MD FRCP F. P. Antia MS

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The DNA content in gastric aspirate was measured before and during intragastric infusion of 0.1 or 0.2 g/hr tobacco powder. The infusion of 0.1 g/hr caused an insignificant rise in the DNA content but infusion of 0.2 g/hr of tobacco caused a marked and rapid rise in the DNA content of gastric aspirate during the hour of infusion. The effect of tobacco was(More)
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