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A HORMONE MECHANISM FOR GALL-BLADDER CONTRACTION AND EVACUATION
The results of several series of experiments prove, it is believed, that a hormone mechanism is concerned in gall-bladder contraction and evacuation.
Experimental intersexuality. The effect of antenatal androgens on sexual development of female rats
A Hormone Mechanism for Gall-Bladder Contraction, and Evacuation
- A. Ivy
- 1 July 1931
Effect of various drugs on psychomotor performance at ground level and at simulated altitudes of 18,000 feet in a low pressure chamber.
The mechanism of amphetamine-induced loss of weight; a consideration of the theory of hunger and appetite.
It is generally agreed that the administration of amphetamine ("benzedrine") facilitates the reduction of weight, but it has not been demonstrated by controlled experiments that the drug actually causes a reduction of body weight.
On the fate of ingested pectin.
The ileostomy experiments show both in the human and the dog that break down occurs chiefly in the colon and not in the upper intestine, and that bacterial enzymes are involved rather than the enzymes of the animal organism.