Christopher R. Monkhouse

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The concentration of tryptophan not incorporated into protein or polypeptides in the pancreas of male rats rose two- to three-fold in response to a 24 hrs period of food deprivation. On refeeding or intra-peritoneal administration of glucose the level of tryptophan in the pancreas fell, while that in the serum rose. The pancreas B-cytotoxic agents alloxan(More)
A study has been made of the consequences of in utero decapitation on the morphological and physiological development of the fetal lung. Fetal rabbits were decapitated in situ at 22 days, without losing any amniotic fluid, and allowed to continue their development with their undamaged littermates as controls. Such decapitation, of course, removes the(More)
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