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U.S. National Institutes of Health, 
vision of Research Grants. 
Cumulative "bibliography. Bethesda, Md., 
National Institutes of Health, I967- 

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For administrative use only 
June 1967 



Research Documentation Section 

Statistics and Analysis Branch 

Division of Research Grants 

National Institutes of Health 

Bethesda, Md . 

For administrative use only 
June 1967 



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 NINDB portion of a six-year cumulative bibliography 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 NINDB 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 shown. 

An alphabetical listing of the NINDB grantees is appended 
to the bibliography, and a list of grantees for all Institutes/ 
Divisions for the same period is attached. 

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. 


National Institutes of Health 

Allergy and Infectious Diseases . . . 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases . . 

Cancer ......... . 

Child Health and Human Development 

Dental ...... . . 

General Medical Sciences ...... 

" " " - Translation (1961 only) 

Heart ......'...t. ..*«•« 

Mental Health .. ^ ......... . 

Neurological Diseases and Blindness . , 

Office of International Research . , . 

Research Facilities and Resources . . . 
Clinical Research Centers (1962 only) 
General Research Support (1962 only) 


E, AI, AIP -^ 





M, 3M, MH, MHP, MY, MYP 





Conmunity 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, 1961-19'62) 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 .... 

Occupational Health 

Office of Solid Wastes ....... 

Radiological Health ......... 

3/ V7ater Supply and Pollution Control 

" Water Pollution (NIH support, 1961) 


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

2f 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 Administration of DREW, and on May 10, 1966, by virtue of 
the 1966 reor.'^.an.-isation Plan No. 2, the Watfr Pollution Control Administra- 
tion was transferred to the Dept. of the Interior. F.y. 1966 awards 
administered .'ne'er this activity are includ:;d in this publication even 
though these programs were not under the PH3 for the entire fiscal year. 


Study Section/Commit tee Abbreviation 

Accident Prevention Research Ace Prev, APR 

Allergy and Immunology 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 CoiTimittee AMK 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Training Committee . . AMTC, ARTH 

Bacteriology and Mycology B6<Mj BM 

Behavioral Sciences BS 

Behavioral Sciences Fellov7ship 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 COM 

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 . . . QIP 

General Medicine GM 

General Research Support GRS 

Genetics GEN 

Health Science Engineering and Biotechnology, Advisory 

Committee on SPR 

Health Services Resparch HSR 

Heart Program-Project Committee ^ . . . HEP 

Heart Training Committee HTC 

Hematology Hema, HE>I 


Study Section/Committee Abbreviation 

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

Hospital and Medical Facilities HMF 

Human 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 F^icilities & Resources, Committee on . LFR 

Medicinal Chemistry MC 

Mental Health MH 

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

Mental Health Research Career Av;ard Training Committee . MHK 

Mental Health Selection Comjnittee MHSC 

Mental Health Small Grants MSM 

Mental Health Special Comjnittee MIISG 

Mental Health Training Committee MTC 

Metabolism MET 

Microbiology Training Committee MIC 

Neurological Sciences P^esearch 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 Revievj 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 (InsLitute Review) SRC 

Special Study Section , SSS 













BULLOCK, THEODORE H., Univ. California, 
Los Angeles, Cal. Studies in compar- 
ative neuroofiysioloqy 
Amer Zool 2:97, 62. Integration and rhythmi- 

citv in neural systems. 
ASB Bull 8:46, 61. Invertebrate contributions 
to analysis of organized systems of neurons. 
Comp Biochem Physiol 3:274, 61. Connec- 
tions between the lateral giant fibers of earth- 
Comp Biochem Physiol 5?i5, 61. Spontaneous 

electrical activity in hvdroid oolvo. 
Insect Physiol 8:15, 62. Electrophysiological 
investigation on olfactory-specificity of sex- 
ual attractina substance in soecies of moths. 
J Biophys Biochem Cytol 9:490, 61. Infoldings 
of nerve fibre membranes in the opisthobranch 
mollusc Aplysia californica. 
J Cell Comp Physiol 57:185, 61. Effects of 
stretch on conduction velocity in nerve fibers. 
J Exp Biol 38:17, 61. Response of a hydroid 

to weak water-borne disturbances. 
J Exp Biol 38:559, 61. Colonial responses of 

hydroid polyps. 
J Exp Biol 38:579, 61. Repetitive potentials 
following brief electric stimuli in a hydroid. 
J Gen Physiol 45:1099, 62. Identification of ac- 
tive membrane areas in giant neuron of Aplysia. 
J Neuroohysiol 25:430, 62. Physiological proper- 
ties of electroreceptors of some gymnotids. 
J Theor Biol 1:460, 61. Diffuse conducting 

system based on coelenterate nerve nets. 
Science 134:1426, 61. Evidence for category 
of electroreceptors in the lateral line of gym- 
notic fishes. 
Technology Press, Cambridge, 61 
Nervous Inhibition , E Florey, ed, Pergamon, Oxford, 61 
Behavior 17:48, 61 
Sensory Communication, WA Rosenblity, ed. 

Fed Proc 22, (No 1);219, 63. Bidirectional 
transmission through distributed synapses 
between two giant axons. 
J Cell Comp Physiol 62:105, 63. The effects 
of stretch on impulse propagation in the median 
giant fiber of Lumbricus. 
J Exp Biol 41:1, 64. Nervous control of lumi- 
nescence in an enteropneust. 
JNeurophysiol 26:551, 63. Coding mechanisma 

of electroreceptor fibers in some electric fish. 
Science 143:1446, 64. Membrane properties 

of barnacle muscle fiber. 
Comp Biochem Physiol 13?453, 64. Transmission 
through distributed synapses between two giant 
J Physiol 175:425, 65. The effects of stretch on 
cable and spike parameters of single nerve fibres; 
some implications for the theory of impulse 
Rev Sci Instr 35:1314, 64. On-line analog 

generation of joint-interval histogram. 
Science 144:1361, 64. Neurophysiology: United 

States-Japan Joint Symposium. 
Science 145:61, 64. Pacemaker neurons: Effects 

of regularly spaced synaptic input. 
Science 145:69, 64. Dynamics of motion percep- 
tion in the desert locust. 
Z Tierpsychol 21:813, 64. Facilitation of a soma- 
tic reflex by sound in Rana clamitans; effects 
of sympathectomy and decerebration. 
Z VergI Physiol 49:114, 64. Through-conducting 

systems in ventral nerve cord of centipedes. 
Z VergI Physiol 49:285, 64. Pacemaker activity 
of the medullary nucleus controlling electric 
organs in high-frequency gymnotid fish. 
Am Zool 5:545, 65. Comparative aspects of superficial 

conduction systems in echinoids and asteroids. 
Am Zool 5:745, 65. In search of principles in integrative 

Hvalradets bkritter 48:143, 65. Physiological basis of 

slothfulness in the sloth. 
J Morph 117:229, 65. Sense organs of the lateral line system 
in some electric fish of the Gymnotidae, Mormyridae and 
Kybernetik 3:41, 66. Small-signal analysis of a visual re- 
flex in the locust. I. Input parameters. 
Kybernetik 3:53, 66. Small-signal analysis of a visual 

reflex in the locust. II. Frequency dependence. 
Proc Nat Acad Sci 54:422, 65. Further analysis of sensory 

coding in electroreceptors of electric fish. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Sympos 20, 65. Prologue. Strategies for 
blind physiologists with elephantine problems. 




Science 148:664, 65. Further analysis of sensory coding in 

electroreceptors of electric fish. 
Science 149:551, 65. Diffraction and visual acuity of 

Conceptual Bases and Applications of the Communication 
Sciences , Wiley & Sons, New York, Ch 2, 66. Neurons 
and biological transducers and communication channels. 
SD STONE, L.S., Yale U., New Haven, Conn. 

Regeneration of lens, iris and retina 
BBC SCHMITT, FRANCIS 0., Massachusetts Inst. 
Tech., Cambridge, Mass. Biophysical 
and biochemical studies on nerve fibers 
Actual ites Neurophysiol 355, 61. Biologie 

moleculaire des neurofilaments. 
AIBS B ull 12:24, 62. The biophysical society 

after six years: Prospect from retrospect. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 47:378, 61. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 50355, 61. Chemical 
investigations of giant nerve fibers of squid. 
V. Quaternarv ammonium ions in axoplasm. 
Horizons in Biochemistry . Academic Press, NY, 
p 437, 62. Psychophysics considered at the 
molecular and submolecular levels. 
Macrnmolecular Sopcificitv and Biological 

Memory, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, 62. 
Fed Proc 23, (No 3):618, 64. Telopeptide con- 
trol of tropocollagen interaction dynamics. 
Proc Bunsen Soc Phys Chem 8, 64. Chemical, 
structural, and immunological studies of nerve 
axon protein. 
Proc Nat Acad Sci 51:493, 64. The antigenicity 

of tropocollagen. 
Science 143:1036, 64. Electrophoretic and im- 
munological studies of squid axoplasm proteins. 
Ber Bunsenges Phys Chem 68, (No 8-9):887, 64. Chemical, 

structural, and immunological studies of nerve axon protein. 
Biochemistry 4:181, 65. The effects of pepsin treatment on 

the interaction properties of tropocollagen macromolecules. 
Biochemistry 5:301, 66. Action of proteolytic enzymes on 

trooocollaaen and insoluble collagen. 
Biochemistry 5:313, 66. The physical characterization of mono- 

meric trooocollaaen. 
Biol Bull 129:408, 65. The effects of oxidizing, reducing, 
and sulfhydryl reagents on the resting and action potentials 
of the internally perfused axon of Loligo pealeii. 
Harvard Rev 3:1, Soring 65. Molecules and memory. 
J Chromatogr 20:514, 65. Thin layer chromatography of dansyl s 
amino acid derivatives. >* 

J Molec Biol 16:490, 66. Lability of single-stranded deoxy- > 

ribonucleic acid to hvdrodvnamic shear. 
Naturwissenschaften 53, (No 3):71, 66. Molecular and ultra- 
structural correlates of function in neurons, neuronal nets, 
and the brain. 
Neurosci Res Program Bull 3, (No 6): 55, 65. Role of protein 

in neural function. 
Science 149:931. 65. The physical basis of life and learning. 
Science 152:509, 66. Isopycnic centrigugation for the isolation 

of DNA strands coding for ribosomal RNA. 
Shinkei Kagaku 4, (SuppI) 91, 65. Protein specificity and 

neuronal function. 
The Knowledge Explosion, Farrar, Straus & Girous, New York, 

0. IIJ. 66. New and stranae svstems. 
The Molecular Designing of Materials and Devices, MIT 
Press, Cambridge, Ch. 10, p. 9/, 6b. Structure in liv- 
ing systems. 
Neurosciences Research Symposium Summaries ,M. I. T. Press, 
Uambrioge, Vol 1, p. J^l, 66. Molecular and ultrastructural 
correlates of function in neurons, neuronal nets, and the brain. 
Neurosciences Research Symposium Summaries, M.I.T. Press, 

— Cambridae. Vol 1. o. b/U. 66. 

Recent Advances in Biological Psychiatry , Plenum Press, 
New York, Vol B, p. <;^b, 66. Molecular parameters in 
memory and learning. 
NEU BROOKS, CHANDLER M., Med. Cr. , State 
Univ., Brooklyn, New York A study of 

central synaptic transmission and of the excitatory 
and inhibitory actions which operate to control 
the integrative actions of central nervous system 
Ultrastr Metab Nerv Syst 50:1, 62 . Ultra- 
structure of the brain and its relation to trans- 
port of metabolites. 
PHY WANG, S.C, Col. Phy., Surg., Columbia 

Univ., N.Y.C. Physiology and pharma- 
cology of tlie brain stem 
Am J Physiol 202:25, Jan 62. Localization of 

central cardiovascular control mechanism. 
Am J Physiol 202:31, Jan 62. Cardioacceler- 

ation in medulla oblongata. 
Am J Physiol 202:212, Feb 62. Liberation 
of antidiuretic homione in the dog. 



Am J Physiol 203:147, Jul 62. Cardiac 
effect'; of hvi>oth..''laraic stimulation. 

Am J Physiol 204:667, 63. Reiationship between 
acifl-base balance and the central respiratory 

Am J Physiol 205, 63. Central control of 
sympathetic cardiac aucmentalion in lower 
brain stem of the cat. 

Anesthesiology 23, Jan-Fe.') 62. Effect of 
methoxyflurane on electromyogram, neuro- 
muscular transmission and spinni reflex. 

Anesthesiology 24:136, 63. Effect of trlch- 
lorethylene and methoxyflurane on central 
respiratory mechanisms. 

Ann NY Acad Sci 92:632, 61. Effects of 2- 
amino-2-hydroxymethyl-l,3-propanediol on 
central respiratory mechanisms in cat. 

Ann NY Acad Scl 92:632, Jun 61. Effects of 
THAM on cat resoiratorv mechanisms. 

Ann NY Acad Sci 109:550, 63. Respiratory 
coordinating mechanism of the brain stem — a 
few controversial points. 

Arch Int Pharmacodyn 139:503, 62. Mechan- 
ism of nhenformin-induced emesis in monkey. 

Arch Int Pharmacodyn 140, 62. Action of anti- 
convulsants (Pentobarbital, trimethadione and 
3-methyl-5,5-phenylethyl hydantoin) on the 
EEG, ECG and blood pressure changes induced 
by pentylenetetrazol, picrotoxin and deslano- 

Arch int Pharmacodyn 14U57, 63. Action of 
anticonvulsants (pentobarbital, trimethadione 
and 3-methvl-5,5-ohenvlethvl hydantoin) on 
the EEG, ECG and blood pressure changes in- 
duced by pentylenetetrazol, picrotoxin and 

Biochem Pharmacol 7:256, 61. Action of 
thiamine and i'.. analog on neuromuscular 
transmission in the cat. 

Circulat Res 11:727, 62. Effect of acute ex- 
perimental aortic stenosis on coronary circu- 

Circ Res 11:727, 62. Effect of acute experi- 
mental aortic stenosis on the coronary circu- 

Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 14:256, 62. 
Dose-route-effect relationship of convulsant 

Excerpta Med 48, 62. Effects of reserpine and 
chlorpromazine on vasomotor center in the 
medulla oblongata of the dog. 

Excerpta Med 48, 62. Effect of 3-hydroxy 
phenyltriethylamriionium on neuromuscular 
transmission in the cat. 

Excerpta Med 48, 62. Actions of acetylcho- 
line on coronary circulation and myocardium. 

Exp Neurol 6:426, 62. Localization of the 
central vocalization mechanism in the brain 
stem of the cat. 

Fed Proc 21:106, 62. Isolation and alteration 
of total coronary inflov; without coronary di- 

Fed Proc 21:106, 62. Effect of THAM, Na2 
Co:i and NaKCO'? on the heart. 

Fed Proc 21:338, 62. Mechanism of penty- 
lenetetrazol, picrotoxin and deslanoside in- 
duced cardiac arrhythmias. 

Fed Proc 22:186, 63. Effects of trichlorethylene 
halopropane and methoxyflurane on respiratory 
requlaiorv mechanisms. 

Fed Proc 22:187, 63. The effect of cyclopropane 
on the vasomotor center of the doa. 

Fed Proc 22:222, 63. Evidence for the partici- 
pation of pontile pneumotaxic mechanism in 
rhythmic resoiration of the decerbrate cat. 

Fed Proc 22:572, 63. Localization of ascending 
pathways In the rostral brainstem of the dog for 
ADH liberaticn. 

J Pharmacol Exp Ther 131:91, 61 

Fed Proc 20:195, 330, 331, 61. 

Biochem Pharmacol 8:93, 61. 

J Pharmacol 138:329, 62. Respiratory effects of 
diethvl ether in the cat. 

J Pharmacol 141:6, 63. Mechanism of cardiac 
arrhythmias and blood pressure changes induced 
in dogs by oentvlenetetrazol , oicrotoxin and 

J Pharmacol Exp Ther 134:366, Dec 61. 
Cardiovascular action of trimethobenzamide. 

Proc 1st European Cong Anaesthesiol, 62. 
Effect of methoxyflurane and other anesthetics 
on electromyogram, neuromuscular transmission 
and spinal reflexes. 

Proc Int Conf Salivary Glands and Their Secre- 
tions, 62. Central nervous representation of 
salivary secretions. 

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 110:211, 62. Emetic 
responses of monkeys to apomorphine, hyder- 
gine, deslanoside and orotoveratrine. 

Radiat Res 19:88, 63. Effocis of drugs alone or 
combined with refrigeration in protecting female 
mice against x-irradiation induced sterility. 




Effect; o' Antstbetir. y.i the CirculatiO'i . CC 
Thomas Co, Springfield, III, 63. Funct i ona I 
organization of the bulbar regulatory mechanisms 
of the cardiovascular svslc-m. 
HanHhnnif nf Phy«;lnlngy j Am Physiol SoC, 
Wishinglon, K, Vol 1, Sec 111, 63. General 
organization .>f central resoiratorv mechanisms. 
Prot Soc Exp Biol Med 113:703, 63. Isolat- 
ing the total coronary artery inllcM for adminis- 
tering pharmacologic agents: New n-ethod with- 
out coronary dissection. 
Am J Physiol 207:1399, 64. Liberation of antidiuretic hor- 
mone: Location of ascending oathvoys. 
An J Physiol 207:1405, 64. Liber,>;ion of antidiuretic hor- 
mone: Phar.Tacolooic blockade of ascending pathways. 
Am J Physiol 203.459, 65. Carotid sinus reflex in cat: Effect 

of orior external carotid artery clamping. 
Am J Physiol 209:599, 65. Descending respiratory pathways 

in the r-.cdulla oblongata rf the cat. 
Circ Res 17:114, 65. Elfects of changes in coronary blood 

oH on (he heart. 
Fed Fro*. Zi:\lj. 64. Effects of acetylcholir.e on the heart. 
Fed Ptoc 23:30j, 64. Electrophysiological evidence for a 
pontine apneustic cemer and its role in the Hering-Breuer 
Fed Proc 23:560, 64. Effects of fourth ventricle injections 
of ganglionic blocking agents or synthetic oxytocin on pentyl- 
enetetrazol induced cardiac arrhythmias in the succinyl- 
cholinized dog. 
Fed Proc 23:565, 64. The effects of 2-phe., 8-lys. vaso- 
pressin, angiotensin, and nofeoineorjine on coronary blood 
flow and a.-teri?! blooo pressu'e. 
Fed Proc 23:14S'?, 64. Emesis induced by intracerebro- 
ventricuiar injections of apomorphine and deslanos'de in 
the dog. 
Fed Proc 24:234, 65. Effects of 4th ventricle injection of 
I'hyoscamine oi eihybenztrooine on cardiac arrhythmias 
induced by pentylenetetrazol, picrotoxin or deslanoside 
in doQS jnder succinvlcholine. 
Fed Proc 24:4f6, 65. Vagal bradycardic action of deslanoside, 

acetylstrop.hjnti-iidin, and digoxigenin. 
Fed Proc 24:516, 65. Emssis induced by intraventricular 

injections of hydergine veriloid and mechlorethamine HCI. 
Fed Proc <!4:646, 65. "Pressure sensitive" neurons in the 

medulla oblongata of the cat. 
J Pharmacol Exp Ther 144:186, 64. Effects of reserpine and 
chlororoinazine on the vasomotor center in the medulla 
oolongata of the dog. 
J Pharmacol Exp Ther 147:416, 65. Eniesis induced by intra- 
cerebrovenlricular injection of aoomorphine and deslanoside 
in normal and CT zone ablated dogs. 
J Pharmacol Exp Th:H- 148:123, 65. Respiratory effects of 
trichlorethylene. halothane and methoxyflurane in the cat. 
J Pharmacol Exp Ther 149:91, 65. Effects of hexamethonlum 
and tetraethylainmonium on cardiac arrhythmias produced by 
pentylenetrazol, picrotoxin and deslanoside in dogs. 
Phamiacologist 7:138, 65. Some cardiovascular effects of 

Physiologist 7:253, 64. Effect of prior external carotid 

artery occlusion on carotid sinus reflex response in the cat. 
Physiologist 8:205, 65. The preoptic area—A possible Uiir 

gering ir.echanisir for polypneic panting in cats. 
Proc 23rd Int Physiol Congr, p. 481, 65. Effects of norepine- 
phrine, etiineoi:rine, acetylcholine, and isoproterenol on the 
sympathectomized peripheral vascular ted of the dog. 
Science 14'i:1459, 64. Brainstem mechanisms subserving 
baroreceptor reflexes. 

Mu.Tay , E. , Cornell Univ. , Ithaca, N.Y. 
PKY TOBIAS, JULIAN M., Univ. Chicago, Chicago, 
Illinois Biophysics and biocnemistry 
of nerve 
Circulation 26:1145, 62. The excitable 

system in the cell surface. 
Fed Proc 21, Mar-Apr 62. Statistical mechan- 
ical aooroach to the Hodokin-Huxlev eauations. 
Fed Proc 21, Mai-Apr 62. Anodal resoration 

in the lobster giant axons. 
Fed Proc 22:332, 63. Mechanisms underlying 

behavior of ohosoholipid membrane model. 
Fed Proc 22:332, 63. Phospholipid- 
cholest&'-ol membrane model: Water permeability 
and electrical resistance cont-olled by Ca, K 
or protamine. 
Fed Proc 22:333. 63. Ion exchange properties 

of a phosoholipid-cholesterol membrane. 
J Gen Physiol 44:1073, 61. 
J Gen Physiol 45:989, May 62. Phospholipid- 

cholesterol membrane model. 
Am J Physiol 207:1441, Dec 64. Properties of 
axon membrane as affected by cobra venom, 
digitonin, and proteases. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 94:354, 65; " Membrane 
model: Association of inorganic cations with 
phosoholipid monolayers. 
J Cell Comp Physiol 63:225, 64. Phospholipid- 
cholesterol membrane model: Effects of calciuni, 
potassium or protamine on membrane h>"dration, 
water oermeabilitv and electrical resistance. 
J Cell Comp Physioi 64:73, Aug 64. Restoration 
of action potential by anodal polarization in lot>- 
ster giant axons. 









J Cell Comp Physiol 6?:239, Oct M. Threshold 
potential in anodally restored lobster giant 
Nature 203:13, 64. A chemically specified molec- 
ular mech!)nism underlying excitation in nerve: 
A hypothesis. 
Nature 205:706, 65. Phospholipid cholesterol 

membrane model. 
Proc Nat Acad Sci ?1:476, Mar 64. Phospfiolipi(? 
membrane model: Importance of phosphatidyl- 
serine and its cation exchanger nature. 
VIS MAUMENEl". ATe.7 TcR^l/led:, Johns Hopl(inru., 

Baltimore A study of the etiology and 
treatment of uveitis 
Am J Ophihal 51:391, 61. 
Arch Ophthal 66:646, Nov 61. Pseudomonas 

corneal ulcers, 
red Proc 21:229, 62. Nervous control of the 

basalar muscle of Oryctes rhinoceros. 
Nature 194:4832, Jun 62. Antl-vIral activi- 
ties of several iodinated pyrididine deoxyribo- 
VIS HOGEN, MICHAEL J,', Sch. Med., Univ. 
California, San Francisco, Cal. 
Investigations on ocular toxoplasmosis 
Am J Ochthal 51:5, 61. 
CMS TUNTURI, ARCHIE R., Sch. Med., Univ. 
Oregon, Portland, Ore. Anatomy and 
physiology of the auditory cortex 
Am J Physiol 201:845, Nov 61. Thalamic 

lesions and soontaneous activity. 
Am J Physiol 204:51, 63. Statistics of 
spontaneous electrical activity of supra-and- 
eotosylvian gyri of the dog. 
Naval Res Rev 1, Sep 64. The brain as a self- 
organizing system. 
Phys Ch Hess , W . C . , Georgetown Univ . , \tesh . , D . C . 

VIS BALLINTINE, ELMER J., Sch. Med., W. Reserve 
U., Cleveland, Ohio Ciliary body 
Am J Ophtha: 52:347, Nov 61. Ciliary 

orocess enzvme svstems. 
Fed Proc 20, Mar 61. Synthesis of ATP 

and ADP at site of aoueous humor production. 
Fsd Proc 20:138, 61 
Am J Oohihal 51:711, 61. 
PHY SCHEER, B.T., Grad. Sch., U. Oregon, Eugene 
Relation of ion transport to membrane 
PC FOLCH-PI, JORDI, McLean Hosp., Belmont, Mass. 

Chemistry of brain lipids and oroteolipids 
Biochim Biophys Acta 49:399, 61. Properties 

of proteoliolds. 
J Neurochem 8:285, 61. Properties of enceph- 
alitoqenic components of bovine nervous tissue. 
Rev Neurol 104:508, 61. Leucodystrophie 

metachromatiaue infantile famillale. 
Cerebral Sphingollpirioses. Academic Press, 
New York p. 179, 62. The chemical pa- 
thology of Krabbe disease and metachromatic 
Biochim eiophys Acta 70:107, 63. Direct 
conversion of sulfatides into cerebrosides. 
Biochim Bionhys Acta 70:218, 63. Structure 

of sulfatides. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 70:481, 63. Tightly- 
bound proteolipid phospholipid in bovine brain 
white matter. 
J Neurochem 10:541, 63. Incorporation of 
14C-amino acids and [l4C|palmitate into 
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Anat Rec 154:427, 66. Central projections of the vestibular 
ganglia innervating specific parts of the labyrinth in the 
rhesus monkey. 
J Comp Neurol 125:41, 65. The medial longitudinal fasciculus 
and disturbances of conjugate horizontal eye movements 
in the monkey. 
Proc 8th Int Congr Anatomists, Wiesbaden, Germany, 
p. 23, 65. Relationships between the MLF vestibular 
nuclei, and nuclei of the extraocular muscles in conjugate 
eye movements. 
Internatiorial Vestibular Symposium, Univ Pennsylvania Press, 
Philadelphia, p. 69, 66. The ascending vestibular system 
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PATH LU3E, SARAH A., Sch. Med., Washington Univ., 
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and destruction of myelin 
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in the brain. 
Arch Neurol 4:139, 61. Ultrastructure of the 

brain in dehydration. 
Develop Biol 3:297, Jun 61. Electron micro- 
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J Neurosurg 18:466, 61. Electron microscopy 

of ootic-nervp alinma. 
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62. Blood vessels in central nervous system 
of opossum. 
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102,62. Myelin and membranes. 
The AHrpnal Cnrtex Paul B Hoeber Co, New f 
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servations on adrenal gland. 
Am J Path 44, (No 2):299, Feb 64. An elec- 
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Am J Path 44, (No4):553, Apr 64. The 

ultrastructure of senile plagues. 
J Neurosurg 20:494, 63. Intracranial suppura- 
tion: A review of 139 consecutive cases with 
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J Neurosurg 20, (No 7):584, 63. Acute 
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electron-microscopic report of 2 patients 
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J Neurosurg 21:479, 64. Ectopic neural tissue of 

occipital bone. 
Neurology 14:114, 64. An electron microscopic 
study of the trigeminal ganglion of the rat poi- 
soned by plasmocide. 
Neurology 14:529, 64. Electron microscopic ob- 
servations on the human substantia nigra. 
Neurology 14:616, 64. Ultrastructure of the lepto- 
meninges in experimental allergic encephalo- 
Am J Path 46:8a, 55. Ultrastructural study of herpes simplex 





MORRIS, RALPH W,, Sch, Pharm., Illinois Univ., 
Chicago, III. Effect of drugs on the 

synthesis of acetylcholine 
J Lab Clin Med 58:779, Nov 61. Methods 
for determining volume of manometer. 
REYF S, RANDALL W., Sch. Med., West Virginia 
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svr.tems in lens development and regeneration 
Am Zool 2:551, 62, Implants of the embryonic 
eye into the anterior chamber of the adult eye 
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intra-ocular. iris imolants. 
Anat Rec 145:275, 63, Studies on lens 
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Pleurodeles waltlii. 



J Exp Zool 151:123, 62. Differentiation and 
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fin ill Amhlystoma nunctatum. 

Proc 20th Growth Symcos, p. 211, 62. Regenera- 
tion in tho amohibian eve. 

Rc ucfie ration , Ronald Press, New Yorl'. 
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NB-01547 GEN McLAURIN, J.W„ Sch. Med., Tulane Univ., 

Mtv; Oclean-i, La. Hereditary hearing 
i(nn.-iirrnpnt and related anomalies 
NB-01548- NEU GOODMAN, DONALD C, Col. Med., Univ. 

Florida, Gainesville, Fla. St'jdies 
on functional anatomy of the cerebellum 

Anrt Rec 139, 61. Long corticofugal fibers in 
corpus cerebelli of the albino rat. 

Anat Rec 142:.i07, 62. Cerebellar function 
in the alliqator. 

E/p Neurol 3:174, 61. Functional localiza- 
in cerebellum of the ?!l)ino rat. 

Am J Med Electron 2, (No 3):239, Jul-Sep 63 . 
A constant current radiofrequency coagulator 
for producing lesions in ne'vous tissue. 

Am Zool 4:33, 64. The evolution of cerebellar 
structure and function 

Anat Rec 145:233, 63. Functional localiza- 
tion in the ceiebeilum of the bird and its bear- 
ing on the evolution of cerebellar function. 

Anat Rec 145-,320, 63. Brain stem projections 
of nucieus fastigii in the albino rat. 

J Como Neurol 121:51, 63. Patterns of local- 
isation in the cerebellar corticonuclear pro- 
jections o( the albino rat. 

Proc Sympos Mod Trends Neuroanat Int Zool,, Washington, D C, Aug 63. Evolution 
of cerebellar function. 

Am Zool 4:33, 64. The evolution of cerebellar 
structure and function. 

Anat Rec 148:292, 64. Cerebellar corticonuclear 
projections of the bird (Anas domesticus). 

Anat Rec 148:331, 6^. Functional localization 
in the striatum and optic tectum of the alligator 
(Caiman sklerops) . 

Anat Rec 118:363, 64. Stimulation of midbrain 
tegmentum in the unanesthetized and intact 
alb:no rat. 

Anat Rec 151:317, 65. Electrical responses to 
auditory stimulation in the chicken telencepha- 

Anat Rec 151:355, 65. Experimental demonstra 
tion of soroutin!! in the visual system of the rat. 

Anat Rec 151:445, 65. Persistence of postural 
asymmetry following spinal cord transection. 

J Comp Neurol 123, (No 1):45, Aug M. Func- 
tional localization in the cerebellum of the bird 
and its bearing on the evolution of cerebellar 

PhD Thesis, Univ Florida, 64. Motor functions 
and their anatomical basis in the forebrain and 
tectum of the alligator. 
NB-01549 PATH ROBERTIS. E., Buenos Aires U., Buenos Aires, 

Ultrastructure of svnaotic endinas 

Anat Rec 145:521, 63. Adrenergic synaptic 
vesicles in the anterior hypothalamus of the rat. 

Bifichem Pharmacol 596, 63. Subcellular local- 
ization of 5-hydroxy-tryBtamine in rat brain. 

J Neurochem 9:23, 62 . Cholinergic and non- 
cholinergic nerve endinqs In rat biain. I. 

J Neurochem 9:503, 62. Cholinergic and non- 
cholinergic nerve endings in the rat brain. II. 

J Neurochem 10:225, 63 . isols.tion of synaptic 
vesicles and structural organization of the 
acetylcholine system within brain nerve endings. 

Life Sci 2:85, 63 . Subcellular distribution of 
glutamic decarboxylase and gamma-aminobutyric 
alpha-ketoglutaric transaminase. 

Natu.-e 194: 794, 62 . Isolation of synaptic 
vesicles from nerve endings of the rat brain. 

Proc ist Int Pharm Mtg 5:49, 63. Contribution 
of electronmicroscopy lo some neuropharmaco- 
logical problems. 
NB-01550 MH GRAHAM, F, U.Wisconsin, Madison 

Psvcholoaical studv of brain-iniured children 

Am J Orthofjsychiat 31:713, 61. Current 
status of behavior tests for brain damage. 

Am Psycho! 16:38, 61. Comments on "What 
price inteliiqence". 

Am Psychol 17:503, 62. Again, "What price 

J Exp Child Psychol 1:26, 64. Learning of 
relative and absolute size concepts in pre- 
school children. 

Proc Assn Kes Nerv Went Dis 39, Ch 8, 62. 
Relationshio of neonatal apnea to develooment 
at three years. 

Psychol Monogr 76, (No 3):53, 62. Develop- 
ment three years after perinatal anoxia and other 
potentially damaging newborn experience. 

Psychol Monogr 77, (No 10), 63. Brain injury 
in the preschool child: Seme devolop.iiental 
considerations. I. Performance of normal chil- 
dren . 

Psychol Monogr 77, (No 11), 63. B/-ain-injury 
in the preschool child: Some developmental 
considerations. 11. Comparison of brain-injured 
and normal children. 
J Como Physiol Psychol 57, (No 3):303, 64. 
Children's response to relative absolute, and 
acsitiori cues in a two-trial size- di:crimination. 
Nti-01554 PHY MARTIN, A. ROBERT, Col. Mtd., Univ. Utah, 

Salt Lake City, Utah Mechanisms of 
irr.nsTiLsicn at the neuromuscular iunction 
Fed Proc 21, Mci-Apr 62. Dual mechanism of 
synaptic transNMssion ir ciliar/ qanqlion. 
NB-01556 END FISKE, VUGINlAfA, Weliesley Col., 

Wellesley, Mass. Neural control of 
the pituitary and pineal 
Ann NY Acad Sci 117, (Art. 1):231, Sep 64. 
Obse'vaticns on adrenal rhythmicity and as- 
sociated phenomena in the rat: Effect of liaht 
on adrenocortical function; maturation of the 
hypothalamic neurosecretory system in relation 
to adrenal secret'on. 
Science 146, ( No. 3641) :253, Oct 64. Serotinin 
.-hylhr.i in the pineal organ: Control by the sym- 
pathetic ner/cus s:'S!em. 
NB-01558 NEU ELLINGSON, ROBERT J., Col. Med., Univ. 

Nebi-asks, Orviaha, Nebr. EEGs and 
cortical evoked resoonses of human infants 
Progr Brain Res 9:26, 64. Studies of the 
electrical activity of the developing human 
Electroencept Clin NeurophysinI 17:463, 64. 14 and 6/sec. 

positive spikes in tvins and triplets. 
Electroenceph Clin Neu:-ophysiol 17:7U, 64. A longitudinal 

studv of EEG develoc;nent ;n human pren^atures. 
Neurological a.':d Electroencephalographic Correlative Studies 
in Inlancy , Giune & Stratton, New York, p. 78, 64. Cere- 
Brai electrical responses to auditory and visual stimuli in 
the infant (human and subliuman studies). 
Progress in Brain R esearch , Elsevier Pub Co, Amsterdam, 
Vol y, p. 2b. b4'. Studies of the electrical activity of the 
developing human brain. 
NB-01559 SD ZWiSLOCKI, J., Syracuse U., N.Y. 

Investigation of the sound transmission 
in the ear 
Annof Otol, v.70,o.599, 61 

J Aooust Son Am 34:1514, Sep 62. Middle- 
ear function. I. Input impedance. 
J Aeoust Soc Am 35:104, Jan 63. Post-mortem 

acoustic imoedance of human ears. 
J Aeoust Soc Am 35, (No 7):1034, Jul 63. 
Analysis of the middle-ear function. 
II. Guinea-piq ear. 
J Speech Hearing Res 6, (No 4):303, Dec 63. 
An acoustic method for clinical examination of 
the ear. 
J Speech Hearing Res 6, (No 4):315, Dec 63. 
Ir^oedance measurements at the eardrum as an 
aid to diagnosis. 
NB-01564 PHY HUGHES, J. R., Sch. Med., Univ. Buffalo, 

Buffalo, N.Y. Stimulation of the 
unanesthetized mesial cortex 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 13 J17, 61. 
Electro-clinical correlation in temporal lobe 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 13.-496, 61. 
Electro-clinical correlations in the positive 
SDike ohenomenon. 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 13:333, 61. 

Temoeral lobe epileosv. 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 13:599, 61. 

Positive soike phenomenon. 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 14:274, 62. 

Hyperventilation in anesthesia. 
Electroenceoh C'in Neurophysiol 14:290, 62. 
Electrical responses from the olfactory bulb of 
the conscious, alert monkey. 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 14-477, 62. 
Supracallosal mesial cortex of mammals. 

I. Monkey. A. Movements by electrical stim- 

Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 14:635, 62. 

Supracallosal mesial cortex of mar:mals. 

li. Mcnkev, B. Responses from olfactory bulb. 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 14:646, 62. 

Supracallosal mesial cortex of mammals. 

II. Monkev. C. Frequency analysis of re- 
.•^Donses from olfactory bulb. 

Fed Proc 20:332, 61. Responses from olfac- 
torv bulb in unanesthetized. conscious monkev. 

Fed Proc 21:350, 62. Motor representation 
on entire supracallosal rresia! cortex of un- 
anesthetized monkeys. 

Proc Am Electroenceoh Soc 99, 62. Oscillos- 
cooic analysis of tl:e teniperai relationships 
in the positive spike phenomenon. 
NB-01565 Al SCHNEIDER, HOWARD A., Rockefeller InsL, 

New v^rk, N.Y. Studies in experimental 

Am J Path 39:103-117, 61. 

Fed Proc 20:266, 263, 41. 

Fed Proc 21 (No 2) Mar-Apr 62. The activation 
cf a latent CNS infection in BRVR mice follow- 
ing introduction of pertussis vaccine. 


Fed Proc 21:2, Mar-Apr 62. The effect of high 
intensity fluorescent illumination of experimen- 
tal allergic encephalomyelitis. 
1 Fed Pfoc 22:2, Mar-Apr 63. Cellular transfer 

of allergic encephalomyelitis in BSVS mice. 
J Exp Med 115:157, Jan 61. Antigen- 

adiuvant composition in EAE. 
Pemyelinisierende Encephalomyelitis, Gustav 
Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart, p. 14, M. Immuno- 
logic aspects of experimental "allergic" ence- 
phalomyelitis in susceptible and resistant mice. 
Ann NY Ac.^d Sci 122:308, 65. The current sUtus of cellular 
transfer of experimental allergic encephalomyelitis: A 
J Neuropath Exp Neuroi 25:311, 66. Response of the 

reticuloendothelial system of inbred resistant and suscep- 
tible mice in the pathogenesis of allergic encephalomyelitis. 
Life Sci 4:1853, 65. Transglutaminase and experimental 

allergic encephalomyelitis. 
Proc 4th Int Syinpos Reticuioendothelial Syst 253, 64. On 
the role of the reticuloendothelial system in experimental 
autoimmune disease. 
NB-01567 NEU FRY, WILLIAM J., Grad. Sch., Univ. Illinois, 

Urbana, III. Fornix-mam.Tiillo-anterior 
nuclear complex 
J Comp Meurol 120:195, Apr 63. Originis and 
distributions of some efferent pathways from 
the mammiilary nuclei of the est. 
Proc Inst Radio Engineer 50:1393, 62. Present 
and future applications of ultrasonics in bio- 
Phvsica! Techniaue? in Biological Research , 
Academic Press, NY, 6, 61. Analysis and 
experimental methods in biological research. 
J Comp Neuroi 120:195, 63. Origins and 
distributions of several efferent pathways from 
the mammiilary nuclei of the cat. 
J Neurophysioi 26 (No 6):S57, 63. Behavioral 
effects of mamir.illothalamic tractotomy in cats. 
NB-01570 PC RAPPORT, MAURICE M., Col. Med., Yeshlva 

Univ., New York, N.V. Chemistry 3nd function 
of brnin plasmalogens 
Ann Rev Biocnem 31:103, 62. Chemistry of 

the lipids. 
Biochemistry 2:646, 63. Biochemistry of plas- 
malogens. III. Concentrations in tissues of 
the rat as a function of age. 
Bid Bull 121:376, Oct 61. The c.,p-unsatur- 

ated ether content of the tissues of mollusks. 
Biol Bulletin 123:485, 62. On the phos- 
phatide composition of sea anemones. 
Fed Proc 20:278, 61. 
Fed Proc 21:293, 62. Comparison of the 

hemolytic activity of various lysophosphatides. 
Fed Proc 22:295, 63. Specificity of snake 
venom phospholipase A in ether and in aqueous 
J Biol Chem 237:329, 62. The biochemistry 
of plasmalogens. I. isolation and characteri- 
zation of phosohatidal choline, a pure native 
J Lipid Res 3:456, 62. The structure of 
plasmalogens. Vl. Configuration of the double 
bond 'T the c,P-nnsaturated ether linkage of 
phosohatidal choline. 
J Lipid Res 4:57, Jan 63. Biochemistry of 
plasmalogens. II. Hemolytic activity of some 
oiasmalooen derivatives. 
J Bio! Chem 239:740, 64. Phospholipid and plas- 
malogen changes during functional differentia- 
tion of adipose tissue in the newborn rat. 
J Lipid Res 5:75, 64. The structure of plasmal- 
ogens. VII, Analysis of mammalian liver 
lipids and tiie interference of vitamin A in the 
NB-01572 PET FELLMAN, JACOB H., Sch. Med., Univ. Oregon, 

Portland, Ore. The chemistry and 
biochemistry of the neurohumorals 
Am .) Clin Path 33:651, 62. A coloriiPetric 
method for the quantitative determination of 
3-methox'y-']-iiydroxymandelic acid in urine. 
Biochim Blophys Acta 56:227, 62. Conform- 
ation of acetylcholine. 
Biochem Pharmacol 11:557, Jul 62. 2,3-Di- 

hvdro-5-hvdrox ytryptam i ne . 
Fed Proc 21, flflar-Apr 62. Chemical method 

for quantitative determination of VMA in urine. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 71:701, 63 Further 
studies on the conformation cf acetylcholine. 
Circ Res 13:392, 63 . The aggregation of 
blood cells by S-hydroxyti-yptamine. 
BibI Anat 7:439, 65. 5-Hydroxytryptamine (serotonin) in 

acute hypotensive shock. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 97:590, 65. The riature cf the active 

ester group of acetylcarnitine. 
Canad J Biochem 43:909. 65. The competitive inhibition of 
amine oxidase with special reference to the carcinoid syn- 
NB-01575 PC BURTON, ROBERT M., Sch. Med., Washington 

Univ., St. Louis, Mo. Biosynthesis 
and metabolism of galactolipids 
Ann NY Acad Sci 96:185, 62. The effect of 
chlorpromazine, nicc'inamide, and nicotinic 
acid on pyridine nucleotide levels of human 



Ann NY Acad Sci 96:353, Jan 62. Effect of 
chlorpromazine o.t nicotinamide methvloherase. 

Biochim Biophys Acta 56:172, 62. Synthesis 
of a rhamnolipid by enzyme preparations from 
Pseudomoiias aeruginosa. 

Biochemistry 2:580, 63. Incorporation nf D- 
glucosamine-lCl4, D-glucose-lCl^, D- 
galactose-lCl4, and DL-5erine-3Cl4 radio- 
activity into rat brain glycolioids. 

EicchemJ 78:813, 61. Equilibrium constant 
of oalactokinase reaction. 

Biochem Pharmacol 11:974, 62. Tetanus toxin 
activity and aanqlioside content of rat brain. 

Fed Proc 21, Mar-Apr 62. incorporation of D- 
glucosamine-lC14 radioactivity into cerebral 

J Neurochem 10:503, 63. The action of 
neuraminidase from Clostridium perfringens on 

J Pharmacol Exp Ther 132:117, 61. Hypoten- 
sive, smooth muscle-contracting principle 
from fetal placenta of the rabbit. 

Fed Proc 23, (No 2), Mar-Apr 64. Ganglio- 
sides and cerebrosides turnover rates in rat 

Int J Neuropharmacol 3:13, 64. Gangliosides 
and acetylcholine of the central nervous system. 
Ill . The binoing of radioactive acetylcholine 
by subcellular particles of the brain. 

J Biol Chem 238, (No 8):2595, Aug 63 . The 
enzymatic synthesis of a rhamnose-containing 
glycolipid by ext.-acts of Pseudomonas aeru- 

Pediatrics 31, (No 6):952, Jun 63 . The 
effect of cxtraccrporeal circulation upon the 
tissue concentration of digoxin-H3 . 

Biochem Tiharmaco! lJ:l677,n6vtr1?egional diS- 
tribution of gangliosides and bound acetycholint: 
in beef brain. 

Biochim Biophys Acta 84:220, 64. Lipid 
composition of a rat-brain synaptic-vesicle 

Biochim Biophys Acta 84:435, 64. Studies on 
the ganglioside micelle. 

Biochim Biophys Acta 84:441, 64. Gangliosides 
and acetylcholine of the centra! nervous system. 

Proc 6th Int Congr Biochem, New York, Jul-Aug 
64. Gangliosides and acetylcholine-containing 
synaptic vesicles of rat brain. 
Proc 9th Int Congr Biochem, 65. The role of lipids in the 
binding and release of neuro-hormones by subcellular par- 
PHY PERL, EDWARD R., Col. Med., Univ. UUh, 
Salt Lake City, Utah Adequate stimuli 
for! and projection mechanisms 

Ann Rev Physiol 25:459, 63. Somatosensory 

Exp Neurol 3:240, 256, 61. 

J Neurophysioi 25:337, 62. Cutaneous pro- 
iection to gracilis neurons. 

J Physiol 164:430, 62. A comparison of 
monosynaptic and polysynaptic reflex responses 
from individual flexor motoneurones. 

J Physiol 164:450, 62. Observations on the 
discharge of flexor motoneurones. 

Proc Int Un Physiol Sci 2:942, 62. Discharge 
of individual flexor motoneurones during mono- 
synaptic and polysynaptic reflexes. 

J Physiol 172, 64. Background and reflex dis- 
charge of syi^.pathetic preganglionic neurons 
in spinal cat. 

J Physiol 173, 64. Characteristics of a spinal 
sympathetic re'lex. 
Fed Proc 25:269, 66. Viscerosympathelic reflexes in the 

spinal cat. 
J Physiol 180:321, 65. Antidromically evoked responses from 

svmoathetic nreaanolionic neurones. 
J Physio! 181:82, 65. Sympathetic activity and the systemic 

circulation in the spinal cat. 
J Physiol 182:404, 66. A movement receptor of the small 

VIS ALPERN, MATHEW, Med. Sch., Univ. Michigan, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. Psychophysiological 
studies of ocular abnormalities 

Am J Ophthal 51:1193, Jun 61. Hereditary retino- 

Am J Ophthal 52, Nov 61. Vergence and accom- 
modation. V. Puoil size chanaes. 

Fed Proc 20, Mar 61. Photopupillary kinetics 
in normal man. 

J Optical Soc Am 51:1379, Dec 61. Photic 
driving of the critical flicker fteouencv. 

Invest Ophthal Z:520, 63. The color vision 
of the carriers of albinism. 

Invest Ophthal Z:284, 63. Certain optical con- 
sequences of the deficiency in tJie concentra- 
tion of some photostable pigments in the albino 

J Gen Physiol 47:265, 63. The dependence of 
the photopupil response on flash duration and 



J Opt Soc Am 53:521, 63. Entoptic stray 

light from halation in the fundus. 
PhD Thesis, Univ [Michigan, Ann Arbor, 63. 
Visual acuity under conditions that induce size 
Arch Ophthal 74:154, 65. II5 Specificity in digltoxin 

Arch Ophthal 74:334, 65. II 1 Cone monochromatism. 
Arch Ophthal 74:610, 65. Typical total monochromacy. 
J Gen Physiol 49. (No 3):405, 66. The blue arcs of the retina. 
J Opt Soc Am, (No 6):723, 65. Spectral transmittance of 

visible light bv the living human eve. 
Science 149, (No 3687) :989, 65. Response of the pupil to 
steady-state retinal illumination: Contribution by cones. 
NB-01581 BBC GORDY, "., Roswell Park Memoriallnst., Buf- 

falo Development of biophysical instru- 
NB-01582 PET CONDOURIS, GEORGE A., Sch. H/led., Dent., 

Seton Hall Col., Jersey City, N.J. 
Mechanism of nerve block by drugs 
Biochem Pharmacol 8:97, 61. 
Biochem Pharmacol 8:330, Aug 6'. Mechanism 

nf nerinheral nerve hinck 
Fed Proc 21:341, 62. Enhanced action of 

cocaine on peripheral nerves. 
J Am Dent Soc Anesthesiol 8:3, Mar 61. New 
information on mechanism of peripheral nerve 
block with local anesthetics. 
Pharmacologist 4, Fall 62. Block of nerve 

conduction bv MAO inhibitors. 

WaTTi re 2 U 4, (No ~4953) :57, Ott 64. Potentiation 
of the nerve-depressant effect ot local anaesthe- 
tics by carbon dioxide. 

NB-01586 VIS SMITH, O.W., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. 

Development of distance oerceotion in children 
Am J Psychol 75:624, Dec 62. Pictorial recog- 
nition as an unlearned ability. 
Percept Motor Skills 15:455, 62. An illusion 

of parellelism. 
Proc Nat Res Counc Comm Vision, p. 1, 27, 
Mar 61. 
NB-01587 VIS WISE, G.N. ,Sch. Med., New York Univ., N.Y.C. 

Neovascularization of retinal vascular 
Am J Ophthalmol, v. 51, p. 797, v. 52, p. 371, May 61 
Arch Ophthalmol, V. 65, 0.11, 2, 61 

Am J Ophthal 52, Sep 61. Descemet's wrin- 
kles in diabetes. 
Am J Ophthal 52, Nov 61. Factors influencing 
retinal new vessel formation. 
NB-01588 CMS GOLDMAN, JOSEPH L., Mt. Sinai Hosp., N.Y.C. 

Basic concepts in stapedial suraerv 
Laryngoscope 72:169, Feb 62. Teflon as pros- 
thetic material. 
NB-01590 SO RIESEN, A.H., U. Chicago, III. 

Vision in special environments — Developmental 
Exp Cell Res 25:348, 61. Altered structure 
and composition of retinal cells in dark-reared 
J Exp Psychol 64:142, 62. Hue generaliza- 
tion and hue discriminabilitv in M. mulatta. 
J Nerv Ment Dis 132:21, 61. Perceptual de- 
velopment using technique of sensory depri- 
Science 134:1626, 61. Electroretinogram of 

the visuallv deprived cat. 
Functions of Varied Experience, Dorsey Press, 
Homewood, III, 61. Stimulation as require- 
ment for growth and function in behavioral de- 
NB-01592 NEU LAMBERT, EDWARD H., Mayo Assn., Rochester, 

Minn Conduction velocity of nerves 
Arch Derm 85:325, Mar 62. Congenital ab- 
sence of pain, 
dibi Psychiat Neurol 114:120, 63. Die 

experimentelle diphtherische polyneuritis. 
Deutsch Z Nervenheilk 86:1160, Sep 61. Ein 
myasthenisches syndrom mit enger beziehung 
zu qewissen malignen intrathorakalen tumoren. 
Deutsch Z Nervenheilk 183:268, 62. Funkion- 
sprufungen peripherer nerven bei experiment- 
ellen polvneuritiden. 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 22:9, 63. 
Diagnostic value of electrical stimulation of 
motor nerves. 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 22:29, 63. 
Nerve function studies in experimental poly- 
Excerpta Med 38:163, 61. Nerve conduction 
studies in experimental polyneuritis and thall- 
ium poisoning. 
Muench Med Wschr 104:123, Jan 62. Das 

Neurology 11:275, Apr 61. Neuropathies asso- 
ciated with diabetes mellitus. 
Neurology 13:1, Jan 63. Charcot-Marie-Tooth 
disease: Nerve conduction and clinical studies 
of a large kinship. 
Trans Am Neurol Assn 86:207, 61. Conduc- 
tion velocity of nerves in family with Charcot- 
Marie-tooth disease. 

Myasthenia Gravis. C C Thomas, Springfield, 
III, 362, 61. Myasthenic syndrome occasion- 
ally associated with bronchial neoplasm. 
Myasthenia Gravis . C C Thomas, Springfield, 
III, 435, 61. Neuromuscular conduction in 
myasthenia gravis and related disorders. 
Neuromuscular Disorders. Williams and Wilkins 
Co, Baltimore, 247, 61. Neurophysiological 
techniques useful in study of neuromuscular 
NB-hl594 CV LYONS, HAROLD A., Downstate Med. Cr., 

SUte Univ. N.Y., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Respiratory abnormalities in cerebral trauma 
Am J Med 36:3, Mar 64. Silo filler's disease: 
Clinical, physiologic and pathologic study of 
3 patient. 
Proc Am Physiol Soc Ann Mlg, Houston, Texas, Aug 66. 
Ventilatory effects of progesterone on acute metabolic acido- 
sis and alkalosis with soecial reference to the changes in 
cerebrospinal fluid. 
NB-01597 PHY PLUM, F., Sch. Med., Univ. Washington, 

Seattle The neuro-chemical control 
of respiration in humans 
Am J Med 30:849, 61. Neurologic basis of 

Chevne-Stokes resoiration. 
Am J Physiol 202:221, Feb 62. Pulmonary 

air embolism during decerebralion 
Arch Neurol 7:10, Jul 62. Brainstem dysfunc- 
tion with suoratentorial mass lesions. 
Clin Res 9:75, 61. Effects on periodic breathing 

of altering respiratory threshold. 
Clin Res 10:185, 62. Impaired non-chemical 

respiratory drives in brain disease. 
Excerpta Med 39, 61. Breathing abnormalities 

resulting from CNS disease. 
JAMA 191:1050, Sep 62. Neurologic signifi- 
cance of oosthyperventilation apnea. 
Trans Am Neurol Assn 39, 61. Neurogenic 
factors in periodic breathinq. 
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NEU WOOD, CD., U. Arkansas, Little Rock 
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Fed Proc 22, (No 2):454, Apr 63. Vascular 
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Pharmacologist 4 , (No 2):180, Fall 62. A 
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Pharmacologist 4, (No 2):181, Fall 62. Vas- 
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NEU AUSTIN, GEORGE, Sch. Med., Univ. Oregon, 
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Fed Proc 25:509, 66. Calcium effects on Aplysia membrane 

Physiologist 8:104, 65. Osmolality effects on Aplysia 

VIS ARMALY, MANSOUR F., Sch. Med., State Univ. 

Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa Neurogenic 
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Invest Ophthal 1:480, Aug 62. Accomodation 
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EENT Dig 26:bl, Apr M. The organo-silicones 
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Invest Ophthal 2:591, 63. The effect of external 
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I. Variations with magnitude of compression and 
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Invest Ophthal 2:599, 63. The effect of external 
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II. Recovery: Tonographic changes and the in- 
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NEU NAT5TUK, W.L., Col. Phys. Surg., Columbia 
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HED JONES, M.H., U. California, Los Angeles 

Outcome of pregnancy complicated by viral 
CB SHANKLIN, W.M., Med.C. Virginia, Richmond 

Formerly Am. U., Beirut, Lebanon 
A histological study of neurosecretion in man 
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J Anat 97:533, 63. Histochemical reactions 
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York, N.Y. The containment of experi- 
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Frequency meter for nystagmus analysis. 
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A model of the vestibulo-ocular reflex . 
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J Pharmacol Exp Ther 135:39, Jan 62. 
Acetylcholine and nictitatina membrane. 

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J Pharmacol Exp Ther 138:181, Nov 62. 
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J Pharmacol Exp Ther 139:312, Mar 63. Non- 
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Arch Exp Pharmak 246:8, 63. Die wirkuns 
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J Pharmacol 139:312, 63 . The pressor re- 
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J Pharmacol Exp Ther 141, (No 2):195, Aug 
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J Pharmacol Exp Ther 141, (No 3):301, Sep 
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J Pharmacol Exp Ther 142, (No 2):163, Nov 
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J Pharmacol Exp Ther 142, (No 3):335, Dec 

63. Time course of changes in sensitivity 
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Naunyn Schmiedeberg Arch Exp Path 248:39, 

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Pharmacol Rev 15:225, 63. Supersensitivity 

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J Pharmacol Exp Ther 145, (No 2):151, Aug 64. 
The norepinephrine stores of isolated atria of 
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J Pharmacol Exp Ther 146:99, 64. Studies of 
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dextrorotatory isomers of norepinephrine and epinephrine. 
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nictitating membrane of the spinal cat after chronic dener- 
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hormone across the placenta. 
Exp Neurol 6:30, 62. Anticonvulsive effects 

of 2,4 dichloroacetic acid. 
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Life Sci 3, (No 12) , Dec 64. Evidence for a 
, direct effect of thyroid hormone on maturation 

of nervous tissue grown in vitro. 
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NB-01718 BS HIRSH, I.J. , Central Inst. Deaf, St. Louis, Mo. 

Psvrlinlnav nf rnmmiiniraHnns HisorHprs 
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Am J Psychol 74:27, 61. 
NB-01721 SD HURVICH,L.M., New York Univ., N.Y.C. 

Visual processes— Adaptive and temporal 
NB-01722 CB BOLDEN, THEODORE E., Col. Med. & Dent., 

Seton Hall College, Jersey City, N.J. 
The effect of aqe on rat exorbltal glands 
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age on the exorbotal lacrimal gland of the rat. 
II. Quantitative analysis. 
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Regeneration of nervous systems 
Acta Med Scand 170:775, 61. Signs of 
hypoxia caused by hyperventilation during 
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reflexes during deaeneration and regeneration. 
Exp Neurol 5:218, 62. Nerve regeneration. 
J Trauma 1:139, 61. 

Proc 4th Int Congr Neuropath 453, Sep 61. 
Regenerative caoacitv of dorsal root ganglion. 
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The neurologic examination of the young in- 
NB-01725 NEU RAYPORT, MARK, A. Einstein Col. Med., Yeshiva 

Univ., N.Y.C. Neurophysiological corre- 
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Biophysics and neuroohvsiologv of the inner ear 
Ann Otol 70:556, Jun 61. Age, noise and 

hearing loss. 
Ann Otol 70:1024, Dec 61. Electrical 
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Madison, Wis. Phospholipids and 
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Biochim Biophys Acta 84:550, 64. The chroma- 
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Biochim Biophys Acta 84:563, 64. The incorpora- 
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Biochim Biophys Acta 90:176, 64. Effect of pre- 
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J Biol Chem 239:2123, 64. The enzymatic acyla- 

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Biochim Biophys Acta 115:219, 66. Effects of calcium 
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Proc Nat Acad Sci 55:779, 66. Alkylation of a brain trans- 
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Arch Biochem 104, (No 1):97, Jan 64. Neo- 
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Arch Biochem 105:319, 64. Human hepato- 
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Arch Neurol 11:341, Oct 64. Tissue copper pro- 
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NEU CRiTCHLOW, VAUGHN, Sch. Med., Baylor Univ., 
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hyiJOtnal.Titiic control of qoriadotroohin release 
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activitv witli interruation of stria terminalis. 
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Neuro Russell , J .R. , Indiana Univ. . Bloominoton . Ind. 
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SD Wilson, F.M., Inuicna, Indiananoiis, Ind. 

PHY DALTON, J.C, U. Buffalo, N.Y. 

A comparative study of nerve membrane 
Am J Physiol 202:491, Mat 62. Temperature 
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NEU MOUNTCASTLE, V.B., Johns Hopkins U., Bait. 
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Fed Proc 22:394, 63, The functional proper- 
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J Neurophysiol 26:100, 63. Functional proper- 
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J Neurophysiol 26:466, 63. The activity of 
brain-stem respiratory neurons and spinal res- 
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J Neurophysiol 26:478, 63. The segmental 
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PHY WOODBURY, J. WALTER, Grad. Sch., Univ. 
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J Physiol 169:553, 63. Correlation of micro- 
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Am J Physiol 207:173, 64. Pulsatile pressures 

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Arch Derm 83:402, Mar 61. Alkaline phos- 
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Arch Derm 85:106, Jan 62 . Cholinesterases 
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Arch Derm 85:325, Mar 62. Congenital 
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Cancer 14:1001, Sep-Octfal. Juvenile mela- 
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J Comp Neurol 117:27, Aug 61. Histochem- 
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J Dent Res 41, Jan-Feb 62. The mammalian 
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J Invest Derm 37:481, Dec 61 . A whole-mount 
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J Neuropath E:<p Neurol 21:655, Oct 62. Effect 
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Blood Vessels and Circulation, Pergamon Press, 
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Cancer 16:665, May 63. An enzymatic study. 

Neurology 13:91, Feb 63. Cholinesterase 
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Evolutionary and Genetic Biology of F'fimates , 
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J Dent Res 43, (No 3):447, May-Jun 64. Nerve 
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ii^onlreal, Canada Neurophysrolog-c 
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Arch Biochem 96, (No 2):246, Feb 62 . The 
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Arch Biochem 99:414, 62. Tissue slice res- 
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Arch Biochem 100:32, 63. The isolation of 
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Biochem J 83:34, 62. Acetylcholine-like 
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Biochem J 83:341, 62 . Substances v/ith 
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J Pharmacol Exp Ther 135:230, Feb 62. 
Anesthetics and brain esters. 

Rev Canad Biol 2i;439, Sep-Dec 62. Biochem- 
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sucirior cervical ganglion ot the cat. 
6-1759 Neuro Kell , J. F. . Jr., Med. Col. Virginia, Richmond, Va. 

■ NB-0176E PET HUFFMAN, JOHN W., Grad. Sch., Inst. Tech., 

A'.lai:ia, Georgia A possible synthetic 

route to the iboqa alkaloids 
J Org Cnem 27:503, 62. Synthesis of 3-(2- 
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Philadelphia Carbohydrate configura- 
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J Insect Physiol 6:222, 61. Role of olfaction 
in alcohol ingestion by blowfly. 
NB-01771 VR HOGUE, M.J., Sch. Med., U. Pennsylvania, Phila- 

delphia Viruses in tissue cultu.-es of 
mammalian brain cells 
Am Zool 1, 61. Effect of poliomyelitis on 
guinea pig brain cells. 
NB-01773 NEU O'LEARY, J. L., Sch. Med., Washington U., St. 

Loi'is, Wo. Dendritic and axonal plexuses — 
Primate frontal cortex 
NB-01777 NEU HUNT, WILLIAM E., Col. Med., Ohio State 

Univ., Columbus, Ohio Conduction in experimental hyperpathia 
NB-01778 NEU FREEMAN, L.W., Indiana U., Indianapolis 

Experimental spinal cord injury by-pass 
Clin Neurosurg 8:294, 62. Experimental ob- 
servations upon axonal regeneration in the 
transected spmal cord of mammals. 
Clin Orthop 27:83, 63. Considerations in late 

stages of oost-traumatic soinal problems. 
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PHY EDV,ARDS, CH.*r;LES, Sch. Med., Univ. 
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HM LINDSLEY, DOfMLD B., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

California, Los Angelas, Cal. in Russian iieuro- 
NEU BUCY, PAUL C, Chicago Wesley Mem. HosD., 
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cerebral oeduiicit. 
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in man. 
PATH SULKiW, NORMAN M,, Bowman Gray Sch. Med., 
Winstop-Salem, U.C. Ultrastructure 
of nerve cells in experimental aging 
Am J Anat 110:199, Mar 62. Compensatory 
renal iiyperplasia following experimental 
surgical deletions of the kidney complement. 
Exp Cell Res 22:108, 61. Submicroscopic 
vesicular component of subesophageal body 
and pericardial cells of qrasshopoer. 
J Cell Biol 12:637, 62. Fine structures of 
Pigment inclusions in test cells of the ovary 
of Stye la, 
J Morph 109:289, 61. Cytological studies on 
subecophageal body cells and pericardial cells 
in embr,'os of orasshoooer. 
Lab Invest 11:600, Aus 62. An electron 

microscope study of the VValker tumor. 
Proc 5th Int Cong Electron Microsr, Academic 
Press, Ne.v York, VV-8, Aug 62. Mito- 
ciiondrial alterations in liver cells rollowing 
vitamin E-deficiency. 
Structural Aspects of Ageing , Pitman Medical 
Publishing Co, Ltd, London, Ch 12, 62. 
Ageing of the nerve cell . 
Anat Rec 1^8:341, 64. Electron microscopic 
studies of nucleolar phenomena in hepatic and 
autonomic ganglion cells of the rat following 
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VIS JOHNSON, Sister M.B., St. Joseph C, West 

Hartford, Conn. Carotenoids of starfish 
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NSS TJouin, :). A., Leonartf Wood Memorial, N.Y.C. 

WHO Tech Rep Ser, p. 3, 61 
NSS Gozzano, M. , World Fed. Neuro. , Antwerp, Belgium 

Med Ch Hite, G.J., Howard Univ., Washington, D.C. 
BBC CRAVEN, BRYAN M., Unfu. Pittsburgh, 
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on barbiturates 
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Acta Cryst 16:950, 63. The crystal structure of 

anhydrous dilitunc acid. 
Anal Biochera 3:150, 62. Preparation, analy- 
sis and x-ray diffraction identification of bar- 
biturate silver salts. 
Acta Cryst 16:20, 63. The crystal structure 

of cytosine monohydrate. 
Acta Cryst 16:166, 63. The crystal structure 

of anhydrous barbituric acid. 
Acta Cryst 17:147, 64. The crystalstructure 

of alloxan. 
Acta Cryst 17:282, 64. Tlie crystal structure 
_ of ammonium barbiturate. 
Acta Cryst 17:407,T2r."Tlie crystal structure o7 
perdeuterated violuric acid monohydrate. The 
x^ray di/fraction analysis. 
Acta Cryst 17:415; 54.~The"cFysiaisTructure of 
perdeuterated violuric acid monohydrate. The 
neutron diffraction analysis. 
Acta Cryst 17:891, 64. The crystal structure of 
the monoclinic form of dilituric acid trihydrate. 
Acta Cryst 19:717, 65. The crystal structure of 5, 5'- 

dihydroxybarbituric acid trihydrate. 
Acta Cryst 19:726, 65. The crystal structure of DL-allantoin. 
Acta Cryst 19:1051, 65. A reinvestigation of the crystal 

struct ure o f dial uric acid monohydrate. 

NEU TDefi?lVER, W., Indiana U., Sch.7SI?J7 Indianapolis 
Validation study of the nvramidal syndrome 
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NEU ALPERS, BERNARD J., Jefferson Med. Col., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Compensatory brain 
circulation in vascular occlusion 
Arch Neurol 8:644, Jun 63. Massive cerebral 

Trans Am Neurol Assn, 62. Clinical and patho- 
logical correlation of massive cerebral hemor- 







.':rch Neurol 8:398, Apr 63 . Circle of Willis in 

cerebral vascular disorders. 
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oxidation in the retina. 
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J Biol Chem 237:677, Mar 62. Enzymatic 
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retina. III. The role of reduced triphosphopyri- 
dine nucleotide in the visual cycle. 
Arch Ophthal 70:531, 63. Fluorescence in the 

tapetum of the cat's eye. 
Fed Proc 23:527, 64. Vitamin A esterification 

in the retina. 
J Biol Chem 239:81, 64. Metabolism of the 
retina. IV. The composition oT vitamin A ester 
synthesized by the retina. 
Invest Ophthal 3:44], 64. The fatty acid com- 
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J Biol Chem 239:4073, 64. Metabolism of retina. 
V. The role of microsomes in vitamin A esteri- 
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J Biol Chem 239:4077, 64. The composition of 
liver vitamin A ester and the synthesis of vita- 
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PHY WALSH, RAYMOND R., Sch. Med., Univ. 
Colorado, Denver, Colo. Action of 
surface-active agents on nerves 
Fed Proc 21:314, 62. Effect of surfactants of 

contractilitv of frog sartotius muscles. 
Fed Proc 20:346, 61. Action of acetylcholine 

on surfactant-Dretreated nerves. 
Physiologist 4:132, 61. Action of surfactants on 
loss ind uptake of various substances bv nerves 
Physiologist 4:132, 61. Effect of surfactants 
upon rubidium effliDC from froa sciatic nerves. 
Biochem Pharmacol 12:451, 63. Conduction 
block produced by acetylcholine in cetvltri- 
mcthylammonium-treated frog nerves. 
Biochem Pharmacol 12:600, 63. The effect of 
cetyltrimethylammonium on the uptake of so- 
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Am J Physiol 207:397, 64. Effects of surfactants 

on the twitch tension of frog isaitcrius muscle. 
Biochem Pharmacol 13:801, 64. Curare protection 

against succinylcholine action on muscle. 
Pliysi^ogistr:27B76ff.^Tf\e effect of changeTof 
the ionic environment upon the rubidium loss 
from frog sartorius muscle. 
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rubidium loss from frog sartorius muscles. 
PHY RALPH, C.L., U. Pittsburgh, Pa. 
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Gen Comp Endocr 2:347, Aug 62. Hypothala.Tius 
and frog melanonhores. 
PET Gilger, A. P., Western Reserve Univ., Cleveland, Ohio 

CMS MILOJEVIC, BOSKO, State Univ. Iowa, Iowa 
City, Iowa Eighth nerve dysfunction in 
neurological disorders 
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Ann Occup Hygiene, v. 3, p. 6, 61 

J Speech Hearing Ois 27:301, Nov 62. The 

anatomical locus of presbycusis. 
J Auditory Res 4:55, 64. Use of the Bekesy 

audiometer technique in animal research. 
J Speech Hearing Dis 29, (No 1):36, Feb 64. 
A report on the use of the Bekesy audiometer 
in the p erformance of the Stenger test. 
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centers of the laryngeal muscles in the cat and 
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levels of elderly in Jamaica. A pilot survey. 
Electrosnceph Clin Neurophysio! 13:78, 65. 
Vertigo and the electroencephalogram. 
Acta QtoLaryng, Vol 6, 66. Simultaneous stimulation of the 
otolith organs and semicirular canals. 
Acta OtoLaryng, Vol 61, 66. Response of the vocal folds to 
electrical stimulation of the inferior frontal cortex of the 
squirrel monkey. 
Acta OtoLaryng, (Suppl) 213:55, 66. Comparative studies in 

bone conduction in cats, dogs, guinea pigs, and rats. 
Proc Sympos Role Vestib Organs Exploration Space, U.S. 
Naval School Auiation Med, Pensacola, Fla, Jan 65. In- 
fluence of the otoliths on tlie duration of post-caloric 
Proc World Congr Otolaryng, 66. Caloric second.vy phase 

Trans Am Neurol Assn 88:291, 63. Quantitative study of 










NB-02785 MET SMITH, MARION E., Veterans Admin. Hosp., 

Palo Alto, Cal. Biosynthesis of lipids 
in cjtccrimental demyelination 

J Neurocheni 10:531, 63. The effect of fasting 
on Moid metabolism of the central nervous 
system of the rat. 

J Neurochem 11:29, 64. Lipid biosynthesis in 
the central nervous system in experimental 
allergic encephalomyelitis. 

AM N Y Aea-d-? c i 12 2 : 9 5, Ma*' 65. Lip i d b i ftSyn- 
thesis in llie central nervous system in experi- 
mental allergic encephalomyelitis. 

Pvat 6th ini Congf Biochem, New Ysfk, jul-Aug 

64. Labile and stable lipids of rat brain frac- 

NB-02786 NEU CORDEAU, J. PIERRE, Univ. Montreal, 

Montreal, Quebec, Canada Electro- 

physiological study of extraovramidal system 
Proc Canad Fed Blol Soc 5:41, 62. Subcortical 
microelectrode studies in monkeys with pos- 
tural tremor. 
Proc Canad Fed Biol Soc 5:43, 62. Effects of 
electrical stimulation of basal ganglia in 

awake monkeys. 

DeJONG, R.N., U. Michigan, Ann Arbor 
Further tilt-table studies of cerebro- 
vascular disease ' 
NASHOLD, BLAINE S., Jr., Duke Univ., 
Durham, N.C. Effects of extrapyramidal 
lesicns on cerebral palsy 
SRIBNEY, MICHAEL, Sch. Med., Yale Univ., 
NewHaven, Conn. Chemistry and metabolism 
of the nervous system 
LONG, CHARLES, Highland View Hosp., Cleveland, 
Ohio Electromyographic kinesiology of the 
Arch Phys Med 450, Sep 62. Electromyographic 
kinesiology of the hand. III. Lumbricalls and 
flexor digitorum profundus to the long finger. 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 5:^09, 64. Objective measure- 
ment of muscle tone in the hand. 
J Bone Joint Surg 8:1683, 64. ElectromyographTg" 
kinesiology of the hand: Muscles moving the 
long finger. 

RB-02796 PHY HODES, ROBERT, Mount Sinai Hosp., N.Y.C. 

Studies on caudal brainstem synclironizing 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 14:220, 62. 
Electrocortical synchronization resulting from 
reduced proprioceptive drive. 
Fed Proc 20, Mar 61. ECS in cats from reduc- 
tion of proprioceptive drive caused by muscle 
Arch Ital Biol 102, 64. Electrocortical desyn- 
chronization resulting from soinal block: Evi- 
dence for synchronizing influences in the cervi- 
cal cord. 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 15:651, 63. 
Electrocortical synchronization produced by 
unilateral intervention at the cervical cord level. 
Exp Neurol 9:36, 64. Ocular phenomena in the 

two stages of sleep in the cat. 
Fed Proc 22:638, 63. Production of sleep by 

low-frequency stimulation in chronic cats. 
Fed Proc 23:208, 64. Lower cortical thresh- 
old in rapid eye movement periods than during 

_ sleep. 

NB-02797 PHY MORGANE, P.J., U. Tennessee, Memphi s 

Neural organization of the hypothalamic 
satiety area 
Science 133:887, 61. 
Anat Rec 139:257, 61. 
Clin Res 9:148, 61. 
NB-02798 PHY SUGIOKA, KENNETH, Sch. Med., Univ. North 

Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. Effects 
of ventilation on oxygen and carbon dioxide 
tensions of brain 
Pediatrics 33, (No 55:672, May 64. Relation- 
ships of Po= , PcoB , and pH to onset of breath- 
ing of the term lamb as studied by a flow-through 

cuvette electrode assembly. 

NB-02799 RAD BOGART, R., Grad. Sch., Oretate Univ., Corval- 

lis Late radiation damage to central nerv- 
ous system 
NB-02800 PHY GORDON, MALCOLM W., Inst. Living, Hartford, 

Conn. Homeostatic mechanisms in brain 
Biochem Pharmacol 6:273, 61. Influence of 
epinephrine and norepinephrine on the accumu- 
lation of amphetamine-l-Cl4. 
J Neurochem 9:161, 62. Disposition of fl^Cf 

amohetamine in rat brain. 
Recent Advances in Rinlnaical Psvchiatrv. 
Plenum Press, Ch 19:221, 63. Transport of 

a-aminoisobutvric acid between blood and bra in. 

NB-02801 VIS JACOBSON, J.H., N.Y. Eye, Ear Infirmary, N.Y.C. 

Clinical electroretinoqraohy 
Acta Ophthal (Kbh) 40:313, 62. Computer 

analysis of the ERG. 
Arch Ophthal 67:321, Mar 62. Hereditary 

choroidoretinal degeneration. 
Arch Ophthal 67:456, Apr 62. Unilateral 

retinitis pigmentosa sine pigmento. 
Arch Ophthal 67:791, 62. Effects of optic 
nerve section on the ERG. 

NB-02803 CMS ELLIOTT, D.N., Col. Liberal Arts, Wayne State U., 

Detroit, Mich. Effect of auditory 
fatigue upon discrimination 
J Acoustical Soc Am 34:212 Feb 62. Audi- 
tory fatigue and intensity discrimination. 
Ann Rev Psychol 15:57, 64. Review of auditory 

J AcftUSt sat AW 36, ( N tt 4 7 : 7 52, Aft (A. Ef f Mt 
of monaural fatigue upon pitch matching and dis- 
J Aeoust SflfA m 36, tNfl 6M1 9 5, Jun 64. E f fMt 
of repeated exposure to high-intensity sound. 
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Auditory training and subjective hearing aid 
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Chicago, III. Objective measurement of 
midd'e ear function 
Arch Otolaryng 77:376, Apr 63. The stability 

of the occlusion effect. 
Laryngoscope 74, (No 1):55, Jan 64. Inter- 
aural phase and intensity relationships: The 
Weber Test. 
Laryngoscope 74, (No 3):359, Mar 64. Ob- 
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The Eus tachia n tube. 

J Acoust SoTAm 36, (No 7):1392, Jul 64. 
Lateral izing effects of interaural phase dif- 
Acta Otolaryng 60:223, 65. Experimental studies on sound 

transmission in the human ear, VI. 
Arch Otolaryng 82:603, 65. Reconstruction of ossicular cffaTn 
in incus defects. 
NB-02808 NBP FRENCH, JOHN D., Sch. Med., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Special clinical research project- 
Am J Psychiat 119:544, 62. Motivation and 

ability to move. 
Arch Neurol 6:80, 62. Surgical treatment of 

Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 13:308, 61. 
Observations on recording and stimulation of 
globus pallidus and thalamus in man. 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 15:146, 63. 
Use of depth electrode studies as an aid for 
surgical selection of patients with bilateral 
temporal foci. 
Electroenceph Clin Neurphysiol 15:287, 63. 
The problem of periodicity in the electro- 
encephalogram: Studies in the cat. 
J Neurosurg 18:258, 61. Stereotaxic instrument 
for pallidothalamectomy in Parkinson's disease 
J Neurosurg 18:371, 61. Surgical aspects in 

behavioral neurophysiology. 
Neurology 12:754, 62. Electrophysiologic invest- 
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Physiologist 5:118, 62. Altered electrical 
activity of human hippocampus and amygdala 
induced by LSD-25. 
Progr Neurobiol 5:258, 62. Normal and ab- 
normal oscillatory phenomena in the electrical 
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Science 139:1212, 63. Plasma corticos- 
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Sci Am 206:142, 62. The analysis of brain 

Trans Am Neurol Assn 86:135, 61. Physiological 
and anatomical influences on dystonia. 

Trans Am Neurol Assn 87:248, 62. Depth elec- 
trode studies of thalamus and basal ganglia in 
movement disorders in man. 

Information Storage and Neural (Control , C C 
Thomas, Springfield, III, p, 1, 63. How can 
models from information theory be used in 

Symposium on Biotelemetrv, Pergamon Press, 
London, p. 287, 62. Potential for telemetry 
in the recording of brain waves from animals 
and men exposed to the stress of space flight. 

Ann NY Acad Sci 12:33, 64, Evoked responses 
recorded from the depths of the human brain. 

Arch Gen Psychiat 9:89, 63, Stress- 
responsive indole substance. 

Arch Neurol 8:388, 63. Depth electrode stud- 
ies of thalamus and basal ganglia. 

Arch Neurol 8:621, 63. Stereotactic surgery 
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J Neurosurg 20:827, 63. Clinical applications 
of studies on stereotactically implanted elec- 
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Life Sci 9:697, 63. Effect of alpha-methyl 
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Med Clin N Am p. 1591, 63. Medical and 
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JPediat 67:46, 65. Observations on Huntington's chorea in 

Proc Int Neurol Congr Vienna, Sep 65. Behavioral studies of 

patients with implanted depth electrodes. 
Recent Advances Biol Psychiat 7, 64. Actions of lysergic acid 
diethylamide on averaged human cortical evoked responses to 
light flash. 
igB-02811 NEU McADAMS,A.J., Children's Hosp., Oakland, Cal. 

Hemodynamic factors in anoxic brain damage 
" NB-02812 NEU WADA, JUHN A., Univ. British Columbia, 

Vancouver, B.C., Canada Chronic 
focal epileptogenic lesions and deep 
Arch Neurol 9:69, Jul 63. Central aromatic amine 

levels and behavior. 

J Neuropsychiat 4:251, Apr 63. Behavioral and 
EEC correlated of modified levels of brain 
neurohumoral agents. 

Science 134:1688, Nov 61/ Epileptogenic 
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J Neuropsychiat 4, (No 6):413, Jul-Aug 63. 
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Recent Advances Biol Psychiat 5:161, 63. 
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Longitudinal analysis of chronic epileptoaenic 
brain process. 
Epilepsia 5:321, 64. Chronic focal cortical epi- 
leptogenic lesion and behavior. 
"TiB-02813 CMS IRWIN, ORVIS C, Univ. Wichita, Wichita, ' 

Kansas A longitudinal study of 
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Folia Phoniatrica 14:23, 62. Elevation and 
tilting of vocal folds as a function of vocal 
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J Auditoiv Res 1:294, 61. Evaluation of 

Reaer-Newbv hearing test. 
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change in Southern Negro males. 

B^J814 PhysCh Koenig, V.L. , Northwestern Univ. , Chicago, 111. 

> NB-02816- PHY LLOYD, DAVID P.C., Rockefeller Inst., 

New York, N.Y. Neuroglandular 
Excerpta Med 38:98, 61. Afferent channels 

for sudomotor reflexes. 
Proc Nat Acad Scl 47:351, 358, 61. 
Proc Nat Acad Sci 48:814, 62. The classiH- 

cation of galvanic skin reflex afferent fibers. 
Proc Nat Acad Sci 49:492, 63. Evidences of 
_ thermal sweating in the footpad of the cat. 

Advances in Biology of Skin, Pergamon Press, 
New York, 3, 62. Secretion and reabsorption 
in eccrine sweat glands. 
J Physiol 169:116, Sep 63. Action of phen- ' 
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of sweat glands. 
J Physiol 175:74, 64. Action of guanethidine and bretylium 

on transmission to sweat glands in the cat. 
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New York, ^.Llb, 6S. Cholinergy and adrenergy in the neural 
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SD Nixon, J.C, Los Angeles Fdn. Otology, Los Angeles, Cal 

J Acoust Soc Am 33:904, Jul 61. 
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VR BERMKOPF, HANS, Hebrew University-Hadassah 

Med. Sch., Jerusalem, Israel Immunolog- 
ical studies on trachoma virus 
Ann NY Acad Sci 98:62, 62. Correlation be- 
tween morphological and biochemical changes 
and appearance of infectivity in FL cell 
cultures infected with trachoma agent. 
Bull Res Counc Israel 9E:73, 61. 
J Immun 88:570, 62. The growth cycle of a 

trachoma agent in cell culture. 
Nature 193:271, 62. Biochemical changes In 

cell cultures infected with a trachoma agent. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 111:61, 62. Suscep- 
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cultures to antibodies and a sulfa drug. 
Arch Ophthal 71:693, 64. Human infection 
experiments with three cell-cultured trachoma 
Bull Res Counc Israel ICE, (No 3-4):160, Apr 
63 . Electron microscope observations on the 
growth cycle of a trachoma agent in FL cell 
NB-02827 END FORTIER, C, U. Laval, Quebec, Canada 

Neurohumoral control of adreno- 
corticotroohic activity 
Acta Neuroveg (Wein) 22:177, 61. 




Ann Rev Physiol 24:223, 62. Adenohypophy- 

sis and adrenal cortex. 
Proc 5th Ann Meet Canad Fed Biol Soc 24, 62. 
Effect of age on concentration of nucleic acids 
and incorporation of Cl4-|eucine. 
Proc 5th Ann Meet Canad Fed Biol Soc 66, 62. 
Non-specificity of in vitro iodine 131-reiease 
method for plasma thyrotropin determination. 
Proc Club Rech Clin Quebec 20, 61. Thyroid- 
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Proc Club Rech Clin Quebec p. 9, 62. Thyroid- 

ectomie et reponse corticoidoqenioue a I'ACTH. 
Proc Int Union Physiol Scl 2:465, 62. Pituitary- 

thvroid -adrenocortical relationships. 
Proc Leiden Physiol Soc, Jan 63. Effects of 
low doses of triiodothyronine on TSH levels in 
pituitary glands and plasma of thyroidecto- 
mized rats. 
Rev Canad Biol 21:171, 62. Thyroidectomie 

^ chirurqicale chez le rat adulte. 

NB-02831 EP MILNER, BRENDA, Montreal Neurological 

Inst., Montreal, Canada Learning and 
perception in brain-damaged man 
Arch Neurol 8:264, 63. Right temporal-lobe 

Canad J Psychol 15:166, 61. Cerebral 

dominance and oerceotion of verbal stimuli . 
Interhemispheric Relations and Cerebral 
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0. 177, 62. Laterality effects in audition. 
J Comp Physiol Psychol 56:899, 63. Speech 
lateralization in young children as determined 
by an auditory test. 
The Frontal Granular Cortex and Behavior , McGraw- 
Hill, New York, p. 313, 64. Some effects 
of frontal lobectomy in man. 
Proc Eastern Psychol Assn Mtg, Philadelphia, 
Pa, Apr 64. Effects of temporal-lobe lesions 
on recognition of dichotically-presented 

^ melodies. 

NB-02834 NEU ERVIN, F.R., Mass. Gen. Hosp., Boston 

Evoked potentials and behavioral change in the 
Trans 6th Res Conf Coop Chemother 6:90, 61. 
Electrophysiologic observations in man after 
stereotactic surgery. 
NB-02836 NTN HILL, ROBERT M., Mercy Inst. Biomed. Res., 

Denver, Colo. Manganese, thiamine and 
Clin Chem 7:571, 61. Ultramicro determina- 
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NB-02838- CMS HAYDEN, ROYAL C, Jr., Henry Ford Hosp., 

Detroit, Mich. Human temporal bone 
Arch Otolaryng 72:192, Mar 62. Pathologic 

changes in human ear after kanamvcin. 
Laryngoscope 72:1, Jan 62. Otosclerosis— A 

human temooral bone report. 
Arch Otolaryng 79:437, May 64. Stapedectomy: 
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Effects of hypothermia on the central nervous 
FOLCH-Pl, JORDI, McLean Hosp., Belmont, 
Mass. Biochemistry of the mucolipids 

of the nervous system 
Biochim Biophys Acta 70:107, 63. Direct 
conversion of sulfatides into cerebrosides. 
Biochim Biophys Acta 70:218, 63. Structure 

of sulfatides. 
Anal Chem 36:397, Feb 64. Spectrophotomet- 
ric micro and submicro determination of sulfur 
in organic substances with barium chloranilate. 
Fed Proc 23, (No 2), 64. Composition and 

structure of sulfatides. 
Biochim Biophys Acta ^:218, 65. Structural 
studies on sulfatides in metachromatic leuko- 
Fed Proc 24:361,^57 ComposUronanfsTrijdure' 
of brain and kidney sulfatides in metachromatic 
1IB-02841 PHY HUBBS, CARL L., Univ. California, San Diago, 

LaJolla.Cal. Physiology of the eve 
Crustaceana 6, (No 1):69, 63. The structure of 

the eye of a galatheid crustacean. _ 
J Marine Biol Assn 43, (No 3);683, 63.~Some 
aspects of vision in the lobster, Homarus vul- 
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Oceanogr Marine Biol 2:341, 64. Planktonic 

Proc 16th Int Congr Tool 106, 63. Observations 
on the histology of the eyes of euphausiid 
Proc 16th Int Congr Zool p. 292, 63. An inshore 

sonic-scattering layer. 
Progr Photobiori237"CNo4):189, 61. Photore- 
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to light penetration in the sea. 
NB-02842 PHY JACOBSON, J.H., II, U. Vermont, Burlington 

Correction of hypercapnic intracranial 
Anesthesiology 22:134, 61. 





IiB-02845 PET LOWE, H.J., Htaltli Rerearcli, Inc., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Pliysiologicdl rnandgcment of ventilation 
ri'/rint! ancsthesi? 

AncsthAnalg 41:742, Nov-Dec 62, Vaporizer 
performaxce — Closed circuit fluothanc anes- 

Anesthasiolos:^ 23:291, iVlay-Jur. 62. Compar • 
isons of the concentration of halothane in 
closed 3nd semi-closed circuits during con- 

Anesthoslolojy 23:291, May-Jun 62. Com- 
parison of ouncentiation of nalcthane. 
milled ventilation. 

Facts Methods 3:3, 62. Dccermination of blood 
anesthetic cor.centr^Jcns. 

J /! Physiol 16:919, Sep 61. Electrometric 
detemilnation of C02 tensions. 
iB-2847 SD Hanna , C ., Univ. Vemont, Burlington , Vt. 

\ NB-02848 CMS SCHARLOCX, O.P., Ra.rsvelt Univ., Chicago, 

III Effects of early and late brain 
lesions on audition in the cat 
N8-fl2853 NEU ANGEVINE, JAY B,, Jr., Sch. Med., Harvard 

Univ., Boston, Mass. Histogenesis of 
mammalian cerebral cortex 

Anat Rec ■',42:210, 62. Autoradiographic 
study of histoqenesis in cerebral cortcr. 

Anat Rec 142:326, 62. Autoradiographic 
analysis of time of origin of nuclear versus 

cortical components of -nouse telencephalon. 

Nature 192:766, Nov 61. Autoradloyraphic 
studv of cell migration. 

Anat Rec 148:255, (A. Autoradlogrsphic study 
of histogenesis In the area dentata of the cere- 
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Anat Rec 151:456, 65. Autoradiographic study of histogenesis 
in the ate? pyrifc-rmis and claustrum in the mouse. 
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Sweden Mechanisms of storage and 
reieas.2 of catecholamines 

Acta Physiol Scant! 52:44, 49, 61. 

Med Exp 4: 123, 61. 

Acta Physio! Scan-' 52:44, 61. Effect of 
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amines ii) the adrenal medulla. 

Acta Physio! Scand 52:49, 61. Phenylala- 
nine and Ivi'osine in tho adrenal medulla. 

Acta Physic! Soand 52:167, 63.. Uptake of 
dcoar^ine h^' storaae aranules. 

Acta Physio! Scand 55r>S, 62. f^oiination o7 
ohsnoilc acids in braiii. 

Acta Physiol Scand 54:385, 62. Histochemi- 
cal localization 3t the cellular level of hypo- 
thalamic noradrenaline. 

Acta Physiol Scand 56 (SuppI 196) ,62. Cellular 
locaHzaiion of b'ain monoamines. 

Acta Physiol Scajid 56, 62. Observation on the 
possibilities of the cellular localization of mo- 
noamines by a fluorescence method. 

Acta Physiol Scand 5P:99, 63. Evidence of 
adrenergic neurons with synaptic terminals in 
the retina of raU demonstrated with fluores- 
cence and electron microscopy. 

Acta Physiol Scand 5S:383, 63. Cellular locali- 
zation of monoamines in the median eminence 
and im'undiiiular stem of some mammals. 

Acta Physiol icand 59, 63. Analysis of the " 
Mg"t''"-ATP dependent storage mechanism in the 
amine granules of the adrenal medulla. 

J Histochem Cytochem 10:348, May 62". 
C Fiuorescencs of catechol amines condensed 

with fonriaidehyde. 

Experientia 19:139, 63. Evidence for the pres- 
ence of biogenic amines in pancreatic islets. 

KungI Fysioar Sallsic Lund Forlandl 32:8, 62. 
Monoamines in molluscan neurons. 

KungI Fysiogr Sallsk Lund Forhandi 33:2, 63. 
Cellular localization of 5-HT in the rat pineal 

flfled Exp 4:123, 61, New histochemical 
method for visuaitzation of tissue catechol 

Med Eyp 5:122, 61. Uptake of phenyl and" 
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Med Exp 5:429, 61. Fluorescence method for 
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in the adrenal medulla. 

Med Ei-p 6:47, 62. Storage mechanism in 
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Med Exp 6:165, 62. New evidence for the 
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Proc 3rd Scand Conf Cell Res, 62. Histocbemi- 
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Proc >c' Scand Conf Cell Res, 62. Kistochemi- 
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Proc Scand Pharmacol Mtg, 62. Sensitive 
fluorescence methods for histochemical demon- 
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Quart J £sp Physiol 48:253, 63 The Ijcall- 
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the frog. 

Acta Oe.-matovener (Stockholm) 43:480, 63. 
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solvents and ultravijiei light. 





Acta Endocr ';5:i33, 64. A fluorescent reac- 
tion for monoamines in the insulin producing 
cells o! the guineE-BiQ. 

Acta Physiol Scand 59:184, 63. Chemical 
!:nd histochemical evaluation of the distribution 
Or catechola:nincs in the rabbit and guinea ::ig 

Acta Physiol Scand 59-295, 63. Evidence of 
doparnine-containing neurons in the retina of 

Acta Physiol Scaiid 60:112, 64. Cellular 
localization of monoantines in the soin^il cord. 

Fxoericntia 19:580, 63. Monoa.mines in 
sympathetic ganglia studied with fluorescence 

Int J Neuropharmacol 2:279, 64. Evidence for 
adrenergic nerye terminals and synapses in 
sympathetic ganglia. 

J Histochem Cy.ocht-m 12, (No 1):4«, Jan 64. 
Histochemical derccnitratlon of catecholamines 
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I if» Sci (No 9):659, 63. Cellular localization 
of monoamines in syr.pathetic ganglia of the 
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Qua.t J Exp ?hyslol 44:253, 63. The locall- 
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Cua.-t J MicrSci l(M:33l, 63. An adrenergic 
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Z Zeliforsch 61:710, 64. Cellular localization 
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infi'ndibjiar stem of some mammal s . 

AiU r'SarifiaccI iO-.'iu ,63. I h* dirc« deinon- 
rtratioii of a barrier mechanism in t-.e brain 

Acta Pharmaco! 21:51, 64. Dopamine and mast 
■.ells ir. ruminants. 

/rSaTSyTlol Sdar^I 60:293, 64. A method for thq 
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Acta fnysioi bcand 6x:izi, M. Histocncmicai 
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SKd Phy5ior3C3rirSr203, 64. The diStfibution 
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Atta f hysiul beano bl:bUS, M. Adrenergic 
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Sesa Phy%M Startd 62, (SUpiil 232) , 64. 
Evidence for the existence of monoamine-con- 
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Biochtm Pharmacol 13:£41, b4. Uptakt and it- 
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adrenergic neurons of reserpinized animals, 
studied with a histochemical method. 

£x perlentia 20:80, 64. Mast cells and monoam i nes". 

txperientia ^0:398, w. Localization of mono- 
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H6lv Chim Atta 46, (Nr)"2ST):2425, 63. FluoreS-" 
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H^lv Chim .A«a 4 7 , (No 10 ): 9 11, 64. FI Uof« - 
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Dfe Sci 3:623, o4. Demonstration" and mapping 
out of nigro-neostriaal dopamine neurons. 

Lifi Sei 3:703, f4. ifessKpiiM am) cacslhr 

blocking of the uptake and slr^oge mechanisms 
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Natiit-« 202, (No 493Sr:913, May 64. Adffnergii 
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Z 2:elIforSch 62:Sti2, 64. A methoo' for the dem- 
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Z ZellforSih 63:701, 64. ObServeTTonJ oH the 
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Univ. .Micliiosn, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
A studv of gamma globulin in 
multiok sclerosis 
Z ImitiUn Allerglefbtseh 126, (N6 1-3) :8S, AU9 
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Exp Eye Res 1:276, 62. Chromatography of 

soli.'ble proieins on DEA£-ce'lulose. 
Fed Proc 21:2, 62. Purification of antibody 
bv DEAE-cellulose chromatooraohv . 


Anal Biochem 9:4*3, 64. The use of polyethylerie 
giycol In the concentration of protein solutions'. 
Exp Eye Res 4:237, 65. Cytolcgical and biochemical studies 

on the developing chicljen vitreous. 
Invest Opiithal 2:289, 63. Soluble proteins of the vitreous body: 

Isolation of vitreciiiS specific proteins. 
Invest Ophtha! 4:944, 65. Separation of lens woteins on 

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Invest Ophtha! 4:945, 65. immunoelecti-opharesis: Sensitivity 

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Proc Ocular Microbiol Immun Group Mtg, New Orleans, La, 

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Endocrine study of nnuscular dystrophy 
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Endocrinology 72:787, 63. Reinitiation and 
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tem nost-hyoophysecto;ny regression period. 
Fed Proc 22:570, 63. Hormonal restoration of 
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Anat Rec 145:310, 63. Hlstopathologfc cfianges"" 
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Anat Rec 1'3S:361, 64. The influence in vitro: 
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Endocrinology 72r?3T,~63.'RelnrfTitlon'ana" ' 
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Dost-hypophysactomy regression period. 
Fed Frcre 2?:570, 63. Hormonal rosloratfon of" 
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Proc Soc ExDB!orM«dll6:^46, 64.nn"vTtro 
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P r oC SoC E>;p Bio i Med 11 7 ; 8 , 64 r~rfmugncr ' 
of hormones on recovery of electrical activity 
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Arch Ophthal 68:861, Dec 62. Correction of 

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Am J Ophthal 58:1, Jul 64. A weightless 
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Trans Am Ophthal Soc 63:335, 65. The operating microscope 

in oohthaimic suroerv. 
Symposium on Cataracts , C.V Moshy Co, St. Louis, Mo, 

0. iis, 6b. man maanification in surgery of cataracts. 
Symposium on Cataracts, C.V. Mosby Co, St. Louis, Mo, 

D. <:bi.65. IWanaaement of the aphakic oatient. 
VIS WALSH, FRANK 8., Sen. Med., Johns 

Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. Neuro- 
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Arcli Ophthal 65:174, Feb 61. Papilledema 

with hanartoma of hypothalamus. 
Arch Ophthal 67:35, Jan 62. Involuntary eye 
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Arch Ophthal 69:165, Feb 63. Blindness in an 

institution for the fpeblaminded. 
J Neurosurg 19:51, 62. Ocular complications 

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Trans Am Acad Ophthal Otoiaryng 885, Nov- 

Dec61. Pulsalino enophthalmos. 
Arch Ophthal 71:15, Jan 64. Visual field de- 
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Arch Ophthal 73331, 65. Unilateral intracranial optic 

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Arch Ophthal 74:628, 65. Oral contraceptives and neuro- 

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Proc Am Acad Ophthal Otol, p. 677, Jul-Aug 64. Vascular 

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Trans Ophthal Soc Australia 23:13, 63. Bilateral blindness 

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VIS ALLEN, RAYMOND A., Sch. Hfled., Univ. 

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Arch 0phthar65:73, May 61. Oc^ar frndings 
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jftrch Ophthal 65:657, May 6i. 

Arch Ophthal 66:502, Sep 61. "Cysts of the 

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Arch Ophthal 65:490, Oct SI. Ocular invoTve- 

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Trans Am Acad Ophthal Otoiaryng 600, Sep-Oct 

62. Lattice deaenerat'on of the retina.^ 

Trans Pacific Coast Oto-Ophtld Soc'151,Ti. 
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Am J Ophthal 56, (Mo 2):208, Aug 63 . MeUs- 

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Arci! Ophthal 73:169, 65. Faving-stone degener- 
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Trans Sni'Acaa Opthal Otoiaryng" E3:789,""64. 
Muscular lesior.s: Clinicopathologic study of 
four inicr3stinc! cases. 
Arch Ophthal 74:319, 65. Astrocytoma of ortic nerve head. 
Arch Ophthal V4:349, 65. Arachnoidal cs-oliferation of optic 
nerve simulating extension of intracranial glioma: A case 
Arch Ophthal 74:532, 65. Benign mclanpmas (Nevi) of tiie 

choroid and ciliary body. 
Proc Assn Res Ophthal West Sec Mtg, Sep 64. Photo- 
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pathologic consequences. 
Trans Pacific Coast Otoophthal Soc 46:211, 65. prophylaxis 

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Trans Pacific Coast Otoophthal Soc Mtg, Colorado Springs, 

May 66. Central serous retinopathy. 
Retinal Diseases, Symposium on Oifferential Diagnositic 

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.^__^_ 7 Lea « i-eoiger, Hmiaoelphia, 

BO. uross lesions o; the fundus. 

Retinal Diseases Symposium on Differential Diagnostic Prob- 

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66. Hathoiogy ol lattice degeneration. 
Retin al Dise ases Syii^posium on D ifferential Diagnostic Prob- 
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1 Diseases Sym po sium on Differential Diagnostic Prob- 
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6b. f'atnoiogy or central serous retiODoathy. 

Diseases Symposium on Differential Diagnostic Prob- 

lems I 





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PET DiSTEFANO, V., U. Rochester, N.Y". 

The hypothalamic effects of epinephrine in 
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Am J Ophthal 51:71, 61. 
Klin Mbl Augenheilk 138:83, 61. 
AMA Arch Ophthal 66:545, 61. Blood vessels" 

of retinoblastomas. 
Am J Ophthal 52-?97, 61. Rosettes of neuro- 

epitheliomatous retinoblastoma. 
Am J Ophthal 52:660, 61. Tumors of the pars 

ciliaris retinas. 
Am J Ophthal 52:834, 61. Human retinal 

neurons in tissue culture. 
Am J Ophthal 53:26, 62. Parallel horizonUl 

retinal folds. 
Am J Oohthal 53:235, Feb 62. Glass mem- 
branes on the anterior iris surface. 
Am J Ophthal 53:981, Jun 62. The pericytes 

of the human retina. 
Am J Ophthal 54:217, 62. Neurofibromatosis 

of the choroid. 
Am J Ophtha! 54:342, 62. Fuchs epitheliora 

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or glaucoma surgery. 
Arch Ophthal 68:219, Aug 62. Bilateral con- 
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Arch Ophthal 68:337, Sep 62. Endogenous 

fungus endophthalmitis. 
.Am J Ophthal 55:153, 63. Candidiasis of the 

lacrimal sac. 
Am J Ophthal 55:317, 63. Corneal involve- 
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Am J Oohthal 55:475, 63. Neurohistology of 

lattice dystrophy of the cornea. 
Am J Ophthal 55:922, May 63. Scleromalacia 

perforans: Associated v/ith a cotton-wool spot 

of the retina in an otherwise healthy patient. 
Am J Ophthal 55:1160, Jun 63. Epithelial down- 

groivth following evisceration. 1. Simulating 

orbital neoplasm. 
Am J Ophthal 56:134, Jul o3. Congenital 

papillomatosis of the conjunctiva. 
Arch Ophthal 68:219, 62. Bilateral confluent 

Arch Ophthal 68:337, 62. Endogenous fungus 

endoohthalmitis. caused bv Candida albicans. 
Arch Ophthal 69:357, 63. Histopathology of 

keratoconus posticus circumscriptus. 
Arch Ophthal 69:595, May 63. Rings and nodules 

on Irabecular fibers. 
Brit J Ophthal 45:683, 61. Retina! pathology 

after central letinal vein occlusion. 
Brit J Ophthal 47:1 . 63. Pathology of trabe- 
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Diabetes 2:126, Mar-Apr 62. Capillary 

microaneurysms in diabetic retinouathv. 
Invest Oohthal 1:776, 62. Transmission of the 

ocular media. 
Neurology 13:38, 6?. Centrifugal fibers of the 

human ootic nerve five days after cutting. 



Survey Ophthal 8:125, 63. Infiltrating 

melanoma of the choroid. 
Trans Am Opthal Soc 60:176, 62. Lattice 
dystrophy of the cornea, a primary hyaline 
degeneration of corneal nerves and superficial 
stroma cells. 
Acta Ophthal 41:343, 63 . Pathology of the 

nerves of the human ciliary body. 
Am J Ophthal 56, (No 5):785, Nov 63. 'Coup- 

contrecouo mechanism of ocular injuries. 
Am J Ophthal 57, (No 2):287, Feb 64. Bi- 
lateral amputation neuromas of eye muscles. 
Arch Ophthal 71:409, 64. Double nerve suppfy 
of Krause corpuscles at the human corneal 
Arch Ophthal 71:481, Apr 64. Anterior lenti- 
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Neurology 14 , (No 4):283 , Apr 64 . Thin nervet 
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Am J Ophthal 57, (No 6):I037, Jun 64. Collater- 
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Am J Ophthal 58, (No 1):31, Jul 64. Hyper'- 
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Brit J Ophthal 48, (No 5):277, May 64. Retinal 
neuropathology of late infantile amaurotic 
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NB-02875 SD (UIACKWORTH, N.H., Pub. Serv. Res., Stamford, 


Visual fixation without recognition 
Percept Motor Skills 18:397, 64. Eye move- 
ments during vigilance. 
"NB-02877 SD KUWABARA, T., Mass. Eye, Ear Inf., Boston 

Fate of the corneal graft_ determined by nuclear sex 
Engstrom, H., Univ. Gothenb'urg, Gothenburg, Sweden 
CMS McGEE, T. MANFORD, Henry Ford Hosp., Detroit, 
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the inner ear 
Laryngoscope 73:683, Jun 63. Effects of 
quantified ultrasonic sound on labyrinthine 
structures in animals. 
SD EPSTEIN, A., U. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Acoustic differentiation of middle ear pathologies 
Acta Otolaryng 55:81, 62. Low level stimulation 

in the differentiation of middle ear pathology. 
Atta Otolaryng 55:145, 62. A hypothesis ton- 
sidering non-mechanical aspects of conductive 
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Wood , D.C. , Providence Hosp. , Portland , Ore. 
CMS HYMAN, CAROL B., Children's Hosp., Los 
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J Am Women's Assn 17:733, 62. Hearing loss 
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VIS REDDY, D.V.N. , Kresge Eye Inst., Detroit, 

Mich. Intraocular transport of carbohydrates 
Exp Eye Res 1:175, 61. Steady state distri- 
bution of free amino acids in the aqueous 
humours, vitreous body and plasma of the 
Invest Ophthal 1:41, 62. Transport of alpha 
amino-isobutyric acid into ocular fluids and 
Invest Ophthal 1:355, 62. Transport of amino 
acids into the posterior chamber of the rabbit 
Invest Ophthal 1:635, 62. Studies on the 
crystalline lens. IX. Quantitative analysis of 
free amino acids and related compounds. 
Invest Ophthal 2:229, 63. Studies on the 

crystalline lens. X. Transport of amino acids. 
Invest Ophthal 2:237, 63. Transport of amino" 
acids into intraocular fluids and lens In diabe- 
tic rabbits. 
J Physiol 156:8, 61. 

Proc 19th Int Congr Ophthal, New Delhi, India, 
Dec 62 . Amino acid transport into the ocular 
fluids and lens. 
Invest Ophthal 4:691, 65. Amino" acid transporf in the Tens.' 
■ NB-D2888 NEU BRAY, PATRICK F., Sch. Med., Univ. Utah, 

Salt Lake City, Utah The temporal 
lobe syndrome--A longitudinal study 
Pediatrics 29, Apr 62. Temporal lobe syn- 
drome in children. 
New Eng J Med 271:926, Oct 64. Evidence for 
a genetic etiology of temporal -central abnor- 
malities in focal epilepsy. 
Arch Netirol 13:223, 65. The relation of focal to diffuse 

epileptiform EEC discharges in genetic epilepsy. 
Pediatrics 36:207, 65. Hereditary characteristics of familial 
temporal-central focal epilepsy. 
NB-02889 VIS SJOSTRAND, FRITIOF S., Col. Ltrs., Sci., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Develop- 
men; .'^nd organization of visual pathways 
Biochem Pharmacol 8:1, 61. Molecular archi- 
tecture of cell membrane and cytoplasmic 

iB=2B75 SD 

I NB-02879 


|,B=5881 SD 



J Ultrastruct Res 5:374, 61. Ultrastructure of 
the nodes of Ranvier in cat sympathetic nerve 
J Ultrastrurt Res 5:388, 61. Electron micro- 
scopic Investigation of the plasrra mernbrane 
and myelin sheath of autonomic nerve fibers. 
J Ultrastruct Res 7:1, 62. Electron microscopic 
studies on the effect of anisotonic solutions on 
the structure of unmyelinated splenic nerve 
fibers of the cat. 
Proc 5th Int Cong Electron MIcrosc, 62. In 
vitro and in vivo fixation of the retina for 
electron microscopy. 
The Interpretation of Ultrastrurture. Academic 
Press, New York and London, 62. Critical 
evaluation of ultrastructural patterns with 
respect to fixation. 
J Ultrastruct Res 9:403, 63. Effects of light 
and dark adaptation on the vesicle populations 
of receptor-bipolar synapses. 
J Ultrastruct Res 10:207, 64. Filamentous 
organelles in receptor-bipolar synapses of the 
Nature 202:509, 64. A globular substructure 
of the retinal receptor outer segment membranes 
and some other cell membranes in the tadpole. 
Proc Sympos Physiol Basis for Form Discrimina- 
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ogy of the retina^ 

AnaTRec 155, CNb 3)-J6a, 657 Ereclr6n"mrcro- 
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J Ultrastruct Res 10J90, 64. An electron micro- 
scopic classification of the retinal receptors of 
the leopard frog (Rana pipiens). 
J Ullrastriicl Res 111147, (A. Inlerrecepter con- 
tacts in the retina of the frog (Rana pipiens). 
J Ultrastruct Res 12:160, 65. FTxafloh orOie^ceB- 
tral nervous system for electron microscopy by 
aldehyde perfusion. I. Preservation with aldehyde 
'perfusates versus direct perfusTori with orrnTSn 
tetroxide with special reference to membranes 
and the extracellular space. 
JUlfrasfruclResl7Tr57, 65. FTxatfon-oTfRr 
central nervous system for electron microscopy 
by aldehyde perfusion. II. Effect of osmolarity, 
pH of perfusate, and fixative concentralkm. 
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p. 8, 64. The synaptology ot tfie retina. 
The Rabbit in Eve Research. C C Thomas, 

Springfield, HI, 64. The structure of tfie rabbit 
retina as revealed by electron microscopy. 
J Ultrastruct Res, 64. Ultrastructure of the receptor outer 

segments in the retina of the leopard frog (Rana oioiens) . 
J Ultrastruct Res 13:1 65. Some aspects of the structural 

organization of the intermediate retina of dipterans. 
J Ultrastruct Res 14:1, 66. Cellular organization of the frog 
muscle spinaie as revealed by serial sections for electron 
J Ultrastruct Res 14:47, 66. Fixation of the central nervous 
system for electron microscopy by aldehyde perfusion. 111. 
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J Ultrastruct Res 14:191, 66. Motor myoneural junctions on 

frog intrafusal muscle fibers. 
J Ultrastruct Res 14:212, 66. Oemyelination regions of 
nerve fibers in frog muscle spindle as studied by serial 
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J Ultrastruct Res 14:405, 66. A new method for transferring 
sections from the liquid surface of the trough through staining 
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J Ultrastruct Res 14:212, 66. Oemyelination regions of nerve 
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J UltrasU-uct Res 14:268, 66. Spine apparatus occurrence 

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Nature 201:1230, 64. Plasma membrane apposition in the 

central nervous system after aldehyde perfusion. 
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GEN MORGAN, MEREDITH W., U. California, Berkeley, 
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NEU SHOWERS, M.J.C., Our Lady Cincinnati, Ohio 
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Clin Res 9:177, 63. Serotonin levels in 

nervous system disease. 
Fed Proc 22:515, 63. Elicitation of sham 
rage by implantation of carbachol into the 
Fed Proc 23, (No 2), Mar-Apr 64. Alteration 
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Acta Endocr 47:185, 64. Cushing's syndrome 

associated with a suprasellar tumor. 
FedProc (No 6Z8), Apr 64. AIleralTbn orpTasma 
17-OHCS by chemical stimulation of the median 


J Clin Endocr 21, (No 10):1055, Oct 64. 

Ald osteroneexcretion in pre tecta l disea se. 
TCtm Endocr 24, (No 11) :U6T, Wov 64. 

Methopyrapone tests in hypothalamic-pituitary 
Neurology 14, (No 6) :578, Jun 64. ?enjm 

serotonin in nervous system disease. 
Proc 2nd Int Congr Endocr, London, Aug 64. 
The effects of intraliypothalamic injection of 
drugs on ACTH release in the cat. 
Fed Proc Vol 22, (No 2) , 63. Elicitation of sham rage by 

implantation of carbachol into the hypothalamus. 
J Clin Endocr 26:227, 66. Response to dexamethasone 

suppression in central nervous system disease. 
Proc Am Fed Clin Res, p. 236, Apr 66. Circadian pattern of 
urinary electrolyte excretion in central nervous system 
Proc Am Fed Clin Res Eastern Sec Mtg, 64. Effect of intra- 
hypothalamic implantation of synaptically active substances 
on ACTH release. 
Proc Eastern Sect Mtg AFCK, 64. Effect of intrahypo- 
thalamic implantation of synaptically active substances 
on ACTH release. 
Proc Endocr Soc 45th Ann Mtg, 63. Aldosterone excretion 

in pretectal disease. 
Proc Endoc Soc 48th Mtg, p. 100, 66. Effect of central 
nervous system acting drugs on the circadian pattern of 
plasma 17-OHCS. 
Pi'oc 6th Pan Am Congr Endocr, 65. The circadian variatTon 
of the plasma 17-hydroxycorticosteroids in central nervous 
system disease. 
"Proc 6th Pan Am Congr Endocr, 65. The effect of inlrahypo- 

thalamic injections of drugs on ACTH release in the cat. 
Trans Am Neurol Assn p. 63, 65. Adrenocortical activation 
following carbachol or norepinephrine implantation into the 


NB-02895 NEU VAN BUSKIRK, C, IT. Maryland, Baltimore 

Circulatory changes occurring in spinal 
cord compression 
NB-02896 NEU WHITE, LOWELL E., Jr., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. Anatomy of 

the limbic system 

Anat Rec 142:295, 62. Electron microsco^ 

study of arachrqid villi of the dog. 
Anat Rec 142:33?7^2. Electron microscope 
study of stratum radiation of rat hippocampus. 
Anat Rec 142:333, 62. Morphology of neurons 

in eoiletoaenic focus in Macaoue monkeys. 
Anat Rec 142:333, 62. Terminal and pre- 
terminal degeneration pattern following 
olfactory bulb lesions in the rat. 
J Comp Neurol 119:281, Dec 62. Stratum radi- 

atum of the rat hiopocamous. 
J Neurosurg 19:89, 62. Pain "felief''T)y 

frontal cinqulumotomv. 
Anat Rec 146:235, 63. Plastic mounting of 

microscopic serial sections. 
Anat Rec 148:337, 64. Comparative fiberarch-i- 

itectonics of the cat hippocampal formation. 
Anat Rec 148:410, 64. Dendritic spine changes, 
in prepyriform cortex followfing olfactory bulb 
lesions — rat, Golgi method. 
J Comp Neurol 123, (No 1):11, Aug 64. The" 
fiberarchitectonics of the cat hippocampal for- 
Anat Rec, Vol 152, (No 4) , Aug 65. Olfactory bulb projections 

of the rat. 
Int Rev Neurobiol, Vol 8, 65. A morphologic concept of the 

limbic lobe. 
J Ultrastruct Res 12:236, 65. Early stages of terminal axonal 

degeneration in the fascia dentata. 

UB^lSn NEU KRIEG,W.J.S., Northwestern U. Med. Sch., 

Evanston, III. Connections of cingulum 
and insula in the monkey 
'(ifB-02898 NEU SWEET, WILLIAM H., Massachusetts Gen. Hosp., 

Boston, Mass. Use of a proton beam to 
make intracerebral lesions 
Helv Physiol Acta 20:83, 62. Effets d'une 
radiation local isee de protons sur les 
potentiels electrophysiologiques evoques 
dans le ganglion geniculatum laterale du chat. 
Trans Am Neurol Assn p. 216, 62. The Bragg 
Peak of a proton beam in intracranial therapy 
of tumors. 
Proc 2nd Int Sympos Response Nerv Syst to Ion- 
izing Radiat, Aug 63. Intracranial lesions 
made by the Bragg peak of a proton beam. 
NB-02900 PHY EVANS, GERALD T., Med. Sch., Univ. Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. Clinical and 

laboratory studies in muscle disease 
Arch Neurol 6:451, Jun 62. Myasthenic syn- 
drome with associated neuropathy. 
Blochem Blophys Res Commun 17, Oct 64. The 
effect of divalent cations on the recombination 
of lactate dehydrogenase subunits. 
Ted Proc 21, CTJo 2) , Mar-Apr 62. Inhibition of 
lactate dehydrogenase activity by frozen DPNH 
JAMA 182:1099, 62. Heat'slable lactate aehy"- 
drogenase in the diagnosis of myocardial In- 
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Victoria, Australia Autonomic 
nerve-smooth muscle transmission 


Ann Rev Physiol 25:61, 63. Smooth muscle: 
Autonomic nerve transmission. 

Aust J Sci 24J.90, 61. Spontaneous poten- 
tials in smooth muscle fibres of vas deferens 
of guinea oiq. 

Aust J Sci 24:190, 61. Physiological basis 
of junction potentials arising from sympathetic 
stimulation in guinea pig vas deferens, 

Aust J Sci 24:192, 61. Comparative physiol- 
oqy of vertebrate autonomic nervous svstem. 

Aust J Sci 25:98, 62. Microelectrode measure- 
ments in smooth muscle. 

Aust J Sci 25:106, 62. The effect of Ions on 
the electrical activity of the smooth muscle of 
the ureter. 

Aust J Sci 25:107, 62. Sodium exchange in 
smooth muscle. 

Aust J Sci 25:107, 62. An investigation of the 
use of adrenergic blocking agents as physiolog- 
ical tools. 

Aust J Sci 25:107, 62. Some observations on 
the relation between the fine structure and 
physiology of sympathetic nerve endings in 
smooth muscle. 

Aust J Sci 25:108, 62. The innervation of the 
marsupial bladder. 

Aust J Sci 25, 62. Some observations on the 
dual effect of catechol amines at sympathetic 
nerve endings. 

J Physiol 155:115, 61. Transmission of ex- 
citation from autonomic nerve to smooth muscle. 

J Physiol 160r446, 62. Spontaneous poten- 
tials at sympathetic nerve endings in smooth 

J Physiol 160:461, 62. Effect of denervation 
and reserpine treatment on transmission at 
sympathetic nerve endings. 

J Physiol 161:47, 62. Effect of CaH-on 
plateau-type action potentials in smooth 

Aust J Exp BJbl 41:613, 63. Micro-electrode 
measurements of membrane resistance and ca- 
pacitance in the sartorious muscle of the toad 
(Bufo marinus). 

Biochem Pharmacol 12, (Suppl):134, 63. The' 
effect of drugs on the transmission of inhibition 
from autonomic nerves to the smooth muscle 
of the guinea-pig taenia coll. 

Brit J Pharmacol 20:418, 63. The cholinergic 
blocking action of adrenergic blocking agents 
in pharmacological analysis of autonomic in- 

Electron Eng 35:788, 63. A pre-amplifier for 
use with micro-electrodes. 

J Cell 810119:5297 63. Correlation of fine 
structure and physiology of the innervation of 
smooth muscle in the guinea-pig vas deferens. 

J Exp Biol 40:403, 63. Comparative physiol- 
ogy of the vertebrate autonomic nervous system. 

I. Innervation of the urinary bladder of the toad 
(Bufo marinus). _ 

J Exp Biol 40:421, 63. Comparative physiol- 
ogy of the vertebrate autonomic nervous system. 

II. Innervation of the urinary bladder of the ring- 
tail possum (Pseudocheirus peregrinus). 

TPhysiol 167:210, 63. Sodium exchange in 
smooth muscle. 

J Physiol 169:33, "63." The effect" oflio'tasYium 
and chloride ions on the inhibitory potentials 
recorded in the guinea-pig taenia coli. 

Nature 200:581, 63. Inhibition of the smooth 
muscle of the taenia coli. 

Physiol Rev 43:482, 63. Electrophyslology 
of smooth muscle. 

Proc Aust Physiol Soc 1:11, 63. Observatiorjj"; 
on the physiology and fine structure of the in- 
nervation of the rat and guinea-pig vas deferens. 

Ann Rev Physiol 25:61, 63. Smooth muscle: 
Autonomic nerve transmission. 

Brit J Pharmacol 23:151", 64. InnervatPon ofTbe 
large intestine of the toad (Bufo marinus). 

Brit J Phamiacol 23:600, 54. An electrophysFo- 
logical investigation of the actions of some auto- 
nomic blocking drugs on transmission in the 
guinea-pig vas deferens. 

Int JTleuropharmacbT3:163, 54. Innervation "pr 
the guinea-pig taenia coll: Are there intrinsic 
inhibitory nerves which are distinct from sym- 
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' J Physiol 172 Jl, 64. Faclllatlon of transmission 
from autonomic nerve to smooth muscle of guinea- 
pig vas deferens. 

Quart JExp PhysIor4VS68, 54. A method Tor 
distinguishing between adrenergic and choliner- 
gic excitatory innervation of smooth muscle. 

Pharmacnlngy of Smooth Muscle . Pergamon PfiesS, 
Oxford, p. 1, 54. Structural and experimental 
studies on autonomic nerve endings in smooth 
Biochem Pharmacol 14:79, 65. Cholinesterases in the blad- 
der of the toad (Bufo marinus). 
PHY MATZKE, H.A., U. Kansas, Lawrence 

Comparative anatomy of the nervous system of 


NB-02906 PHY PEEBLES, ECWABO M., Sch. Med., Tular.e Univ., 

New Orleans, La. Autonomii, hyperactivity 

and cnllateral ioroutiti'j 

NB-02907 PHY DUN, FWU T., Kirksville C. of Osteonathy & 

Sura,, Kirksville, Mo. Transmission and 
■nter-iction of nerve iniDubes 
Excerpla McJ, Int Congr Series 48, 62. Effect- 
ive strucbjre of node of Ranvier. 
NB-029il PHY ROfii-:, JER?Y F.., Sch. Med , Univ. 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Anatomy 
and function of the cerebral cortex 
.! Neuroohysiol 26:294, 63. Some discharge 
characteristics of single neurons in the -.nferior 
colliciilus of the rat. I. Tonotopical organiza- 
tion, relation of spike-counts to tone intensity, 
and firing patterns of single elements. 
J Neurophysiol 26:321, 63. Some discharge 
characteristics of single neurons in the inferior 
colliculiis of thf; cat, II. Timing of the dis- 
charges and observations on binaural 
Proc 22nd Int Cong Physiol, Leiden, Sep 62. 
Some discharge patterns of single un'ts in the 
inferior ccHicjlus of the ca'. 
Sensoiv Commun Sympos 279, 61. Neural 
gro'.vth in aersbral cortex after lesions pro- 
duced by monoenergetic deuterons. 
Response of the Nervous System to Ionizing Rad- 
iaUon, AcadtirTic Piess, New York, 359, 62. 
Pro3uction of laminar lesions in cerebral cor- 
tex bv deuteron irradiation. 
NB-02913 PC STONE, W., Jr., Mass. Eye aiid Ear Infirmary, 
Boston Chemistry of collagen in transparency 
and opacity 
RIF-02914 SURG MORALES, P,, New York Univ. Med. Cr.,N.Y.C. 
Control of urinary iii'ection among 
J Uroi 87:191, Feb 62. Study of urinary infection 
amonc! oaraDleqics. 
NB-02915 SURG MASSION, WALTER H., Sch. Med., Univ. 
Oklaiioma, Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Intrathecal oxygen on cerebral is- 
chemia and hvDo;<ia 
Anesthesiology 23:155, 62. Effects of intra- 
tliecal oxygen on cortical survival during card- 
iac arrest. _ 

Anesthesiology "2:137, 61. Respiratory cliemo- 
sensitivity of the area postrema in the 4th ven-' 
Ann ftV^a!rSci"[i]9:661, ?3. !Tegl6ns oTTes- 
piratoi'y chemosensitivity on the surface of the 
XApplPh'yTinrTS^.'W/ 63. Respiratory reFpoiisef 
mediated through superficial chc-mosensitive areas 

onthe medulla^ _ 

Physiologist 4^4, 61.' The physiorogic signifi- 
oarice of superficial medullary respiratory che- 
Proc lsrEuiop<^nar"SnestFrTVTenna)T34ri, 62^ 
Effects of intrathecal oxygen on cortical survi- 
val during cardiac arrest. 
Survey AnestlT f;18, 65.~^£ffect oRntFafhecaT 
oxygen on cortical survival during cardiac 
NB-02916 NEU AiJDERSON, FRANK D., Sch. Med., Seton Hall 

Col,,Jer:;ey City, N.J. Origin and 
interrelations of ascending fibers 
J Coti-p Neurol 120:297, 63. The structure of 
a chronically isolated segment of the cat spinal 

J Comp mwanztrrms ii ■.Z'^1 , Aof urTRr 

structure of a chronically isolated segment of 

the cat spinal cord. 
JXciTirReurcl 123, (No li:9y, Aug 64. Ifie 

nucleuf man-inalis of the mammalian spinal 

cord. Observations on the spinal cord of cat 

and man. 
NB-02917 PC BONAVITA, VIWCEi^lZO, Univ. Palermo, Palermo, 

Italy Evolution of dehydrogenases 

during aeurogeiiKSis _ _ 

Biochim Bib.ohys Actn 3$:634, 62". IDH iso- ■ 

zymes in nervous ti^su:. I. Reaction of iso- > 

zymes with DPN analogues. 
Blochem Pharmacol 12:633, 63. Dlphosphopyridlne 

nucleotide synthesis in brain following injection 

of various compounds. 
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isoanzimi di ia'.tlcodcidrogenasi dl tessulo 

nervoso . 
J Neiirochem 10:155, 63. Diphospliopyridine 

nucleotide synthesis in brain following injec- 
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,1 IJeurociism 1^155, 63. Effects of "lononucleo- 

tides and their derivatives on brain. 
Netura 196;576, Nov 62. Lactate dehydrogenase 

isozymes ir the oevelooino rat brain. 
Natiirwissenschaften 50:597, 63. Topographical 

differences in the isozymatic compositicn of 

lactate dehydrmenase in the beef brain. 
Rend Ace Naz Llnce! 31, 63. Morfogenesl retinica 

ed enterogenelta molecolare del la latticodeidro- 

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J Ncurochem iO, (No 10>:743, 63. Lactate- 
dehydroaenase isoenzymes in ner/ous tissue. 

II. A comoarativ" analysis in vertebrates. 
J Neu/ochem 10:755, 63. Lactate- 

deliydrogenaso isoenzymes in nervous tissue. 

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Arch Neurol 8:581, Jun 63. Cerebral peduncle 

in propagation of convulsions. 
Electroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 16:88, 64. 
The contribution of depth recording to clinical 
Arch~Neurbl T2T33T,~647" DissemTnation oFacule 
focal seizures in the monkey. I. From cortical 
Arch Neurol 12:357, 64. Dissemination^ oFacut'e 
focal seizures in the monkey. II. From sub- 
cortical foci. 
Int J Neurol 4:72, 153. The motor systetnsTn'cbn- 
vulsive movements. 


Murder or 

High frequency 
•■.c brain. 
March of focal 

Mod Treatm 1:1104, 54. Surgical treatment oT 

Trans Am Neurol Assn 89:37, 54". S"ubcortrcar 

recording in experimental focal chronic epilepsy. 

NB^393 PHY PACE, N.,Grad.Sch:,U'.'California7Ber1<er5y 

Active ion transport in Hydra 
'RrB-'03405 CMS ENGER, PER S., Univ. Oslo, Oslo, Norway 

Physiology of hearing 
Acta Physiol Scand, SuppI 210, 59, 63. Unit 

activity in fish auditory system. 
Acta Physiol ScandW, (SuppI) :2I0, 63. 
Single unit activity in the peripheral auditory 
system of a teleost fish. 
Comp BIochemPhysToT 11:131, 64. Ionic com- 
position of the cranial and labyrinthine fluids 
and saccular D.C. potentials in fish. 
NB-O340"6 CMS ALLEN,GE0RGE W., Sch. Med., NorthwesternlT., 

Evanston, 111. Effect of tympanic 
surgery uoon sound conduction 
Arch Neurol 77, Jun 63. Comparison of the 

perilymphatic and cerebrosoinal fluid pressures. 
Laryngoscope 72:423, Apr 62. The effect of 
increasing the cerebrospinal fluid pressure upon 
the cochlear microphonics. 
Ann Otol 73:695, 64. Experimental stape'ffectomy" 

_ in cats. 

NB-0340T SD NEWBY, H^., Stanford U., Cal. 

Comparisons of various measures of hearing 
in cats 
WEr-D32ro8 CMS OGURA, JOSEPH H., Sch. Med., Washington 

Univ., St. Louis, Mo. Laryngeal 


Ann Otol 71:532, Jun 62. Laryngeal substi- 
tution in larvnoectomized dogs. 
Ann Otol 71:532, Jun 62. Some observations 
on experimental laryngeal substitution in 
laryngectomized dogs. 
Ann Otol 73:1062, 64." ReurophyslologI"(r6Bser- 
vations on the adaptive mechanisms to de- 
■Laryngosco"pe"74"T7477 64. NeurophysIoTdgic 
observations of normal deglutition. I. Its 
relationship to the respiratory cycle. 
Laryngoscope M:l//6, 54. NeurophysioTbgTc 
observations of normal deglutition. II. Its 
relationship to allied phenomena. 
NB-03410 CMS LAWRENCE, MERLE, Kresge Hearing Res. 

Inst., Ann Arbor, Mich. The 
dyi'amics of inner ear fluids 
Proc 22nd Int Cong Physiol Scl, Leiden, Hol- 
land, Sep 62. Dynamics of inner ear fluids. 
Arch Otol 79, (No 4) :366, Apr 64. EndoTympK-" 
perilymph diffusion following barrier break- 
Arch Otolaryng 83:406, 66. Histological evidence for localiz- 
ed radial flow of endolymph. 
TiE-Wn2 VIS CORNSWEET, TOM N., Univ. California, 

Berkeley, Cal. Spatial interaction 
in the stabilized retinal image 
Am J Psychol 75:653, 62. A stabilized Image 

requiring no attachments to the eye. 
J Opt Soc Am ■53198763. ""rnIlla"rs"lage's"or7rgTil 
and dark adaptation. 
■J Physiol 176:294, 65. LumlnanS4 diSiflminatibnl 
of brief flashes under various conditions of y 
adaptation. / 

1853113413 VIS SOKOLLU, ADNAN, Western Reserve Univ., 

Cleveland, Ohio Study of eye physiology 
and disease by ultrasound 
Acta Ophthal 40, 62. Ultrasonic measurements 
of eve lengths. 
Am J Ophthal, Vol 58, (No 6), 64. Production of focal 

chorioretinitis bv ultrasound. 
Bull Lab Electroacoust, Liege Univ, Belgium, Apr 66. 
Absplute measurement of total radiated power of ultrasonic 
transducers for biomedical use. 
Invest Ophthal Vol 3, (No 6), 64. Focal choriorentinitis 

produced by ultrasound. 
Proceedings International Symposium on Diagnostic Ultra - 
sound , plenum Press, New York, 66. I he use of diagnostk: 
ultrasiyuru m eye research. 
Proceedings International Symposium on Diagnostic Ultra- 
sound . Plenum Press, New York, 56. Present problems 
of diagnostic ultrasound. 
NB-03414 SURG DODD, ROBERT B., Sch. Med., Washington U., 

St. Louis, Mo. A study of surgical 
Fed Proc 22:221, Mar-Apr 63. Abdominal 
muscle activity during general anesthesia. 
J AppI PhySIol 19, (No 4} :«93, Jul 64. ExpirS- 
tory activity of the abdominal muscles In man 
during general anesthesia. 
"WB^3417 VIS WOODFORD, VERNON R., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Sask., Canada 
Comparison of carbonic anhydrase from 
different sources 
Canad J Biochem 41:1235, 63. Separation of 
bovine lens carbonic anhydrase into two 
Proc W Region Group, MRC, NCI 16:94,62. 
Carbonic anhydrase of ocular tissues. 
■RB-^3418 NEU TORRES, FERNANDO, Univ. Minnesota Hosp., 

Minneapolis, Minn. Longitudinal 
study of EE(ii pattern s in c hildren 
Anrj"Dis Child 1U9H)27,'65. Studies on TarnTTles 
of phenylkelonurics: Observations on the intel- 
ligence and the electroencephalographic changes. 


NEr-03fl.9 BBC LONG, CHARLES, Hiehland View Kosp., 

Cleveland, Ohio Hypodermic mico- 
scopy of tissue, usinq fiber optics 
J VoM Joiht Surg -OSA, (No 8) :1«83. OtC M. 
Electromyographic kinesiology of tne hand: 
Muscles moving the long finger. 
NB-03423 VR KOESTMER, ADALBERT, Col. Vet. Med., Ohio 

St?te Univ., Columbus, Ohio Experi- 
mental viral enceohalitides in qermfree 
Am J Pathol Vol 46, Jan 66. Electronmicroscopy of tissue 

cultures infected with porcine polioencephalomyelitis virus 
Am J Vet Res 26:131, 65. Swine polioencephalomyelitis 
viruses isolated from the brains and intestines of pigs. 
Am J Vet Res 26:625, 65. Biologic and immunologic charac- 
terization of 6 swine enterovirus ijolates. 
Am J Vet Res Vol 27, Jan 64. The infectivity of three 
porcine polioencephalomyelitis viruses for germfree and 
pathnqenfree pigs. 
Am J Vet Res Vol 2'', Jan 66. Host ranoe of two po'cine 
_policencephalomyelitis viruses. 
NB-03424 NEU" ARNOLD, MARY C., ScH. Med., IJ. Texas, 

Dallas, Texas Effects of radiation on 
mammalian peripheral nerve 
WB-03425 NEU MARK, VERNON H., Massachusetts Gen. Hosp., 

Boston, Mass. stereotactic thalamotomy 
for the relief of pain 
AMA Arch Neurol 8:528, 63. Stereotactic 
thalamotomy. III. The verification of anatom- 
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Confin rjeurol 22:238, 62. The treatment of 

Coin by stereotaxic methods. 
J Neurosuig 19:8'^0, Oct 62. Localized cooling 
of the centra! nervous system . I. Neurophysio- 
logifial studies in experimental animals. 
Ann NY Acad Sci 112:81, May 64. Studies of 
the human thalamus: IV. Evoked responses. 
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heat lesiniis with radiofrequency current. A 
method of stereotactic localization. 
Med Times, Mar 64. Stereotactic surgery. 
NB-03426 NEU ROSE, JERZY E., Sch. Med., Univ. Wisconsin, 

Madison, Wis. Morphological and 
functional organization of brain stem 
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evoked by auditoiy stimuli after section of 
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Fed Pi-oc 22:39"?, 63. Activation of somato- 
sensory areas I and II of cat's cerebral cortex 
by focal electrical stimulation of ventrobasal 
complex . 
J Neurophysiol 24:595, 61. Overlap of so- 
matic arid auditc;r>' cortical response fields 
in anterior ectosvivian gyrus of cat. 
J Neurophysiol 24:608, 61. Interaction of 
cortical responses to somatic and auditory 
stimuli in anterior ectosvivian qvrus of cat. 
«B-03427 NEU BERLIi^, LOUIS, Albert Einstein Col. Med., 

Veshiva Univ., N.Y.C. Synchrony of 
activity of multiple pyramidal neurons 
Eiectroenceph Clin Neuropbysiol 15:209, 63. 
Intracellular potential during electrically in- 
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Epilepsia 2:22, 61. Aspects of "epileptic" 

neuronal aggregates. 
Exp Neurol 4:162, 61. Excitation and inhl- 
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campa seizures. 
Jap J Phvsiol 3:73, 62. Properties of myelin- 
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J Neurophysiol 24:286.. 61. Sensory activation 

of neurjns in the cat's cerebral cortex. 
Physiologist 4:131, 61. Synaptic organization 

of motor cottex . 
Science 139:840, 63. Intiacellular potentials 
of cortical neurons during focal epileptogenic 
Arch JJeurol 10: 271 ; 64. Effect of seizures 
In single pyramidal tract neurons. 
Eiectroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 19:587, Dec 65. Pyramidal 

tract responses during seizure. 
Eiectroenceph Clin Neurophysiol 19:587, 65. Effects of sei- 
zures on pyramidal tract neurons. 
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iSoston. Mass. Co.mgarative neurology 
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Gross anatomy of the bain and pineal body^ 
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Intertecta! integration of viscial information in 
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J Comp Neur6n^2-271, Apr 64. A comparTsbn oF 
the size of an auditory nucleus (n. mesencephal- 
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the opt iu lohe in_27 sp ecies of birds. 
Tttixv MSiTt DiS 133, (No fl-WO, Apf M. 
Epileptic dementia resembling schizophrenia: 
Clinico-pathological report of a case. 

NB-03434 PET VOLLE, ROBERT L., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, P<i. 
Sympathetic ganglia follo.'.'ing conditioning 

Blocherr PharFiacol 8:19, 61. Enhanced post- 
ganglionic responses of sympathetic ganglia 
to stiTiulatinq aqents. 

Fed Proc 21.-340, 62. Actions of inorganic 
ions on transmission in DFP-treated sym- 
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J Pharmacol Exp The: 136:68, Apr 62. En- 
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J Pharmacol Exp Ther 138:57, Oct 62. DEP- 

J Pharmacol Exp Tf«r 133:66, Oct 62. Gangli- 
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Brit J Pharmacol Cherr,other 20:214, 63. 
Asychronous postganglionic tiring 'rom resting 
sympathetic ganglia treated with neostigmine. 

J Pharmccol Exp Ther 139:304, 63. Attera" 
tions of transmission in sympathetic ganglia 
treated with a sulfhyc'yl-grouo inhibitor, 
N-cthylmaleimide (NEM). 

J Pharmacol Exp i her 141:206, 63. Cholir»- 
ceotive sites in denervated ganglia. 

J Pharmacol Exp Ther 141:333, 63. Gan- 
glionic blockade produced in sympathetic gan- 
glia by cholinomimetic drugs. 

Life- Sci 8:613, 63. Ganglionic actions of 

parlson of the ganglion potentials and block prof- 
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Similarities in the ganglionic actions of cal- 
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The effects of barium and other inorganic catioi|S 
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Wcdiflcalion of ganglionic responses to cho- 
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bor Action of adrenergic drugs on in- 

traocular pressure 

NB-03436 PFr PRATT, E.L.,D. TexirSbuthwesterlTMe^rScfr, 

Dallas Versene diagnostic test for early 

lead poisoning 

Pediatrics 29:384, ^ar 62. Diagnostic test 
for lead poisoning. 
'RB^W^T PHY MOORE, JOHN W., Duke Univ. Med. Cr., Durhaifi, 

N.C. The Ionic basis of nerve activity 
Biophys Soc, Feb 63. Effect of ethanol on the 

squid axo.n membrane conductances. 
Fed Proc 22(2):174, 63. Sodium conductance 
shift in an axon internally perfusefl with a low 
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Proc 7th Ann Mtg Biophys Soc , Feb 63. De- 
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intracellular notassiun in oerfused souid 
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Fed Prcc 24:535, 65. A study of dimethysulfoxide 

on SQuid axons. 
J Gen Physiol 48:11, 65. Voltage clamp studies 

on internally pe rfused axons. 

J GeKPTiysloT 48:7797 64. Effecrdf ethanol on 
the sodium and potassium conductances of the 
squid axon membrane. 
J Physio! 172:163, 64. Sodium conductance sTfifl 
in an axon internally perfused with a sucrose 
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Proc ffaVAcaiJ ScT5Z:ir7T, 64. CaesiuinTons 
do not pass the membrane of the giant axon. 
XGen Physiol 49:977, 66. Blockage of sodium conductance 

increase in lobster giant axon by tarichato.<in (tetrodotoxin). 

NB-03439' PC HORROCKS, LLOYD A., Psy. Res. Fdn. of 

Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio Brain 
ahosohi'lioids and lipoproteins 
J Am Oil Chemist Soc 40:235, Jun 63. Thin- 
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j Lipid Res 3:165, 62. The simultaneous 
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J Lipid RtS Sr263, Apf 64. ItupfbvM a«*n7ilna- 
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Biochem J Vol 96, 65. The neurokeratin network in rat 

peripheral nerve :pyelin. 
J Lipid Res 4:385, 64. Studies on the ccmposition of glycenrl 
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liver oiis. 
J Lipid Res 5:263, 64. Imwoved determination of glycerol and 
fatty acids in glycerides and ethanolamine phosphatides by 
gas-liquid chrom.itography, 
Proc 2nd Int Neurochem Conf, Oxford, 65. Variations in the 
lipid comtojition of mouse bnin myelin as a function of age. 
■>jB^3440 SURG BEECHER, HENRY K., Mass. Gen. Hosp., 

Boston, Mass. Efi^t of drugs on 
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ItEPJWO VIS WITTGENSTEIN, EVA, Children's Hosp. 'R6'^3452 
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chemical studies on normal and 

cataractous lenses "flB-03453 

Fed Proc 22, (No 2), 63. Electrophoretic 

studies on normal and cataractous lens oroteins. 
C i irt Ch e w 11, (No 2):iS5, F 6b 6S. C g Htf if Ufl l ha i , 
storing, and quantitative dispensing of micro 
samples: An improved technic. .„_„ 

flS4I3444 VIS STONE, LEON S., Sch. Med., Yale Univ., New TiB^i5455 

Haven, Conn. Vision in transplanted 
eyes and regeneration of lens 
J Exp Zool 151:266, 62. Polarieation of tfie NB-03^7 

pigment pattern in the regenerating iris of 
adult neivt eyes. 
J ExpZool 153, (No 1):57, Jun63. Vision in 
eyes of several species of adult newts trans- NB-03460 

planted to adult Triturus v. viridtscens. 
JExpZooll53, (No3):3,97, Aug63. Ex- TO=D3463 

periments dealing with the role played by the 
aqueous humor and retina in lens regeneration 
of adult newts. Tl6-034M 

J ExpZool 155, (No 2):171, Mar 64. Lens 

regeneration in cave salamande rs. 
Invest OpHrnar3:555, 6fl. Weturn~orvTslon in 
larval eyes exchanged between Amblystoma 
punctatum and Uie cave salamander Typhlolriton 
J Exp Zool 156:2I7,~54. Return of vision TnTranB- 

planted la.'val eyes of cave salamanders . 
J Exp^dol 156:201", 64. The struclure"aridmual 
function of the eye of larval and adult cave 
salamanders Typhiotriton spelaeus. 
NB^03S45 Vrf ' MOSES, P.A., Sch. Mec.,Washington Univ., St. 

Louis, Mo. Experimental granulomatous 


NB-03446 VIS BARBER, G. WJiMSTM", Wlls Eye Hosp., 

Philadelphia. Pa. Studies on lens metabolism 

(HB^JOW? CMS HILDING, DAVID A., Sch. Med., Yale Univ., 

New Haven, Conn. Histochemistry and 
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Ann Otol 72, (No 3!:660, Sep 63. Electron- 
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Arch0hrHeiil<132, (No2):579, 63. Histo-" 
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Laryngoscope 63:1061, Aug 63. Histochemlcal 
localization of dehydrogenases rn the cochlea 
of living animals. 
llB'-(!3448 VIS PAPP AS, GEORGE D., Co!. Phys., Surg., 

Columbia Univ., M.Y.C. E.M. study of 
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Anat Rec 142:247, 62. Electron microscopic 
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Anat Rec 145:248, 63. An electron micro- 
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Circulation 24:1038, 62. Ultrastructure of 

the pidsmamembrane. 
Exo Neuroi 7:1C7, 63. Electron microscope 
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J Cell Biol 12:457, 62. Comes. I. Fine 
stttictura of rabbit cornea and uptake and trans- 
port of coiloidai particles bv cornea in vivo. 
J Cell Biol 12:481, 62. Cornea. II. UpUke 
and transport of colloidal particles by living 
rabbit cornea in vitro. 
J Cell Bio! 15:227 J 62. An electron micro- 
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Proc 5th Int Cong Elsciron Microsc 2, 62. 
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Science 141-262, 63. Electrotonic junctions 
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J Microsc 2, (No 6), 63. Electron microscopi- 
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Proc 3rd Europ Region Conf, Prague, 64. Elec*- 
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phosphatase activity in relalion to the untake (iB-(S3465 

and transport of colloidal paiticles in the tis- 
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Proc 3rcl Euiop Region Conf, Prague, 64: An Wb-u>«>6 

electron microscope study of ovarian and uter- 
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Ptogr Brain Res 4 , 64 . Electron microscopy of 

immature n and fe line neocortex. _ 

JComp SleuroM23:379, &?.' Frne"sfnicfi[ire ofThe KB-03468 

developing telencephalic and myelercephalic 

choroid plexus in tne rabbit. 

HE^y»9 CMS McCANDLESS, GEARY A., New Mexico Sch. Deaf, 

Santa Fe, N. Mex. Evoked auditory 

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NB-03451 CMS SINGLETON, GEORGE T., Co!. Mad., Univ. 

Florida, Galnesvllh;, Fla. Random noise 
analy!;ls in vestiijular evsluatlori 

VIS KELLY, STEPHEN J., Univ. Alab.',ma Med. Cr., 
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CMS WARD, ROBERT, Chlldrens Hosp., Los Angeles, 
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Am J Physiol 203:160, 62. Fetal and 

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Anesthesiology 24:198.. 63. Effects of drugs 
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Columbia, Mc, Clinicopathologic study 
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VIS REIGEIMAN, SIDNEY: Sch. Pharm., Univ. 
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Genetic study of neurologically abnormal children 
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Arch Intern Med 108:615, Oct 61. Myasthenia 

Bull NY Acad Med 37:809, Dec 61. Muscular 

Clin Res 10:204, 62. Acrylamide-gel eleced- 

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Fed Proc 22, (No 2), 63. Acrylamide-gel 
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Fed Proc 22, (No 2), 63. In vitro reaction of 
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Res Publ Assn Nerv Went Dis 38:601, 61. 
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Fed Proc 24:693, 65. Muscle-binding serum globulin in 

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Fed Proc 24:716, 65. Innervation and motor endplates of 

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NB-03469- "" "r. TIN, ALAN N., Sch. Arts,Sci., Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Piiiladelphia, Pa. 
Neuroloqical bases of feeding and drinl<inq 
Am Zoo! 2:533, 62. Loss of salt preference In 

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Proc 1st Int Conf Taste Olfaction, Pergamon 
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Anim Behav 13:413, 65. The contribution of oropharyngeal 

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Proc 23rd Int Congr Physiol Sci, No 1130, Tokyo, 65. 
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J Neurosurg 20:277, Apr 63 . Further observa-. 
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Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. Phylogeny and 
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Am J Phys Anthropol 21, 63. Neuroanatomical 
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Proc Sth Int Congr Arialomists, Wiesbaden, 65." 
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Anat Rec 154:423, 66. Cortical projections to the brain stem 

and spinal cord in the tree shrew (Tupaia Glis) . 
Anat Rec 154:479, 66. Phylogeny of the corticospinal tract. 
TSlB-03475 NEU TUNCBAY, TURE 0., Sch. Med., Northwestern 

Univ., Chicago, III. Study of neuro- 
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Cambridge, Mass. Mechanisms of damage 
to small cerebral blood vessels 

J Cell Biol 15:73, 62. Alkaline phosphatase in 

Nature 195:611, Aug 62. Localized areas of high 
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Arch Neurol 10:200, 64. Spontaneous hemorrhage in the 

posterior fossa. 
Arch Neurol 11:40, 64. Changes in brain and pial vessels in 

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Brain 86, (Part 110:425, 63. Observations on intracerebral 

J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiat 26, (No 4):333, 63. Localization 
of alkaline phosphatase activity in the cerebral blood vessels. 
Neurology 16, (No 1):67, 66. Spinal cord infarction occurring 
during insertion of aortic graft. 

NB-03481 PHY KANDEL,E.R., Harvard U., Boston, Mass. 

Electrophysiology of vertebrate neuroendocrine 
J GM P hysio l A t , ( No 4 ? :6tl, UU 64. t\itUi- 
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NB-03482 SD WENDAHL, R.W., Baylor U., Houston, Tex. 

Acoustic correlates of harshness 
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Mass. Projection of human retina on 
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Arch Ophthal 70:256. 63 . Retinal gangrfon 
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Nature 200:80, 63 . Changes of dehydrogenase 
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Univ., Carbondale, III. Sequence of res- 
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Arch Phys Med Rehab 43, Mar 62. Electromyo- 
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during speech. 

Proc Am Speech Hearing Assn 5, (No 10):805, 
63. Quantitative analysis of inhaled air in 
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NB-03489 SSS SCHEPENS, CHARLES L., Retina FoundaUon, 

Boston, Mass. Connective tissue 
diseases in the eye 
An 12th Congr Brasil Oftalm, Belo Horizonte, 

62. Some problems in retina surgery. 
Arch Ophthal 68L313, 62. The scleral 
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Trans Am Acad Opthal Otolaryng 66r471, Jul- 
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Trans Am Acad Ophthal CXolaryng 67:335, 
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Arch Ophthal 70:189, 63. Uveal effijslon. 

1. Clinical picture. 
Arch Ophthal p. 389, 63. An add to accurate 

fixation during fundus photography. 
Brit J Ophthal 48:306, 54. Studies In photo^ 
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Brit J Ophthal 48:311, 54. Studies In phofo^ 
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Brit J Ophthal 48:315, 64. Studies In pTiofoco^ 

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Brit J 0"plithar48:398, 64. Stu3Tes"Tn'pIToro- 
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Am J Ophthal 58, (No 4), 64. Attachment for indirect stereo- 
scopic ophthalmoscopy with the Zeiss photocoagulator. 
Am J Ophthal 58. (No 6), 64. A new hand devKimeter. 
Am J Ophthal 58:642, 64. Myopia and retinal detachment. 

Statistical study of some of their relationships. 
Am J Ophthal 61:213, 66, Data on the natural history of 

retinal detachment. 
Am J Ophthal 61:620, 66. Chorioretinal lesions predisposin 

to retinal breaks.- 
Am J Ophthal 61:6%, 66. The intraocular dynamics of eyes 

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Ann NY Acad Sci 122:783, 65. An evaluation of the ruby lasfef 

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Arch Ophthal 72:297, 54. The scleral buckling procedure. 

VII. Silicone implants in reoperations. 
Arch Ophthal 72:788, 64. Cinematography of the human fundus. 
ArchQphthal 73:671, 65. A power-driven multipositional 

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Arch Qphthal 73:782, 65. Unexplained blindness and optic 

atrophy following retinal detachment surgery. 
Arch Ophthal 73:803, 65. Pressure cup studies in eyes with 

retinal detachment. ^^ 

Arch tjphthal 74:42, 65.' Infections and retina' surgery. 

I. Bacteriologic contamination during scleral buckling 

Arch Ophthal 74:45, 65. Infections and retina surgery. 

II. Incidence and significance of position wound site 

Arch Ophthal 74:781, 65. Edema of posterior pole after cata- 
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Arch Ophthal 74:792, 65. Scleral buckling procedures. VIII. 
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Arch Ophthal 75:238, 66. Biomicroscopic study of vitreous 
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Invest Ophthal 5:59, 66. Aqueous-venous shunt and intra- 
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invest Ophthal 5:304, 66. Effect of aqueous-venous shunt 
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Arch Ophthal 75:615, 56. Scleral buckling procedures. IX. 
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Arch Ophthal 75:644, 66. Anterior segment necrosis. An 
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J AddI Polymer Sci 9:3151. 65. GIvcervl methacrvlate hvdrooirs. 

J Appl Polymer Sci 9:3417, 65. Permeation of water through 
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J Appl Polymer Sci 10:185, 66. Permeation of water through 
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Trans Am Acad Ophthal Otolaryng, p. 8%, Sep-Oct 55. Recent 
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Physiological data processing and .^_____ 

analysis facility NB-03517 

Ann NY Acad Sci 112:5, 64. Neural mech- 
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Fed Proc 24, (No 2):213, 65. Effects of nucleo- 
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pyramidal tract neurons in motor cortex by 
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treatment of non-additive units. NB-03518 

Physiologist 6, (No 35:135, 65. Cardiovascular 

effects of chloralose. 

Comp'ulersTri B1dmegicaT"Re"searcFr rAcaderfiTc 
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Med. Cr., Boston, Mass. An immuno- 

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Portland, Oregon Short and long term 
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Laryngeal research utilizing stroboscopic 
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on cataractogenesis 
Eye Ear Nose Throat Monthly 41-464, Jun 62. 
Modification of galactose-induced cataract by 
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Hall Col., Jersey City, N.J. Electro- 
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S Karger Pub Co, NY, Ch 10:408, 63. "NB-03524 

Muscular dystrophy in the mouse. 
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Excerpta Med, Sep 61. Epileptiform patterns 

in local cerebral anoxia and hypoxia. 
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Electroenceph Clin Neurophyslol 16:387, 64. 
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of periodic lateralized epileptiform discharges in EEG: An 
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TJeuroTogy 15:123, 65. Focal electroencephalographrc 

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task requiring a decision. 

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Fed Proc 22:377, 63. The biological activity 

of selenium in bovine milk for the rat and chick. 
Fed Proc 23, (No 2) , Mar-Apr 64. Anll-vilamln 
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FedProe23, (No 2), Mai'-Api'64. Thtbi6l6gl- 
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PET ANDERSON, E"DMTJND"^,"Seton Hall Coi: Med., 
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Fed Proc 21:341, 62. Anatomical localiza- 
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PET AUDITORE, JOSEPH V., Meharry Med. Col.," 
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Pharmacologist 4:159, 62. Isolation of phar- 
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Arch Biochem 108:244, 64. Tissue lipases and the post- 

heparin clearing factor. _ 

Biochem BiopTiysResCommun 15:575, 64. Adipose tissue: 
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PHY MEGIRIAN, DAVID, ETmory Univ. AtlanU, Ga. 
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J Physiol, Paris,^55:300, 63. Mise en 
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J NeUfophySlol 27:481, 64. V45llbUlaf aftd mUS- 
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PHY DEMPSHER, JOHN, Sch. M«d., Univ. 

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Int J Neuropharmacol 1:251, 62. An analysis 
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Int J Neuropharmacol 1:259, 62. The role of 
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Elgin, III. Brain lipids of the fetus 
Fed Proc 25:587, 66. Comparative studies on brain ganglio- 

Infirmary, Boston, Mass. Human temporal 

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Ann Otol 71:1039, Dec 62. Further observations 

on oatholoav of Meniere's disease. 

Arch Otolaryng 75:192, Mar 62. Pathologic 

changes in human ear after kanamvcin. 
Arch Otolaryng 76:126, 62. Pneumococcic 

otitis media, meningitis and labyrinthitis. 
Laryngoscope 72:1, Jan 62. Otosclcrosis:~"A 

human temooral bone reoort. 
Laryngoscope 72:1142, Sep 62. The pathology 

of sudden deafness. 
Acta Otolaryng 59:154, 65. The palhologlcaT Types 

of cochleo-saccular degeneration. _ 
Arch Otolaryng 79:437, "64. Stapedectomy:" 

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Arch Otolaryng 80:369, 64. Further observations 

on the pathology of presbycusis. 
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Trans Am Acad Ophthal Otolaryng p. 222, 64. 
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TJB-(J3527 BIO MOSS, GERALD, Albany Medical Col., Albany, 

N.Y. Cerebral oiucose metaboiism— 
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Diabetes 13:585, 6T The contribution of the 
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New Physician 13:123, 64. Hemodynamics of 
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Arch Surg 92:80, 66. Systemic hypothermia via gastric 
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Inst., Phoenix, Ariz. Neural mechanisms 
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NB-03529 MET TURNER, DAVID A., Sinai Hosp., Baltimore, TlB-03538 

Md. B12 and the lipids of the central 
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N.Y. Fine structure of inflammation in the 
Am J Path 42:97, 63. Experimental leuko- 
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Am J Path 42:455, 63. Ultrastructure of in- 

flarrimation with edema in the rat brain. 
Am J Path 45:195, 64. The fine structure of 
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Arch Neurol 11 :o32, M. Fine structure oT cereBrSl 
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J Neuropath Exp Neurol 24^:Z25765r Virus parlicjes 
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NB-03534 PET BUSH, MILTON T., Sch. Med., Vanderbllt 

Univ., Nashville, Tenn. Metabolic 
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Fed Proc 22:480, 63. Methylation of barbi- 
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Fed Proc 23, (No 2):392, 64. The determina- 
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Fed Proc 24:394, 65. Ultra-short-acting barbiturates as 
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Boston, Mass. Behavioral classification of 
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Proc Eastern Psychol Assn Mtg, New York, 66. The effec- 
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suppression procedure on the disfluencies of normal speakers 
and stutterers. 
International Revie w o f Research in Mental Retardation , 
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for retarded children. 
DWI3536 PHY HAGIWARA.SUSUMU, Sch. Med., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Studies 
in rricro:ieurophysiology 
Ergebn Bilngie 24:287, 62. Nervous activi- 
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Fed Proc 22:219, 63. Bidirectional trans- 
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J Gen Physio! 45.-600, 62. Physiological 

properties of electrofeceotors or qvmnotids. 
J Neui-cphysiol 2P:430, 62. Physiological 
properties of electroroceptors of some gymno- 
J Neuroohysiol 25:721, 62. Electrotonic 
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J Neurophysiol 26:551, 63. Coding mech- 
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Science 143:1446, 64. Membrane properties 

of gianL muscle fioer of a b arnacle . 

j'Comp Physiol 13:^153754.' Transmi'ssionlTirough 
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Eudistylia porimorpha. TJB-03540 

J Gen Physiol 43:14T,'"55. The initiation of 
spike potential in barnacle muscle fibers under 
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JGen Physiol 48:T6J,'W^Tfie'effects~ofvarTouS 
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J Gen'PhysioI 48:225, fCRerntion between men^ 
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J Gen physlol 48:55, 65. Relation of membrane properties of 
the giant :nuscle fiber of a bsrnacle to interns' ionic com- 
J Morph 117:229, 65. Sense organs of the laceral line system 
in some electric fish of the Gymnolidae, Mormynidae and 
J Nciirophysic! 23:775, 65. Physiological pioper'.ies of electro- 

receotofs in the electric tel. Eiecl/oohorus electricus. 
J Neurophysiol 28:784, 65. Electroreceptor mechanisms in 

a hiah-freauencv weakly electric fish. 
J Neurophysiol 23:800, 65. Activity of central neurons involved 
in electroreceotion in some weakly electric fish (Gymnotidae) . 
Proc 23d Int Congr Physiol Sci, Tokyo, 65. Membrane pro- 
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Proc Nat Acad Sci 54:422, 65. Further analysis of sensory 

coding in electrorecectors of electric fish. 
Science 194:1254, 65. Tctrodotozin and manganese ion: Effects 

on action potential of the frog heart. 
Zeitsch VergI Physiol 49:285, 64. Pacemaker activity of the 
medulary nucleus controlling electric organs in high-frequeriCy 
gymnotid fish. 

Cr., Gainesville, Fla. Ocular herpes 
Arch Ophthal 67:583, May 62. IDU therapy of 

heroes simplex. 
Arch Ophthal 68:235, 62. The use of 5-iodo- 
2'-deoxyuridien(ICLi; in the i/eatmenl of herpes 
simplex keratitis. 
Arch Ophthal 68:396, 62. IDU and hydrocorti- 
sone in exoerimental heroes simplex keratitis. 
Invest Ophthal 1:686, 62. Comparison of 
specific anti-viral agents in herpes simplex 
Perspect Virol 3:90, 62. Treatment of heroes 
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Proc Soc Exp Biol ifcd 109:251, 62. CllnlciT 

cure of heroes simplex keratitis. 
Virology 18, (No 4):567, Dec 62. Cure of 

vaccinia iniection by 5-iodo-2'-deoxyuridine. 
Am Acad Ophthal Otolaryng p. 695, Sep-Oct 63 
Herpes simplex treatment with IDU and corti- 
Arch Ophthal 69:468, Apr 63. Herpes simplex