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J Org Chem 30:443, 65. Phosphonic acid analogs 
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J Org Chem 30443, 65. Phosphonic acid analog' 
of nucleoside phosphates. 111. The synthesis o 

aripnn<jlne 'i'-mpthvlpnpHinhn«:nhnnatP - a nhnc-) 

aripnvlvl rhlnrnmpthvlnhn*;nhnnatp | 

CY TIECKELMANN, HOWARD, State Univ. New York, , 

Buffalo, N.Y. Synthesis and evaluation 

of antimetabolites I 

J Org Chem 26:4425, 61. The pyrimidine ; 

J Org Chem 26:4429, 61. Phosphorylated ^ 

nurimiHinp*; j 

J Org Chem 28:1015, 63. The ortho-Claisen i 

rparrannpmpnt in nwcimiHinpc 

Chem Res 12:286, 64. Increase of pyrimidine ' 
nucleoside phosphorylase activity of myco- 
olasma Infection anri Inhihition nf anrlultv hy 
thvmlHInp an alon*; 

. I MpH r.hpm ft-Afl? A'^ ^-illvliinHino 

J Org Chem 29:892, 64. The brtho-claisen 

rearrangement of 2-alloxypyrldlne. Ortho- 

clalsen rparranapmpntjn^jtrnapn 
J Org Chem 29:941, 64. Evidence supporting 

the occurrence of a 4,5-dehydropyrimldlne in 

aminations of halODvrlmlHInps- 
Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 4:29, 63. 5-Allyl- 

2'-deoxyurldlne (AUdR) activity on metabolism! 

of Dvrlmldine deoxynucleosldes bv HeLa ce|ls [ 

Infpr.tpH wirh mvrnnla<:ma 

Clin Res 12:286, 64. Increase of pyrimidine 
nucleoside phosphorylase activity of myco- I 
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thvmiriinp analna^. ] 

J Heterocyclic Chem 1:201, 64. The halogerf^ i 
nitrile exchange reaction as a route to pyrimi- i 
J Heterocyclic Chem 1:299, 64. 2,4-dimethyl-5-i 

J Med Chem 7:567, 64. The anomeric 5-allyl- | 
2'-deoxvuridines. ] 

J Org Chem 29:2903, 64. The synthesis of 2,4,6 
trisubstituted pyrldo (2, 3-d) pyrimidines from 
Tetrahedron Lett 41:3053, 64. The thermal I 

rearrangement of diethyl a-methylallyl and | 
diethyl crotvl ohosohites. 
Clin Res 12:286, 64. Increase of pyrimidine nucleoside ! 
phosphorylase activity by mycoplasma Infection and | 

inhibition of ar.tlvltv hv thvmlHInp analnn*;. ;, 

J Heterocyclic Chem 2:192, 65. Pyrazolo{3,4-b)pyridines j 
anri Dvra7nln(3'.4''A.'ilnvririn(?.1-H1nvrimiHinp<: J 

J Heterocyclic Chem 2:202, 65. The synthesis and some 1 

rpartinn*; nf ?-mpthvl-4 .^-nvrimiHinp-Hirarhnnifrilp }' 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 4:29, 63. 5-Allyl-2'-deoxyuridIn6 
CAUDR) activity on metabolism of pyrimidine deoxynucle- i 

n*;iHp«; hv HpI a r.plk infprtpH with mvrnnlacma ' 

CY CURRERI, ANTHONY R., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Chemotherapy 
nf solid tumors 

Am J Roentgenol 85:559, Mar 61. Irradiation 
anri r.hpmntheraov In mice tumors. 

Arch Surg 85:81, 62. Studies on the feasi- 
bility of adjuvant chemotherapy with 5- i 
fluorouracil (FU) and 5-fluoro-2'-deoxyurIdine 
rcnir^DX in ^Ua in1mof^^a^p nncrnnprativp opriod. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 12:25, Jun 61. Method! 

for determination of human tumor sensitivity to 

ranrpr rhpmothpranputin aopntq. 
Cancer 16:5, 63. Control led-dose chemother- ; 

aov as an adiunct to suraprv. | 

Cancer Chemother Reo (No 24), 62. A tech- |' 

nioup of Intra-artprial infusion. 

Cancer Res 22:1113, 62. Autoradiographic 

studies of in vitro incorporation of uridine 
and thymidine bv human tumor tissue. 
JAIMA 181:295, 62. Five years clinical 
experience with 5-fluorouracH. 
CA-028M BIO MAGASANIK, B., Harvard Med. Sch., Boston 

Mass Biosynthesis and interconversion of 

Durinp nurlpottdes 
J Biol Chem 237:3725, Dec 62. Histldine synthe- 
sis and adpninp Hpfirlpnrv 
J Biol Chem 237:3731, Dec 62. Adenlne- 

hlstlHInp rplfltinnshin In F mil 
J Org Chem 27:4066, 62. Lead tetraacetate oxi- 
dation of 1- and 2-benzenesulfonamldo- and 

CA-02867 CB AUB, JOSEPH C, Mass. Gen. Hosp., Boston, 

Mass. Comparison of surfaces of 
normal and cancer ceils 
J Cell Biol 14:255, 62. Protein upUke. 1. FerrI- 

tin iinfalfP hv Fhrlirh acrltpc ttimnr rollc 

J Cell Biol 15:437; 62. Studies on protein uptake 
by isolated tumor cells. It. Quantitative data 

nn arlcnrntinn anH iintal/p nn inHlnpI31-cpriim 
;)lhiimin Fhrllrh aerltpc tiitnnr raWe 

Proc Nat Acad Sci 50:613, 63. Reactions of 
normal and tumor cell surfaces to enzymes. 
I. Wheat-aerm lipase and associated muco- 
CA-02869 CB SALZBERG, DAVID A., Palo Alto Med. Res. 

Fdn., Palo Alto, Cal. A study of 

flavopn7vmps in 37n (hjp rarrinnnpnecis 

J Bact 84, (No 2):242, Aug 62. Effect of azo 
dyes on growth and metabolism of Neurospora 
crassa. I. Relative resistancp of Npurnsnnra 

sfrarnc ^rt aTn Hup inhiKifiAn 

Biochim Biophys Acta 78:795, 63. Ascorbic 
acid protection against toxicity of an azo dye 
carcinooen for Neurosoora crassa. 
Canad J Microbiol 10:303, 64. Some observa- 
tions on pigments induced by p-aminobenzolc 
acid in Neurospora crassa cultures. 
CA-02876 - PATH JONES, RUSSELL S., Sch. Med., Univ. Utah, 

Salt Lake City, Utah Lymphocytosis 

induced bv listeria monocvtooenes 
Am J Obstet Gynec 84:141, Jul 62. Estrogen In 

thp human ni/arv 
Arthritis Rheum 5:163, 62. Pathogenesis of 
mvcnolasmal fPPI 01 arthrlH« In rats. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 16:285, Feb 62. Andro- 

stanp Hpri\/aH»/pc In fhpranu nf hcpacf ranror 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 106:673, 61. Myco- 
plasma (PPLO) and Murphy-Sturm lympho- 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 110:323, 62. Identi- 
fication of Cl'^-labeled bacterial polysaccha- 
ride in animal tissues. 
CA-02877 MET WEINFELD, HERBERT, Health Research, Inc., 

Buffalo, N.Y. Meubollc studies In 
human leukemia 

Cancer Res 22:764, 62. Urinary glycoproteins 
In human leukemia. 

Fed Proc 21:380, 62. Effects of colchicine on 
RNA metabolism In rat liver. 

Fed Proc 23:324, 64. Biochemical alterations 
in the livers of rats trpatpH with rnlrhirinp 

Fed Proc 23:510, 64. Separation of a new cy- 
toagglutinin and the leucocyte mitosis stimulat- 
ina factor from hemaaoiutinin nf the kirtnpv hpan. 

Proc 56th Ann Mtg Am Soc Clin Invest, Atlantic 
City, NJ, May 64. The effects of colchicine 

on RNA svnthpsis in riiltllrpH hlnnrt |piil(nrvlps_ 

Biochem Pharmacol 13:1627, 64. Effects of 
colchicine on the incorporation of nucleic add 
orecursors into rat liver ribosenucleic aad. 
J Immun 92:864, 64. Agglutinins of the'red "kid- 
ney bean (Phaseolus vulgaris): A new cyto- 
aaolutinin distinct from iipmaaaliitinin 
J Immun 95:876, 65. The inhibitory action of EDTA on 
ervthrocvte aaalutlnatinn hv Ipr.tins. 
CA-02880 END BROWNING, HENRY C, Sch. Dent., Univ. 

Texas, Houston, Texas Hormonal control 
of normal and nenolastic tissues 
Am Zool 2, Aug 62. Production of functional 
r.omnra hitpa hv niirifipd annadntrnnins 

Anat Rec 142:219, 62. Periodic luteotrophic 

artivitv in thp ruriir mntisp 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 111:686, 62. Action of 

nnrifipH nnnaHnfrnnins nn rnrnAi-a liifpa 

Texas Rep Biol Med 20:484, 62. Evidence 
for periodic release of pituitary luteotropin 
durino estrnus cvcie nf thp mouse. 

Texas Rep Biol Med 20:570, Winter 62. Luteo- 

trnnir artiwitu in mirp 

Am Zool 3:60, 63. Response to Intraocular ovar- 
ian Isografts to administration of luteinizing 

Am Zool 3:270, 63. Specificity of luteal re- 
sponse in intraocular ovarian isografts to 
nltiiitarv tinrmnnps 

Am Zool 4:289, 64. Luteotropin (prolactin) re- 
lease in mice following administration of gold 

Anat Rec 148:265, 64. Effect of gold thioglucose 
nn rpnrnHiirtiup rvrlpc in thp mnncp 



J Arkansas Med Soc 60:46, 63. Bioassay of 
luteinizing and luteotropic activity of LH and 

LTH hv a HirPrt mpthnHr nrpliminarv/ retnnrt 

Proc 45th Endocr Mtg Soc, o. 21, 63. Direct 
bioassav of luteinizina aclivitv. 

Proc 46th Mtg Endocr Soc p. 78, 64. Direct 
liitpinirinn arti>/itv nf MIH-F<;W-51 anH Z7 

Texas J Sci 15:419, 63. Effect of purified gona- 
dotropins on ovarian tissue in hypophysecto- 
mirprl mirp. 

Texas J Sci 15:419, 63. Mammary gland stimu- 
lation of pituitary isografts with ectopic or in 
situ ovarian ttssiip- 

Texas Rep Biol Med 21:176, 63. Luteotropic 
action of fractional and multiple pituitary iso- 

nraftc in fho mmicQ 

Texas Rep Biol Med 21:511, 63. Lactogenic ac- 
tion of ovarian and fractional or multiple pitui- 

tarv isonrafts in thp mnucp 

Texas Rep Biol Med 22:215, 64. Comparative 
stimulation of mammary gland by pituitary iso- 

orafls with or without owarian transolants 

Texas Rep Biol Med 22:216, 64. Luteal action 
of nurifipH F<;H (NIHl 
Am Zool 3:492, 63. Response of Intraocular ovarian 

Isoarafts to administration nf liitpinl7lno hnrmnnp. 
Am Zool 4:401, 64. Luteotropic response In male mice with 

ovarian and oltultarv Isoarafts. 
Am Zool 5, (No 4):146, Nov 65. Intraocular ovarian isografts 

in castrate and intact male anri fpmalp rats. 
Am Zool 5:659, 65. Intraocular ovarian Isografts In castrate 

and Intact male and female rats. 
Anat Rec 151, (No 3):328, 65. Dependency of mammary stimu- 

latinn In oolH-thinnliirnsp-tcpatpH mirp nnnn nwarian ticetip 

Anat Rec 151, (No 3):497, 65. Photographic technics in 

hioloairai resparrh. 
Anat Rec 154:323, 66. Mammary-gland-uterlne-adrenal 

svndrome In ovarian isoaraftpH RAI R/r. mirp. 
ExoerpU Med Int Congr Ser No 99, p. E175 S. S167, 65. 

Luteotropic response to mouse or to bovine and ovine 

LH and LTH In male mice. 
Excerpta Med Int Congr Ser, (No 99):3fi5, 65. Luteotropic 

response to mouse or to bovine and ovine LH and LTH 

In malp mirp 

Neuroendocrlnology 2:93, 65. Dependence of mammary 

stimulation upon ovarian tissue In gold thloglucose-treated 

Proc 47th Endocr Soc Ann Mtg, p. 80, 65. LH activity In the 

mouse of bovine LH and of suspensions of male mouse 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 118:99, 65. Direct luteinizing 

actlvltv nf FSH-tJIH. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 118:913, 65. Response of Intraocular 

ovarian Isoarafts to LH In male mirp. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 119:1224, 65. Luterotropic response 

In nituitarv-nvarian isnnrafts in malp mirp 

Texas J Sci 15:519, 63. Effect of purified gonadotropins 

on ovarian tissup In hvnnnhvsprtnmlTpH mirp 
Texas J Sci 16:480, 64. Local response of mammary tissue 

to ovarian and oltultarv Isoarafts In the mouse. 
Texas J Sci 16:480, 64. Synergism between LH and LTH In 

oroduclno luteotroolc effects In male mirp. 
Texas J Sol 18:106, 66. Effect of prenatal androgen on 

reproductive develnompnt and function In thp moiisp. 
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Texas J Scl 18:107, 66. Action of endogenous versus exo- 

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Texas J Scl 18:115, 66. Mammary stimulation by Enovid 

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J Animal Sci 20:903, 61. Pigment In relation 

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PATH SHUBIK, PHILIPPE, Chicago Med. Seh., 
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Cancer Res 21:661, Jun 61. DMBA-induced 

mplanntlr ttimnrs in whitp iiani<;tpr. 

Cancer Res 21:1537, Dec 61. Carcinogenesis 

with iirprhan 

Exp Cell Res 27:608, 62. An eiectfonmlcro- 
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J Ceil Biol 16, (No 1):171, 63. The fine 
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tn rarrinnnpn-inrfiirpH mplanMir fiimrtre 

J Nat Cancer Inst 10:297, 63. Carcinogen- 
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Henry Ford Hosp Int Sympos: Biological Interac - 
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Am J Path 43, (No 2):175, Aug 63. A study 
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J Cell Biol 16:171, 63 . The fine structure of 
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PMA in u/achoH mirtricAmpe 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 6:458, 61. 
Chemical basis for sensitization of bacteria 
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Biochem Biophys Res Commun 8:157, 62. 
Dose dependent decrease in extractability of 
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Cancer Res 21:1148, Oct 61. A chromatographic 
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Nature 190:794, 61. Radiosensltization of 
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Radiat Res 16:98, Jan 62. Effect of halogen- 

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Am J Roentgen 90, (No 5):907, Nov 63. Bio- 
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Photochem Photobiol 2:503, 63. Photochemi- 
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Photochem Photobiol 3:1, 64. The photochem- 
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Photophvsioloqv , Academic Press, New York, 
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Fed Proc 21:370, 62. The in vivo crosslinking 
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J Neurochem 9:277, 62. Catabolism of deriva- 

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Proc 4th Int Photobiol Congr, Oxford, 64. The 
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Proc Pacific Slope Biochem Conf Abstr No 33, 
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Radiat Res 14:494, 61. Studies on the uptake of 
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Radiat Res 22:237, 64. The crosslinking of DNA 
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Blochim Biophys Acta 114:1. 66. The biological importance 
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Perspect Biol Med 6:47, 62. On the mechanism 

of estrogen action. 
Recent Progr Hormone Res 18:387, 62. Basic 

guides to the mechanism of estrnaen action. 
Am J Obstet Gynec 87:979, 63. Estradiol me- 
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Science 147:1153, 65. Carcinogenic aromatic 
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Proc Canad Cancer Res Conf 6:143, 65. The mechanism of 

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Proc 2nd Int Congr Endocr, London, p. 420, 64. Metabolic 
fate of steroid hormones in target tissues with regard to 
tissue sopcifirity. 
CA-02903 CY SIMPSON, WILLIAM L., Detroit Inst. Cancer 

Res., Detroit, Mich. Studies in cancer 
Ann NY Acad Sci 103:4, Feb 63. Distribution 
of mast cells as function of age and exposure 
to carcinogenic aaents. 

Cancer 15:294, Mar-Apr 62. Vincaleuko- 

hlastinp fhpranu nf dissptninafpd ranror 

Cancer Chemother Rep No 27, p. 55, Mar 63. 
Trlmethylpurln-6-ylammonium chloride (NSC- 
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Experientia 17:552, 61. Purin-6-yltrimethyl- 

ammnniiim rhinridp Npw niirinp antimpfahnlifo 

J Invest Derm 38:57, Feb 62. Origin of basal 

rpll onitholinmac in tho rut 

J Invest Derm 40:305, Jun 63. Metabolic studies 
on skin. I. Isolation of various mouse skin 

J Org Chem 26:3392, 61. Some 6-substituted 

J Org Chem 27:3045, 62. Nucleosides. 
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Lab Invest 12:712, Jul 63. Histochemical demon- 

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Progr Exp Tumor Res 3:216, 63. Progress in 

vinis rpsparrh 
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Growth, Little, Brown Co, Boston, 311, 62. 

Mpspnrhvmal and mast rpll rhannec 

Acta Un Int Cancr 20:700, 64. Characteristics of 
the nre-neonlastic statP- 

Anal Biochem 7, (No 2):135, Feb 64. Quan- 
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from oas-iiouid chromatoaraohv. 

Blood 21, (No 3):352, Mar 63. Megaloblasto- 
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Cancer 17:666, May 64. Autologous transplanta- 
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Ecology 45, (No 2):387, Spring 64. Effect of 
isolation of laboratory mice (Mus musculus) at 
room temoerature on their subseouent rpsistancp 
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Progress In Tumor PeseafCh, S. Karge 
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J Am Chem See 86:1896, 64. Nucleosides". 
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J Med Chem 7:3S5, May 64. Nucleosides. ~ 
IV. l-(2-deoxy-P-D-lyxofuranosyl)-5- 
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J Med Chem 7:574, Jul 64. Substrates for cyt'o- 
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Some substituted 3-lndolvl-e-O-alvcoDvrano- _ 
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J Crg Chem 29:2076, Jul 64. Nucleosides. V. 
The monomesylates of l-(2' -deoxy-p-D- 
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study of a series of new Indolyl compounds to 
localize 6-aalactosldase In tissue. 

New Eng J Med 269:1005, Nov 63 . Treatment 
of disseminated carcinoid tumors Including 
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Proc 12th Int Congr Derm 2, 61 Metabolic 
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Tetrahedron Letters 38:2725, Sep 64. Nucleo- 
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Blochim Blophys Acta 104, (No 1):250, Jun 65. 
The conjugation of estrogen metabolites by 
liver slices. A aas liould chromatoaraohlc _ 
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Cancer 18, (No 6) :665, Jun 6$. Effect of acut'e 
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' J \ miU Dtfm 43, ( No 6) :5l 9 ," \ }it M. CutintoJ 
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nucleosides from oxetane derivatives. _ 

Chemotheraov of (dancer. Elsevier Pub Co, ' 
Amsterdam, p. 118, 64. Critical analysis of 
594 cancer patients treated with 5-fluorouracll^ 
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Buffalo, N,Y. Bacterial and leukemlc- 
cel! resistance to antl-fnilcs _ 

Bloehemlitry 1:842, 62. Preparation and 
bloloalcal actlvltv of dlhydroamlnooterln. 

Cancer Res 22:495, 62. Inhibition of the ' ~ 
growth of an amethopterln-refractory tumor by 
dietary restriction of folic acid. 

Fed Proc 22:231, 63. On the structure of 
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J Biol Chem 238:1465, 63. The mechanism 
of binding of folate an alogues to folate reduc- 

Fed Prac 23:324, 64. Studies on decoylnlneJ 
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J Biol Chem 238, (No 4):1485, Apr 63. the 
mechanism of binding of folate analogues by 
folate reductase, 

J Biol Chem 238:4002, 63. Relationship be- 
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their affinities to folate reductase. , 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 5:6, 64. Studies on 
the biological activity and mode of action of 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 5:54, 64. Different"" 
effects of folic acid deficiency and treatment 
with amethoDterin on the orowth of several rat 
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Antimicrob Agents Chemother 4th Abstr Intersci 
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related to adenosine. 

Blochem Blophys Res Commun 16:400, 64. In- ' 
hibition of ribosephosphate pyrophosphokinase 
activity bv decovinine, an adenine nucleoside. 

Fed Proc 24:540, 65. Purification and propertiesf 
of folate reductase (FR) from cultured sarcoma' 
1?0 cells (S-180). 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 6:6," 65. BibToflTcal f 
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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 6:60, 65. Tetrahydro-T 
folate derivatives in tumors responsive to 
amethooterin or dietary deficiency of folic acid. 

Proc Am Chem Soc 148th Nat Mtg, p. 36, Sep 6C 
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CA-02910 CB BRUNST, VICTOR v., Roswell Park Memorial 

Inst., Buffalo, N.Y. Importance of 

innervation for tumor develooment in the axololl 

Am J Roentgenol 85:158, Jan 61. Roentgen 
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Quart Rev Biol 36:178, Sep 61. Problems 

nf rpopnpratinn . 

CA-02912 GM HAMBRICK, GEORGE W., Jr., Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Human 
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J Invest Demi 34:219, Apr 62. Inoculability 
and transniantabilitv of seborrheic keratoses. 

CA-D2913 CB RUBEN, L.N., Reed C, Portland, Ore. 

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Am Zool 1, Aug 61. Some aspects of homograft- 
induced accessory limbs in urodeles. I. Sys- 
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Am Zool 4:552, 62. The induction of accessary 

limbs in urodeles by mammalian Implants. 
J Morph 112:279, May 63. Post-embryonic in- 
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■ ■ J Mbi'ph 115, ( N6 2):225, Stb 64. T Wt I MM»W» * 

tion of lymphosarcoma of Xenopus laevls Into , 
reaeneratino and non-regenerating forellmbs of 
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CA-02915 CY GREENBERG. DAVID M., Sch. Med., Univ. 

California, San Francisco, Cal. Cancer 
chemotheraov bv antimetabolite and 
Acta Isotopica 2:119, 61. (Cholesterol blo- 

svnthpsls In transniantahle mouse tumors. 
Path Biol 9:610, 61. Genetic transformation 

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Cancer Res 23:818, 63. Studies on tumor 

resistance to 5-fluorouracil. 
Cancer Res, Jul 64. Effect of the administra- 
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of cancer cells. 
Arch Blochem 108:143, 64. PurlTlcatlon and pro- 
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a pseudomonad. I. Purification and ohysical - 
chemical orooertles. _ _^ 

Arch Blochem 108:150, 64. P'uriTJcatTon and pro-i 
pertles of glutaminase and asparaginase from a 
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J Biol Chem 239:4245, 64. Purification and pro- 
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from calf thymus. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 6:17, 65. MecRanlsms 
of tumor growth inhibition by glutaminase from a 
CA-02918' HEM CHAPLIN, HUGH C, Jr., Sch. Bfed., Washington 

Univ., St. Louis. Mo. Symptomatic 
hemolytic anemia In mallaant disease 
Am J Clin Path 38:557, 62. Measurement of 
In vivo survival of red blood cells by means of 
starch block hemoglobin electroohoresis. 
Arch DIs Child 105:19, 63. Plasma hemo- 
globin concentration In umbilical cord blood of 
normal newborn Infants. 
Arch Intern Med 111:286, 63. Effect of normal 

cells on viscosity of sickle cell blood. 
Blood 17:139, 61. The antigenicity of normal and 

Ipiikpmtr human ipdlrnrurp* 

J Lab Clin Med 57:612, 61. Stability of plasmi 

hpmnninhln IpupI In nnrmal hirman «iihlprt 

Transfusion 2:216. 62. Transfusion of buffy 
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dextran sedimentation. Description of newlv 
designed eouloment and evaluation of Its use. 

Transfusion 2:375, 62. The occasional falfl- 
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J Clin Invest 42:1735, 63. Agglutination of 
stored erythrocytes by a human serum. Charac-' 
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Current Therap y. W 8 Saunders, Philadelphia, 
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General Principles of Blood Transtusjon , J B 
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Blochem J 95:256, 65. Preparation and properties 
of the peptide chains of normal human 19 S 
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Clin Res, Oct 64. Rh antibody activity in human 

Fed Proc 24:502, 65. Pjysical antigenic proper- 
ties of a aamma A myeloma orotein. 
CA-02922 HEM GOODMAN, J.R., Univ. So. California, Los Angeles 

Electron microscooe study of lenkocytps 
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Yeshiva Univ., N. Y. C. Adrenal and 

gonadotrophin maturation in childhood 
CA-02924 ■. PET KIDDER, GEORGE W., Amherst Col., Amherst, 

Mass. Synthesis and testing of metabolic 

Biochem Pharmacol 11:53, 62. Biological 
artivitv of stprol alvcosides. 

Comp Biochem Physiol 8:331, 63. Ubiquinone 
in four aenera of Protozoa. 

Fed Proc 21:240, 62. On the biosynthesis 
of the auinone rina of coenzyme 0. 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 12:280, 63. 
Relationship between pyrimidine and lipid bio- 
synthesis and unconjugated pteridine. 

Biochem Pharmacol 13:353, 64. Inhibition by 
ouromvcin and its reversal bv oeotides. 

Fed Proc 23:376, 64. Compounds sparing the 
reouiremenl for biooterin. 

Fed Proc 23:529, 64. Source of unconjugated 
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J Biol Chem 240:1754, 65. The nature of the 
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Exp Cell Res 35:437, 64. Huniah mammary 
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J Org Chem 27:1674, 62. Indenoqulnollnes. 
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J Org Chem 27:3038, 62. Eliminations reac- 
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J Org Chem 26:3817, 61. Indenoouinolines. II. 

Derivatives of 6H-indeno(2.1~b) auinoline. 
J Org Chem 27:1674, 62. IndfenodUinotifirsnflT , 
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J Org Chem 27:3038, 62. blimmation CeittioriS o7 
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Proc Histochem Soc Mtg, 65. Comparative hlstoT 
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Clin Chim Acta 6:665, 61. Automatic 

an;4lv<;i<; of tissue nuiturp nrotelns. 
Fed Proc 21:159, 62. Further studies of 
species specificity of cultured animal cells 
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Lab Invest 11:1322, Dec 62. Primary cultures or 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 108:434, 61. Species 
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Analytic Cell Culture, Nat Cancer Inst Mono- 
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Bact Proc 34, 64. Problems and experiences 
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Nature 199:616, 63. Species identification ' 
of animal cells bv Immunofluorescence. 

Registry of Cell Lines Certified by the Cell Cul- 1 
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Crybiology 1, (No 1):B0, 64. Freeze preservatiori 
of cultured animal cells. 

Lab Invest 14, (No 2) ;231, 65. Monitor cultureSi 
of stored frozen human cells. 

Science 146, (No 3641) :241, Oct 64. Animal 
cell strains. 
Quart Rev Biol, Jun 66. Symposium on stability In dynamic 
microbial systems. Problems and experience in the 
characterization and preservation of tissue culture cells. 
C-2950 Path Storer . E,H, . Univ. Tenn. . Memohis 

CA-0?951 BIO WINZLER, RICHARD J., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Illinois, Chicago, III. Chemistry and 
metr-;bnl ism of serum alvcooroteins 

Arch Biochem 92:475, 61. Neuraminidase of 
influenza virus. I . Separation and properties 
of enzvme from Asian and PR8 strain. 

Biochim Biophys Acta 49:559, 61. Isolation 
and characterization of an a-2 acidic glyco- 

J Exp Med 113:37, 61. Preparation of an 
inhibitor of viral hemagglutination from human 
erythrocytes . 

Fed Proc 23:273, 64. Incorporation of glu- 
cosamine into olasma alvcooroteins in rats. 

J Biol Chem 239:1134, 64. Biosynthesis of 
glycoproteins. I. Incorporation of glucosamine- 
Cl4 into liver and olasma oroteins of the rat. 

Arch Biochem 106:338, 64. BioSynthfiSife of glyCo 
proteins. II. The site of glucosamine incorpor* 
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J Biol Chem 239; ( No 10) :3157, Oct 64. The 
biosynthesis of glycoproteins. III. Glucosaminle 
intermediates in olasma glvcoorotein synthesis' 
in livers of ouromvcin-treated mice. 
C-2952 A&l Dmochowski . L , . Univ. Texas . Houston . Tpx. 

CA-02961 MC ELDERFIELD, ROBERT C, Grad, Sch., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Synthesis of 
candidate anti-cancer comoounds 

J Org Chem 27:2463, 62. Synthesis of poten- 
tial anti-cancer agents. XV. Nitrogen mustards! 
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Croatica Chem Acta 35:85, 63. Synthesis of 
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Croatica Chem Acta 36:33, 64. Synthesis of po- 
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mustrads from urea derivatives. 

J Pharm Sci 53:730, 64. Lawsone derfvatives. 
II. Sulfonium mustard precursors and 1- 
naohthvlisocvanate Comdexes. 
CA-02967 SRC CARTER, R.E., State Univ. Iowa, Iowa City 

Cnonprativp <;tiiHv nf riipmnthpranv nf Iptikpmia 
CA-02971 SRC BISHOP, RONALD C, Sch. Med., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Cooperative 
evaluation of chemotherapy of leukemia 
Cancer Chemother Rep 45:65, 65. Triple drug therapy of 
metastatic tumors In children. 
CA-02972 ' CY RUTEiJBERG, ALEXANDER M., Beth Israel 

Hosp., Boston, Mass. Evaluation of new 
agents for the treatment of cancer 
Am J Dig Dis 7:797, 62. Leucine aminopep- 
tidase and p-glucuronidase activity in cancer- 
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Antimicrob Agents Chemother 435, 62. Pre- 
liminary report on kanamycin 3-phenyl sali- 
Gastroenterology 43:266, 62. Serum cerulo- 
plasmin in patients with cancer, obstructive 
iaundice, and other diseases. 
Gastroenterology 44:127, 63. A method for 
the colorimetric determination of t-glutamyl 
transoeotidase in human serum; enzymatic 
activitv in health and diseasp 
Nature 197:800, 63. Electrophoretic be- 
havior of an aminopeotidase of human tissues 
and serum. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 110:683, 62. Local- 
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itv bv oaoer electrophoresis. 
' Proc 6th Int Congr Biochem 4, (No 161) ;335, 64'. 
The isolation and purification of an aminoacyl 
naohthvlaniidase from human liver. 
CA-02975- CY CREECH, HUGH J., Inst. Cancer Res., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Preparation and 
testiiQ nf chemotberaoeutic aaents 
Canad J Biochem 40:905, 62. Polysaccharlde- 

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J Org Chem 27:2677. 62. Anomalous hydrolytic 
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J Org Chem 28il998, 63. 9-Amlnoacrldlne's 
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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3:312, 62. Immuno- 
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proteins and nitrogen mustards. _ 

Canad J Biochem 42:593, 64. Polysaccharide- 
peptide complexes from Serratia marcescens 

J Med Chem 7:471, 64. Further Investigations of 
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J Med Chem 7:480, 64. Acrldlne and quinollne 
analogs of nitrogen mustard with amide side 
J Med Chem 9:217, 66. Heterocyclic derivatives of 2- 

chioroeth vl sulf ide wit h antitumor activitv. .„__ 

CA-02976 " CY T?AVA57H:F;; Inst. Cancer Res., PhlladefpHii f~ 
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Blochem Pharmacol 8:226, Aug 61. Effect of 
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Cancer ReS 2r, (No 91:1666, Oct 64. Effect 6f | ' 
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transplantable tumors sarcoma 37 and Krebs-2 


CA-02977 HEM AMBRUS, JULIAN L., Health Research, Inc., 
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Am J DIs Child 102:639, 62. Enzymes of the 
blood clotting and fibrlnolysin systems In 

mature and premature infants and Infants with 

hyaline membrane disease: Before and after 
therapv with human niasmln. 

Am J DIs Child 102:639, 62. Experimental' 
hyaline membrane disease in guinea pigs. 
Therapeutic trial with human oiasmln. 

AMA Sympos Thromb, Chicago, Jun 62. Fibri- 
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Blood 19:523, 62. Bone marrow transplanta- 
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Cancer Chemother Rep 16:421, 62. Clinical 
experience with AB 132. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 18:27, 62. Clinical 
evaluation of AB-132 In the management of 
advanced bronchoaenic carcinoma. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 18:31, May 62. AB- 
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Cancer Chemother Rep 18:37, May 62. AB- 
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Clrculat Res 9:1208, Nov 61. Fibrlnolysin 


Clrculat Res 10:161, Feb 62. On the mecha- 

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Clin Pharmacol Ther 3:305, May-Jun 62. 

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the anticholinesterase activity and side effect 

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New Yori< J Med 62:3738, Dec 62. Clot formation 

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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3:355, 62. AB-132 

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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 4:4, Apr 63. Local- 
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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 4:59, 63. AB-132 
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Proc Am College Physicians, 43rd Ann Session, 
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Proc Int Cong Hematoi, Mexico City, Sep 62. 
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Proc 9th Int Soc Hemat, Chap 12, 62. Locali- 
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Proc Int Sympos Bone Marrow Ther Chem Protec 
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Bone marrow transoiantation in the protection 
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Proc Soc Am Assn Cancer Res 3:301, 62. 
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Skin 3:81, 62. Tumors of the skin: Effects of 
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Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 108:360, 61. Chemo- 
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Thromb DIath Haemorrh 7:210, 62. Experi- 
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Fed Proc 22:561, 63. Immunofluorescent 
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Fed Proc 23:354, 64. Role of blood cells in 

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Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 116:69, 64. Produc- 
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Proc Sympos Fibrinoiysin, Fed Soc Exp Biol, 
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Cancer 17,"rWd {I'Mi, Jui 64. t-omoineo use of 
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Clin Pharmacol Ther 5, (No 4) :428, Jul-Aug 64. 
Effect of ciaarette smokino on blood coaaulation. 

Fed Proc 24, (No 2) . Mar-Apr 65. A fibrinolysis" 
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J AppI Physiol 19, (No 3):536, May 64. Quanti- 
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CA-02978 CY MANDEL, H. GEORGE, Sch. Med., George 

Washington Univ., Washington, D.C. 
Methods for studying action of tumor inhibiting 

Blochem Blophys Acta 61:86, 62. Intracellular 
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Blochim Blophys Acta 61:824, 62. Relationship 
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Blochem Pharmacol 12:303, 63. Studies on 
the mechanism of action of 1-amlnocyclopen- 
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Cancer Chemother Rep 18:1, 62. The differen- 
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Cancer Res 23:250, 63. The metabolism of 
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Cancer Res 23:254, 63. Rapid membrane 
filtration technics for studying the action of 
6-thloguanlne on tumor cells in vitro. 

Cancer Res 23:491, 63. Inhibition of purine 
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Fed Proc 21, Mar-Apr 62. Effects of 5-fluoro- 

iiraril nn Rarillit^ rprpti^ 

Fed Proc 21, Mar-Apr 62. Metabolism and ac- 

Unnt; nf ar<;pnifp in mirrnnrnani^m*; 

J Biol Chem 237:2631, 62. Feedback Inhibi- 
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J Lipid Res 4:68, 63. Studies on fatty liver 
induction bv 4-aminooyrazoioovrimidine. 

J Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Path 15:646, 62. 
The action of druas in controlling tumor growth. 

J Phamiacol Exp Ther 133:141, Aug 61. RNA 
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J Phamiacol Exp ther 133:151, Aug 62. 
Effects of chloramphenicol on biosynthesis 
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Nature 195:85, 62. Inhibition of ascites tumor 
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Biochem Pharmacol 13:207, 64. Demethyla- 
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Cancer Res 23, (No 3):491, Mar 63. Inhibi- 
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Exp Cell Res 33:130, 64. Studies on the ac- 
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ExpCellRes33:138,64. Studies on the action^ 
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Fed Proc 23, 64. Demelhyiation of puromycin 
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Biochem Pharmacol 13:1471, 64'.~5fudies ot the 

induction of microsomal S-,N- and 0-demethy- 

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"BToeRSm Phai-mJiiol 14:92, 65. On lh6 f^latiortShJp 

between lipid solubility and microsomal metabop 

lism of drugs. 
Science 145, (No 3629r:r7e7Jul 64. Ucatll: 

Failure to restore DNA synthesis while re- CA-03010 

lievinq S-fluorouracil-induced inhibition. 
Biochem Biophys Res Commun 19:647, 65. Coding properties 

nf <;PMA rnnt;)rnino R-;47^Qii;ininp. 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 20:787, 65. The effect of two 

carcinostatic agents on the chemically induced stimulation 

of amino acid incorooration in a mamalian system. 
Biochem Biophys Res Commun 22:644, 66. The stimulation 

of amino acid incorporation in a mammalian system with 

Dhenobarbital . 3-methvlcholanthrene and cvcloheximide. 
Biochem Pharmacol 14:92, 65. On the relationship between 

linirl <:ntiihiliru anri ripmpthvlaUnn hv li\mr mirrn<;nmp*; 

Biochem Pharmacol 14:661, 65. The actions of thioguanine 
in Bacillus cereus. 

Biochim Biophys Acta 114:72, 66. Studies on the demethyla- 
tion of puromycin and related compounds by liver micro- 
somal enzvmes. 

Fed Proc 25:195, 66. Cycloheximide induced stimulation amino 
acid incornorarion in a rat liupr<;nmal svitpm. 

J Bact 91:517, 66. Dissociation of cellular function in Bacil- 

J Molec Pharmacol 2:171, 66. Studies on the mechanism of 

drug induced microsomal enzyme activities. V. Pheno- 

harhital stimulation of endogenous RNA and oolvuridvlic 

ariH-dirprfprI I -fl4C1 nhpnvlalaninp incnrnnrarlnn. 
Molec Pharmacol 1:157, 65. Enhanced messenger activity 

nf RWA frnm R-a nnaninp rrpatpri Rarillii^ cprpt(9 

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RAD SANDUSKY, WILLIAM B. Sch. Med., Univ. Virginia, 
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CY MELLETT, LAWRENCE B., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Distribution 
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Fed Proc 22:305, 63. The absorption and 
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J Lab Clin Med 60:818, 62. Absorption and 
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Fed Proc 23:298, 64. Analysis of the reactiori 
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CY RANE,LE0, Univ. Miami, Coral Gables, Fla. CyP-3015 

Inrporarpri nrnoram nf nanrpr r.hpmnthpranv p"*3019 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3:351, 62. Pharma- 
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MC RICHTER, HENRY J., Sch. Arts, Scl., Univ. 

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J Org Chem 26:3133, 61. Acenaphthene 
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J Chem Eng Data, Jul 64. Some derivatives of 

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J Org Chem 29:3381, 64. TheTMttioh bStWeen 
4-nitroquinoline 1-oxide and diethyl sodiomalot 
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J Org Chem 30:4078, 65. Acenaphthene chemistry. VIII. 
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GEN HINTON, C.W., Grad. Sch., U. Georgia, Athens, 
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RAD WARREN, SHIELDS, Cancer Res. Inst., New 
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Radiation carcinogenesis 
Arch Path 73:166, Feb 62. Renal changes In' 

ham^tpr wiih hprpriitarv Hiahptp*; mp|litu<;. 
Lab Invest 12:193, Feb 63. Regeneration of bone 

m^ii'Knw in Irradiatpd napahiont catc 

New Eng J Med 266:1123, May 62. Shatluck 

Iprtrirp Rariinarriup fallniir 

Science 135:927, Mar 62. Parathyroid 
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Snmp nf Intprnal IrrariiaUnn, Per^amon 
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CB FRIEDEN, E., Grad. Sch., Florida State U., 

Tallahassee Biochemistry of amphibian 

Am Zool 1:115, 61. Biochemical adaptation 

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Arch Biochem 95:25, 61. Biochemical changes 

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Science 133:1487, May 61. Anomalous actlv- 

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Science 139:918, 63. Molecular changes of 

hemoglobin during metaniorohosis. 

Treatise Comp Biochem 4B:4B3, 62. Metamor- 

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Fed Proc 21:212, 62. Uterine lipoyl dehydro- I 


CY DeLAMATER, E.D., Sch. Med., U. Pennsylvania, [: 

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Ann Histochim 7:63, 62. Cytochemlcal studies I 

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Exp Cell Res 26:229, 62. Cytochemlcal I 

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SRC James. G.W. , III. Medical Col. Virginia. Richmond. Va. I 
SRC Bell. W.M.. Univ. Mi<;si<:';innl . lark^nn. Mil";. 

SRC FROMMEYER, WALTER B., Jr., Univ. Alabama 
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Blood 21:89, Jan 63. Comparison of 6-mer- i 

captopurine and busulfan in chronic granu- ' 

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Cancer Chemother Rep 28:11, Apr 63. The ' 

clinical use of epoxypropidine (eponate) in 
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Alabama J Med Sci 1:95, Jan 64. Studies on the 

anemia of iuvenile rheumatoid arthritis. 
Alabama J Med Sci 1:256, Jul 64. Spleens, 
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Ann NY Acad Sci 121:437, Dec 64. The use ! 

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Cancer 17:1271, Oct 64. The bone-marrow 
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Cancer Chemother Rep 42:39, Nov 64. Dihydroxy- 
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Clin Res 12:225, Apr 64. The use of glycerinized 

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Clin Res 12:285, Apr 64. Amino acid analysis 

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Clin Res 13:274, Apr 65. Idiopathic para- 
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Endocrinology 72:652, Apr 63. Carbonic anhy- 

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Biochem Pharmacol 12:254, 63. The distribu- 
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Pharmacologist 5:265, 63. Pharmacological 
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Fed Proc 23:568, 64. Drug effects on isolated 
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Pharmacologist 5:265, 63. Reserplne-IIke de- I 
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Pharmacologist 6:16, 54. Drug architecture ! 

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Pharmacologist 6:199, 64. The Inhibition of the 
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Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 23:179, 64. Alkaline 
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Arch Int Pharmacodyn 152:253, 64. Effect of 

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Arch Int Pharmacodyn 155:7, "65. The time course 
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Clin Chem 8:370, Aug 62. Determination of 

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Fed Proc 20:282, Mar 61. Nonspecific car- 

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Fed Proc 21:209, Mar-Apr 62. Liver estrogen 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 4:8, Apr 63. Carcino- 
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Progr Exp Tumor Res 3:412, 62. Carcinogen- 

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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 5:8, 64. Tumors In 

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Proc Am Chem Soc Mtg 29C, Sep 64. Obser-' 

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Pub Health Rep 78:1039, 63. Solid state 

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structure in microvillus of mouse convoluted 
oroximal tubule cell. 
Am J Path 45:757, 64. Cardiac necrosis and calcification 

in pynprimpnlal mannp«;iiim Hpfiripnru 
Bull New York Acad Med 41:804, 65. Degeneration and 

rpDpnpratinn of thp nanrrpa*;. 
Fed Proc 22:316, 63. Urethane treatment of mouse 

pmhrvonir sninat r.nrH. 
Fed Proc 22:603, 63. Electron microscopy of "amino 

islet" cplls in the rat nancrpas. 
Fed Proc 22:604, 63. Rat pancreatic islet cells in normal 

and ethioninp-iniectpd animals. 
Fed Proc 23:442, 64. Comparative morphology of 

nancrpatir islpts. 
Lab Invest 14.-409, 65. Electron microscopy of cytoplasmic 

inclusions within macronhaops of human tissiips. 
Electron Microscopic Anatomy. Academic Press, New York, 

Ch. 1. n. 59. M. Thp nanr.rpac 
Intracellular Membranous Structure, Jap Soc Cell Biol, 
Okayama, p. 227, 65. Cytoplasmic membranes during cell 
secretion, deoeneration and regeneration. 
CY-3302 CY Goldner. M.G. .Jewish Chronic Disease HosD.. N.Y. C. 

i'C-3306 Rad Moraan. R.H. . Thp .Inhns Hnnkint; llniu. . Raltimm-P . Mri^ 

CA-03309 PATH BROWN, DAVID V., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. Dye 
inriticpH npnnlasia 
Arch Path 72:251, Sep 61. Irradiation and trypan 

hliip trparmpnt in thp rat 

Blood 18:543, Nov 61. Trypan blue-induced 

pnpmia with P.nnmhs' rp«:r. 

Lab Invest 12:1221, 63. Subcutaneous neoplasms induced 
hv trvnan hliip. 
CA-03310 CY HUENNEKENS, FRANK M., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Washington Folic 

acid copn7vmps and nnp-rarhnn mptaholism 
J Biol Chem 238, (No 12):4005, Dec 63. 
Isomeric forms of dihvdrofolate. 
CA-03312 NTN POLLARD, H.M., U. Michigan, Ann Arbor 

Ahcncnhinn HpfpH-*; frtllnu/inn nacl-rprfnmv 

CA-03315 CY KENZY, SAM G., Col. Vet. Med., State Col. 

Washington, Pullman Experimental cancer 

chemotheraov in the chicken 
Avian Dis 6:238, May 62. Effect of mycosta- 
tin nn candidiasis in chickens. 
CA-03321 VR SCHWARTZ, STEVEN 0., The Hektoen Inst. Med. 

Res., Chicago, III. Further etiologic 
studies in leukemia 
Acta Haematol 26 J60, 61. Leukemia. XVI. 
Comparative leukemogenic activity of organ 
extracts of leul<emic Swiss mice. 
Blood 21:717, Jun 63. Immunologically specific 
antinpn<: in Ipiikpmir ri<;siiPQ 

JAMA 186:106, 63. Leukemia cluster in Niles, Illinois: 
Immunologic data. 
CA-03323 GEN HAAS, FELIX L., Grad. Sch., U. Texas 

M.D. Anderson Hosp. Tumor Inst., Houston, 
Tpxas Cplliilar siihstancps rpoiiired 

fftc InHiirrinn nf miifafinn 

Biochim Biophys Acta 61:963, 62. Quantita- 
tive studies on the expression of a transformed 
character in Bacillus subtilis. I 

J Cell Comp Physiol 58:145, SuppI, Dec 61. I 

Niinlpin arid fnrmatinn and mnfatinn. 

Miifatinn Plan! Rrppdinn 14'>. (\\ Miirafinn in- 

J Bact 86, (No 1):73, Jul 63. Electrokinetics 
and cell physiology . I . Experimental basis for 
electrokinetic cell studies. 

J Bact 86, (No 1):79, Jul 63. Electrokinetics 
and cell physiology. II. Relationship of sur- 
face charge to onset of bacterial competence ^ 
for aenetic transformation . 

Proc Nat Acad Sci 50, (No 6):1109, Dec 63. 
Analysis of ultraviolet light-induced mutagene- , 
sis bv DNA transformation in Bacillus subtilis. 


Repair from Genetic Radiation Damaoe and 
Differential Radiosensitlvity in Germ Cells . 
Peraamon Press. London, d, 125. 63. 
Ullraviolet-light-induced mutation as an event 
in the Dhvsiologv of the bacterial cell . 
Biochem Biophys Res Commun 15:70, 64. Acriflavine modi- 
fication of nucleic add formation, mutation induction and 
survival in ultraviolet lioht exoosed hartpria. 
Celliilflr Radiation Rinlngy, Williams and Wilklns Co, 
Baltimore, Md, p. 120, 65. Ultraviolet light effects on 
deoxvriboniirlpic ar.iH renlir.atinn. 
A-03324 RAD WARD, CALVIN L., Grad. Sch., Duke Univ., 

Durham, N.C. Genetic sensitivity of 

oameloaenesis to radiation 
J Am Chem Soc 83:4618, 61. Ozonolysis of 
nnlvrvrllr arnmatir.t; . VIM. Benzn(a)Dvr«ne. 
K/IC ti/IORICONI, EfVIIL J., Grad. Sch., Fordham Univ.', 

N.Y.C. Chemistry of polycyclic aromatic 
J Am Chem Soc 84:3928, 62. Absorption spectra 

nf h:ilnnpn-^iih<;titiitpH hpn7nnhpnnnp<; 

J Org Chem 27:2772, 62. Polycyclic aromatic 












J Org Chem 27:3618, 62. Ozonolysis of poly- 

rvrlir arnmatir.';. IX. r)thpn7fa . ilanthrarpnp. 
J Org Chem 28:1831, 63. Ozonolysis of poly- 
cyclic aromatics. X. 7,12-Dimethylbenz[a] 
J Am Chem Soc 86:38, 64. Heteropolar ozoni- 

zation of aza-aromatics and their N-oxides. 
J Org Chem 28:2526, 63 . Ozonolysis of poly- 
cvclic aromatics. XI . 3-Methvlcholanthrene. 
LOKEN, MERLE K., Univ. Minnesota Hospitals, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Radiation effects 
Incorooratinn of radloisotooes 
Cancer Res 22:1046, 62. the uptake of P32 
by liver phosphatides of Ehrlich ascites tumof- 
bearina mice. 
Radial Res 17:903, 62. Effects of x-lrradla"tio'n 
on phospholipid metabolism. I. Investigation 
of P32 uotake Into individual liver and soleer 
nhosnhatldps nf normal and ijradiatpri mirp. 
WILDE, C.E., Jr., Sch. Dent., U. Pennsylvania, ' 
Phila. Cellular differentiation of the 
vprtphratp hpad 
Develop Biol 7:578, 63. Cellular differenti- 
ation in the Anamniota. I. Initial studies on 
the aerobic metabolic oathv^avs of differenti- 
ation and morphogenesis In teleosts and 
Biological Interactions in Nomial and Neoplastic 
Growth, Little, Bfown Co, Boston, Ch 15:199, 
62 The role of cellular exudates in cell and 
ti<;*;i)P Hiffpppntiatinn 
FARBER, SIDNEY, Children's Cancer Res. Fdii., 
Boston, Mass Chemotherapy of cancer, 

includina leukemia (Proaram Grant) 
Am J CI in Nutr 9 :63 , Jan-Feb 61 . Sphingo- 
Tivpltn ^vnthpsi*; in Niemann-Pick disease. 
Diabetes 10:12, Jan-Feb 61. Spontaneous 

diahptp'; mpllitus in Chinese hamster. 
Diabetes 10:19, Jan-Feb 61. Maintenance 

nf a Ht;ihptir h^^m^tpr rnlnnv 

JAMA 177:235, Jul 61. Studies on meian- 


Quarterly Rev Pediat, v. 16, p. 14, Jan 61 
Cancer Res, v. 21, p. 57, Jan 61 
J Neurochem, v.7,d.69, 61 

J Neurochemistry 7:69, 61. Cerebral defect 
in Tay-Sachs disease and Niemann-Pick 
New York J Med 61:1837, Jun 61. Clinical 

iKP of hnnp mairnw tran^fii';inn';. 

Path Biol 9:533, 61 . Chromosomes of the 
Chinpsp hamster: maiianant transformations. 
Pathologle-Biologie, v. 9, p. 533, 61 
Science, v. 133,0.3464, May 61 
NY State J Med, v. 61, p. 1837, June 61 
Proc Nat Acad Sci, v. 47, p. 1165, Aug 61 
Diabetes, v. 10, p. 12, 19, Jan 61 
Cancer Chemother Reols , v .13. D. 159, July 61 

Science 133:1600, May 61. Maintenance of 

in ^itii riirnmncnmal fpaturps^ in ti<;<;)jp cultures. 

LAPSEN, WILLIAM E., Univ. Kansas Med. 
Or., Kansas City, Kansas Cooperative 
«;ttidv in cancer chemotheraov 
Blood 21:1, Jan 63. Comparison of 6-mercapto- 
purine and busulfan in chronic granulocytic 
Cancer Chemother Rep 27, Mar 63. Preliminary 
clinical experience with trimethylocolchicinic 
acid methyl ester d-tartrate. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 28, Apr 63. Clinical use 
of eooxvorooidine (eoonate) in muitiole mveloma 
Blood 24:830, Dec 64. Immune globulin assay in chronic 

Ivmnhnruhr Ipiilfpfnia. 

Blood 25:961, Jun 65. Ultrastructural studies of the May- 

Hpoolin annmalv. 
PATH MORI CHAVEZ, PABLO, Univ. Nacional Mayor Je 

San Marcos, Lima, Peru. The effect of 

hioh altitude on neoolastic arowth 
PATH BENSON, WALTER R., Sch. of Med., Univ. of 

North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. The effect 

of ethionine on teeth, arowth and oroteins 


trfU Pa^h 7^.4nd Mav, A? Intran,*iilar himnr 

CA-03341- PATH MOON, HENRY D., Sch. Med., Univ. California, 

San Francisco, Cal. Hormonal effects 
nn cpIIs in tissue culture 
Arch Biochem 95:93, Oct 61. Sheep pitul- 

tarv ICSH. 
Blochim Biophys Acta 54:351, 61. Effect of 

sndiiim-liouid ammonia treatment on ACTH. 
Endocrinology 68:698, Apr 61. Melanocyte- 

<;Mmiilatina hnrmnnp. 
Endocrinology 70:31, Jan 62. Somatotropin 

anH rpll nrnwth 

Gen Comp Endocr 1:37, Apr 61. Principal 
aHrpnai ctppniH^ 

Gen Comp Endocr 1:161, 61. Structure of beta 

-mplannrvtp-<;timulatina hormone. 
Gen Comp Endocr 1:375, Oct 61. Effect rabbit 

antkpnim to «;hppn ICSH , 
J Am Chem Soc 83:3521, 61. Adrenocortlco- 

tropin. XXIII. Aggregation slate of ACTH in 

acidic and basic solutions. 
J Am Chem Soc 83:4449, 61. Synthesis of 

hiniooiraliv active nnnadecaoeotides. 
J Immun 89:422, Sep 62. Inhibition of homo- 

Innniic rpl I Iv^K 

Lab Invest 10:1209, Nov-Dec 61. Speci- 

flritv nf ti<:<:MP riiltiirp rplU 
Lab Invest 11:199, Mar 62. Localization of 

antihndy ti(:«;up niltiirp rplU. 

Lab Invest 11:1260, Dec 62. Splenic homoge- 
natps and hnmnlnoniis cpIU. 

Lab Invest 12:1260, 62 . Effect of splenic 
homogenates on homologous cells in vitro. 

Nature 191:192, Jul 61. Immunological study 
nf a human nltiiitarv ICSH. 

Nature 192:260, Oct 61. Complement-fixing 
antibodies to human growth hormone and sheep 
Fed Proc 23, (No 2), Mar-Apr 64. Effect of in- 
sulin and hvHrnrnrti<;nnp nn rpll<: in uitrn. 
Fed Proc 24, (No 2):304, Mar-Apr 65. Transfer of Immune 
cytolysis by ribosomes to non-sensltlzed lymphoid cells 
and appearance of inhibition of ribosomal activity. 
J Immun 93:910, Dec 64. The specificity of the cytolytic 

pffprt nf cpncitiTpH IvmnhniH rpllc in uitrn 

CA-03345 CY HU, FUNAN, Henry Ford Hosp., Detroit, 

Mich. Tissue culture studies of human 

Arch Derm 83:723, 61. Studies on albinism: 
The demonstration of dopa-positive melano- 
cytes in albino skin . 

Exp Cell Res 25:454, 61 . Studies of ACTH- 
induced melanocyte formation: Effect of col- 

Fed Proc 21:223, 61 . Tyrosinase and melano- 
aenesis in aoldfish. 

Henry Fori Hosp Med Bull 10:63, 62. Obser- 
vations on the ultrastructure of human skin. 

J Invest Derm 37:409, 61 . Human skin window: 
A cytologic method for the studying of allergic 

Ann NY Acad Sci 100, (No 2j:708, 63. 
Studies on ACTH-induced melanocyte formation 
in cultures of goldfish caudal fin. 

ASB Bull 10:31, 63. Electronmicropscopy Of 
human skin. 

J Invest Derm 42, (No 1):67, Jan 64 . The 
ultrastructure of pigmented melanoma cells in 
continuous culture. _ 

Proc Ann Mtg TCA, Boston, May 63 . The 
isolation and the cytology of a pigmented 
melanoma cell line. 

Proc Ann Mtg TCA, Boston, T/Tay 63 . Studies 
on the hormone-induced differentiation of 
melanoblasts into melanoctves in exolants from 
xanthic aoldfish tailfin . 

Cinemicrography in Cell Biology , Academic 
Press, New Yorl<, p. 339, 63. Hormonal 
influence on aoldfish oiament cells i n vitro. 

Cancer Res 24, (No 9):1634, Uct 64. Iheiio- 
lation and cytology of two pigment cell strains 
from B16 mouse melanomas. 
CA-03348 END DUGGER, G.S., Sch. Med., U. North Carolina, 

Chapel Hill Study of pituitary stalk 
section in mammarv canrpr _ 

I J Neurosurg 19:589, 62. The effect of pituitarV 
stalk section on thyroid funtlion and gonado- 
tropic hormone excretion in women with mam- 
marv carcinoma _ 

J S Carolina Med Assn 57:505, 61. Breast 
cancer — Its treatment after suraerv. 

N Carolina Med J 23:10, 62. Endocrine treat- 
ment of breast cancer. 
CA-03349 CY KOCSIS, JAMES J., Jefferson Med. Col., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Studies on C-14 and 
m-lahp|pd aniitiimnr driias 

Pharmacologist 3:72, 61. Taurine levels in 
hpart tissue of various soecies. 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 106:659, 61. EP ' 
nf r.olrhirinp on taiirinp excretion. 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 61 . Activation of 
tppmnrinp hv livpr 
Pioc Soc Exn Biol Med . v. 107 . 61 

* See Errata, p. 756, for additional entries 



CA-0335? RAD KAPLAN, HENRY S., Sch. Med., SUnferd Univ., 

Palo Alto, Cal. Biological aspects of 

carcinoaenesis bv radiation 

Blood 18:166, Aug 61 . Possibility of cure 
nf ma! ionant Ivmnnoifl tumors. 
Cancer Res . V. 21 .0.981 , Sent 61_ 

J Nat Cancer Inst, Monoor M:Z07, M. The role 

of radiation on experimental leukemogenesls. 

Nature 203:420, 64. Potentiation ot virus leu- 
l^aemogenesis in C57BL mice by x-irradiation 
or iirethane. 
Cancer Res 24:1926, 64. Significance o7 thymus and marrow 

initirv in nrethan leiilfemnapne*;!*;. _^.__ 

Fed Proc 24:684, 65. Histogenesis and alkaline phosphatase 
activity (AP) of radiation-and virus-induced lymphomas of 
C57BL mice. ___ 

CA-03353 RAD KALLMAN, ROBERT F.,Sch."rai37,^tanfbrd 

Univ. Palo Alto, Cal. Experimental 

radiotheraov — Cellular resoonses in vivo 

Nature 197:557, Feb 63. Recovery from radiation 

iniiirv A nrnnn^pH mprhanlcm 

Radiat Res 16:796, 62. Dose rate and acute 

radiation death. 

Nature 197:557, 63 . Recovery from radiation 

iniurv; A oroDosed mecha nism . 

- ■' AnhHYAcad Sci 114:173, Mar 84. Some obSer-l " 
vations and an hypothesis concerning the early ' 

stages of radiation recover y. 

RadiatRes22, (Nb4):622,"AurM. fittljptrS- ' 

tion from lethal injury by whole-body irradiation. 
I. Kinetic aspects and the relationship with con- 

ditionino dose in C57BL mjce. 

Jap J Genet 40,(Suppl):207, 65. Recuperation in mammalian ' 

r^{\ cuqtpmc aQ fpwpatpH hu rarliatinn rincp frartinnatlnn 

Cellular Radiation Biology, Williams and WMkins Co, Baltr- 
more, Md, p. 411, 65. Mathematical models of the re- 
roverv of mammalian cplls from rariiaiion iniiirv. with 

resDPr.t to nfianops in rarfio-spn<;itivitv^ 

CA-03356- SRC WILDE, RALPH C, Sch. Med., Univ. Pittsburgh, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Cooperative study of 

androgens in breast carcino ma 

Cancer 18, (No 5), May 65. Antitumor efficacy of norandro- 
lone phenpropionate compared witfi testosterone propionate 

in advanced breast cancer. 

CA-03357 SRC BRENNAN, MICHAEL J., Henry Ford Hosp., 

Detroit, Mich. Cooperative study of 
breast cancer hormone ther apy _ 

Biological Interactions in Normal and Neoplastic 
fireathl/ Little, Brown Co, Boston, 62. 
Oitanlitativp studips nn arnwth nf snnntanpnus 


Cancer 16 (No 4):440, Apr"63'. ComparisoiTor 
2,17-dimethyl testosterone and fluoxymester- 

one. _ 

Cancer 17, (No 8):1063, Aug 64. Comparison of 
nrpHnisolonp witii fliioyvmpstprnne and methvj- 
prednisolone in treatment of metastatic breast 

r.anrpr. ___^^ 

J Parasit 50, (No 5) :698, Oct 64. Four new cRii- 

aers from Argentina (Acarina: Trombiculidae). 
tBeiiiotheraDv of Cancer, blsevier Pub t:o.,"" 
I Amsterdam, p. 118, 64. Critical analysis of 
594 cancer oatients treated with 5-fluorouracil. 
Cancer Chemother Rep Ab-21 , May 65. Medroxyprogesterone 
acetate in the management of metastatic endometrial 
carcinoma. _ _ 

Fed Proc Vol 24, Mar 65. Electron spin resonance spectra 

nf normal and npnnlactir mnii<:p ti<;^iip^, 

J Reticuloendothelial Soc 1:450, Dec 64. Leucocytic 
trophism for inflammation and autochthonous and homologous 

tumor cells. _^ 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 6:41, 65. Clinical pharmacology 

of cvtosine arabinoside. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 6:64, 65. Delayed prophylaxis In 
thp nrpv/pnhnn of pvoprimpntal mptai^ta^p^. 
CA-03358- SRC CARTER, ANNE C, Col. Med., State Univ. 

New York, Brooklyn, N.Y. Cooperative 
<;ttidv of breast cancer hormone theraov 
Am J Clin Nutr 10:355, 62. "Variability of " 

levels of serum trialvceridMin healthv women. 
Arthritis Rheum 5:108, 62. Serum lipids and 
lipoproteins in patients with gout without vas- 
riilar Hi<;pa^p. 

Cancer 15:1073, Sep-Oct 62. 16a-Estradlol 

Hinronionatp in hi-pact ranrf^r _ 

J Biol Chem 237:3083, Oct 62.' Dlheme peptide 

of r.hrnmaHiim RHP _ 

J Clin Endocr 22:535, May 62." Effect of com- 
mon rinia<; on iirinarv pv r.rptio n of annaHotmnin>c. 

J Clin Endocr 22:1002, 62. Correlation of the 
red blood cell uptake of l-131-l-trliodothyro- 
nine and thvroxine-bindina alobulin capacity in^ 
man . 

New Eng J Med 265:1088, Nov 61. Cushlng's 

cvnHromp fiiip *o aHrpnor nrHral hvnpmlagia 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 1111552, 62. The~ ' 
adipokinetic effect of intravenous Cortisol In 
human subjects . 

Clin Res 11:217, 63. Thyroid function and 
circulatina Holds and pr oteins. _ 

J Lab Clin Med 62:437, 63. Physioloolc 
factors influencing circulating triglyceride con- 
centration in women: Aae. weight gain and 
ovarian function. 

Metabolism 12:1132, 63. Reduction of 
serum triglycerides in patients treated with ' 

sodium D-thvroxine. 

Proc Endocr Soc, Jun 63 . Androgens and 
circulating lipids: Influence of structure and | 

route of administration. | 

Steroids 1:664, 63. In vivometabolism of 
D-homotestosterone. I 

Am J Cardiol 13:632, 64. Abnormalities ot cir- 
culating lipids, an appraisal of current methods 1 
ot studv. 

Am J Clin Nutr 14:249, 64. Abnormal fatty acid j 

specificity ot lipoprotein lipids in untreated 

and r.ontrollpd hvnprlinpmi a. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 41:1, 64. Results ot 

studies of The Cooperative Breast Cancer 

Hroiin. IQftl-A'^ 
Circulation 29:508, 64. Hypertriglyceridemia in 

JAMA 188:1069, 64. Testosterone propionate 

thpranv in hrpa«;t ranrpr, 
Proc Regional Mtg, Am Coil Physicians, New 

York, Jan 64. Divergent etfects of ethylchloro- 

nhenoxvisobutvrate and androsterone in adult 

:^nH iin/pnilp hynprlinpmia 

Nicotinic Acid , C C Thomas, Springfield, III, 
p. k!U8, 64. Nicotinic acid in the management 
oi frank rii^ordpr*: ot linid mptahoii-^m. 
Arch Intirn Med 116:523, 65. Divergent effects in the treatment 

of hynprlinprmia. 
Circulation 301,(Suppl 3):9, 64. The glucose-fatty acid 

rvr.lp in hyoprniyrpi'iHpmia. 

Clin Resi 13:536, 65. Correlation of micelFar distribution of 
di- and tria|yr.pridp<; with ah<;nrntion hy^ntp^tinal ^lirpQ. 
CA-03359 SRC VOLK, HERBERT, Albert Einstein Col. Med., 

New York, N.Y. Cooperative study of breast 

cancer hormone theraov 

Cancer 15:726, Jul-Aug 62. Hormonal therapy . 
in advanced breast cancer. II. Effect of oral I 

llb-hydroxv-17a-methvlt£Stosterone compare^ 
with fluoxymesterone on clinical course and its 
effect on metabolism of nitrogen and selected 
Cancer Chemother Rep 21:113/ Aug 62. The 
effect of 5-fluorouracil in human cancer in 
millioore diffusion chambers in vivo. 
Bull Un Int Cancr 2, (No 3), Jul 64. The teach- 
ing of cancerology to medical students in the 
United States. 
Am .1 ^iirn 109''i36. 65. Pnpumatin drill for ti*:<;iip hion^v. 
Am J Surg 110:514, 65. The use of muscle flaps in { 

head and neck suraerv. 
Ann Surg 161:553, 65. Rhabdomyosarcoma of the buttock 

nroducina hynoalyr.pmia. _ , 

Arr.h ^urn 90-167. ^5. Rptnrn of kidnpv fijnction. | 

Cancer 17:1073, 64. Hormonal therapy in advanced breast I 

cancer. III. Effect of 6p-dibromomethylene testosterone ' 

orooionate comoareri with that of 2n-methyl dihydrotpstostprond ' 
propionate on clinical course and metabolism of selected i 

<;pnim plprtrnlutp^. 

Cancer, Sep 65. Current status of surgical treatment of i 

hrpa<;t [ 

Cancer 18:651, 65. Antitumor efficacy orhorandrolone 
phenpropionate compared with testosterone propionate j 

in advanced breast cancer. _ ^ 

Clin Orthop 41:125, 65. Scapulectomy in the treatment of' 
orimarv malianant tumors. 

J Thorac Cardiov Surg 49J73, 65. Primary lymphoma of the 

J Thorac Cardiov Surg 49:881, 65. A simple operation for 

thp trpatmpnt nf trarhpopQonhanpat fistula diip to ranrpr J 

Symposium on Therapeutic Uses of Anabolic Stei-oids, 

Fvoprnta MpH PHn. Npw Yni-k flrad MpH. ,lan f\^. 

Tumor Registry Report 1954-1963, Albert Einstein Coll Med,' 

Ypshiya llniupr-^ity . Alio f\^. 

CA-03360 SRC HAYES, MARK A., Sch. Med., Yale Univ., 

New Haven, Conn. Cooperative study 
nf breast cancer hormone theraov _ 

Cancer 16:1042, Aug 63 . Hormonal therapy of 
metastatic female breast carcinoma. III. 
Androst-4-en-3-one-2 aloha, 17 beta- 
dihydroxy dipropionate and androst-4-en-3- 
one-16 aloha, 17 beta-dihydroxy dioropionate. 

Cancer Chemother Rep (No 29), May 63. Vin- 
blastine sulfate (VLB) therapy of women with 
advanced breast cancer. 

J Nat Cancer Insl 30:933, May 63. Causes' of 
death among long-term survivors from breast 
cancer in Connecticut. 

Surgery 53:285, Feb 63. Hormones and 
breast cancer; Historical oersoectives . 

Acta Un Int Cancr 20:432, 64. The effect of 
hormone alterations on the course of metasta- 
tic breast cancer. 

Cancer 17:779, 64. Hormonal therapy ot metasta- 
tic female breast carcinoma. IV. 17 Beta- 
am tno-5 alnh3-androstanj-l]_hpta-ol. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 41:7, 64. Vincristine 
thprany ot wnmpn with adyanrpd hrpa<;t ranrpr. 

JAMA 187:858, 64. Intrapleuralmechioretha-' ' 

mine hydrochloride therapy tor malignant 
nleural etfusion. 


Surg Gynec Obstet 119:785, 64. Survival of 
women with hormonallv treated breast cancer. 
Cancer 16:1589, 63. Prognostic factors in cancer of the fe- 

malp hrpast. I. An invp';tia3finn of snmp Intprrphfinn^. 

Cancer 18:447, 65. Hormonal therapy of metastatic female" 
breast carcinoma. V. Phenol, 4,4'-(DL-l,2-diethylethyl- 
ene)di- and androst-4-en-3-one. 9-chloro-ll beta-17 
beta- riihvHrovv-17-fnpthvl-. 
Cancer Chemother Rep (No 44), Feb 65. Hormonal therapy 
of women for metastatic breast carcinoma. VI. 17-Beta- 
, (N«;r. -670681. 

tYP-3362 SRC Soencer, H. , Montenore Hosd. . N.Y.C. 
PY-33ft3 CY Samuels. L.T. , Univ. Utah, Salt Lake CItv. Utah 

CA-03364- SRC SEGALOFF, ALBERT, Alton Ochsner Med. Fdn., 

New Orleans, La. Cooperative study of 
breast cancer hnrmnnp rfipranv 
Cancer 15:633, 62. Hormonal therapy In can- 
cer of the breast. XIX, Effect of oral adminis- 
tration of Al-testololactone on clinical course 
and hnrmnnfli pxrrptlnn. 
Cancer 15:636, 62. Hormonal therapy in 
cancer of the breast. XX. Effect of testolo- 
iactone or testosterone orooionate on clinical 
course and hormonal excretion . 
Cancer 15:987, 62. Hormonal therapy In 
cancer of the breast. XXI. Effect of 2<»-methyl- 
Sa-dihvdro-testoiolactone on clinical course 
and hnrmnnal pxrrptlnn. 
Cancer Chemother Rep (No 16), Feb 62. Anti- 
tumor activity of endocrine agents in tumors in 
Cancer Chemother Rep (No 16), p. 585, 62. 
Summary - 2nd conference, experimental clin- 
ical cancer chemotheraov. 
JAMA 181:174, Jul 62. Diuretic therapy for 

malianant effusion. 
Cancer 16:1113, 63. Hormonal therapy In 
cancer of the breast . XXII . Effect of 17o- 
melhyl-5B-dihydrotestosterone on clinical 
course and hormonal excrptinn . 
Cancer 17:1248, 64. Hormonal therapy In cancer 
of the breast. XXIII. Effect of 7o-methyl-19- 
nortestosterone acetate (7a-methyl-estr-4-en- 
3-one, 17S-ol acetate) or testosterone pro- 
pionate on clinical course and hormonal ex- 
Cancer Chemother Rep 41:12J, 64. Progress 
report: Results of studies of The Cooperative 
Breast Cancer Group 1961-1963. 
Acta Clin Beig 18:469, 63. Le traltementliormonal du cancer 
du sein en phase avancee. Methodes d'Aude: Comparalson 
du la A-'-testololactone avec le propionate de testosterone. 
Acta Endocr 46:285, 64. Parathyroid hormone and phosphate' 

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Cancer 14:989, Sep-Oct 61 

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the rat oarathvroid in oraan culture. 

Cancer 17, (No 6):769, Jun 64. Stromal luteoma 
of the ovary. 

Cancer 17:1067, 64. Glucose-6-phosphate dehy~- 
drogenase activity in hyperplastic and neoplas- 
tic lesions of the human breast. 

J Clin Endocr 24:616, 64. Gluco2e-6-phosohate 
dehydrogenase activity in the human fetal and 
oreoubertal testis- A histochemical studv. 

J Ultrastfucf Kes li: 33; b4. The cytology of the 
dermal papilla, the bulb, and the root sheaths 
of the mouse hair. 

3 UTtfastruct Res 11:52, 64. The cytology ot the 
cuticle of the cortex, the cortex, and the me- 
dulla of the mouse hair. 

Lab Invest 13:743, 64. The use of S35-labele"d 
sulfate in studies on human normal and neoplas- 
tic cartilaae tissues. 

Lab Invest 14:310, 65. Histochemical and elec- 
tron microscopic studies of eosinophilic granu- 
lar cells (oncocytes) in tumors of the parotid 


Obstet Gynec 24, (No 1):106, Jul 64. Sarcoma- 
like pseudopregnancy changes in uterine 
leiomyomas. Report of a case resulting from 
orolonoed norethindrone theraov. 

Obstet Gynec 24:667, 64. Oxidative enzyme ac- 
tivitv in normal and nathoiociic human ovaries. 

The Fprgerm is. AcagefnTc Hress7Tre"w"Ybrk, Lh. ■ 
15, p. 303, 64. Ultrastructural evidence re- 
lated to the mechanism of keratin synthesis. 

Mainr Prnhlpmi in MpurnendncrinQinav ■ S. 
Karger, Basel, p. 379, 64. Histochemical ob- 
servations on carbohydrate metabolism in the 
adrenal cortex of the rat with special reference 
to stress and sodium deoletion. 

yroid. Wiiliams and Wilkins Co., 
Baltimore, Md., Ch. 11, p. 183, 64. Thyroid 

altpratinnQ Hup tn ifrq^'IatiAn 

Am J Obstet Gynec 92:958, 65. A comparative histochemicar 

study of the ovarian stromal lipid band, stromal theca cell, 

and normal ovarian follicular aoparatus. 
Cancer 19:552, 66. Observations on cortical nodules in 

human adrenal glands: Their relationshio to neoolasia. 
Clin Obstet Gynec 9:116, 66. The development of malignancy 

In endometriosis. 



Develop Med Child Neural 8:37, bi. Mental subnormality 

in Hunter-Hurler syndrome (gargoylism): A suggested 

biochemical cause. 
Endocrinology 77:87/ 65. Some effects of protein deficiency 

on the rat thvroid. 
Endocrinology 77:725/ 65. The control of parathyroid 

Endocrinology 77:1043, 65. Effects of long term sodium de- 
privation of the adrenal cortices of rats: A histochemlcal 

Endocrinology 78:220, 66. Observations on phosphorylase 

artivirv riistrihiition in the adrenal cortext Effect of ACTH. 
J Histochem Cytochem 13:454, 65. Locallration of skeletal 

muscle phosphorylase using a fluorescent antibody technique 

and its correlation with histochemlcal observations. 
J Histochem Cytochem 13:547, 65. Inactlvation and 

reactivation of liver phosphorylase In vitro: Effect 

of glucose-1-phosphate. 
J Histochem Cytochem 13:553, 65. The effect of nutrltlonat 

state on phosphorylase activity in the liver: A histochemlcal 

Lab Invest 14:1939, 65. Studies on the early stages of 

thyroidal iodide concentration and binding in the adult 

rat thyroid. 
Lab Invest 15:312, 66. Observations on amylophosphorylase 

activitv and native qivcooen in islet cells. 
Neurology 16, (No 45:309, 66. Oxidative enzymes In spinal 

mota neurons In Werdnlg-Hoffmann disease. A comparison 

with the axonal reaction. 
Obstet Gynec 25:747/ 65. Structural variations In the adult 

ovarv - clinical slantficance. 
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, J B Lipplncott' 

Co, Philadelphia, Pa, Ch 19/ 65. Role of the notochord 

in human intervertebral disk. 1. Fetus and infant. 
r-34Pft Rad Moos. W.S. . Univ. Illinois. Chicaao. 111. 

CA-03431 CB MUHLBOCK, OTTO, Netherlands Cancer Inst., 

Amsterdam, Netherlands Hormonal genesis 
nf m-mmarv canrer 
Acta EndocrCSuppI 67) p. 70, 62. Luteotrophlc 

hni-mnnp cprrptinn in thp m;)|p rat 

Acta Endocr 41:321, 62. Experimental studies 
on the effect of ergocornine methanesulphonate 
nn the lutpnthrooic function of the rat oituitarv 

Acta Endocr 42:225, 63. Studies on the mech- 
anism of decidualization. 1. The oestrogen surg 
nf DspiiHoDreanancv and oroqraviditv and its role 
In thp nrnrpq*; nf Hpridiiali7ation. 

Acta Endocr 43:246, 63. Experimental studies 
on the regulation of corpus luteum function cas- 
tratpri male rats bearino a transplanted ovarv. 

Acta Physiol Pharmacol Neerl 11:273, 62. In- 
hibition of prolactin secretion by ergocornine 
mpthanpsulohonate in the rat and in the mouse. 

Acta Un Int Cancer 18:194, 62. The induction 
of uterine tumours in mice treated with testos- 

Acta Un Int Cancer 18:197, 62. On the his- 
tology and the fine structure of uterine tumours 
induced bv testosterone in mice. 

Acta Un Int Cancer 18:270, 62. Mammary 
tiimniir induction bv oituitarv isoorafts in mice. 

Acta Un Int Cancer 18:275, 62. Experimental" 
tumours in the anterior lobe of the pituitary; 
induntion . aenesis. 

Cancer Res 22:713, 62. Further Investlgatfons 
on induction of mammary cancer in mice by iso- 
araft*; nf hvDnohvseal tissue. 

Czechoslovak Med Soc J p. 44, 62. Hormonal 


Excerpta Med (No 51), p. 109, 62. Estrogens 

in thp npnpci« nf mammary ranrpr 

Gen Comp Endocr 2:601, 62. Prolactin and the 

inHiirtinn nf mammarv tumors in mice. 
Helv Med Acta 29:437, 62. Ergebnisse exper- 

impntpllpr untersuchunaen. 
Jaarb Kankeronderz Kankerbestr 11:71, 61. 

Verdere onderzoekingen over de inductie van 

mammatumoren bii de muis door hvooohvse- 

Jaarb Kankeronderz Kankerbestr 11:79, 61. 

Uterustumoren in muizen opgewekt doortestos- 

tprnn . 
J Chromatogr 7:39, 62. Zone electrophoresis 

nf rnirip nitiiitarv pxtrart. 
J Reprod Fertil 2:369,61. Termination of early 

(pre-nidation) pregnancy in the mouse by single 

inipntion nf eroocornine methanesulohonate. 
Nature 196:287, 61. Total mammectomy in 

fpmalp mice and rats. 
Proc 8th Int Cancer Cong, Moscow, p. 9, 62. 

Co-operation between laboratory and clinic in 

cancer research. 
Proc 8th Int Cancer Cong p. 178, 62. Tumorl- 

apnp<;is nf oituitarv isoorafts in mice. 
Sympos Cancer Nijmegen p. 47, 62. De relatle 

tussen hormonen en tumoren. in: Enkele aspec- 

tpn van dp canceroloaie. 
Blolooical Interactions in No rmal and Neoplastic 

Growth , Churchill Pub Co, London, p. 255, 

6?. r.arcinoaenesis in relation to the function 

nf pnHnrrinp rran«nlanf<;. 





The Morpholo gical Precursors of Cancer, Unlv 
Perugia Press, Perugia, p. 9, 62. Hormones 
as inducers of the moroholooical precursors of 
ranrpr . 

Acta Endocr 44:355, 63. Experimental studies 
on the effects of ovariectomy and hypophy- 
spntomie on blastocyst imolantation in the rat. 

Acta Endocr 46:483, 64. Quantitative studies on 
the effect of the suckling stimulus on blasto- 
ru«;t imnlanraHon in fhp rat. 

Acta Endocr 46:571, 64. Aspects of the regula- 
tion of corpus luteum function in androgen- 
<;tprili7pH fpmalp rat^. 

Acta Physiol Pharmacol Neerl 12:162, 63. Stud- 
ies on a sub-cellular fraction from bovine pit- 
iitfarip*:: A. Uolatinn anri iripnfifir.atinn nf 
growth hormone and prolactin. B. Speculation 
on the mechanism of growth hormone and pro- 
lactin release. 

Acta Physiol Pharmacol Neerl 12:187, 63. Ef- 
fects of ovariectomy and hypophysectomie on 
blastonvst imnlanfafion in fhp rat. 

Acta Physiol Pharmacol Neerl 12:325, 63. Cor- 
pus luteum function in female rats bearing iso- 
transnlanfpri nifuifarv rissiip: nrpliminarv 

Acta Un Int Cancr 19:704, 63. Tumour formation 
nf nifiiifarv i^nnraff"; in mirp- 

Acta Un Int Cancr 19:825, 63. La collaboration 
du laboratoire et de la clinique dans I'^tude 
du cancer. 

Indian J Cancer 1:10, 64. The significance of 
hnrmnnp<: in fhp npnp«;i? nf ranrpK. 

J AppI Physiol 18:1035, 63. Exposure chamber 

for animals at chanoed atmosoheric conditions. 
Jaarb Kankeronderz Nederl 12:45, 62. De sam- 

enwerl<ing tussen l<liniel< en laboratorium in 

hpf I<anl<prnnripr7np|<- 
Nederl T Geneesk 107:1593, 63. Enkele bijdra- 

gen van de experimentele pathologie tot de 

onr.nloaischp beorio^uormina. 
Neoplasma 10:337, 63. Hormones in the genesis 

nf ranrpr. 
Proc 6th Int Congr Gerontology, Copenhagen, 

Aug 63. Longevity and senile pathology in 

(r.S7 y nBA) F? mirp. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 115:433, 64. The mam- 
mary tumor agent in completely mammectomized 

Proc UICC Cancer Cont, Sep 63. Cellular 

rnnfrni mprhani^m anri ranrpr. 

Thesis, Unlv Amsterdam, 64. Experimentele 
onderzoekingen over het eerste stadium van de 
zwangerschap bij de rat. 
Prof Khanolkar Felicitation yolume , Parel 
Ibombay), Indian Cancer Kes Ctr, Bombay, 
n. 91 . fi^. Thp ';innifiranrp nf finrmonps in 
fhp npnpQi*; nf ranrpr. 
CB Seroeant. T.P. . Trinitv Univ. . San Antonio. Tex. 

PATH MOORE, G.E., Health Research, Buffalo, N.Y. 
Assays of tumor cells in the peripheral blood 
of humans 
SRC ESCHER, GEORGE C, Sloan-Kettering 

Inst., New York, N.Y. Cooperative study 

nf hrpa<:f ranrpr finrmnnp ffipranv 

Acta Un Int Cancr 16, (No 5), 63. Advanced breast 

carcinoma-factors influencino survival. 
Am J Roentgen 93, (No 3):600, Mar 66. The effect of 
radiation therapy on the survival time of women with 
recurrent mammarv carcinoma. 
Cancer 17, (No 81:1073, Aug 64. Hormonal therapy in 
advanced breast cancer . 111. Effect of 6^-dibromomethylene 
testosterone propionate compared with that of Za-methyl 
dlhydrotestosterone propionate on clinical course and 
metabolism of selected serum electrolvtes. 
Clin Chim Acta 10:39, 64. Serum liooptotelns and human 

neoplastic disease. 
Clin Obstet Gynec 9, (No 1):195, Mar 66. Role of non- 
hormonal chemotherapy in mammarv carcinoma. 
J Clin Endocr 24, (No 12):1235, Dec 64. Hypercalcemia in 
mammary carcinoma following the administration of a 
nrnnp<;faf innal anpnf. 
Proc 5th Nat Cancer Conf p. 205, 64. Hormone therapy in 

breast cancer. 
BBC SINSHEIMER, R. L., California Inst, of Tech- 
nology, Pasadena, Cal. Biophysical and 
biochemical studies of nucleic_acid 
J Mol Biol 4:142, 62. Infection with bacterio- 
phage phiX174. I. Evidence for a "rcpli- 
r.ative form" . 
END MEITES, J., Col. Vet. Med., Mich. State U., 
East Lansing Effects of hormones and 
nijfripnfs nn skin fumnr'; in mirp 
.1 Am Vpt MpH Aisn . u.l38 .n.l32 . Fph 61 
Am J Physiol 204:268, 63. Effects of hormone administration 

nn milk nrnrliirfinn nf iinHprfpH rafc 

Am J Physiol 205:213, 63. In vitro inhibition of pituitary 

nrnlarfin <;unfhp<;it; anH rplpacp h\i iiunnfhalamir pvfrart 

Cancer Res 24:1433, 64. Influence of hormones on tumor 
growth and plasma prolactin levels in rats bearing a 
nifiiifarv "mammntronir" tumor. 


Cancer Res 24:1723, (A. In vivo and In vitro prolactin 
secretion by transplanted rat "mammotropic" pituitary 

Endocrinology 74:408, 64. Stimulation of pituitary growth 

Nature 198:1209, 63. Failure of oxytocin to stimulate 
flip ninpnn rrnn nlanH. 

Proc 1st Int Conor Hormonal Steroids, Vol. 2, 65. In vivo 

and in ultrn pffprf^ nf <tprniH<; nn nihiifarv nrniartin <:prfpHnn. 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 112:12, 63. Effect of estrogen ad- 
ministration in vivo on prolactin release by rat pituitary In 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 115:604, 64. Inhibition of mammary 

sprrptlnn In rat* hu InrnntaTJft 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 116:531, 64. Mammary tumor In- 
duction by estrogen or anterior pituitary hormones In 
nv«rlprtnml7pH rat* nlupn 7. l?-HlmpHiul-l ^-hpnTantroft^n* 
CA-03449 HEO FORAKER, ALVAN G., Baptist Memorial Hosp., 

Jacksonville, Florida. Aging in ovarian 

stromm A hlstochemicai annrnach 
Am J Obstet Gynec 82:138, Jul 61. Effect 

nf 4-amlnnntprnv/lnlutamlr arlH 

Am J Obstet Gynec 84:1028, Oct 62. Amylo- 

nhn^nhnrviaw and oxidative enzvmes . 
Arch Path 71:408, Apr 61. Elastic laminae 

anW n^■ntlnf^ eiihctanrp nf at+prlncnlpmHn anifaQ 

Fertll Sterll 12:425, Sep-Oct 61. Ovarian 


Obstet Gynec 19:64, Jan 62. Oxidative and 

nlvrnnpn-flvnthpcl7lnn pnrvmpq In irtprlnp tiih^. 

CA-0.^58 CB JONi:S, OLIVER P., Sch. Med,, State Univ. N.Y., 

Buffalo, N.Y, Ultrastructure changes 
In nmhfvnnlr and Ipiikpmir rplli 
Anit Rec 142:245, Feb 62. Electron micro* 

trnn» «tiiHlp« nf l/arvnlvvlt tn prvthrnrutp« 

Fifth Int Congr Elect MIcrosc, 62. Nucleolar 

matiiclal In mltnUr pcufhcnhlactc 

J Ultrastruct Res 7:308, 62. Paramltotle gran- 
iiiatlnn and rlhn<;nmp hnHip<; In prvthrohiasts. 

Proc 8th Congr Europ Soc Haematol 429, 61. 

Mnrmal nraniilnnnlpc ic nf fhp mpnal,ap>fnr(,fp 

Proc 5th Int Cong Electron MIcrosc NN-9, 62. 

Perslstance of nucleolar material In mitotic 

Proc 8th Int Cong Hemat p, 681, 62. Electron 

microscope studies of the nuclear membrane In 

mUnMr pi'\jfhfnhla«fo 

Anat Rec 148:296, Feb 64. Decrease In 
pinocytosis accompanying maturation of 
'Proc Is't C'ent'Congr Nat Acad Med, "Mexico Cltyj 
Vol 2, 64. Transfer of ferritin into erythro- 
blasts under embrvonic and oatholoaic condl- 
Proc'^tFtongr Europ Soc Hemat, Lisbon, Portut 
gal, Aug 63. Electron microscope studies of 
orlmitlvp ervthrocvtes 
J Ultrastruct Res 11:577, 64. Areas of attachment 
between deuelonlno blood cells. 
Arch Neurol 14:36, 66. Ultrastructural changes In the 

edematous central nervous svstem. 
J Nat Cancer Inst 35:139, 65. Selective binding sites for 
the transfer of ferritin Into erythroblasts. I. Preliminary 
CA-03461 CB GIESE, ARTHUR C.,Grad. Sch., Stanford Univ., 

Stanford, Cal. Mechanism of action of 
iilrrauinlpt radiafinn nn neil*; 
J Gen Physiol 46:1095, 63. Retardation of 
division of three ciiiates by intermittent and 
nontinunus iiltrauinlpt radiation at different 
fpmnpi-ahirp? . 

Exp Cell Res 32:130, 63. Effect of metabolic 
and other inhibitors on regeneration in Blephar- 
isma iinriiilan<; 

J ExoZool 154, (No 2):239, Nov63. Re- 
generation and division rates of different-sized 
fraompnls nf Rlpnhari^ma 

J Gen Physiol 46, (No 5):1095, May 63. 
Retardation of division of three ciiiates by 
intprmittpnl anH ronMnitniis iitfrauiolpl raHia- 
Hnn*; at Hiffprpnl tpmnpratiirp'; 

J Protozool 10, (No 2):173, 63. Regeneration 
rate of Biepharisma with special reference to 
the effect of tpmoeratijrp 

Photophysioloqy . Academic Press, New York, 
Ch 17, p. 203, 64. Studies on ultraviolet 
radiation action uoon animal cells. 
CA-03463 PC RACKER, EFRAIM, Public HIth. Res. Inst., 

New York, N.Y. Carbohydrate metabolism 
of normal and cancer cells 

Biochemistry 2:512, 63. Separation of oxida- 
tive from ohosphoryiative activity by proteoly- 
<;iq nf olvrprairiphvdp-'^-Dhn^Dhatp dehvdrooen- 

ncp I 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 10:422, 63. 
Requirement for multiple factors for the ATP- 
linkpri rpriiirtinn nf DPN bv succinate. 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 10:435, 63. 
A mitochondrial factor conferring oligomycln 
sensitivity on soluble mitochondrial ATPase. 

Bull Res Counc Israel 11A:302, 63. Effect of 
insulin, dinitrophenol, and sodium azide on 
olvrnopn svnthpsis and olucose utilization In 
skplptal miisrip. 

Intracellular Respiration; Phosohorvl; 
Non-Phosphorylatlnn Oxidation Re; 

Ppraamnn Prp";"! . n»fnrH n 303 

J Biol Chem 237:3841, 62. Formation and 
Isolation of a glycolaldehyde-phosphoketolase 
Intprmpriiafp . 

J Biol Chem 238:2831, Aug 63. Partial resolution 
of the enzymes catalyzing oxidative phosphory- 
lation. 111. A new couoling factor reouired by 

submitochondrial particles extracted with 

niincnhaf iHpc 
Proc Nat Acad Scl U S 48:1659, 62. Studies 

nf farfnrs invniupri in nxiHaflup nhnsnhnrvlatinn. 
Proc Sympos Control Mechanisms Resp Ferment, 

Ronald Press, Inc, NY, p. 265, 63. Control of 

rarp-iimltlnn farrnrs nf nlvrnlw<;is in himnr rptU 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 14:75, 63, A 
reconstituted system of oxidative phosphoryla- 

Blochim Biophys Acta 72, (No 1):1G, 63. 
Metabolism of deoxyrlbosc-5-phosphate in 
mammalian tl<!<iiips 

Fed Proc 22:1088, 63. Multiple coupling 
far^rnr^ In nvlHarlvp nhnsnhnrvtaUnn 

Fed Proc 23:431, 64. Correlation of structure 
and function of submitochondrial units in oxi- 
finUytp nhn<;nhnrvlatinn 

FefProc 23'533T64. Inhibition of soluble 

mltnrhnnHrial ATPacp hv inHino 

The Energy-linked Function of Mitochondria . 
Academic Press, New York, p. 87, 64. The 
enerav-ilnked reduction of ubiouinone in heef- 
hparl mltnrhnnHrla 

phorylatlnn and 
" cactions . 
' hi A 

reconstructed system of oxidative phosphoryla- 
Proc 6th Int Congr Biochem, New York, Jul-Auu 
64. Coupling factors at the three sites of oxi- 
dative ohosohorviation. 
CA-03467 Al ABRAMOFF, P., Grad. Sch., Marquette U., 

Milwaukee Tumor antigens and acgulred 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 119:1112, 65. Complement depen- 

Hpnnp nf human cpfnm fnvl,*!^. fnr molanoi>i.a CQl ..ollr 

CA-03469 Al NUTINI, L.G., Instltutum Olv Thomae, Cin- 

cinnati, Ohio Induced resistance to 

homoloaous cancers In Inbred strains of mice 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 112:315, 63. Influence 
of tumor fractions on Incidence of spontaneous 
mammary tumors in C3H/HeJ mice. 
"Acta UfTThTCSnit 20iIS4T; 64. RfiSlSrahfffTo 
transplanted and spontaneous isologous tumors 
in Inbred strains of mice. 
CA-03470 VR SCOTT, L. VERNON, Sch. Med., Univ. Oklahoma, 

Oklahoma City, Okla, Nutrition and 

nhvcinlnnv nf Rniis carrnma in \/ifrn 

Proc Okla Acad Sci 41:88, 61. Nutritional 

cfriHipc In witm luifh Rniic carrnma wlftic 

Proc Okla Acad Scl 41:101, 61. Serum 
protein and glycoprotein changes in chickens 

nparinn thp Rnnc carrnma 

CA-03473 CY CROSSLEY, MOSES L., Rutgers State Univ., 

New Brunswick, N.J. Chemotherapy of 
tumor In rats with ethvleneimines 
Cancer Res 22:549, Jun 62. Carclnostatic 

arriv/lfu nf Hipfhvlpnpnhnsnhni-amiHpc 

CA-03474 CY ENQUIST, I.F., State U. N.Y., Brooklyn 

Cooperative evaluation of adjuvant agents 

in ranrpr* 
CA-03475- PATH HODES, MARION E., Indiana Univ. Med. Cr., 

Indianapolis, Indiana The structure 
nf niirlpin i^rid^; frnm human rissiips 
Blochim Biopliys Acta 51:612, 62. Purification 

nf Hpnvwrihnnrirlpacp II fcnm ralf cnlppn 

Exp Cell Res 24:429, 61. Action of synthetic 

surfactants on membranes of tumor cells. I. 

Mnmhnlnoiral nh'^prvation . 
Exp Cell Res 24:298, 61. Action of synthetic 

surfactants on membranes of tumor cells. II. 

Tttratinn pxnprimpntc _ 

J Nat Cancer Inst 30:1, 63. Infectivity experi- 
ments with nucleic acids of the Shope rabbit 

naniltnma anH fipr\\iF'<i rarrinnmac 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3:329, 62. Effects 
of nucleic acid containing preparations from 
Shnop oaDillnma ^nri V-rarrinnmas in rahhits. 

Clin Res 12:286, 64. Characterizing an enzy- 

mir diopst nf niirlpir arid 
Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 5:11, 64. A cyto- 
oathic effect by Shope papilloma virus in a 
cell line derived from normal cotloiitnil rabhil 
skin pnithpliiim 
Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 5:27, 64. A com- 
parison of methods for preparation of Shope 
papilloma virus. 
Proc Cent Soc Clin Res 36:39, 63. Digestion 
of calf thymus deoxyribonucleic acid by acid 
deoxvribonuclease (DNase II) from mouse 
J Bact 88, (No 5): 1519, Nov 64. In vitro assay 
fnr Shnnp nanillnma uinis 
Blood 26:8, 65. Some properties of RLP-A factor from sheep 
spleen capable of inhibiting radiation leukemogenesis in 
Cancer Chemother Rep 47:69, 55. Activity of some fatty acid 

analnn^ anainst Fhrlirh acritpc fiimnr 



Clin Res 13:422, 65. Mode of action of RLP. I. DNase II in 

oraanf; of <;iihlpthallv irraHiatpH mirp 
J Nat Cancer Inst 36:375, 66. Shope papilloma virus. II. A 

rnmnari^nn nf <;p\/prp! mpflindc fni- nnrifiratirm ^f ^hD »«iriic 

Oncologia 19:294, 65. Attempts to isolate virus from x-ray 

indiiceri lenkpmiaf; In thp mnii'^p 
Oncologia 20:11, 66. Some studies on oncogenic effects of 
human tumor oreoarations in micp. 
CA-0'!l76 BIO ABR;MS, RICHARD, Montefiore Hosp., Pittsburgh, 

Pa RinqvnthpsK nf ripoxvrihnnurlpntirip*; 
Proc 5th Congr Biochem, Moscow, 63, 61. 
Observations on enzymatic reduction of pyrim- 

iHinp rihnniirlpntiHp'; tn rfpnyurif>nniirlpnMHp<: 

Biochim Biophys Acta 81:612, 64. Substrate- 
related increase in hexokinase activity in kid- 
nev cells cultured Hirprtiv from thp animal 

J Biol Chem 238:2141, 63. Changes in RNA 
metabolism preceding DNA synthesis in mamma- 
lian cells ciiltiirpc; frnm rhp animal 

J Biol Chem 238:3955, 63. Levels of enzyme 
activity and deoxyribonucleic acid synthesis in 
mammalian rplls niilhirp"; frnm thp animal 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 18:409, 65. 
Oeoxycytidylate formation from cytidylate with- 
out givcosidic cleavaae in Lactobacillus leich- 
mannii extracts containing vitamin Bj2 co- 

Fed Proc 24, 65. Cobamide requirement for 
deoxycytidylate synthesis in Lactobacillus 

Proc 6th Int Congr Biochem, p. 52, 64. Deoxy- 
nucleotide synthesis and vitamin B12 i" 
Lactobacillus leichmannli 
CA-03477 MC DYER, ELIZABETH, Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Delaware, Newark, Del. Preparation of 
heterocyclic nitrooen comoounds 

J Med Chem 6:289, 63. Carbamates derived from 


J Org Chem 26:2124, 61. Preparation of 3-(3- 

niiinnlyn al aninp 

J Org Chem 27:982, 62. Carbamates and ureas 

frnm amino- and nxnnvrimidinp*:. 
J Med Chem 6:289, 63. Carbamates derived 

from aminomirinp*;. 
J Med Chem 7:10, 64. Derivatives of purine- 
thiols. Purine thiolcarbonates and related 
TMed Chem 8n957?5: "PyrTrfiTdTiTecar"Batiiales T 
and thiolcarbamates derived from amino- and I 
oxooyrimidines. II. 
CA-03480 CY LEATHEM, JAMES H., Rutgers Univ., New 

Brunswick, N. J. The influence of 

steroids on transolantable tumors 
Proc Pennsylvania Acad Scl 35:99, 61. 

Hnrmnnpc and tiimnr nrnwth 

CA-03481 PATH MIYAJI, TORU, Sch. Med., Osaka Univ., 

Osaka, Japan Hepatoma and cirrhosis 

nf thr liver in .laoan 
J Diagnosis Ther 51, (No 8):1332, 63. 
Association of liver cirrhosis with carcinoma of 
the liver (in Jaoanese) . 
Proc 16th Gen Assembly Japan Med Congr 
3:319, 63 . Carcinoma of the liver among 
Acta Path Jap 54:23, 65. Studies on primary carcinoma of the 
liver of Japanese based on the works carried out at the depart- 
ment of oatholoav of the Osaka University. 
Gann 56:353, 65. Effect of protein and amino acid in diet on 
experimental carcinoma and cirrhosis of the liver induced by 
J Jap Med Assn 54:1137, 65. Primary carcinoma of the liver 
of Jaoanese, oarticularlv on its relation with liupr r.irrhnti^. 
CA-03482 CY COLE, WARREN H., Sch. Med., Univ. Illinois, 

Chicago, III. Reduced resistance to 
ranrpr rati<;pd hv <itrp':i^ 
Arch Surg 85:720, 62. Development of blood- 
borne metastases: Effect of local trauma and 
Arch Surg 86:196, 63. Induction of resistance 

to <;arnnma IRO tnmnr in mice. 
J Am Geriat Soc 11:35, 63. Factors in 

di<;^pmrnafinn nf ranrpr. 
J Surg Res 3:130, 63. Antitumor action of 
several new piperazine derivatives compared 
to certain standard anticancer aaents. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 113:377, 63. De- 
creased resistance to tumor cells after stress, 
followed by increased resistance. 
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Steroid formation of human adrenal tissue in vitro 
Arch Biochem 96:321, 62. Acceleration by 
noradrenaline of hydroxylation of steroids by 
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Arch Biochem 96:327, 62. Action of noradren 
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Arch Intern Med 109-35, 62. Primary aldo- 

Fed Proc 20:180, 61. Activators and inhibi- 

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CA-03649 PC. KAMEN.M'.Cr., BrandeisU.,Waltham,Ma5S. 

Hydrogen transfer In photosynthetic 

harfffi-la . . CA-03656 CB 

Biochemistry 1:144, 62. Oxidation-reduction 
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Biochemistry 1:1141, 62. Respiratory system of 
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Blochim Biophys AcU 56:252, 62. Denatur- 

atlnn nf RhadosDlrillum haem orotein. 
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J Biol Chem 236:2783, Oct 61. Relative 

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nrntAinc nf nhnfncunthpUr Hcciipc 

Haematin Enzymes. Pergamon Press, 419, 61. 

H;i(>mnDrotein of oumle ohotosvnthetic bacteria 
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Molecular interaction with enzymatic 
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Michael Is constants and maximal velocity 

kinetic studies of enzvmic reactions. 
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electric oraan cholinesterase. 
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tion on bovine ervthrocvte cholinesterase. 
Proc 2nd Int Cong Radial Res, Harrogate, 62. 

The effect of X-irradiation on the properties of CA-IQ658 BIO 

some hvdrolvtic enzvmes. 
Virginia Acad Sci 12:189, Sep 61. Reaction 

of hydrolytic enzymes with organophosphorus 

Virginia Acad Sci 12:190, Sep 61. Fatty 

acid activation and choline ester synthesis in 

brain tissue. 
Virginia Acad Sci 12:191, Sep 61. Problems 

in pnzvmp *;oprifirrtv. 
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Handbook SuppI 15, Springer, Verlag, Heidel- 

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Biol., Shrewsbury, Mass. Ovarian 
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androst-4-en-3,17-dione into testololactone 

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Excerpta Med 51:158, 62. Effect of gonado- 
tropin on the secretory product of the perfused 
bovine ovarv. 

Endocrinology 71:752, 62. Studies of the 
isolated perfused ovary: Methods and examples 
of aoolrcation. 

Biochim Biophys AcU 69:198, 63. The coii- CA-03664 SRC 

version of 17o-hydroxyprogesterone into preon- 
4-en-3o.l7a-diol-20-one and other sub- 
stances by perfusions through bovine adrenals CA-03677 CY 
and ovaries. 

Proc Endocrine Soc Mtg, Jun 62. The conve'r- CA-03679 VR 

slon of acetate-1-CW into progesterone-Cl4 
and other substances bv bovine ovarian oer- 

Fed Proc 23, (No 2), Mar-Apr 64. Transforma- 
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Philadelphia, Pa. Cytologic studies of 
role nf viruses in carcinnapnesis 
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Acta Cytol, Dec 62. Chemically Induced traiis- 
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Cancer Res, Dec 62. Host responses to a trans- 
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Cancer Res, Dec 62. Mechanism of an ascites 
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Endocrinology 71:752, Nov 62. Studies of the 

i^nlatpH nprfiicpH nuarv 

J Org Chem 28:136, 62. Halogenatlon of estrone 

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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3:361, 62. Variation 

of host response accompanying different growth 

patterns of a transolantable ascitic tumor. 
Proc 8th Int Cancer Cong Moscow, Jul 62. 

Oestrogens as co-factors in chemically induced 

cervical carcinoma of mouse. 
Proc 54th Ann Mtg Am Assn Cancer Res, Toronto, 

May 63. Significant cellular patterns during 

"tr3n<:fnrfn3tinn" nf ficciip ritlfMrp mil tinpc 

and during development of Induced neoplastic 
nrnrpq*: in animal hn«» 

■■AetaTrn"TnrCaricf"207"(Nb 6'-7r:14I97 647"Ror- 
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Am J Bot 51:915, 64. Cell development during 

early embrvoaenesis in Caosella and Gossvoiuni j 
Brookhaven Sympos Biol (No 16):179, 63. Cell 

develooment durina olant embrvoaenesis. 
J Cell Biol 23:669, 64. Observations on the 
fusion of olant nuclei. 
Am J Bot 52:238, 65. The ultrastructure and histochemistry 

of the syneraids of cotton. 
Am J Bot 52:781, 65. The ultrastructure and histochemistry I 

of the eoQ and central cell of cotton 
Exp Cell Res 33:523, 64. The effect of kinetin on thenuci 

acid content of root tins 
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meristematic cells of svnaosis. 
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JONES, M.E., Brandeis U., Waltham, Mass. 
Carbamvl enzvmes and differentiation 

Arch Biochem 95:499, Dec 61. Citrulline 

<:vnthpcic in rat ficcupc 

Blochim Biophys Acta 65:360, 62. Repressloij 
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Fed Proc 20, Mar 61. Characteristics of 
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J Blol Chem 238, Sep 63. Carbamyl and 
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Meth Enzymol 5:903, 62. Carbamyl phosphate'^ 
svothpsiq and ntilizatinn. ! 

Nature 195:709, 62. Aspartic transcarbamy- 
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oroduct inhibition. 

Proc 5th Int Congr Biochem, Moscow, 61. 
Synthesis of the trimethyl ester of N-caiboxy- 
N-acetvl-L-alutamic acid. 

Arch BlocfiennO/, (No 3):544, Sep 64. The 
carbamyl phosphate content of rabbit blood 

BiothemiStry 3:1238, 64. Decomposrtion of 
carbamvlohosohate In aaueous solu tions . 

PhySiol Mlantarum 17:363, 64. I he effecfof 
actlnomycin D on lettuce seedlings and Its 
differential uotake by roots and shoots. 
Rochester, Minn. Hormonal therapy of 
metastatic breast cancer 
DeBAKEY, M,E., Baylor U., Houston, Tex. 
Adinvant chemntheraov in cancer qiiraerv 
DMOCHOWSKI, LEON, Sch. Med., Baylor Univ., I. 
Houston, Texas In vivo and in vitro ' 

studies on the Bittner virus 

Acta Un Int Cancer 19:275, 63. Studies on 
the behavior of the Bittner virus in mice of 
some aooarently virus-free strains. 

Proc 17th Ann Sympos Fundamental Cancer ReS; 
Viruses, Nucleic Acids, and Cancer, Univ of I 
Texas, o. f>. Feb f>3. Studies on the struc- 
ture of the mammary tumor-Inducing virus 
(Bittner) and of leukemia virus fGrossl. 

Progr Exp Tumor Res 3:35, 63. The electron 
microscopic view of virus-host relationship in 
neoDlasia. I 

Texas Rep Blol Med 21:113, Summer 63. The | 

<:pai'rh fnr human fiimnc wirii^pc ' 

Atti Accad Anat Chir, Perugia, Italy 54:752, 
63. Some recent studies on mouse tumor | 
viruses: The Bittner mammary tumor virus and ' 
the oross leukemia virus. 

Atti Simpos Tema: Virus Nelle Leucemie Dei Mi 
miferi p. 149, Rome, Jun 63. Studies on 
leukemia In animals and man. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res, 55th Ann Mtg p. I 
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Rendic 1st Sup Sanil, Rome, Italy 26:757, 
63 Sliirtiffs nn hiini;)n tumor virii<ips 

Texas Rep "Bib! Med 22, (N6"3):609, Fall M. 
Density gradient centrlFugatlon studies of the 
BIttner virus. 

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Tflra s R 6i> Bi6 i Med 23, (Na 1):3, swina W: 

Study of DNA synthesis and antigen formation 
In Dolvoma virus-infected mouse embryo cells 
bv autoradloaraohv and Immunofluorescence. 
COHEN, E^., A. Einstein Med. Cr., Philadelphia 
Prophylactic chemotherapy in gastric cancer 


If CA-03690 

Am J Bot 49:771, 62. Nitrogen, sulfur and 

other factors on zoospore production by Proto- 

siohon botrvoides. 
ASB Bull 9:41, 62. Observations on the fine 

structure of Protosiohon. 
J Alabama Acad Scl 33:201, 62. Effect of a 

Sr replacement for Ca on the growth of two 

aouatic ohvcomvcetes. 
J Protozool 9:132, 62. The effects of alkaline 

earth elements on the avoidance reaction In 

Paramecium multimicronucleatum. 
Endo Cleoa, M.T.. Univ. California. Davis, Cal. 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 110:704, 62. PltuU- 

ary gonadotrophic and growth hormone levels 

in sheeo plasma. 
PHY HEMPLING, HAROLD G., Sch. Med., Cornell 
j Univ., N.Y.C. Permeability of the 

I leu!<ncvte and nenoiastic cell 

I Am J Physiol 204:789, May 63. Sodium 

fluxes in the Ehriich ascites tumor cell. 
Fed Proc 20:139, 61. Potassium fluxes and 

glycine transport in the Ehriich mouse ascites 

tumor ceil: The effect of ovridoxai. 
J Biol Chem 236:2498, 61. The effect of 

glycine transport on potassium fluxes in the 

Ehriich mouse ascites tumor cell. 
J Cell Comp Physiol 60:181, Dec 62. Potassium 

tran^nnrt In Fhrllrh mnii«:p a^rltp^ tiimnr rpll 

Proc 1st Int Congr Blophys, Stockholm, Sweden, 
61. Studies on potassium transport in the 
Ehriich mouse ascites tumor cell. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 79:329, 64. The effect 
of coenzyme Qo on potassium transport in the 
Ehriich ascites-tumor cell. 
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Sodium transport In the Ehriich mouse ascites 
tumor cell. 
J Cell Comp Physiol, Sep 65. The exchange of C14 glucose 

across the membrane of the human erythrocyte. 
J Cell Comp Physiol 65:419, 65. The effect of pyrldoxal on 
potassium fluxes In the Ehriich ascites tumor cell. 
CA-03691 CY GRITTER, R.J., Grad. Sch., Univ. Connecticut 

Storrs The free radical synthesis of 

heterocyclic compounds 
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istry of cyclic ethers. III. Free radical re- 
arranaement reaction. 
Tetrahedron 19:657, 63. The free radical chem- 
istry of cyclic etfiers. IV. The free radical 
rearranaement of ennxidp"!. 
CA-03693- SRC BEAL,J.M., Cornell Univ., N.Y.C. 

Af4linfafi> rhnmMharan\i In ranror «ni'n»i'V 

CA-03694 PATH HOLLAND, ROBERT H., Sch. Me"d., Univ. Texas', 

Dallas, Tex. Arsenic as an environmental 
cause of luna cancer 
Cancer 16:612, May 63. Effect of cigarette 

J Thor Cardlov Surg 42:575, Nov 61. Gas 
chromatography: Simple, rjipid, reliable 
method for blood oas analvsis. 
Biochem Clin, No 4:161, 64. Pulmonary hyaline 
membranp Hispase. 
CA-03695 PATH GOLDHABER, PAUL, Sch. Dent.,' Harvard Univ.', 

Boston, Mass. Further studies of chem- 
Ica' and ohvsical carclnooenesls 
Arch Oral Biol 8:145, 63. UUrastructural alter- 
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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3:323, 62. Carcin- 

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Thp Parathyroids , CO Thomas, Pub, Springfield, 
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Cancer Res 24:254, 64. The effect of para- 
thyroid and other human tumors and tissues on 
bone resorption in tissue culture. 
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doses of x-irradiation of bone resorption and bone formation 
in tissue culture. 
Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 7:25, May 66. Interaction of im- 
planted millipore filters and host tissue as influenced by 
oore size. 
CA-03696 HEM MEYER, LEO M., South Nassau Hosp., Oceanside, 

N.Y. Vitamin B12 combining power of 

cipnim in Hi^pa<;p 

Acta Haemat 27:17, 62. Co60 vitamin Bl2 
hindlno ranaritv nf human Ivmnh. 

Acta Haemat 27:354, 62. Characteristics of 
vitamin Rl 9 hinrfino hv pn/thrnrutps 

Acta Haemat 29:229, 63. Binding capacity of 

cpnim hu rharnnal aH<;nrntinn 

AcU Med Scand 169557, 61. Co60viUmin' 
Bl2 binding capacity of serum In persons with 
hematolooic disorders. 
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hindlno caoacitv nf ieukocvtes. 
Brit J Haemat 9:158, Apr 63. Serum binding of 

ultamln Rl? analnniip^ 
J Nuclear Med 2:200, 61. Effect of boLjlng 
and cyanide Ion on semm binding of Co°0 
vitamin Bt>. 
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Protein metabolism of human gastro- 
intp<;tinal ranrpr*; 

J Clin Invest 41:141, 62. Cell population 

kinptir<: In thp rninn nf thp mniicp 
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In lnte<;tinal poithplial rpii<;. 
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Nature 195:175, 62. Generation time of epi- 
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intestinal tract nf man. 
Gastroenterology 45:721, 63. Cell proliferation kinetics In 
the gastrointestinal tract of man. 11. Cell renewal In 
stomach, ileum, colon, and rectum. 
J Clin Invest 42:767, 63. Cell proliferation kinetics in the 
gastrointestinal tract of man. I. Cell renewal in colon 
and rprtiim. 
CA-03700 GEN KLEIN, GEORGE, Sch. Med., Karolinska Inst., 

Stockholm, Sweden Cytogenetics of 
variaSilltv in cancer cell oooulations 
Acta Un Int Cancer 19:201, 63. Effect of humoral 

isoantihoHip*; nn tumor ornwth 
Immunology 5:195, Jan 62. Unresponsiveness 

inrliirpH hv ovarian hnmnnraft 

J Exp Med 115:527, Mar 62. Cytotoxic action 

nf icnantihnHlpc 

J Immun 90:271, Feb 63. Phenotypic expression 

nf mnncp icnanHnpnc 

J Nat Cancer Inst 28:99, 62. Transplantation 

studies on estrogen-Induced Interstitial -cell 

tumors of testis in mice. 
J Nat Cancer Inst 30:1153, Jun 63. Mechanism of 

Immunological enhancement. 1. Specificity of pnhanrpmpnt 

J Nat Cancer Inst 30:1177, Jun 63. Mechanism of 
immunological enhancement. II. Effect of Iso- 
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J Nat Cancer Inst 30:1205, Jun 63. Mechanism of 
Immunological enhancement. III. Interaction 
between hnmnral IsoantihnHIp*; and Immiinp 

IwmnhnlH rpllc 

Nature 199:614, 63. Differential behaviour of 
mouse lymphoma lines in genetically compatible 
homozvQOUs and Fi mice. 

Transplantation 1:165, Apr 63. Isoantlgens In 

npwhncn mirp 

Mechanism of Immunolonleal Tolerance. Pub 

House Czechoslovak Acad Scl, p. 267, 62. 

Studies nf ornionaed survival of skin homo- 

orafts In adult mine. 
Methodology In Mammalian G^etlcs. Holden-Day 

Inc, San Francisco, p. 407, 63. Genetics 

of somatic cells. 
On the Role of Isoimmune Reactions In Tissue 

TransnlantaUnn^ Tryr-kprl RaMpr Stnrlthnimj 

Acta Un Int Cancr 19:1275, 63. Quantitative 
studies of the sensitivity of various normal and 

npnnlastir mniisp rplls in thp rulntnvir artinn 
nf icnanHhnHipc 

Akad Avh, Stockholm, p. 1, 62. Experimental 
studies on the modification of the homograft 

Akad Avh , Stockholm, p. 1, 62. Studies on In- 

trarplliitar wariatinn in tumnr rpll nnniitattnnc 

Ann NY Acad Scl 99:504, 62. Studies In vitro 
and in vivo of the cytotoxic and enhancing ef- 
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Ann NY Acad Scl 99:680, 62. Modification o? 
the homograft response after pretreatment with 
ovarian grafts. 
Cancer Res 21:365, 61. Immunological depres- 
sion of tumor growth in Fj hybrid/pareptal 
strain svsfpm. 
Cancer Res 23:84, 63. Demonstration of host 
resistance against sarcomas induced by im- 
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J Cell Comp Physiol 60, (SuppI 1):107, 62. 

PhenotvDic exoression of mouse isoantiaens. 
J Exp Med 114:415, 61. Demonstration of mouse 

isoantlgens at the cellular level by the fluores- 
cent antibody techniniip. 
J Immun 91:693, 63. Destruction of immune lym- 

nhniHrplU in transnlantatinn immiinitv 
J Immun 92:8U, 64. The effect of x-rays on the 

antigenicity of donor cells in transplantation 

J Nat Cancer Inst 26:707, 61. Chromosomal 

studies on diethylstilbestrol induced testiculW 

tumnrs in mir.p. 

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J Nat Cancer Inst 27:351, 61. Comparisons be- 
tween survival of grafted skin, ovaries, and 
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harri^rc nf Hiffaronf cfronnth 

J Nat Cancer Inst 27:1069, 61. Studies on the 
mechanism of isoantigenic variant formation 

in mnil'ip himnrQ I Rphawinp nf H-7 anHnone 

D and K: quantitative absorption tests on 

mnilQp ^arrnmac 

J Nat Cancer Inst 27:1095, 61. Studies on the 
mechanism of isoantigenic variant formation In 
hetero7vaoiis mouse tumors. II. Behavior of 
H-2 antigens D and K: cytotoxic tests on 
mouse lymphomas. 

J Nat Cancer Inst 31:347, 63. Relationship be- 
tween host range and isoantigenic properties 

in Hiffprpnt ^nhlinps nf Jhp <;amp carrnma 

J Nat Cancer Inst 32:569, 64. Studies on the 
mechanism of isoantigenic variant formation in 
hptpro7vaous mofisp tumors. III. Betiavinr nf 
H-2 antigens D and K when located in the 

^fans nn<;itinn 

Nature 199:573, 63. Survival of mouse erythro- 

rvi/>^ in histnlnrnmnatihlp rprinipntc 

Nature 201:893, 64. Possible use of H-2 anti- 
gens as positive selective markers in hetero- 

npnpniis rpll nnnirlatinnc 

Nature 201:937, 64. Additive effect of multiple 
weak incompatibilities in transplantation 

Nature 202:357, 64. I soantibody-induced cellu- 
lar resistance to immune haemolysis in vivo 
and in vitro. 

Nature 204:453, 64. In vitro cytotoxic effect of 
lymphoid cells from mice immunized with allo- 
npnpir tissiip. 
Nature 204:661, 64. Demonstration of syngeneic 
nrpfprpnrp in vitrn. 

Science 143:477, 64. Growth inhibition of sar- 
coma and carcinoma cells of homozygous ori- 

Transplant Bull 27:457, 61. Factorial analysis 
of the reactivity of C57B1 females against iso- 
toaniis malp skin orafts. 

Transplant Bull 28:110, 61. Absence of hybrid- 
specific histocompatibility antigens in the 

Transplant Bull 28:134, 61. Unresponsiveness 
of adult female mice to male skin isografts 
after oretreatrnpnt with r.plls and hnmoopnatps 
frnm malps 

Transplantation 2:281, 64. Prolonged survival 
of allogeneic (homologous) normal tissues in 

an^ispnlm-^l'pa^pr^ rprinipnfs 

Transplantation 2:405, 64. Antibody-induced 
depression of the immune response: A study 
of the mechanism in various immunological 

Transplantation 2:613, 64. Transplantation stud- 
ies of strong and weak histocompatibility 
harriers in micp. I. lmmiini7aMon. 

Transplantation 2:620, 64. Transplantation 
studies of strong and weak histocompatibility 
barriers in mire. II. Tnlpranr.p. 

Cellular Control Mechanisms and Cancer, 
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Mechanisms of Immunological Tolerance, Pub 
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aHnlf mirp 

Mechanisms of Immunological Tolerance. Pub 
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of vai-iotis normal anri nponlastir nplls wifh 
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New Perspectives in Biology , Elsevier Pub Co, 
Amsterdam, p. Z61, 64. uenetic aspects of 
MARTIN, D.S., Sch. Med., Univ. Miami, Coral 
Gables, Florida Combination chemotherapy 
J Nat Cancer Inst 29:817, Nov 62. Surgery, 

rhpmnrhpranv host Hpfpnsps and ritmnr siTP 

GUNZ, FREDERICK W., Christchurch Hospital, 
Christchurch, New Zealand Etiology of Ivmohorvtic leukemia 
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and leukaemia: A restosoective survey. 
Cancer 18:145, 65. Leukemia and cancer In the 

same patient. 
Path Microbiol 27:697, 64. Leukaemia in New 
Zealand and Australia. 
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strnmal roles in carcinooenesis 
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J Nat Cancer Inst 26:1445, Jun 61. Epithel- 
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transolants. _ 

CA-03713 SRC TAYLOR, GRANT, Univ. Texas M.D. Anderson 

Hosp. and Tumor Inst., Houston, Texas 
Southwest cancer chemotheraov studv 
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trials with cyclophosphamide In children with 
acute leukemia. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 8:120, 61. Prelusive 

rliniral trial nf rvrlnnhnsnhamiHp. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 12:105, Jun 61. Tox- 

Iritu dafa fnr AR-10n 

Cancer Chemother Rep 12:131, Jun 61. "Sen- 
sitivity spectrum" protocol for evaluating mul- 
tlnle aopnts aaainst solid tumors. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 16:173, 62. Clinical 

rrials with rvrlnnhnsnhamrdp. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 16:157, Feb 62. Com- 
parative evaluation of ACTH and hydrocorti- 
snnp uspd ainne and in seouence with 6-MP. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 16:431, Feb 62. Clin- 
ical screening of new agents in children with 
maiianant disease. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 18:79, 62. Uracil 

mnstarri rheranv in aniitp Ipiikpmia In children. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 23:51, Oct 62. Phase I 
evaluation of 4', 4"-DI-2-imldazolln-2-ylter- 
Dhthalanilide dihvdrochloride (NSC 35843). 
Cancer Chemother Rep 23:55, Oct 62. Cyclo- 
phosphamide (Cytoxan) chemotherapy in chil- 
dren with Ewina's sarcoma. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 25:81, Dec 62. Clinical 
trials with cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan) in chil- 
dren with Wilms' tumor. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 25:97, Dec 62. Actlno- 
mvcin P? theraov for acute leukemia. _ 

Cancer Chemother Rep 28:39, Apr 63. Clinical 
trials with cyclophosphamide in children with 
soft tissue sarcoma. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 28:43, Apr 63. Acti- 

nomvcin P2 in malianancies in children. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 29:103, May 63. A 
phase I evaluation of hydroxyurea in 143 
oatipnts. A ohasp I studv nf hvdroxvurea. 
J Am Med Assn 182(1):30, Oct 62. Clinical 
evaluation of a new agent (cyclophosphamide) 
frtvtoxanl for the trpatmpnt nf rhilrirpn with 
acute leukemia. 
J Lab Clin Med 58:559, 0(:t 61. Evaluation 
nf disease and treatment in chronic leukemia. 
J Pediat 61(5):693, Nov 62. Studies of ACTH, 
hydrocortisone, and 6-mercaptopurine in the 
treatment of children with acute leukemia. 
J Pediat 63:227, Aug 63. L-phenylalanine 
mustard as a treatment for metastatic osteo- 
aenic sarcoma in children. _ 
Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 4:40, Apr 63. Phase 
I evaluation of terephthalamidine (N N"-bis(p- 
trihvflrarp^ N^C. •STI'i'i. 
Am J Dis Child 108:530, Nov 64. Uracil mustard therapy in 

metastatic Wilm's tumor. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 36:73, Mar 64. Cytoxan in less com- 
mon childhood maiianant disease. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40:15, Aug 64. Megaloblastic ery- 

throDoieses induced bv hvdroxvurea (NSC-32065) . 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40:23, Aug 64. Study of serum Bi? and 

folate in oatients treated with hvdroxvurea (NSC-3206P . 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40:37, Aug 64. Pediatric clinical 

trials with hvdroxvurea (NSC-32065). 
Cancer Chemother Rep 41:41, Sep 64. Vincristine (NSC- 

67574) in iincnmmnn maiianant disease in children. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 45:63, 65. L-Phenylalanine mustard 
(NSC-8806) in uncommon maiianant disease in children. 
J Pediat 66:18, 65. The response of acute childhood 

leukemia to an initial and a second course of orednisone. 
New Eng J Med 270:1336, Jun 64. Cyclophosphamide therapy 
in childhood neuroblastoma. 
CA-03715 PC SCHULTZ, JULIUS, Hahnemann Med. Col., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Biochemical studies 
in cancer 
Arc Biochem 96:465, 62. Myeloperoxidase 

nf hInnH Ipiirnn/fp 

Fed Proc 20:384, 61. Microstructure of myelo- 

J Polymer Sci 49:25, 61. Sequence of amino 

arid rpsiHups in nrntpins 

Fed Proc 22, (No 2):587, 63 . Iron (II) myelo- 
neroxidase svstem . Effect of ATP . 

Proc Am Chem Soc Mtg, New York, p. 49-C, 
63. Inactivation of myeloperoxidase by iron 
(II). The role of imidazole. 

Advances Chem 44:1, 64. The nature and origin 
nf the spnim nrntpins. 

Biochemistry 3:1234, 64. Myeloperoxidase of 
the leucocyte of normal human blood. II. Iso- 
lation, soectroohotometrv . anri amino aciri 


Fed Proc 23:224, 64. FE (II) inactivation of 
myeloperoxidase, isolation of peptides not 
found in inactivateri pn7vmp. 


Proc 147th Mtg Am Chem Soc, Denver^ 64. Spec- 
ificity of aspartic acid cleavage by dilute acid. 

i' II ruforhrnmp-r 

Proc 148th Mtg Am Chem Soc, Chicago, p. 38C, 

A4. H*»m*»npntiHp nf mvplnnprnviHa<:p 
Thesis, 64. Implications of tfie structure of 
myeloperoxidase from its inactlvation by 
ferrous Ion. 
Fed Proc Vol 24. 6";. Desasoaraoinvl in<:iilin. 
Proc Am Chem Soc ISOlh Nat Mtg, p. 18c, 65. A second 

peroxidase from human leucocyte mvelooeroxidase. _ 

Proc Am Chem Soc 150th Nat Mtg, p. 18c, 65. The inactlva- 
tion of mvelooeroxidase bv ferric ion and hvdroaen oeroxide^ 
CA-03717 ■ CY BAHNER, CARL T., Carson-Newman Col., 

Jefferson City, Tenn. Synthesis of 
cnmcoLinds for cancer chemotheraov studv 
Acta Un Int Cancr 20:253, 64. Some effects o7 
modifications of the aminosytryl portion of 
4-(4-dlmethvlamlnostvrvl) oulnollne. 
J Med Chem 6:820, 63. ^-d-Carboxyethyll- 

1 .4-oxathianiiim hmmirip. 
.1 Med Chem 7'818. 64. Aminostvrvlouinolines. 
J Med Chem 7:821, 64. 3,6-Bis-p-dimethylamfn?^ 

J Med Chem 8:137, 65. 4-(A1koxystyryl)quino- 


J Med Chem 8:269, 65. Hydroxy-, rtilC*-, atttrrt"64, 
and methoxy-4-(4-dimethylamlnostyryl)quino- 
J Med Chem 8:387, 65. 2H-1,3,2-Oxazaphosphorlne 

J Med Chem 8:390, 65. Benzyl idene derivatives of Indene 

and nvrlnnpntflHipnp. 
J Med Chem 8:397, 65. Styrylquinoline analogs from hetero- 
r.vr.llr. rarhnxalriphuHp*;. 
CA-03719 END HALL, T.C., Harvard U., Boston, Mass. 

In vitro metabolism of steroids by 
human neoolastic tissues 
Cancer Chemother Rep No. 16, 285, Feb 62. 
Androstane derivatives of Interest In therapy of 
breast cancer. 
Endocrinology 70:149, Feb 62. Comparison of 
some biological characteristics of deltal- and 
delta4-3-l<etosterolds of andrnstane series. _ 
Excerpta Med, Int Congr series No. 51, May H. 
Comparative effect of various androstane de- 
rivatives nn pvnrhltal lacrimal nIanH of thp rat. 
Steroids 1:271, Mar 63. Thin-layer chromatog- 

canhv nf ?omp r.nO\-Qtpi'filHc 

CA-03720 CB MERCHANT, DONALD J., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Characteriza- 
tion of animal cells In vitro 
Bact Proc 141, 62. Homologous cellular fractions 

on generation time of L-M mouse cells. 
Bact Proc 141, 62. Protection of animal cells 

with methvlcellulose. 
Bact Proc p. 135, 63. Mixed agglutination using' 
multiple Indicators for detection of cross contam- 
ination of animal cell strains. 
PhD Thesis, Unlv Mich, 63. Glucose utilization 
by a mammalian cell population during the 
plateau phase of the growth cycle. 
Exp Cell Res 37:132, 65. Tfie plateau phase oP 
growth of the L-M strain mouse cell In a pro- 
tein-free medium. I. catterns of oroteln and 
nnclplc add evnthpti* and tiirnnu^r. 
Exp Cell Res 37:140, 6rTtie plateau phase o7" 
growth of the L-M strain mouse cell In a pro- ' 
tein-free medium. II. Prolongation of the olateau 
ohase bv siinnlemenjal g liicns e. 
Exp Cell Res 37:147, "65. TfiTFateauUiasrof 
growth of the L-M strain mouse cell In a pro- 
tein-free medium. III. The effect of added glu- 
cose on protein and nucleic acid synthesis an<f 
on carbolivdrate utilization. 
J Nat Cancer Inst, Nov 66. Chromosomes of L-M mouse 

cells and variants. 
J Nat Cane Inst 36:1151, 66. Characterization of the H-2 

antiaens of L-M mouse cells arown in culture. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 118:1031, 65. Alkaline phsophatase 

artivitv nf I -M mniKP rplk and uarianr";. 
Proc Tissue Culture Assn 16th Ann Mtg, Miami Beach, f^'la, 

h^. 'inwp <;tiiHip« nn H-? anlinpn<; nf mniKiP rplk in riiltiir* 

CA-03724 PATH OLSON, K.B., Albany Med. Col., Albany, N.Y. 

Hptpcninonil*; fran<;nlant nf human rnmnrQ 

JAMA 179:63, Jan 62. Heterologous trans- 

nlantarinn nf human fiimnr? 

CA-03725 PHYS WEBSTER, G.C., Grad. Sch., Ohio SUte Univ., 

Columbus Nucleic acid syntheses in normal 

and abnormal nuclei 
Develop Biol 5:452, Dec 62. Effects of nucleo- 
tide*; nn npiiriilatinn. 
CA-03726 Al GOLDSTEIN, GERALD, Sch. Med. Univ. 

Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. 
Immunnlnav nf tumnr-hnst relatinnshios 
J Exp Med 114:89, Jul 61. Non-specific 

fliinrp<:rpnt =;tainino 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 111:416, 62. Studies 
on fluorescent antibody staining. II. Inhibition 
bv sub-optimallv coniuoated antibody globulins. 
J Immun 95:225, 65. Fluorescent antibody staining. 111. 
Preoaration of fluoresceinisolhiocvanate-lahelpd antihoHip*^ 

J Immun 95:230, 65. Chromatographic purification of 
tetremethylrhodamine immune globulin^ conjugates and 
their use in the cellular localization of rabbit v-alobulin 
oolvoeotide chains. 
J NucI Med 7:464, 66. FactMS influencing dextran-gel 
filtration nf senim and I 131 lahplpH L-thvrnxInp. 
6A-03T28 HEM BECK, WILLIAM S., Mass. Gen. Tibsp., Boston, 

Mass. The metabolism of normal and 
Ipiiltpmir. leukncvles 
Biochlm Blophys Acta 55:455, 62. The metab- 
olic functions of vitamin Bl2. I. Distinctive 
modes of unbalanced arowth behavior in Lacto- 
bacillus Iplrhmannli. 
Biochlm Blophys Acta 55:470, 62. The metab- 
olic functions of vitamin Bl2. II. Participa- 
tion of vitamin Bl ? in the biosynthesis of 
deoxyribonucleic acid and Its acid-soluble 
orecursors . 
J Biol Chem 238:702, 63. Purification, 
kinetics, and repression control of bacterial 
trans-N-rtpoxvrihn^vlasp . 
New Eng J Med 266:708, 62. Medical prog- 
ress: The metabolic funclionj of vitamin B19. 
Fed Proc 23:532, 64. Factors controlling the" 
enzymatic conversion of ribonucleotides to 
Medicine 43:195, 64. Metabolic abnormalities 
associated with unbalanced growth In 
Lactobacillus lelchmannll. 
Fed Proc 24;421, 65, Absolute vitamin Bi2 re- 

ouirement of ribonucleotide reductase. 
J Biol Chem 240:3631, 65. Release of repressor 
control of ribonucleotide reductase by thymine 
Medicine 43:715, 64. The metabolic basis of 

meaaloblastic ervthroooiesis. 
Proc Nat Acad Scl 54:286, 65. Reouiremeiit o? 
ribonucleotide reductase for cobamide coenzyme, 
a oroduct of ribosomal activity. 
CA-03731 PATH FISHER, EDWIN R., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. Studies 
nf hnmntransolantatinn 
Arch Path 77:548, 64. Role of mast cells In 

homoarafl reaction. 
Arch Surg 89:65, 64. Thyroparathyrold homo- 

transDlantatlon bv vascular anastomosis. 
Surgery 54:784, 63. Effect of pyridoxin* de- 
ficiency on renal homotransplantatlon In pup- 
Transplantation 2:228, 64. Tissue transplanta- 
tion and the reticuloendothelial system. I. 
Effect of skin arafts In normal animals. 
Transplantation 2:235, 64. Tissue transplanta- 
tion and the reticuloendothelial system. II. 
Effect of vitamin B* deficiency on ohaaocvtic 
Lab Invest 14:546, 65. Role of thymus In skin and tumor 

Irantolantation in the rat. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 119:61, 65. Lack of thymic •ffect 

on wound heal inc. 
Transplantation 3:49, 65. Renal homotransplantatlon In 
nf^nnatal thymprtomi7pri niinnip^. 
CA-03732 END SWARTZ, F.J., Sch. Med., U. Louisville, Kentuclty 

Rat liver polyploldlzation and its hormonal 
Anat Rec 141:219, Nov 61. Polyploidy and 

llvpr nrnwth 

Growth 26:167, 62. Chemical and cytologlcal 
a^npp.t^ nf rut llvpr omwth._ 
CA-03735 SRC MOON, JOHNH., Med. Col. Virginia, Richmond," 

Va. Cooperative study In chemotherapy 
of acute leukemia 
Blood 21 (No 6) , Jun 63. Effect of 6-mercap- 
topurine on the furation of steroid-induced 
remission of acute leukemia: A model for 
pvaliiatinn nf nthpr nntpnriallv ii^pful thprany. 
Cancer 17, (No 3) , Mar 64. Comparison of 
cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan) and uracil mus- 
tard (U-8344) in chronic granulocytic leukemia. 
CA-03737 BBC SHULMAN, SIDNEY, Univ. of Buffalo, Sch. of 

Med., Buffalo, N. Y. Biophysical 

studies on certain tissue oroteins 
J Immun 88:221, Feb 62. Organ specificity. 

yil Frartinnatinn nf hnn frnvrnlH pvlrarf 

CA-03740 SRC KELLEY, RITA M., Harvard Univ. Med. Sch., 

Boston, Mass. Cooperative study in 
breast cancer hormone theraov 

CA-03742 SRC TAYLOR, SAMUEL G., Ill, Presbyterlan- 

St. Luke's Hosp., Chicago, 111. Cooperative 
study of breast cancer hormone therapy 
Med Clin N Am 46:641, May 62. Examination 

nf thp hrpa<:t 

Med Clin N Am 47:159, 63. Honnonal treatment 

nf hrpa<:t ranrpr 

Surg Gynec Obstet 115:443, 62. Endocrine 
ablation in disseminated mammarv carcinoma. 

Acta Un Int Cancr 19:1121, 63. Biochemical 
approach to cancer surgery. Endocrine 
ablative suraery. 

J Nuclear Med 4:9, 63. The use of strontium 
85 In the evaluation of bone metastases. Pre- 
liminary reoort. 








Penn Med J 66:46, 63. Role of the Internist In 

Presbyt St Luke Hosp Med Bull 2:81, 63. Dis- 
seminated breast carcinoma. Fome aspects In 
Radiology 83:263, 64. Medical management In 
carcinoma of the breast. 
SRC ROSOFF, C.6., Beth Israel Hosp., Boston, Mass. 
Cooperative study In breast cancer hormone 
RAD MORGAN, R. H., Johns Hopkins U., Baltimore 

A hrnart snpcrriim stiirtv of clinical rartlotheraov 
Brit J Cancer 28:459, 64. Mechanisms of radiation carcino- 

npnp<;i<; ;tr thp rliniral l^upl 

Brit J Radiol, Vol. 38, 65. The use of cinefluorography 
for the radiological examination of the larynx and hypo- 

nharvny in r;)QPC nf ciicnprtpH rarrinnma 

PC SELVERSTONE, B., New England Cr. Hasp., 

Boston Metabolism of ohosoholioids of aliomas 
SRC NEWTON, WILLIAM A., Jr., Children's Hosp., 
Columbus, Ohio Cooperative study of 
the tl.erapv of acute leukemia 
Cancer Chemother Rep 12:39, Jun 61. Cyclo- 
phosphamide (Cytoxan) therapy of childhood 
Cancer Chemother Rep p 443, Feb 62. Urinary 
excretion of 3-methyl-4-hydroxy-mandelic 

acid in children with neuroblastoma. 

Cancer Chemother Rep No 33, Dec 63. Elder- 
field pyrimidine mustard (NSC-23436) in 
acute leukemia in children—A phase I study. 
J Pediat, Mar 66. A syndrome associated with extreme 

hvoeruricemia in children with leukemia. 
MC BROADBENT, H^., Grad. Sch., Brigham Young U., 

Provo, Utah Growth inhibitors and radiation 
J Org Chem 27:2679, 62. A new method of 
oreoaration of 2.2'-biouinoxalines. 
MC PINKUS, A.G., Grad. Sch., Baylor Univ., 

Waco, Tex. Phosphorus containing 
orocnic comoounds 
Chem Indust 302, Feb 62. Reaction of phenyl 

<:;4lirvl;irp anrt nhncnhnni*; npn^arhlnridp . 

J Am Chem Soc 83:3917, 61. Unusual hetero- 
cyclic system involving charge separation and 
hexacovalent ohosohorus. 
SRC TAYLOR, GRANT H., Univ. Texas M. D. Anderson 
Hosp., Houston, Texas Southwest cancer 
rhprnnrtipranv qriiriv 

Cancer Chemother Rep 12:131, 61. A "sensi- 
tivity spectrum" protocol for evaluating multiple 
aaents aoainst solid tumors. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 16:157, 62. Coopera- 
tive evaluation of ACTH and fpydrocortisone 
used alone and in seauence with 6-mercao- 
topurine in the treatment of acute leukemia 
in children - Preliminary report of a cooperative 
study. _ 

Cancer Chemother Rep 16:173, 62. Clinical 
trials with cyclophosphamide in the treatment of 
acute leukemia in children. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 16:431, 62. Clinical 
screening of new agents in children with malig- 
nant disease. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 18:79, 62. Uracil 
mustard theraov in acute leukemia in children. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 21:69, Aug 62. The 
evaluation of new chemotherapeutic agents In 
the treatment of multiole mveloma. I. Plan of 

Cancer Chemother Rep 21:75, Aug 62. The 
evaluation of new chemotherapeutic agents in 
the treatment of multiole mveloma. II. Mitomv- 
rin r (NSr ?f,9Rni. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 21:81, Aug 62. The 
evaluation of new chemotherapeutic agents in 
the treatment of multiole mveloma. III. Ethvl 
N-(Bis(Ethylenimido)phosphoro) carbamate 
(AB-innxNsr ■?7n9f.i. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 21:87, Aug 62. The 
evaluation of new chemotherapeutic agents in 
the treatment of multiole mveloma. IV. L- 
ohenvlalaninp mii<;tarrf fN^IC-RROfil. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 21:101, 62. The eval- 
uation of new chemotherapeutic agents in the 
treatment of multiple mveloma. V. 1-Amino- 
rvrloDpntanp-l-rarboxvlir_ariH (N^C-in?fi). 

Cancer Chemother Rep 21:107, Aug 62. The 
evaluation of new chemotherapeutic agents in 
thp trpafmpnj nf midtiolp mvploma. VI. Mpta 
<;arrnlv;in (N<;r P7-?f!11. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 25:81, Dec 62. Clinical 
trials with cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan) in chil- 
dren with Wilms' tumor. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 28:13, Apr 63. Evalu- 
ation of new chemotherapeutic agents in treat- 
ment of multiole mveloma. VII. M & B 938_. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 28:39, Apr 63. Clinical 
trials with cycloohosphamide in children with 
soft tissue sarcoma. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 28:43, Apr 63. Actlno- 
mvcin P? in m;?liananrip<; in rhilrirpn. 

CYP-3761 CY 

Hydroxyurea (NSC- 

Pediatric clinical 

Phase II studies of 
■ Miscpllanpnns fiimnrs. 
Phase II studies 
Cancer of the 

Cancer Chemother Rep 29:103, May 63. A 
phase I evaluation of hydroxyurea in 143 
patients. A ohase I studv of hvdroxvurea. 

J Am Med Assn 182(1):30, Oct 62. Clinical 
evaluation of a new agent (cyclophosphamide) 
(Cytoxan) for the treatment of children with 
ariirp lpiikpmi;i . 

J Pediat 61(5):693, Nov 62. Studies of ACTH, 
hydrocortisone, and 6-mercaptopurine in the 
treatment of children with acute leukemia. 

J Pediat 63:227, Aug 63. L-phenylalanine 
mustard as a treatment for metastatic osteo- 
genic sarcoma in children. 
Am J Dis Child 108:530, Nov 64. Uracil mustard therapy 

in mpta*;falir Wilm'"; tumnr. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 36:73, Mar 64. Cytoxan in less 

rnmmnn rhilHhonH malionant Hicpacp 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40:1, 64. Preliminary survey of 

InvHrriYviirpa (N^sP.-'^^nA^l sq 3 fpratnnpn 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40:9, Aug 64. Renal abnormalities in 

riiir.pri hv hvHrnxuurpa (N'^r-VflAM. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40:15, Aug 64. Megaloblastic 

ervthroooiesis induced bv hvdroxvurea (NSC-32065). 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40:19, Aug 64. Studies on a meta- 
bolic defect induced bv hvdroxvurea {NSC-32065) 
Cancer ithemotner Kep W:£i, Aug M. btudy of serum 

Bi2 aid folate in patients treated with hydroxyurea 

t;ancer unemotner Kep wui, Aug lA. trythroKinetic 

abnornalities with administration of hydroxyurea 


Oancer uhemother Kep miiSl, Aug Ot. trythema m areas 

of preiious irradiation in patients treated with hydroxyurea 

(NSC -32065). 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40:33, Aug 64. 

32065) . Result of a nhase I studv. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40 J7, Aug 64. 

triak with hvHrnyviirpa (Win-VnAII 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40:39, Aug 64. 

hvdroxvurea (NSC-32065) in adults 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40:43, Aug 64. 

of hydroxyurea (NSC-32065) in adults 

Cancer Chemother Rep 40:45, Aug 64. Phase II studies 

of hydroxyurea (NSC-32065) in adults: Carcinoma of 

the (una. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40:47, Aug 64. Phase II studies of 

hydroxyurea (NSC-32065) in adults: Urologic and 

QvnecoloQic neoolasms. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40:49, Aug 64. Phase II studies 

of hvHrnxviirpa (NSP.-'^^OA'^ in aHiilf*;- I piikpmia. 

Cancer Chemother Rep 40:51, Aug 64. Phase II studies 

of hydroxyurea (NSC-32065) in adults: Multiple 

mvpioma and Ivmnhoma. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 40:53, Aug 64. Phase II studies 

of hydroxyurea (NSC-32065) in adults: Clinical 

Cancer Chemother Rep 40:57, Aug 64. Antileukemic activity 

of hvdroxvurea (NSC-32065) and other urea derivatives. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 4141, Sep 64. Vincristine (NSC-67 

564) in uncommon malionant diseasp in rhilHrpn. 
Cancer Chemother Rep 45:63, 65. L-Phenylalanine mustard 

(NSC-8R0W in iinrnmmnn malinnant Hi<:pa<:p in rhilHrpn 

J Pediat 66:18, 65. The response of acute childhood 

Ipukpmia in an initial and a <:prnnri rniir'^p nf PrpHni^nnp 
New Eng J Med 270:1336, Jun 64. Cyclophosphamide 

thpranu in rhiMhnnH npiirnhla«tnma 

SRC McSWAlN,H.B.,Vanderbilt U., Nashville, Tenn. 

AH!ti\/anf rhpmnthpranv in ranrpr curnprv 

Blades, B.B. , George Washington Univ. , Washington, 
PC EATON, MONROE D., Harvard Med. Sch., Boston, 

Mass. Control of enzyme and virus 
formation in tumor cells 
Acta Un Int Cancer 19:318, 63. Distribution of 

mlvnma \Hral antinpn 

J Immun 89:414, Sep 62. Soluble antigen 

fnrmatinn in inrnmolptp vinj<; reoiication. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 108:766, 61. Action 

nf ammnniiim inn nn parlv viral infpr.finn, 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 109:82, 62. Adenine 

pffprf nn viral rpnliratinn. _ 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 108:766, 62. Action 
of ammonium ion on an early phase of viral 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 112:405, 63. Immuno- 
fliinrp<;rpnrp nf SV4n-infprrpH rpll<: 

Virology 13:300, 61. Inhibitory effect of 
glutamine and ammonia on replication of 
influenza virus in ascites tumor cells. 

Virology 16J14, Mar 62. Polyoma antigen 
in infpr.tpd mir.p. 

Virology 18:102, Sep 62. Inhilition by ammonium 
inn nr arnwth nf inflijpn7a virij<;. 

Arch Virusforsch 14:583, 64. Amino acid In- 
balance and incomolete viral reoiication. 

Exp Cell Res 33:481, 64. Toxic action of cys- 
teine on ascites tumor cells in vitro. 

J Nat Cancer InSt 34, (NO 5):6«1, May 65. Irii- 
munity and antibody formation induced by intra-j 
oeritoneal or subcutaneous injection of l<rebs-Z 
ascites tumor cells treated with influenza 
Bact Proc, p. 77, 65. Relation of catalase to carbohydrate 
metabolism of Mvronlasma nnpumoniap. 


Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 119:998, 65. Lysine Intilbition of 
cell protein and viral synthesis. Reversal by other amino 
I acids. 

ICA-03764 SRC HAINES, CARLETON R., Col. Med., Univ. 

Vermont, Burlington, Vt. Cooperative 
study In breast cancer hormone therapy 
Cancer 17, (No 1), Jan 64. Comparative study of 
6-dehydro-17a-methyl testosterone and tes- 
I tosterone oronionate in human hrpa<;t ranrpr. 

JAMA 188, Jun 64. Testosterone propionate 
theraov In breast cancer. 
' Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 6:48, Mar 65. Comparison of 

testosterone (T.P.) and methotrexate (MTX) In the treat- 
ment of breast cancer. 
[CA-03765 CB RUTTER, W.J., U. Illinois, Urbana 

Chemical studies of regulation in 
animal rells 
Fed Proc 20, Mar 61. Biochemical role of liver 

J Biol Chpm. v.23fi. Mav ftl 

CA-03769 BBC KAPLAN, N.O., Grad. Sch., Brandeis U., Waltham, 

Ma";*; Nnrmal and ahnnrmal Hiffprpntlatinn 

CA-03772 MC STEVENS, CALVIN L., Col. Lib. Arts, Wayne 

State Univ., Detroit, Mich. Therapeu- 
licallv oromisina antibiotics for cancer 
J Am Chem Soc 85:1552, 63. Stereochemistry 
and synthesis of amosamine: 4, 6-dideoxy-4- 
J Med Pharm Chem 5:1124, 62. The synthesis 

of aminosuaar nucleosides. 
J Org Chem 27:2991, 62. The structure of 

J Org Chem 28:1283, 63. The synthesis of DL- 
threo and erythro amicetose 2, 4-dinitrophenyl- 
.1 Am Chem <;oc 85-1552. 63. 
.1 AmChprn Cnr ft5-30Al. 63. 
.1 Am Chem <;oc 86- 3592. 64. 
CA-03774 SRC TRAGGIS, D.G., U. Miami, Florida 

Research in the chemotherapy of 
cancer in children 
CA-03776 CB BOURNE, GOEFREY H., Sch. Med., Emory 

Univ., Atlanta, Ga Studies of l(eratlnlzation 

and pigmentation of skin 

Fundamentals of Keratinlzation . Am Assn Ad- 
vance Sci, Washington, D C, Ch 3, p. 45, 
62. Cultivation of skin, oure eoidermal 
sheets, and tooth oerms in vltrn. 
CA-03777 CY BLADES, B., George Washington U., Wash., D.C. 

Perfusion of Isolated organs with 
carcinolvtic aaents 
CA-03780 CB RIKER, AJ., Grad. Sch., University Wisconsin, 

Madison Normal and pathological metabolism 
In olants 

Am J Botany 48:538, 61. Comparison of mono- 
valent and polyvalent phages of crown gall 
Am J Botany 50:626, 63. An endophytic 

fungus associated with ootato tissue. 
J Cell Comp Physiol 60:173, 62. The problem 
of single cell manipulation as applied to plant 
Phyton 17:125, 61. Growth In vitro of mature 

and Immatiirp rarrnt pmhrvn*; 

Phytopathology 52:1, 61. Variability i; the grow- 
th patterns of single cell clones of normal and 
araoe ohvlloxera oall callus in vitro. 

Plant Physiol 36:347, May 61. Mitochondrial" 

nviriatinn . 

Plant Physiol Sup 36:22, 61. Effects of tempera- 
ture on growth and tuberization in potato plants 
in vitro. 

Plant Physiol Sup 36:28, 61. Growth in vitro of 
sinale cell clones isolated from a sinale cell. 

Plant Physiol Sup 36:29, 61. Ascorbic add oxi- 
dase and tyrosinase acttuitie*;. 

Plant Physiol Sup 36:29, 61. Isolation and grow- 
th in vitro of sinale cell clones. 

Plant Physiol Sup 36:29, 61. Response of normal 
and phylloxera gall grape callus tissues in 
vitro to concentrations of sugar. _ 

Plant Physiol 37:14, 62. Growth in vitro of single 
cell clones of Phylioxera-gali and grape-stem 
tissues with napthaleneacetic acid, I'inositol 
and nuclpir acid*;. 

Plant Physiol 37:23, 62. Influence of 2,4- 
diehiorophenoxyacetic acid on growth and 
enzvmatic activity of normal and crown pall 
ti<;<;iip rtiltiirp<; . 

Plant Physiol 37:53, 62., Tobacco mosaic 
virus in liquid and agar single cell clone 
cultures of tobacco tissue. 

Phytopathology 52:753, 62. Chlorogenic acid" 
concentration and enzymatic oxidation In rela- 
tlnn tn ornwth . wound iniurv and crown-aall 
dpuplnnmpnt . 

Phytopathology 53:782, 63. An inexpensive, 

versatile oxvaen electrode. 
Proc Am Soc Cell Biol, 62. Mitosis and 

cytoplasmic movements in living tobacco 

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Univ, p. 10, 63. Pathology and plant tissue 


PhD Thesis, Unlv Wisconsin, 63. Tuberiza- 
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PhD Thesis, Unlv Wisconsin, 63. Variation 
within single cell clones of plant tissue 
CA-03782 CY CREtCH, OSCAR, Jr., Sch. Med., Tulane Univ., 

New Orleans, La. Chemotherapy by 
Ann Surg 156:417, Sep 62. An appraisal of 

ranrpr rhpmnJhpranu 

Cancer Chemother Rep 16:579, Feb 62. Chemo- 

thpranv nf mplannma nf rhp pvtrpmiMp^ 

Cancer Res 22:87, 62. Chemotherapy of a trans- 

nlantahlp mammarv tiimnr In <:train C3H mirp 
Practioner 190:731, Jun 63. Cancer chemotherapy 

hv nerftislon. 
Rev Surg 19:149, May-Jun 62. Chemotherapy 

Inr ranrpr hu nprfu<;inn 

Acta Un Int Cancr 20:455, Aug 64. Chemotherapy 

of cancer of the extremities by oerfuslon. 
Ann Surg 157:770, May 63. Behavior and treat- 
ment of soft tissue sarcomas. 
DIs Colon Rectum 6:297, Jul-Aug 63. Value of 

oerfuslon in oelvic suraery. 
Hotel Dleu Staff Bull 6:51, Apr 64. Chemo- 
therapeutlc agents and their application In 
treatment of cancer. 
JAMA 188:855, Jun 64. Regional perfusion In 

melanoma of limbs. 
Post Grad Med 35:384, Apr 64. Current status of 

chemotheraov of cancer. 
Proc 5th Nat Cancer Conf, Sep 64. Regional 
perfusion for tumors other than melanoma. 
Am J Roentgen 96, (No 1), Jan 66. Combined radiation and 
regional chemotheraov in the treatment of retinoblastoma. 
Ann NY Acad Sci 115:357, Jul 64. Bleeding problems 
in rpoinnal r.hpmntiipranv. 

Laryngoscope 76:880, May 66. Regional chemotherapy of 

cancer of the head and neck. 
Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 7J7, Apr 66. Nitrogen mustard 

under hvoerbaric oxvaenation. 
Surgery 54:224, Jul 63. Pulmonary lesions produced by 

orolonoed oartial oerfuslon. 
Proceedings of Fifth National Cancer Conference , J B 
Lipplncott Co, Hhiladelpnia, p.bii, 6b. Kegional 
perfusion for tumors other than melanoma. 
CA-03784 CY WOOLLEY, G.W., Sloan-Kettering Inst., N.Y.C. 

Human tumor pxnprimpntal chpmothpranv 

Acta Med Okayama 15(5):295, Oct 61. The 
human tumor in conditioned ouinea olos. 

Antlblot Chemother 11(3):165, Mar 61. Trans- 
plantable human tumors in experimental chemo- 
theraov: Effects of streotoniqrin on H.S.#1 
and H.Ed. #3 In the rat. 

Antlblot Chemother 11(31:184, Mar 61. The 
effects of streptonigrin and other antibiotics on 
a human eoidermoid carcinoma (H. Eo. *3). 
crnwlno In rnnditlnnpd Swiss mirp. 

Cancer Res 21(7):881, Aug 61. Transplant- 
able human tumors in experimental chemo- 
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and H .Fn.*3 In the rat. 

Cancer Res 22(15:1, Jan 62. The effect of 
NSC survey compounds on human tumors in 
embrvonated eaos. 

Cancer Res 22(1):9, Jan 62. A study of human 
epidermoid carcinoma (H. Ep. #3) growing in 
conditioned Swiss mice. III. Chemotheraov 
with selected chemicals and observations on 
diet, food intake, and druo toxicities. 

Cancer Res 22(1):34, Jan 62. Chemotherapy 
of transplantable human tumors in the hamster. 

Cancer Res 22(11:87, Jan 62. Chemotherapy 
of a transplantable mammary tumor in strain 
C3H mice. 

J Nat Cancer Inst 28(21:353, Feb 62. Trans- 
plantable human tumors in experimental chemo- 
therapy: Effects of actinomvcins on H.S.#1 
and H .Fn.*3 in tfip raK 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3(31:188, Mar 61. 
In Vitro effects of chemical agents on respira- 
tion, alvcolysis and arowth potential of a 
tran';nl3ntahlp human rumor. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3(31:273, 61. 
Growth of human tumor H.Ep.#3 in non- ■ 
conditioned Swiss mice. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3(41:326, Mar 62. 
The effect of temperature on tumor arowth. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3(41:367, Mar 62. 
A passible correlation between old age, de- 
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tumor inridpncp in mirp. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 3(41:373, Mar 62. 
Further studies of susceptibility to Friend 

Proc Int Sympos Immun Tumor Field, Torino, 
Italy, Jun 61. Immunological studies in rats 
heterotransolanted with human tumprs. 

Proc Soc Am Assn Cancer Res 3(41:369, Mar 
62. The surgical treatment of carcinogen- 
induced mammarv tumors of the rat. 

Trans NY Acad Sci Ser 2, 24:158, 61. Anti- 
biotics in exoerimental cancer chemotheraov. 






Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 5, (No 1):69, 64. A new trans- 

, ol;intahlp mnii*;p livpr himnr nf "innntanpoii^ nr'min. 

Pfoc Int Congr Hormonal Steroids 2:351, 65. Action of 
hormonal steroids on transplantable human and animal 
CA-03785 PC RILEY, EDWARD E., Dillard Univ., New Orleans, 

Louisiana. Liver catalase 

activity under various conditions 
Experientia 18:33, 62. Effect of ferritin on 

liwpr ra^pja'sp arth/itu 

CA~03787 PATH TANNENBAUM, ALBERT, Michael Reese Hosp., 

Med. Cc, Chicago, III. Factors and 
mp.-.l.anisms In carcinoaenesis 
Cancer Res 22:1105, 62. Neoplastic response 
of various tissues to the administration of 

Cancer Res 22:1362, 62. Multipotential carcino- 
apnicitv nf urpthan in rhp ^nraaitp-DflwJpv rat. 
Cancer Res 24:361, 64. Increased induction of 

sl<in tumors bv oretreatment with croton oil. 
Nat Cancer Inst Monogr 14:341, 64. Contribution 
of urethan studies to the understanding of car- 
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MICRO DOUGHERTY, R.M., Univ. Rochester, N.Y. 
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J Org Chem 27:3545, 62. Preparation and prop- 

pi-tip^ nf A-halnrnpthvlniirinpc 

GEN FINGER, IRVING, Havei-ford Col., Haverford, Pa. 
Immunological studies of gene action in 
Genetics 47:223, Feb 62. Immunogenetic 
analysis of proteins of Paramecium. I. Anti- 
aen soecificitv. 
Genetics 47:241, Feb 62. Immunogenetic 
analysis of proteins of Paramecium. II. Im- 
mnhilization antigens. 
J Molec Biol 6:182, 63. Immunogenetic analy- 
sis of proteins of Paramecium. III. A method 
for determinina relationships among antigenic 
J Molec Biol 6:190, 63. Immunogenetic analy- 
sis of proteins of parmecium. IV. Evidence for 
tlie oresence of hybrid antigens in heterozv- 
Genet Res 5:127, 64. Immunogenetic analysis of proteins 
of Paramecium. V. Detection of specific determinants in 

t:rrainc iarl/inn a <:(irfarp anMnpn 

Genet Res 5:137, 64. Immunogenetic analysis of proteins 
of Paramecium. VI. Additional evidence for the expression 
nf <;pupral Inri in animal*; nf a <;inolp anfinpnir fvnp. 
Genetics 49:485, 64. Cytoplasmic control of gene expression 
in Paramecium. I. Preferential expression of a single 
allele in heter07vaotes. 
CA-0.??96 SRC FRENKEL, EUGENE P., Southwestern Med. 

Sch., Univ. Texas, Dallas, Tex. 
Southwestern cancer chemotherapy study 
Cancer Chemother Rep (No 21), Aug 62. Eval- 
uation of new chemotherapeutic agents in the 
treatment of multiple mveloma. VI. Metasar- 
Cancer Chemother Rep (No 28), p. 13, Apr 63. 
Evaluation of new chemotherapeutic agents in 
treatment of multiple mveloma. 
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CA-03806 BIO HERRANEN, AILENE, Worcester Fdn. Exptl. 

Biology, Shrewsbury, Mass. A bio- 
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Fed Proc 21:424, 62. X-irradiation on amino acid 

incorporation in thymus cell fractions. 
J Biol Chem 236:3020, 61. Status of soluble 
ribonucleic acid in mammalian cells. 
CA-03809 GM RAWSON, RULON W., Sloan-Kettering Inst. 

Cancer Res., New York, N.Y. Clinical 
investioatron of cancer 
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of 3a-hydroxysteroid-mediated transhydrogen- 
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Arch Biochem 101:278, 63. Purification 
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Fed Proc 22:421, 63 . Purification of bovine 

urowth hormone . 
J Biol Chem, Apr 64 . Purification of bovine 

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Biochemistry 1:197, 62. The effect od dodecyl 
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Biochim Biophys Acta 59:708. 62. Inhibition of 
3a -hydroxysteroid -mediated transhvdrogenase 
of rat liver by various quinones and flavonoids. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 89:150, 64. The effects 
of various sulfites and glycerol on the heat in- 
activation of 3a-hvdroxvsteroid dehydrogenase 

nf raf I n/ci- 

Cancer 17:122, 64. The inhibitory effects of 
acetvlated thyrotropin on metastatic thyroid. 

Endocrinology 76:403, 65. Histochemical study 
of 3P- and 17P- hydroxysteroid dehydrogenases 
of human term placenta. 

Gen Comp Endocr 4:314, 64. The effects of 
chemical derivatives of thyroid-stimulating 
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J Biol Chem 239:1515, May 64. Purification of 

bovine growth hormone. 
J NucI Med 5:796, 64. An 18-year stucN of the 
use of beef thyrotropin to increase ll31 uptake 
in metastatic thyroid cancer. 
Steroids 3:85, 64. Dissociation of the dehydro- 
genating and transhydrogenating activities of 
the 3a-hydroxvsteroids dehydrogenase of rat 
livpr hv B-mprrantnpthannI and fpsfo<;fprr)np. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 105:115, 65. Distribution of 3$-hydroxy- 
steroid dehydrogenase and ^-' -3-ketosteroid isomerase in 
in homoaenate fractions of human placenta. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 110:189, 65. Futher study on the pur- 
ification of 3-a-hvdroxvsteroid dehydrogenase of rat liver. 
Endocrinology 78:333, 66. Histochemical demonstration of the 
hydroxysteroid oxidoreductases in the umbilical cord and 
membranes of human term and immature olacenfa. 
Excerpta Med Int Congr Ser, (No 99), 66. Growth hormone 
activity In humans from enzymatically digested bovine 
growth hormone. 
Fed Proc 24:382, 65. Separation and investigation of multi- 
nip rnmnnnpnfs; nf hnuinp nrnwfh hnrmnnp 

Gen Comp Endocr 4:314, 64. The effects of chemical de- 
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phosis of Rena oioiens tadoolps. 

J Clin Invest 44:1099, 65. The metabolic effects in man of 

hnvinp nrnwfh hnrmnnp Hiop^fpri with trvn<;in 

J Endocr Vol 35, Mar 66. Inhibition of bovine growth hormone 
activity with acetvi oroteins. 

J Surg Res, Mar 66. The effect on pancreatic flow of acety- 
lated secretin nreoaratinn. 

Metabolism 14:832, 65. Total urinary hydroxyproline ex- 
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after human growth hormone in adult hvoooituitarism. 

Metabolism 14:1189, 65. The metabolic effects in man of 
hnuinp arnwth hnrmnnp diop«;tpH with trvn^in. 

Steroids 3:85, 64. Dissociation of the dehydrogenating and 
transhydrogenating activities of the 3o-hydroxysteroid de- 

hvHrnnpnacip nf rat liwpr hv f^-mprrantnpthannl and tp<;tn5tprnnp 

Steroids 6:123, 65. Separation of 3-o-and 3-p-hydroxy- 

steroid oxidoreductases for the soluble frar.tinn nf rat liupr. 
Diseases of Metabolism, W B Saunders Co, Philadelphia, 
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Cancer Res., New York, N.Y. Biophysical 
studies of cancer 

Biochem Pharmacol 11:155, 62. Nucleotides. 
III. Synthesis and effects with cells in cul- 
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Cancer Res 22:3, 62 . The effects of some 
purine analogs on the growth of H .Ep . #1 and 
chick embryo fibroblast cells . 

Cancer Res 22:1061, 62 . Transformation of 
chick embryo cells in culture by Rous sarcoma 
virus—Cvtochemical studies. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res p . 315, Apr 62 . 
Effect of inhibitors related to nucleic acid 
purines on the cell culture system: Chick 
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Radlat Res 16, 62. Fluorescence studies of 
irradiated alkaline ben7nic acid solutions. 

Radlat Res 17:479, 62. Radiosensitization 
of a mammalian cell line with 5-bromodeoxy- 

Virology 16:98, 62 . Effect of 5-fluorodeoxy- 
uridlne on the proliferation of Rous sarcoma 

Brit J Radiat 36:247, 63. Measurement of 
bone marrow and gonadal dose from x-ray 
examinations nf the nelvls. htn. and snine 
as a function of field size, tube kilovoltage, 
and added filtration. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 4:18, 63 . Effect 
of inhibitors of nucleic acid synthesis on the 
cell culture system: Chick embryo cell-Rous 
sarcoma virus. 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 5:16, 64. Proliferation 
of Rous sarcoma virus In cell culture. Effect 
of p-fluoro-phenvlalanine. 

Proc Am Chem Soc Mtg, Jan 64. Crosslinking 
and degradation of DNA bv hynochlorous acid. i 

Proc Biophys Soc 8th Ann Mtg, p. TA4, Feb 64. ] 
Viscosity and hyperchromlclty studies of DNA | 
extracted from gamma ray Irradiated E. coll. 

Radiat Res 20:263, 63 . The radiation I 

chemistry of aqueous ferrous sulfate-benzoic | 
acid solutions . i 

Radlat Res 22:218, 64. Modification of radiation 
inactivatlon of E. coll 15T"by protective and ' 
sensitizing agents. I 

Bact Proc, Apr 65. Nucleoside kinase activity 
in tissues infected with reus sarcoma virus. ! 

Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 6:17, Mar 65. Requirei- 

ment for DNA synthesis in proliferation of rous | 

sarcoma virus. i 

J Phys Chem 68:1359, 64. Radiolysis of acid aqueous i 

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J Phys Chem 68:3829, 64. Pulse radlolysis of aqueous 

sodium chloride solutions. 
Radlat Res 4, (Suopl):114, 64. Effects of oxygen and pH 
In the radiation chemistrv of aoueous solutions. 
llV^mP RaH WItten. V.H.. New York Univ.. N.Y.C. 

CA-03817 SURG VANAMEE, PARKER, Sloan-Kettering Inst., 

New York, N.Y. Experimental surgery 
and ohvsioloav of cancer 

Am J Physiol 201-1025, Dec 61. Extrahepatlc 
r.Iparanrp nf 1 131 rn<;p hpnnal. 

Am J Clin Path 37:381, 62. Cancer cells In the 
peripheral venous blood. A quantitative study 
nf cells nf nrohlemaHc oriatn. 

Am J Med Scl 244:466, 62. Oxygen saturation 
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Am J Surg 103:173, Feb 62. Fibrinolytic agents 

in trpatmpnt nf arfpi-ial nrrliiclnn 

Ann Intern Med 56:698, Apr 62. Renal disease 
and ttie met;ibolic effects of tetracycline. 

Ann Intern Med 58:389, 63. Renal diseases 
and the metabolic effects of tetracycline. 

Ann Surg 155:191, 62. Reservoir construction 
after total aastrectomv: An instructive case. 

Arch Surg 84:449, Apr 62. Anticoagulants and 

Hpuplnnmpnt nf niilmnnaru mpta<:tacpc 

Arch Surg 85:430, Sep 62. Bone marrow protec- 
tion in mechlorethamine (nitrogen mustard) 
Cancer, v. 14, p. 414, 61 
Surgery, v. 49, p. 666, v. 50, p. 248, 395, 61 
Proc Am Ass Cancer Res, v. 3, p. 2 25, Mar 61 
Cancer 14:414, Mar-Apr 61. Dornase aerosol In 

hrnnrhnniilmnnarv rnmniir,;»tlnnc 

Cancer 14:957, Sep-Oct 61. Human fibrinolysis 

and ';iir\/li/al nf ranrpi- rpfl«: in hInnH 

Cancer 14:1127, Sep-Oct 61. Carcinoma of the 

nallhlflHHpr in Hnn<; 

Cancer Res 21:11, Dec 61. Castration and spon- 

tanpnttc hamctpr himnrc 

Cancer Res 21:235, 61. Experimental evaluation' 
of potential anticancer agents. II. Growth 
characteristics, metastases and drug response. 

Cancer Res 21:1062, Sep 61. Effect of hyper- 

linpmla nn niilmnnaru mptacfacpc 

Cancer 15:276. 62. Factors affecting the de- 
velopment of metastatic cancer: Effect of 
alipratinns in r.tnftina mprhanism. 

Cancer 15:472, May-Jun 62. Effects of protrac- 
fpri artprial infiisinn nn liwpr ranrpr^ 

Cancer Chemother Rep 18:43, 62. Mid-torso 
nrrln^inn for rpninnal ranrpr rhpmnth#rany. 

Clin Pharmacol Ther 3:321, 62. Some metabolic 
a';nprt<; nf tpfrarvrllnps. 

Clin Pharmacol Ther 3:447, Jul-Aug 62. Experi- 
mental perfusion system utilizing rabbit Vx-2 
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J Nat Cancer Inst 28:1193, May 62. Serum pro- 

fpinc In iiamefpr nlacmar\,tnma 

J Surg Res 2:268, Jul 62. An experimental per- 
fusion system using rabbit Vx-2carclnoma. I. 
Effect nf riruo oerfiislnns and Irrariiafinn. 

J Surg Res 2:343, Sep 62. Production of pulmo- 
nary mp^a«racp« 

J Surg Res 2:382, Nov 62. Experimental arterial 

fhrnmhi- FnrmaHnn and lyci« 

J Urol 87:923, Jun 62. Zinc content of prostate 

and ht<:tnlnnir pffprt? nf Hlthi^nnp 

J Urol 88:268, Aug 62. Additive effects of dithi- 

7nnA anri nvInA nn ranlnp nrnefa^p 

Nature 193:72, Jan 62. Zinc content of expressed 

hitman nrnctafir fliiiH 

Nature 195:809, 62. An alveolar-arterial PCOz 

New York J Med 62:3725, 62. Fibrinolysln 
therapy: Indications, contraindications and 

Proc Int Un Physiol Scl 22nd Int Cong, Leiden, 
Sep 62. Some metabolic effects of tetracycline 
in natipnt?; with rpnal Hispa^p. 

Radiology 79:848, Nov 62. Decrease of metas- 
tases of carcinosarcoma Walker 256 with Irra- 
Hiatinn and hpnarin nr fihrinnlvtir anpnt<;. 
Surg Gyn Obst, v. 113, p. 160, 61 
Cancer Chem Screen Data. v. 21 .0.161. 199. 61 

Surgery 52:250, Jul 62. Effect of fibrinolysin 

anH iionarin nn fnrmafinn nf npritnnpal aHhpcln nc 

Thromb et DIathes Haemorrhaaica . v. 5 j).463 . Aor ftl 

Acta Chir Plast (Praha) 5:303, 63. Eight years 
of experimental use of a tissue bank at Memor- 
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Am J Clin Nutr 12:180, 63.' Effect of some phys- 
iologic factors of the absorption of vitamin 612 
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Am J Physiol 205:857, 63. Behavioral tbermo 
rpniilaMnn'i Hririnn uifamin RA Hpfirtpnrv, 

Angiology 14:285, 63. Induction of fibrinolysis 
by hyperventilation with oxygen and carbon 

Angiology 14:533, 63. The present status of 

f ihfinntyt ir fhpranv 



Ann Surg 157s)00, 63. Decrease In pulmonary 
metastases: Potentiation of nitrogen mustard 
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Blood 22 J51, 63. Effect of ascorbic acid in vivo 
on labeling of red cells by radioactive sodium 

Cancer 16:444, 63. Technique for visualization 
and perfusion of bronchial arteries: Suggested 
rliniral and Hiannn*;tir annliratinn^ 

Cancer 16, (No 5):567, May 63. Resional per- 
fusion of pelvis and abdomen by an Indirect 

J Chronic Dis 16:737, 63. Electrolyte disturb- 
ances assnriatpri with ranrpr. 

J Surg Res 3:307, 63. Effect of serotonin and 
serotonin antagonists on external pancreatic 
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New York J Med 63:2359, 63. Current sUlus o( 

rpninnal rhpmntliprany I Tprhnirc 

New York J Med 63:2518, 63. Current status of 

rpninnal rhpmnfhprani, II Ppciilrc 

Progr Cardiov Dis 6:255, 63. Fibrinolysin and 
its relation to the management of coronary 

Radiology 80:236, 63. Irradiation and anticoagu- 
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Am J Physiol, Vol 208, (No 3), Mar 65. Influence of sex 
hormones on thrombosis of left atrium In Syrian (golden) 
Brit J Cancer 19:620, Sep 65. Production of skin lesions 

and lymohorytir Ipiikemia In <ivrian (anlHpn) ham5lpr<;. 
Fed Proc p. 412, Apr 64. The effects of sex hormones on 

auricular thrombosis In Svrlan (golden) hamsters. 
Gastroenterology 46:680, 64. Effects of freezing on the 

gastric mucosa In dogs. 
J Surg Res 6:126, 66. The effect on pancreatic flow of 

acetylated secretin preparations. 
Nat Cancer Inst Monogr 12:371, 63. A transplantable, 
spontaneous adenocarcinoma of the prostate In the 
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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 5, (No 1):19, Mar 64. The 
apparent Induction of primary, multicentric, malignant 
melanoma in the Syrian (golden) hamster. 
Surg Forum 14:349, 63. Structural and functional changes 

after gastric freezing. 
Surgery 55, (No 4):485, 64. Results of groin dissection for 
mallonani mplannma in ??n natipnl<;. 

Andrews. N.C.. Ohio State Univ.. Cnliimhii<s. Ohrn 
HEM KURNICK,N.B.,Sch. Med., Univ. 

California, Long Beach, Cal. Treat- 
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Am J Dis Child 104:526, 62. A chymotrypsln- 
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Clin Res 11:81, 62 . Induction of proteolysis 

with purulent soutum by iodides . 
Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute Radiation 
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J Geront 17:245, Jul 62. Desoxyrlbonuclease 

anri wplnht In an Inn 

J Lab Clin Med 60:688, 62. Reaction between 
ONA and oulnacrine and other nntl-malarlals. 

Nature 196:988, 62 . Influence of deoxy- 
ribonucleic acid content on the proteolysis of 
sputum and ous . 

Proc Conf Bone Marrow Transplant Chem Protec- 
tion In Large Animals and Man, Long Beach, 
Calif VA Hn^sn. n. \'i. 67. Fvnprlpnrp': with 
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Proc Conf Erythropoietin Reg~ulatlon Erythropole- 
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Discussion on role of erythropoietin in oer- 
niriniK anemia . 

Proc 8th Int Cancer Congr p. 361, 62. Auto- 
logous and Isologous bone marrow storage and 
infusion in the treatment of mvelo-suooression. 

Proc Int Symoos Bone Marrow Therap Chem 
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Autologous and isologous bone marrow therapy 
in man. and discussions. 

Radlat Res 17:140, Aug 62. Changes Induced In 
mouse spleen by graded doses of total-body 

Transfusion 2:178, May^un 62. Bone marrow 

<:tnranp and Infiicinn 

Fundamental and Clinical Aspects of Ra 

Oak Kidge National 

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with infusion of autologous and isologous bone 
marrow in man. 

Ann NY Acad Scl, 63 . Abscopal effects and 
bone marrow reoooulation in man and mouse. 

Year Book Cancer 7, 63 . Autologous and iso- 
logous bone marrow storage and infusion in 
the treatment of mvelo-suooression. 

Acta Un Cancr 20, (No l-2):397, 64. Autologous 
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Ann NY Acad Sci 114:528, 64. Abscopal ef- 
fects and bone marrow repopulation In man 
and mot]«;p. _ 

Blood 21:772, 63. Experiences with infusion of 

;^ilfnlnnniic ;lnH icnlnnniic: hnnp maffnuu in man 

Clin Res 12:95, 64. Characterization of leuko- 

ruHn nrotPa^P"; in niiriilpnf <;niihrni _ 

Long Beach Memorial Hosp Quart Bull, 64. the 
mechanism of immunologic tolerance and self- 

Pediatrics 31:1028, 63. Proteolytic enzyme act-' 
ivity and the role of desoxyrlbose nucleic acid 
(DNA) in cystic fibrosis sputum. 

Proc Bone Marrow Protection and Recovery Dis- 
cussion Mtg, Chicago, III, Apr 64. Intensive 
radiotheranv of Ivmnnoma with thp aid of frnypn 
aiitnlnnnn<; hnnp marrnw. 

Proc 10th Congr Int Soc Hemat, Stockhoim, 
Sweden, H:10, Aug-Sep 64. Intensive 
raHinthpranv nf Ivmnhnma with thp aid nf frn7pn 
aiitnlnnniic hnnp mafcnuu 

Radiat Res 23:239, 64. Abscopal effects of ' 
Y-irraHiattnn nn mniKP h nnp ma rrnw 

CA-03825 PATH BARETA, JOHN, St. Joseph's Hosp., 
Milwaukee, Wis. Nucleotide 
metabolism in normal and neoolastic 

CA-03826 MC LICHTIN', NORMAN N.", Grad. Schi, Boston Univ., 

Boston, Mass. Heavy metal derivatives 

nf rai-hnhvdrarpc 

CA-03828 BM SHECHMEISTER, I.L., Grad. §ch.. Southern 

III. Univ., Carbondale Oral microorganisms 

in radiation sickneRS 

Radiat Res 16:89, 62. The effect of X- 
irradiation on survival and susceptibility of 
the ooldfish Carassius auratus. to infection bv 
AprnmnnaQ salmonirlda and avrndartliufi <:Dq. 
CA-03833 SRC KREMENTZ, E.T., Tulane U., New Orleans, La." 

Ariilivant rhpmnthpcanv in Riirnprv fnr ranrpr 

CA-03842 SURG CHAPMAN, WARREN H.,Div. Drology, Sch. 

Med., Univ. Washington, Seattle, Wash. 

Exoerimental bladder tumors 

J Urol 88, (No 4):518, Oct 62. A method for 
producing bladder tumors in mice, with a tech- 
nique allowing easy interpretation of the dif- 
ference between hvoerDlasia'and true tumor. 

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the bladder of laboratorv rats. 
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Acta Un Int Cancer 18:25, 62. tumour growth 
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Acta Un Int Cancer 18 (No 5):755, 62. Problems 
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Brit J Cancer 16:232, 62. Chemically induced 
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Ciba Sympos Tumour Viruses 82, 62. Detection 

nf <;train diffprpnrpt; in tfiriKpc: _ 

Corso Agglornamento Terapia Tumorl Mammella 
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tiimnrl riplla mammplla. _ 

Corso Superiore Di Agglornamento Sulla Chemi- 
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J Nat Cancer Inst 28:911, Apr "6^. Tumor re- 

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Lav Anat Pat Perugia 21:7'3, 61. Caratter- 

i^firhp dpi tiimn(¥» a<;rltp ATPC+. 

Lav Anat Pat Perugia 21:85, 61. Istogramma 

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Lav Anat Pat Perugia 21:107, 61. Contributo 
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Lav Anat Pat Perugia 21:119, 61. Tumori 
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Lav Anat Pat Perugia 22:147,62. Agglutlna- 

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Lav Anat Pat Perugia 22:159, '62. II tempo dl' 

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Morph Precurs Cancer 89, 61. On the conditions 

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Brit J Cancer 17:116, 63 . The effect of ol- 
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Nature 197, (No 4866):505,' Feb 63 . Charac- 
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of leukemia and oediatric tumors 

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Cornell Vet 52:297, Jul 62. A'simple method 

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WHO, Geneva, Switzerland, Jul 62. Chromo- 
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Heredltas 49:433, 63. A case of chronic myeloid 
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Heredltas 50:53, 63. Relationifflps of viruses, 
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Surg Gynec Obstet 116:161, 63. What's new 

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Tex. Chemotherapeutic studies on 
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synthesis of v-oantothenate bv Neurosoora. 
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Neurospora studies of pantothenates produced by enzymatic} 
and bv chemical syntheses. Genetics today. 
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CA-03860 GEN FORRO, FREDERICK, Jr., Grad. Sch., Yale 

Univ., New Haven, Conn. Macromolecular 
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chromosome replication in amino-acid deficient 
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St. Louis, Mo. The chemistry of 
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Pl . P2-aHpnn*;inp V .'i'-nyrnnhrt^nhnrlr arlr^ 

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coholvsls of ribonucleic adds. 
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nucleosides and nucleotides. 
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Orleans, La. Synthesis of imidazole 

nucleotide ourine orecursors 
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CA-03873 CB VAN LANCKER, J.L., Col. Med., Univ. Utah., 

Salt Lalte City Relation of nucleic acid 

metabolism to induction of Ivmohoma 
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nanrrpac ^iifnlv^i*; 
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Angwin, Cai. Mechanisms of reactions 
inriiirpd hv Diilsed radiatinn 
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Univ., Baltimore, Md. Cooperative study 
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Cancer 16:1243, 63. Results of combined hormone 
theraov in advanced breast cancer. _ 

JAMA 188:1069, "Jun 64. Testosterone propionate 
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Duarte, Cal. Tumor Induction by avian 
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Cold Spring Harbor Sympos Quantitative Biol, 
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awian mupjohlaclnQiQ wiriic _ _ 

Virology 14:33, May 61. Avian myeloblastosis 


Virology 15:185, Oct 61. Ceil conversion 

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Perspect Virol 3:118, 63 . Conversion of cells 
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Proc 17th Ann Sympos Fundamental Cancer Res 
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Fla. Cancer chemotherapy, 

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J Org Chem 27:929, 62. Methyl 3,4-anhydro- 

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J Org Chem 27:932, 62. Methyl 3,4-anhydro- 
beta-D-galactopyranoslde. II. Reaction with 
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Buffalo, N.Y. Anionic polyelectrolyte 
inhibitors of tumnr arnwth 
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of an anionic polyelectrolyte (polyethylene- 
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Nature 196:642, Nov 62. Ethylene maleic anhy- 
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zinc contents of mouse liver and Sarcoma 180 

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Arch Biochetfi 101:448, 63. A comparanVf 
study of the inhibiting effects of anionic poly- 
electrolytes on deoxyribonucleases. 

Cancer 17, (No 2):203, Feb 64. Studies on a 
possible relationship between vitamin E de- 
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Proc Am Ass Cancer Res 4:56, 63. The eval- 
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Radlat Res 22, (No 2):368, Jun 64. The effect 
of radiation on splenomegaly induced by the 
Friend leukemia virus and Its modification by 
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with anionic polyelectrolytes and Inhibition of the Inter- 
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Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 6:206, 65. Changes In splenic 

llDolytlc activity following Friend leukemic virus Infection. 
Proc Am Fed Clin Res 13:281, 65. Inhibitions of Friend 
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the activity of add deoxyrlbonuclease (DNA se II) of 
mouse tissue. 
CA-03888 SRC LEIKIN,SANFORD L., Res. Fdn., Children's 

Hosp., Washington, D.C. Cooperative 
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Cancer Chemother i^ep (No 18), p. 83, 62. A 
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Cancer Chemother Rep (No 16), p. 155, 62. 
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solid tumors In children. 
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Univ., Milwaukee, Wis. Analysis of 

<;vnrbrnni7pd miln<;i^ and nla<:mntnmv 
J Protozool 9:14, Aug 62. Serology of 
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Effect of normal cell nuclear fractions on cancer 

rplK _ 

Arch Path 75:438, Apr 63. Extragonadal testicu- 
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CA-03896 RAD MENDELSOHN, MORTIMER L., Hospital of Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Radio- tprhninijp<; in homan ranrpr thpranv 
J Biophys Blochem Cytol 11:509, 61. Two- 
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Autoradiographic analysis of cell proliferation 

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Proc 8th Int Cong Cancer, Moscow, 62. Auto- 

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Science 135:213, Jan 62. Chronic infusion of 

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p. 190, 63 . Cell proliferation and tumor 

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MC DINWIDDIE, J.G., Jr., Clemson Agr. C, S.C. 

Thp e;vnrhp<;i^ nf <;nmp nntpntial ntirinp antaaoni<;t<; 
CY Parham . W.E. . Univ. Minnesota . Minneapolis . Minn. 

MC TRUITT, B. PRICE, North Texas State Univ., 

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J Org Chem 27:1066, 62. The amidomethyla- 

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J Org Chem 28:1910, 63. Reductions of 

J Med Chem 7:362, 64. 1,2-disubstituted 
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J Org Chem 27:1066, 62. The amidomethylation 

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SriiHipe; on nrntpin sfriirtiirp 
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Fed Proc, Mar 61 . Attachment of carbohy- 

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Fed Proc 20, Mar 61. Glycopeptides from 
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J Biol Chem 236r425, Feb 61. Glycopep- 
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Nature 192: 1121, 61. Amino acid sequence of 
horse heart cytochrome C; peptides released 
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Nature 192:1125, 61. Amino acid sequence of cyto- 
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CA-03917 PATH POST, JOSEPH, Goldwater Memorial Hosp., 

New York, N.Y. Responses of liver to 
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CA-03921 BIO BROWN, J.R.C., U. Maryland, College Park 

Enzyme rates of homogenates containing whole 
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Med. Cr., Denver, Colorado Cell 

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Nature 192:1309, Dec 61. Pituitary effect 

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Southern Med J 56:1026, Sep 63. Studies on 
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Clin Res 2, (No 2), Apr 64. Bone marrow lym- 
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North Carolina Med J 25, (No 11), Nov 64. Epidemiologic nf Ipnkpmia. 
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Acta Cryst 15:1179, 62. The crystal structures 
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Ann Rev Biochem 30:93, 61. X-ray studies of 

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J Am Chem Soc 84:3977, 62. Cellulose 
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J Biol Chem 237 :PC 3573, 62. The crysUl 
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J Molec Biol 3:71. 61. Molecular structure of 

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J Molec Biol 3:668, 61. Separation of light 

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Nature 192:812, 61. CrysUl structures of 

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Proc Chem Soc 1:203, Jun 61. Crystal struc- 

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Proc Chem Soc, London 177, 62. The crystal 

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Proc Nat Acad Sci, Wash, Jun 63. The crystal 

structure of an intermolecular complex con- 

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Proc Nat Acad Sci US 48:210, 62. Formation 

of a DNA-soluble RNA hybrid and Its relation 

to the oriain. evolution, and deaeneracv of 

sniiihip RNA 
Proc Nat Acad Sci US 49:122, 63. A 

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the ohvslcal basis of inheritance. 
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Acta Cryst 17:122, 64. The crystal structure 

of 1-mpthvl uracil hvdrnhrnmidp 
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of 9-fflpthvlauaninp hvdrnhrnmidp, 

Biochim Biophys Acta 80:508, 64. The iso- 
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Cold Spring Harbor Sympos Quant Biol 28:269, 
63. The structure and function of polyribo- 

J Molec Biol 7:130, 63. The isolation and 
characterization of DNA associated with chloro- 
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J Molec Biol 7:652, 63. The visualization of 
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J Molec Biol 8:89, 64. The molecular structure 
of a hydrogen bonded complex of N-cthyl ade- 
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Nature 199:318, 63. Mechanism of polyribo- 
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Nature 201:179, 64. The crystal and molecu- 
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Nature 201:1160, 64. X-ray diffraction stud- 
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Nature 202:438, 64. The synthesis of collageti 
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Proc Nat Acad Sci 49:885, 63. The crysUl 
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Proc Nat Acad Sci 50:872, 63. The crystal 
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Proc Nat Acad Sci 51:111, 64. Induced en- 
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Acta Cryst 18:525, 65. The crystal structure of 
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Blopolymers 2:399, 64. A polynucleotide helix 
containing polyinosinic acid and protonated 
Dolvcvtidviic acid. 

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J Molec Biol 10:202, 64. The number of growing 
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Nature 202:969, 64. A crystalline complex of a 
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SCmnnsiiim on the Nucleic Acids, Pergammon 
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information into proteins on oolvribosomes. 
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MG STEVENS, CO., Col. Med., Univ. Cincinnati, 

Ohio Effect of pH on inhibition of mitosis 

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J Clin Endocr 22:800, Aug 62. Occurrence 
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Fed Proc 21:463, 62. Differentiation of her- 
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J Immun 87:714, 61. Determinant antigens of 
viable cells. I. Method for enumeration of 
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J Nat Cancer Inst 28:35, 62. Virus infection 
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Proc Nat Acad Sci 48:228, 62. Polykaryo- 

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Proc Nat Acad Sci 49:165, Feb 63. Programming 

of IHerpes virus multiplication in doubly-infected 

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Virology 15:75, Sep 61. Physical difference 

iiptwppn •;rr;iin(; nf hprnpR simolex virus. 
Virology 16:80, 62. Separation of multiple 

components of measles virus by equilibrium 

sedimentation in cesium chloride. 
Virology 19:198, Feb 63. Surface differences 

amrtnn Hpi-npe x/irinnc 

Virology 19:580, Apr 63. Reversible inhibition of 
Herpes simplex multiplication in HEp-2 cells 
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Bact Proc p. 120, 64. Suppression of herpes 
simplex virus multiplication by ribose and 
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Fed Proc 23:244, 64. Herpes simplex virus 
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Perspect Virol 4, 64. An inquiry into the mechan- 
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Virology 21, (No 3), Nov 63. The multiplica- 
tion of herpes simplex virus . I . The program- 
mina of viral DNA duolication In HEo-2 cells. 

Virology 22:1, 63. Studies of the determinant 
antigens of viable cells. II. Demonstration of 
altered antigenic reactivity of HEp-2 cells in- 
fpfited with heroes simolex virus. 

Virology 22, (No 2):262, Feb 64. The multi- 
plication of herpes simplex virus. II. The rela- 
finn between nmtein svnthesis and the duolica- 
lion of viral DNA in infpctpH HEd-2 cells. __ 

Virology 22, (No 4):452, Apr 64. The host 
range of herpes simplex virus. Interferon, viral 
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Viruses. Nucleic Acids, and Cancer, p. 205, 
63. The programing of Herpes virus multipli- 
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Biochim BiophyS Acta 91:168, 64. Requirement" 
for continuous protein synthesis for the develop|- 
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rplls infprrpH wi^h hpcnps cimnlpv winis 

J Molec Biol 11:528, 65. Abortive infection oi 
canine cells by herpes simplex virus. I. Char- 
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of radiation oneumonitis. 
Proc 5th Int Cong Electron Microsc, 62. The 
ultrastructure of the cuticle in the cestodes H. 
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Proc 5th Int Cong Electron Microsc, Aug 62. 
Observations on the relations between Intestinal 

eoithelial cells and cellular comoonents of 

luminal content in the distal ileum of the mouse. 
Radiat Res 17:914, 62. The effects of 
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Clin Res 13, (No 1):81, Jan 65. Severe pre- 
eclamptic nephropathy as a cause of the 
neohrotic svndrome. 
Texas J Med 60:121, Feb 64. The idiopathic 
nephrotic syndrome: Pathophysiology and 

treatment. __^ 

J AppI Physics, Aug 65. Ultrastructure of human parathyroid 

in iivoeroaratfivroidism. 

Lab Invest 14:1644, 65. The relationship of intravesicular 

aranulps In tile innervation of the oineal qiand. 

Texas Rep Biol Med 24:153, 66. The perivascular space of 

tlip oinpal aland. 

SRC WHITAKER, JO ANNE, Univ. Texas Southwestern 
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diildren—Comoarison of treatments 
Cancer Chemother Rep 25:81, Dec 62. ClinlcaP 
trials with cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan) in 

children with Wilms' tumor . _ 

Cancer Chemother Rep 28:43, Apr 63. Actjno- 

mvcin P2 in malianancies in children. 

Cancer Res 23, (No 4):519, May 63 . Focal" 
cellular alteration in stable amnion cells 

oroduced by inoculation with human leukemia 

tirain pxirarts 

CA-0421Z CB WARD, D.N. , U.Texas, Houston 

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Anal Biochem 2:441, 61. Estimation of 
diethylstilbestrol and identification of related 
synthetic estroaens bv aas chromatoaraohv. 
Die Makromolekulare Chemie 55:121, 62. 
Chromatography of nucleic acids on cellulose 
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nf ripnvvritinnuclpin acid 
Proc Am Assn Cancer Res 4:70, 63. 
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Oregon, Eugene, Ore. Interaction of 
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phobic bonding and confomiational transitions 
in Ivsnzvme. ribonuclease and chvmotrvosin. 
J Am Chem Soc 84:2259, 62. Rotatory dispersion 
nf native and nxidizeri nancreatic ribonuclease^ 
J Polymer Sci 49:129, 61. Use of rotatory 

disnprsinn in riptprminatinn nf orotein structure. 
Tetrahedron 13:176, 61. Rotatory dispersion 

nf aminn ariHs 

Biochim Biophys Acta 78:474, 63 . Location 
of normal and abnormal tyrosyl residues in 
J Chem Eng Data 9:551, 64. Measurement of 
ultraviolet indices of refraction with a differ- 
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The Proteins , Academic Press, New York, 2, 64. 
I he conformation of polypeptide chains in pro- 
Biochemistry 4:823, 65. Spectrophotometric titration of the 

imidazole arouos of bovine oancreatic ribonuclease. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 107:463, 65. Activation of chymo- 

trvnsinoaen, ootical rotation studies. 
Biopolymers, 2nd issue, 66. Studies of the birefringence 

and birefrinaence disoersion of oolvoeotides and oroteins. 
CR Acad Sci Paris 259:4560, 64. Sur I'utilisation de 
polariseurs a pile de glaces dans I'ultraviolet lointain. 
Aoolication a la mesure de la birefrinaence du ouartz dans 
la rpaion dp Schumann. 
CR Acad Sci Paris 260:117, 65. Absorption dichroique de la 

catcite dans la re'aion de Schumann. 
.1 C.hfim Phvs 44*S'i, 66. Svmmprrv rulps in ootical rotation. 
J Phys Chem 69:978, 65. The n-ir* cotton effect of the 
oentide linkaae. 
CA-04222 PC HAYAISHI, OSAMU, Kyoto Univ., Faculty of 

Med., Kyoto, Japan Studies on 
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droxybutyryl-CoA, an intermediate in glutarate 
Biochem Biophys Res Commun 6:155, 61. 
New nathwav of D-trvDtoohan metabolism. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 48:409, 61. Enzymic 

dporadatinn nf 6-fnvraznlvl-N)-L-alanine. 
J Biochem 50:118, 61. L-Lysine oxidase, 

a new nxvopnasp. 
J Biol Chem 236:781, 61. Enzymatic studies 

nn mptahnlie:m nf B-alanine. 
J Biol Chem 236:2223, 61. Metapyrocate- 

rhasp. a npw ratprhnl-rlpauina pnzvmp. 
J Biol Chem 236:2492, 61. Metabolism of 
kynurenic acid. I. Fomiation of L-glutamic 
acid. D-alanine and acetic acid from kvnur- 
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J Biol Chem 236:2991, 61. Metabolism of 
kynurenic acid. II. Tracer experiments on 
mprhani^m of kvnurpnir acid dearadation. 

Sympos Enzyme Chem 15:99, 61. Enzymatic 
stridips nn metahnlism of clutaric acid. 

Sympos Enzyme Chem 15:117, 61. Enzymic 
Hparariatinn of kvnurpnir acid. 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 13, (No 5):380, 

63. Energy linked regulation of threonine 
mptahnlism hv AflP 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 14, (No 1);96, 

64. On the activation and catalytic mechanism 
nf mirrnhial rrvntnnhan nvrrnlase. 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 12, (No 2):92, 
63. Quinolinic acid: A precursor to nicotina- 
mide adenine dinucleotide in Escherichia cqji. 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 13, (No 4):285, 

63. Quinolinate transphosphoribosylase: A 
mechanism of niacin ribonucleotide formation 
frnm oiiinnlinir aciH. 

Biochem Biophys Res Commun 14, (No 2):l43, 

64. The stabilizing effect of ADP and the 
bindina of ADP bv the threonine dehydrase of 
Clostrifiiiim tptanomorohum. 

Biochem Z 338:582, 63. Metapyrocatechase. 
I. Purification, crystallization and some prop- 

J Biol Chem 238, (No 10):3369, Oct 63. 
Studies on the biosynthesis of nicotinamide 
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niacin ribonucleotides from 3-hydroxyanthra- 
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Biochem Biophys Res Commun 16:556, 64. 01? 
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Biochim Blophys Acta 89:544, 64. Enzymlc 
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Fed Proc 23'429. 64. Prooerties of ovrocatechase. 
J Biol Chem 239:2204, 64. Enzymatic formation 

of catechol from anthranillc acid. 
J Biol Chem 239:PC2717, 64. Regulation of 
nicotinamide adenine dinucleotlde biosynthe- 
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Proc 6th Int Congr Biochem, New York, 33;31, 

64. Oxvoenases. 
Proc 6th Int Congr Biochem IV-77:314, 64. 
Catabollc pathways of 3-hydroxyanthranllate 
in mammals and a bacterium. 
Proc 6th Int Congr Biochem IX -64:728, 64. Bio- 
synthesis of NAD from tryptophan and its regu- 
latory mechanism In mammals. 
DAVIS, F.F., Rutgers U., New Brunswick, N.J. 
Physical-chemical studies on yeast 
niiriplr acid 
n«<!<n(>r. F.X.. Cnlnrnrin State llnly.. Fort Collins .Colo. 
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Comparative mutagenesis and mutability 

In nrr^tnnhlla 

Genetics 46:870, 61. Hypothesis of nucleo- 
tide «harlna hv adlar.ent rnntinnal units of DNA. 
Valk. W.L.. Univ. Kansas, Kansas City, Kans. 

PHY URBACH, F., Temple U. Med. Cr., Philadelphia 
Biophysics and instrumentation of tissue 
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Proc 4th Internal Conf Med Electronics, New 
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MET TOPOREK, MILTON, Sch. Med., Jefferson Med. 
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Fed Proc 21, Mar-Apr 62. Effect of heat on 

Intrln^lr fartnr artlvlfv. 
Fed Proc 22:602, 63. Proposed mechanism 
of absorption or filtration of Intrinsic factor- 
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Fed Proc 23, (No 2), Mar-Apr 64. Automated 
fluorescence-monitored system for the separa- 
tion of serum proteins on seohadex. 
Proc 6th Int Congr Biochem 5:450, 64. Effect of ' 
heat on Intrinsic factor as studied with the Iso- 

l?ted perfused rat liver. 

Proc AmlChem Soc IbUlh Nal Mlg, p. 411;, Sep 6b. " 
Charadteristlcs of heat Inactlvatlon of Intrinsic factor 
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rat liver. 



GRAYHACK,J. T., Northwestern U., Chicago, in. 
Theraov of orostatlc cancer, coooeratlve studv 

KIT, S., U. Texas, Houston 
rhrnmatnnranhv and metahnlism nf DNA of tumors 

Biochem Blophys Res Commun 8:72, 62. En- 
hanced thymidine phosphorylating activity of 
mouse fibroblasts and vaccinia Infection. 

Fed Proc 21, Mar-Apr 62. Purification and" 
density gradient centrlfua^tlon of vaccinia 
lahellpd with thvmldlne-H3. 

Virology 18:274, Oct 62. Biochemistry of vac- 
cinia-infected mouse fibroblasts. 1. Effects 
nn niir.lpir arid and nrntpin svnthesis. 

Virology 18:286, Oct 62. Biochemistry of vac- 
cinia-infected mouse fibroblasts. II. Proper- 
tip"; nf rhrnmnsnmal DNA of infected cells. 

The Molecular Basis of Neoplasia, Urilv Texas 
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nn Hpnxvrihnniirlpir. arids of mouse tissues. 



HELLER, CO., Sch. Med., Pacific Northwest 
Fdn., Seattle, Wash. Effects of 
nrnop<;tin<: nn human annarintrnnhin*; 
Clin Res 10(1):88, 62. Increased gonado- 
trophin excretion induced by antlspemiatogenic 
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J Clin Endocr 22(10:1033, 62. Inherent 
estrogenicity of norethindrone and norethynodrel: 
Comoarison with other synthetic oroaestins and 
Proc 44th Mtg Endocr Soc 13, 62. Rate of 
spermatogenesis in man determined by 
incorooratina tritiated thymidine into testes. 
Human Pituitary Gonadotropins, C C Thomas, 
Springfield, III, p. 109, 6i. Action of 
diethvlstilbestrol on ovarv of hyooDhvssctomized 
immatiirp rat 
Human Pituitary Gonadotropins, C C Thomas. 
Springfield, III, p. 141, 6l. Apparent 
homoaeneity of urinary aonadotrooin extracts 
frnm \/;irtpri hvnprannadntrnnir natipnts. _ . 

Human Pituitary Gonadotropins, C C Thomas, 
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orooesterone to deoress urinary aonadotrooin 
pxnrptinn in nnmal mpnstruatino wompn. 
Exp Molec Path 2,(Suppl):107, Dec 63. Histopathology of 
the human testes as affected by bis(dichloroacetyl) 

I anr.Pt. n. 892. Ort 61. CnnlrnI nf malp fprtilllv. 
CA-04241 GEN ZUCKER, LOIS M., Red Acre Farni, Inc., Stow, 

Mass. Improvement in rat stocks by 
selective breedina 
J Nutr 80:6, May 63. Fat accretion and growth 

in thp i-ar 

J Nutr 80:20, 63. Phosphatides and cholesterol 

in thp rat krtHv 

J Nutr 80, (No 1):6, May 63. Fat accretion 

and Growth in the rat. 
J Nutr 80, (No 1);20, May 63. Phosphatides 
and cholesterol in the rat body: Effects of 
arowth. diet and aae. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 110:165, 62. 
Hereditary obesity in the rat associated with 
hiah serum fat and cholesterol. 
Ann NY Acad Scl 131447, 65. Hereditary obesity In the 
rat a<;snriatpd with hvnprlinpmia. 
CA-04244 SRC FLOCKS, R.H., State U. Iowa, Iowa City 

Cooperative study In chemotherapy of prostatic 


CA-04249 CY LIJINSKY, WILLIAM, Chicago Med. Sch., 

Chicago, III. Hydrogenatlon of 
rari-lin^pps and hinlnairai artivitv 
J Org Chem 26:3230, 61. Catalytic hydro- 
npnatlnn nf Hlhpn7fa .hlanthrarpnp . 
J Nat Cdncer inst >l:l, bi. lumongenic activity ot 

hvHrnnpnatpH Hprlvatiup^ nf Hihpn7fa.h)-anthrar.pnp. 
J Nat Cancer Inst 34:7, 65. Skin tumorigenesis by dibenz 
(a. hi anthrarpnp mnHiflpH hu Itc hyrtrnnpnatpH Hprluatlup* 
CA-04250 PATH HOWARD, JOHN M., Hahnemann Hosp., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Autotransplantatlon 
nf cancer 
Surg Gynec Obstet 115:80, Jul 62. Studies of 

hnmntran<:nlantatlnn nf kiHnPv In rinn^- 

Sura Gynec Obstet 115:177, Aug 62. Inhibitory 
effect of human duodenal filtrates upon growth 
nf Wall(pr-256 ^arrnma. 
Surg Gynec Obstet 117:567, 63. Studies of autotransplanta- 
tlon of Incurable cancer. 
CA-04251 PC BODANSKY, OSCAR, Sloan-Kettering Inst., 

New York, N.Y. MeUbollc and enzyme 
•itiLHIr-, nf cancer 

Am J Clln Path 38:343, 62. The present and 
future role of enzvmoloav In clinical patholoov. 

Am J Clln Path 40:103, 63. Procedure for 
staining zones of glutamic oxaloacetic trans- 
aminase artivitv followina starch oel 

Ann NY Acad Scl 103:930, 63. Immunochem- 
ical studies of human lactic dehvdrooenases. 

Bull NY Acad Med 38:711, 62. New functional 
principles in diagnostic aspects of liver 

Bull NY Acad Med 39:483, 63. Indications 
for various laboratory tests and their evalu- 
ation. (A) Biochemical tests in liver disease. 

Cancer 16:583, 63. Comparative value of 
phosphatases and other serum enzymes In 
followina patients with orostatlc carcinoma. 

Cancer Res 22:1230, 62. Glycolysis by 
sarcoma 180 of mice treated with 6-mercap- 
toDurlne. I. The role of various enzymes In 
lartatp orndiirtlnn. 

J Biol Chem 237:1752,62. Effect of methylbls 
(p-chloroethy) amine (nitorgen mustard) on the 
diohnsohnovridlne nucleotidase activity of 
Ehrllch ascites cells and the role of this 
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J Biol Chem 238:969, 63. Purification, 
kinetic and immunochemical studies of the 
mainr varianf; nf lactic dehvdrooenase from 
human livpr. hpnatnma . and prvthrorvtp*;- 

J Biol Chem 238:2119, 63. Quantitative 
aspects of the relationship between nicotina- 
midp aripninp riinurlpotide aiycohvdroiase in 
Fhrlirh a<;rirp<; rplk. 

Methods of Rinrhpmir. al Anaiv!i<;. Interscience 
Publ, NY, 11:211, 63. Automated methods for 

Hptprmtnatinn nf pn7vmp artivitv 

J Biol Chem 238:3420, 63. Comparative effects 
of L-hlstldlne on the activities of S'-nucleotl- 
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PATH HIGGINSON,JOHN, Univ. Kansas Med. Cr., 
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