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I. Books and Reports Heart & Circulation

  1. 2431B.
    A mathematical approach to cardio-vascular function.J. E. W. Beneken, 1965, Institute of Medical Physics, Utrecht, Netherlands. Report No. 2-4-5/6, 198 pp.Google Scholar
  2. 2432B.
    Electrophysiology of the heart.B. Taccardi andG. Marchetti, Eds., 1965, Pergamon Press, London, 360 pp., 105s.Google Scholar
  3. 2433B.
    Medical electronics in cardiovascular disease.C. K. Friedberg andE. Donoso, 1963, Grune and Stratton, London, 274 pp.Google Scholar
  4. 2434B.
    A handbook of heart terms. Heart Information Center, Natl. Heart Inst., Bethesda, Md. Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. $30.00.Google Scholar
  5. 2435B.
    Heart rate patterns observed in medical monitoring.D. G. Simons andR. L. Johnson, 1965, USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Med. Div., Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, 15 pp.Google Scholar
  6. 2436B.
    The analysis of central nervous system and cardio-vascular data using computer methods. (Symposium held in Washington, D.C., October 1964).L. D. Proctor andW. R. Adey, Eds., 1965, Natl. Aerospace Adm., Washington, D.C., Publ. No. NASA, SP-72, 484 pp., $4.50.Google Scholar
  7. 2437B.
    Cardiac pacemakers.H. E. Whipple, Ed., 1964, Academy of Sciences, New York 308 pp., $7.Google Scholar
  8. 2438B.
    The personalized telemetry medical monitoring and performance data-gathering system for the 1962 SAM-MATS fatigue study.D. G. Simons, W. Prather andW. K. Coombs, 1965, USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Med. Div., Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, Publ. No. SAM-TR-65-17, 29 pp.Google Scholar
  9. 2439B.
    Regulatory systems of the blood circulation. (Thesis).J. C. M. Grupping, 1963, Technical Univ Delft, The Netherlands, 86 pp.Google Scholar
  10. 2440B.
    The validity of flight blood pressure data.J. Roman, J. P. Henry andP. Meehan, 1965, USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Med. Div., Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, Publ. No. SAM-TR-65-27, 14 pp.Google Scholar

Respiration, resuscitation & artificial internal organs

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    Pulmonary structure and function. (Ciba symposium).G. E. W. Wolstenholme, Ed., 1962, J. & A. Churchill Ltd., London, 416 pp., 54s.Google Scholar
  2. 2442B.
    The chemistry and physics of anesthesia.J. Adriani, 1962, The Ryerson Press, Toronto, $31.25.Google Scholar
  3. 2443B.
    Resuscitation and artificial hypothermia.V. A. Negovskii, 1962, Consultants Bureau, New York, 314 pp., $12.50.Google Scholar
  4. 2444B.
    La surveillance électronique en anesthésie et réanimation (Séminaire held at Barbizon, France, March 1964).M. Cara, Ed., Association des Anesthésiologistes Français, 32, rue Amiral-Courbet, Lyon, France, 136 pp.Google Scholar
  5. 2445B.
    Clinical applications of hyperbaric oxygen.L. Boerema et al., Eds., 1964, American Elsevier, New York, 427 pp., $20.Google Scholar
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    Transactions (10th annual meeting of the American Society for Artificial Internal Organs, held at Chicago, Ill., April 1964).G. E. Schreiner, Ed., Dept. Med., Georgetown Univ. Hosp., Washington, D.C., 445 pp., $10.00.Google Scholar

II. Other Publications (Serial) Heart & Circulation Electrocardiography

  1. 2447.
    Remote on-line, real-time computer diagnosis of the clinical electrocardiogram.G. H. Whipple, J. F. Dickson, H. Horibe andL. Stark, Boston Univ., M.I.T., Boston, Mass., U.S.A.,Communs Ass. comput. Mach. 1965,8, 49–52.Google Scholar
  2. 2448.
    Telephone transmission of electrocardiograms and on-line computer diagnosis.A. S. Berson, F. W. Stallmann, J. H. Broders andH. V. Pipberger, VA Res. Ctr., Cardio-vascular Data Processing, M. Alto VA Hosp., Washington, D.C., U.S.A.,Am. J. med. Electron., 1965,4, 35–37.Google Scholar

Cardiac monitoring

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    Electronique et cardiologie.J. Oudin, Compagnie Française Thomson-Houston. Toute l'Electronique, 1965,32, 238–240.Google Scholar
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    A Cardiotachometer with fast response.J. Czekajewski andP. A. Tove, Inst. Physics, Electronic Dept. Univ. Uppsala, Sweden.Med. Electron. biol. Engng, 1965,3, 57–63.Google Scholar
  3. 2451.
    The Middlexes Hospital pulse monitor.M. G. Hewer, Dept. Clinical Measurement, Middlesex Hosp., London, England.Med. Electron. biol. Engng, 1965,3, 199–202.Google Scholar
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    Kreislaufüberwachungsalange KÜA-1.E. Kober, WTZ Radiol. Technik & Medizinische Elektronik, Dresden N 30, Germany.Medizintechnik, 1964,4, 184–187.Google Scholar

Pacemakers

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    An implantable pacemaker for the reduction of heart rate.R. S. C. Cobbold andJ. F. Lopez, Div. Biomed. Engng., Univ. Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.Med. Electron. biol. Engng, 1965,3, 273–278.Google Scholar
  2. 2454.
    Body moisture and the operating life of implantable heart rate transmitters.G. L. Shook andG. E. Folk, Jr., 3134 Glenwood Court, St. Ann, Mo. U.S.A.I.E.E.E. Trans. Bio-Med. Engng, 1965,BME-12, 44–46.Google Scholar

Blood pressure

  1. 2455.
    Measurement of systolic & diastolic blood pressure by means of phase shift.G. D. P. de Dobbeleer.Wld med. Electron., 1965,3, 122–126.Google Scholar

Respiration, anesthesia & intensive care respiratory function

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    Recording respirations in newborn babies by measuring impedance of the chest.J. E. Pallett andJ. W. Scopes, Postgraduate Med. Sch., London, England.Med. Electron. biol. Engng, 1963,3, 161–168.Google Scholar
  2. 2457.
    Nitrogen washout computer.T. Shinosaki, J. Abajian, B. S. Tabakin andJ. S. Hanson, Natl. Heart Inst., Bethesda, Md., U.S.A.,Am. J. med. Electron., 1965,4, 23–27Google Scholar

Anesthesia

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    Infra-red spectroscopy, its application in anaesthesia and respiratory physiology.T. Powell, Res. Dept. Anaesthetics, Royal Coll. Surgeons of England, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London W.C.2, England.Wld. med. Electron., 1965,3, 8–18.Google Scholar

Hyperbaroxia

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    Design and construction of Britain's largest hyperbaric oxygen operating theatre.W. W. Baker.Wld. med. Electron., 1965,3, 81–83.Google Scholar

Intensive care

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    Developpements récents dans la conception des unités de soins.W. F. Vetter, Lausanne.Wld. Hosp., 1965,1, 237–240.Google Scholar

Brain brain measurement, general

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    Diagnostic method of the organic cerebral lesion by steady potential encephalography.H. Miyake andK. Sano, Dept. Neurosurgery, Fac. Med., Univ. Tokyo, Japan,Jap. J. med. Electron. biol. Engng 1965,3, 56–59.Google Scholar
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    Facilitation: Electrical response enhanced by conditional excitation of cerebral cortex.L. T. Rutledge, Dept. Physiol., Univ. Michigan Med. Sch., Ann Arbor. Mich., U.S.A.Science, N.Y., 1965,148, 1246–1248.Google Scholar

Evoked cortical responses

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    Selective attentiveness and cortical evoked responses to visual and auditory stimuli.P. Spong, M. Haider andD. B. Lindsley, Dept. Psychol. Physiol., Univ. California, Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A.,Science, N.Y., 1965,148, 395–397.Google Scholar
  2. 2464.
    A summing computer for measuring evoked auditory responses in man.G. A. McCandless, L. G. Best andJ. H. Larkins, Audiology, Sect., Div. Otolaryng., Univ. Colorado Sch. Med.Am. J. med. Electron., 1965,4, 78–81.Google Scholar
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    Visually evoked electrocortical responses in kittens: development of specific and nonspecific systems.G. H. Rose andD. B. Lindsley, Dept. Psychol. Physiol. Brain Res. Institute, Univ. California, Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A.,Science, N.Y., 1965,148, 1244–1246.Google Scholar
  4. 2466.
    Evoked brain potential correlates of psychophysical responses: Heterochromatic flicker photometry.J. B. Siegfried, D. I. Tepas, H. G. Sperling andR. H. Hiss St. Paul, Minnesota, Lab. Physiological Hygiene, Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis, U.S.A.Science, N.Y., 1965,149, 321–323.Google Scholar

Special sense systems opthalmology

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    Treatment and prevention of retinal detachment of the eye.J. G. Dobbie, Dept. Ophthalmol. Northwestern Univ. Med. Sch., Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.Am. J. med. Electron., 1965,4, 92–94.Google Scholar

Visual Physiology

  1. 2468.
    The electric activity of the eye in the first days of life.G. P. M. Horsten andJ. E. Winkelman, Lab. General Physiology, University Nijmegen, Nijmegen, Netherlands.Acta physiol. pharmac. neerl., 1965,13,Google Scholar
  2. 2469.
    Electroretinogram in newborn human infants.A. B. Barnet, A. Lodge andJ. C. Armington, Walter Reed Army Inst. Res., Washington Sch. Psychiatry, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.Science, N.Y., 1965,148, 651–654.Google Scholar
  3. 2470.
    Spectral sensitivity of pigeon (Columba livia).H. Ikeda, Inst. Ophthalmol., London, England.Vision Res., 1965,5, 19–36.Google Scholar

Conditioning

  1. 2471.
    Reinforcement schedule generated by an on-line digital computer.B. Weiss andV. G. Laties, Dept: Pharm. Experimental Therapeutics; Dept. Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins Univ. Sch. Med., Baltimore, Md., U.S.A.,Science, N.Y., 1965,148, 658–661.Google Scholar

Psychology & Psychiatry psychology

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    Galvanic skin reflex in newborn humans.D. H. Crowell, C. M. Davis, B. J. Chun andF. J. Spellacy, Newborn Psychological Res. Lab., Pacific Biomed. Res. Ctr., Univ. Hawaii, Honolulu.Science, N.Y., 1965,148, 1108–1111.Google Scholar
  2. 2473.
    Finger-sweat prints in the differentiation of low and high incentive.R. B. Malmo, 1033 Pine Ave. W., Montreal, Canada.Psychophysiology, 1965,1, 231–240.Google Scholar

Psychiatry

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    Visual cerebral evoked response characteristics in a psychiatric population.C. Shagass andM. Schwartz, Dept. Psychiatry, Psychopathic Hosp., State Univ. Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, U.S.A.,Am. J. Psychiat., 1965,121, 979–987.Google Scholar

Radiation & radioisotopes special accessories

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    Der Einfluss der wirklichen Korngrösse des Calciumwolframat-Leuchtstoffe auf die Detailwiedergabe von Röntgen-Verstärkerfolien.R. Piwonka, G. Voigt andE. C. Petri.Röntgenblätter, Berl., 1965,18, 79–84.Google Scholar
  2. 2476.
    Die Röntgen-Bildverstärker-Röhre Sirecon duplex 25/15.R. Denecke andE. Fenner.Röntgenblätter, Berl., 1965,18, 85–89.Google Scholar
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    Über Röntgenverstärkerfolien: Bildgüte und Dosisbedarf bei Röntgenaufnahmen in Abhängigkeit von der Grösse der Leutstoffkristalle.W. Angerstein andH. Plapperer,Fortschr. Geb. Röntg Strahl. Nukl Med. 196518, 16–21.Google Scholar
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    Der Abschattungseffekt und die Belichtungsautomatik.E. Pirker.Fortschr Geb. Röntg Stahl. Nukl Med., 1965,102, 97–101.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

Radiotherapy

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    The small patient chamber, radiotherapy.I. Churchill-Davidson, St. Thomas' Hosp., London, England.Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 1965,117, 875–882.Google Scholar

Dosimetry

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    Present and future needs of dosimetry.H. H. Rossi, Radiological, Res. Lab. Dept. Radiology, Columbia Univ., New York, N.Y., U.S.A.Hlth. Phys. 1965,11, 949–951.Google Scholar
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    Standardization of ionization chambers for megavolt X-rays.G. P. Barnard,Zentbl. ges. Radiol., 1965,84, p. 1Google Scholar

Whole-body counting

  1. 2482.
    Whole-body counting.W. C. Roesch, Hanford Lab., General Electric Co., Richland, Washington, U.S.A.Hlth. Phys., 1965,11, 945–948.Google Scholar

Scintillation counting

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    Une nouvelle méthode de présentation des documents scintigraphiques.A. Gandy andG. Lemarquand,C. r. hébd Séanc Acad. Sci., Paris, 1965,260, 2959–2962.Google Scholar
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    Utilisation du compteur à scintillations en milieu liquide pour la mesure directe de la radioactivité du tritium incorporé dans des cellules de mammifères cultivées in vitro.P. Fallot, A. Girgis, M. Laine-Böszörmenyi andJ. Vieuchange, Dept. Biologie, Centre d'Etudes Nucléaires, Saclay, France.Int. J. appl. Radiat. Isotopes, 1965,16, 349–356.Google Scholar

Radioisotope methods

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    Radiometric detection of exposure to insecticides.R. W. Disney, Biochem. Dept., Agricultural Res. Council, Pest Infestation Lab., Slough, Buckinghamshire, England.Am. J. med. Electron., 1965,4, 70–72Google Scholar

Effects of ionizing radiation

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    Electronic equilibrium and transition stages.J. Dutreix, A. Dutreix andM. Tubiana. Inst. Gustave Roussy, Villejuif, France.Physics Med. Biol., 1965,10, 177–190.Google Scholar
  2. 2487.
    Experimentelle und theoretische Studien über die relative biologische Wriksamkeit von Neutronen.—VI.D. Piroth, E. H. Graul andH. Kruger.Atompraxis, 1965,11, p. 33.Google Scholar
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    Reduction of low rate of growth of hair in mice as an indicator of exposure to chronic low dosage ionizing radiation.D. C. Chow, S. Rothman, A. L. Lorincz, F. Malkinson andA. Sandburg, Argonne Cancer Res. Hosp., Dept. Med., Univ. Chicago.Nature, Lond., 1965,203, 847–848.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

Hazards & protection

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    Gas proportional, alpha- beta-gamma continuous air monitor.J. G. Ello, W. H. Smith andJ. H. Pingel, Industrial Hygiene Safety Div., Argonne Natl. Lab., 9700 South Cass Ave., Argonne, Ill, U.S.A.,Hlth. Phys., 1965,11, 773–778.Google Scholar

Other clinical specialism Clinical diagnosis, general

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    Infra-red thermoprofile analysis in clinical medicine.E. Brueschke, J. D. Haberman-Brueschke andJ. Gershon-Cohen, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.Am. J. med. Electron., 1965,4, 65–69.Google Scholar
  2. 2491.
    Ultrasonic scanning of biologic tissue by a new technique.F. L. Thurstone, N. I. Kjosnes andW. M. McKinney, Biomed. Engng. Dept. Bowman Gray Sch. Med. Winston-Salem, N.C., U.S.A.Science, N.Y.,149, 302–303.Google Scholar
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    Ein spezielles Verfahren zur Fremdkörperlokalisation.J. Schütz andE. Schnepper,Röntgenblätter, Berl., 1965,18, 90–93.Google Scholar

Clinical therapy, general

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    Die Bedeutung der Luftelektrizität, der Elektro-Aerosol-Therapie, der direkten elektrostatischen Aufladungstherapie nach Takata und ihre biologische Wirkung auf das vegetative Nervensystem unter Berücksichtigung des Vegetonogramms.—I.K. H. Schulz.Zentbl. biol. Aerosol-Forsch., 1965,12, 206–212.Google Scholar

Clinical laboratory, general

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    De quelques principes pouvant présider au choix de l'appareillage de laboratoire au moment de l'achat du matériel hospitalier.J. Desbordes, Hôpital Broussais.Techqs hosp., 1965,20, 49–51.Google Scholar

Internal medicine

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    Significance of the time lag in “tracer” movement: Representation of unidirectionally-connected pool sequences by time lag.L. Sharney, L. R. Wasserman, N. R. Gevirtz, L. Schwartz andD. Tenler, Dept. Hematol., Mount Sinai Hosp., New York, N.Y., U.S.A.Am. J. med. Electron., 1965,4, 95–99.Google Scholar

Gastroenterology

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    Telemetrie und schlauchlose Proben-Entnahme bei Untersuchungen des Intestinaltraktes.H. C. Mäurer.Medizinalmarkt/Acta Medicotech., 1964,12, p. 92, p. 95.Google Scholar
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    The problem of adequate illumination in cinegastrography.G. M. Katz andH. Colcher, Dept. Neurol. Coll. Physicians & Surgeons, Columbia Univ., New York, N.Y., U.S.A.,Med. Electron. biol. Engng, 1965,3, 279–289.Google Scholar

Obstetrics & gynecology

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    Radiotelemetering applied to obstetrical practice.K. Fujii, H. Suda, T. Kawashima andZ. Arai.Jap. J. med. Electron. biol. Engng, 1964,2, 33–37.Google Scholar
  2. 2499.
    Erste Erfahrungen mit dem Foreometer Prema. (Transl. from Czechoslov.)J. Kryšpin,Sluzba Zdra., Praha, März, 1964, 13–15.Google Scholar
  3. 2500.
    Unsere Erfahrungen mit der Anwendung des Foreometers in der Gynäkologie. (Transl. from Czechoslov.)E. Stiksa.Služba Zdra., Praha, März, 1964, 15–16.Google Scholar

Urology

  1. 2501.
    Neue technische Gegebenheiten in der urologischen Photo-, Film- und Fernseh-Endoskopie.H. J. Reuter.Medizinalmarkt/Acta Medicotech., 1964,12, 55–59.Google Scholar

Dermatology

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    A method for the simultaneous measurement of Eh, pH and temperature of the skin.A. M. T. Kelly, Dept. Dermatology, Belfast City Hosp., Belfast.Br. J. Derm., 1965,77, 322–325.Google Scholar

Diathermy

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    Objektive Dosierung in der Kurzwellentherapie durch echten Hochfrequenzleistungsmesser im Kurzwellentherapie-Gerät KW 4.G. Koenig.Dte. Ges. Wes., 1965,20, 263–269.Google Scholar

Basic biomedical sciences electrophysiology

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    Respiratory and electrical responses to light stimulation in the retina of the frog.W. Sickel, Dept. Biophysics, Johns Hopkins, Univ., Baltimore, Md., U.S.A.,Science, N.Y., 1965,148, 648–651.Google Scholar
  2. 2505.
    Arthropod preparation for behavioral, electrophysiological, and biochemical studies.W. C. Corning, D. A. Feinstein andJ. R. Haight, Dept. Biophysics, Michigan State Univ., East Lansing, Mich., U.S.A.Science, N.Y., 1965,148, 394–395.Google Scholar
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    Semi-conduction and electrode processes in biological material.—I.P. S. B. Digby, Dept. Biol., St. Thomas's Hosp. Med. Sch., London, England.Proc. R. Soc. (B)., 1965,161, 490–511.Google Scholar

Echolocation

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    Seuils de perception du système sonar du Marsouin Phocaena phocaena L., en fonction du diamètre d'un obstacle filiforme.R.-G. Busnel, A. Dziezic andS. Andersen, Lab. Physiologie Acoustique I.N.R.A., Domaine de Vilvert, Jouy-en-Josas, S.-et-O., France.C. r. hébd Séanc Acad. Sci., Paris, 1965,260, 295–297.Google Scholar

Microbiology

  1. 2508.
    A simple device for the cultivation of bacteria in a temperature-gradient.J. Douglas, Dept. Biol., Brunel College, London. England. Laboratory Practice, 1965,14, 450–451.Google Scholar

Biophysics, molecular

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    Ionizing radiation: Effect of irradiated medium on synthetic processes.E. C. Pollard, M. J. Ebert, C. Miller, K. Kolacz andT. F. Barone, Biophysics Dept., Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park, Pa., U.S.A.Science, N.Y., 1965,147, 1045–1047.Google Scholar

Biophysics, Cellular

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    Mechanism of cell damage during freezing and thawaing and its prevention.J. Farrant, Natl Inst. Med. Res., Mill Hill, London N.W.7, England.Nature, Lond., 1965,205, 1284–1287.Google Scholar
  2. 2511.
    Reversible changes in shape of red cells in electrical fields.R. P. Rand, A. C. Burton andP. Canham, Dept. Biophysics, Univ. Western Ontario, London, Ont., Canada.Nature, Lond., 1965,205, 977–978.Google Scholar

Biomathematics

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    On a waiting time problem in physiology.M. ten Hoopen andH. A. Reuver, Medisch-Fysisch Inst. TNO, Utrecht, Netherlands.Statistica neerl., 1965,19, 27–34.Google Scholar

Biological effects

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    Some negative results in the search for a lethal effect of magnetic fields on biological materials.E. J. Hall, J. S. Bedford andM. J. M. Leask, Radiotherapy Dept., Churchill Hospital, Oxford.Nature, Lond., 1965,203, 1086–1087.Google Scholar
  2. 2514.
    Effets de champs électromagnétiques sur un lymphosarcome lymphoblastique transplantable du rat.M.-R. Riviere, A. Priore, F. Berlureau, M. Fournier andM. Guerin, Lab. Méd. expérimentale, Inst. Recherches Sci. sur le Cancer, Villejuif, Seine, France.C. r. hébd Séanc Acad. Sci., Paris, 1965,260, 2099–2102.Google Scholar
  3. 2515.
    Phénomènes de régression observés sur les greffes d'un lymphosarcome chez des souris exposées à des champs électromagnétiques.M.-R. Riviere, A. Priore, F. Berlureau, M. Fournier andM. Guerin, Lab. Méd. expérimentale, Inst. Recherches Sci. sur le Cancer, Villejuif, Seine, France.C. r. hébd Séanc Acad. Sci., Paris, 1965,260, 2639–2643.Google Scholar
  4. 2516.
    Contribution à l'étude, de la neurosécrétion chez le Lombricien Allolobophora chlorotica Sav. soumis à l'influence de radiations lumineuses.J. Maissiat, Lab. Biologie animale et d'Ecophysiologie, Fac. Sciences, Poitiers, France.C. r. hébd Séanc Acad. Sci., Paris, 1965,260, 2606–2608.Google Scholar

Ecology

  1. 2517.
    Deep body temperature of an unrestrained Welsh mountain sheep recorded by a radiotelemetric technique during a 12-month period.J. Bligh, D. L. Ingram, R. D. Keynes andS. G. Robinson, A.R.C. Inst. Animal Physiol., Babraham, Cambridge, England.J. Physiol., Lond., 1965,176, 136–144.Google Scholar
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    Continuous radiotelemetric records of the deep body temperature of some unrestrained African mammals under near-natural conditions.J. Bligh andA. M. Harthoorn, A.R.C. Inst. Animal Physiol., Babraham, Cambridge, England.J. Physiol., Lond., 1965,176, 145–162.Google Scholar

Instruments & methods electrodes, special

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    Investigation of pacemaker electrodes.H. J. T. Thalen, E. R. Boersma, E. Boonstra andJ. Van den Berg, Dept. Medical Physics, Univ. Groningen, Groningen, Holland.Acta Physiol. Pharmacol. neerl., 1965,13, p. 221.Google Scholar

Telemetry, wire

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    A multiwire cable for recording from moving subjects.A. Kamp, M. L. Kok andF. W. de Quartel, Inst, Medical Physics TNO, Utrecht, Netherlands.Electroenceph. clin. Neurophysiol., 1965,18, 422–423.Google Scholar

Television

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    Fernbeobachtung von Patienten. (Remote observation of patients).E. Mehler, Bezirkskrankenhaus Dresden-Friedrichstadt, East Germany.Medizintechnik, 1965,5, 129–130.Google Scholar
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    Television as a therapeutic tool.F. J. Moore, E. Chernell andM. J. West, 2500 N State St., Jackson, Miss., U.S.A.,Archs. gen. Psychiat., 1965,12, 217–220.Google Scholar

Stimulators, electric

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    Radio frequency stimulation: A research and clinical tool.L. Eisenberg, A. Mauro, W. W. L. Glen andJ. H. Hageman, Rockefeller Institute.Science, N.Y., 1965,147, 578–582.Google Scholar

Curve Tracers, Optical

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    An inertia-less method of converting EEG curves registered on paper into corresponding voltage patterns.J. A. J. Klijn, Lab. General Physiology, Catholic niv., Nijmegen, Netherlands.Acta Physiol. Pharmacol. neerl., 1965,13.Google Scholar

Automatic devices, miscellaneous

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    Dosage biologique de la colistine à l'aide d'un appareillage automatique.J.-M. Payan, F. Tanguy andP. de Lajudie, Lab. Roger Bellon, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France.Annls. pharm. fr., 1965,23, 117–124.Google Scholar
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    A semi-automatic device for multiple inoculation of agar plates.L. J. Hale andG. W. Inkley, Res. Dept., Boots Pure Drug Co. Ltd., Nottingham.Lab. Pract., 1965,14, 452–453.Google Scholar

Ultrasonics, General

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    Biological applications of ultrasonics.E. A. Davidson, Duke University, Durham, N.C., U.S.A.Lab. Pract., 1965,14, 443–447.Google Scholar

Microwave Techniques

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Lasers

  1. 2529.
    Optical second-harmonic generation in crystalline amino acids.K. E. Rieckhoff andW. L. Peticolas, IBM Res. Lab., San Jose, Calif., U.S.A.,Science, N.Y., 1965,147, 610–611.Google Scholar

Spectrophotometry

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    Two modifications to the photomultiplier microphotometer unit of the Aminco-Bowman spectrophotofluorometer.A. H. Anton, J. C. Parker andD. W. Wolfe, Dept. Psychiatry, Univ. Florida, Coll. Med., Gainesville, Florida, U.S.A.,Med. Electron. biol. Engng, 1965,3, 81–82.Google Scholar

Chromotography, Gas

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    The ionization mechanism in a microargon detector for gas chromatography.A. J. L. Collinson, J. R. Bennett andD. W. Hill, Dept. Physics, Borough Polytechnic, London S.E.1, England.Br. J. appl. Phys., 1965,16, 631–638.Google Scholar

Electrophoresis

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