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The effect of food stimuli on leukocytosis in man

Communication I. The significance of various foods in the characteristics of conditioned and complex reflex food-induced leukocytosis
  • I. I. Il'in
Physiology
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Summary

The effect of the type of food on leukocytosis was studied in human beings. It was demonstrated that certain foods, such as sausage, herring, vegetable soup cause higher conditioned and complex reflex food leukocytosis than other food stimuli, such as white bread and cakes.

Both types of leukocytosis are redistributional in character. Consequently, it is necessary to take into consideration the character of meals for correct evaluation of results in investigating the conditioned and complex reflex food leukocytosis.

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Public Health Correct Evaluation White Bread Food Stimulus Vegetable Soup 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • I. I. Il'in
    • 1
  1. 1.Psychiatric Section, The I. P. Pavlov Institute of PhysiologyAcademy of Sciences USSRLeningrad

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