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Anonymous 1964: The importance of the detoxication processes in the mechanism of the selective toxicity of organophosphorus insecticides ,.
Pau, H. 1952: The importance of the displacement of the lens-nucleus for the lntracapsular mechanism of accomodation. Klin Monatsbl Augenheilkunde 121(2): 224-226
Kerimova, N.I. 1966: The importance of the disposition of industrial equipment with respect to prevailing winds for contamination of the air of working places by toxic substances. Tr Azerb Nauch Issled Inst Gig Tr Prof Zabol 1: 138-146
Strelin, G.S.; Schmidt, N.K. 1957: The importance of the dose rate of radioactive cobalt radiation on the biological reaction of the organism. M N Pobedinskii and P N Kiselev, Editors Problems of Radiobiology p 38-41
Effersoe, P. 1965: The importance of the duration of incubation in the investigation of blood cultures. Acta Pathol Microbiol Scand 65(1): 129-133
Rheinheimer, G. 1968: The importance of the elbe estuary for polluting the southern north sea from the bacteriological point of view. Helgolaender Wissenschaftliche Meeresuntersuchungen 17(1/4): 445-454
Buck, A. 1951: The importance of the electro-dermato-gram in meteoro-biological research. Med Meteorol Hefte 6: 9-14
Hormann, J. 1950: The importance of the electrocardiogram, particularly the precordial leads, in the diagnosis of silicosis. Zeitschr Kreislaufforsch 39(19/20): 624-633
Mielke, S. 1940: The importance of the electrochemical phenomena for the development of the changes of chalcosis in the crystalline lens and the corneae. Arch Au Genheilk 141: 644-654
Dugal, L.P.; Dunnigan, J. 1962: The importance of the electroejaculatory test in the case of the guinea pigs subjected to chronic exposure to cold. Canadian Jour Biochem And Physiol 40(3): 407-412
Grossman, P. 1965: The importance of the endogenous creatinine clearance during infancy. Acta Biol Med Ger 13(3): 336-342
Pilger, R. 1948: The importance of the entomogamy to the system of the higher plants. Rundschr Deutsch Bot Ges: 11
Tuovinen, P.I.; Pohjola, R. 1949: The importance of the epididymis in castration. Acta Endocrinol 3(1): 1-16
Smelser, G.K. 1959: The importance of the epithelium in the synthesis of the sulfated ground substances in corneal connective tissue. Trans New York Acad Sci 21(7): 575-577
Noce, R.; Bormida, A.; Berti Riboli, E. 1969: The importance of the evaluation of rest time in arteriopathic patients with intermittent claudication of the inferior arteries. Annali Italiani di Chirurgia 45(1): 135-141, 1968
Myslivecek, J. 1959: The importance of the evolutionary aspect in higher nervous activity research Abstract. IN CZECH ACTIVITAS NERV SUPER l (Suppl 1): 120-121
Treptow, K.; Hecht, K.; Baumann, R. 1965: The importance of the experimental situation and its informative values for glycaemic regulation. Acta Biol Med Ger 15(6): 712-724
Schildberg, F.W.; Fleckenstein, A. 1965: The importance of the extracellular calcium concentration in the splitting of energy-rich phosphate in the resting and active myocardium. Arch Gesamte Physiol Mens Tiere 283(2): 137-150
Von Wendt, Georg 1940: The importance of the fat in the food. Nordisk Jordbrugsforsk 22: 89-94
Ivanova, M.A. 1958: The importance of the flowering calendar of mellifers for continuous honey yield. Pchelovodstvo 12: 30-33
Gulisashvili, V.Z. 1966: The importance of the flowering characteristics of Caucasian and Pontian rhododendrons in the determination of their origin. Byulleten' Moskovskogo Obshchestva Ispytatelei Prirody, Otdel Biologicheskii 71(1): 136-137
Herczerg, E. 1966: The importance of the fluorescent microscopic demonstration of tubercle bacilli in the diagnosis of lymph node tuberculosis and sarcoidosis. Beitr Klin Erforsch Tuberk Lungenkrankheiten 134(1): 62-68
Malmstrom, C. 1949: The importance of the forest type in silviculture. Kungl Lant Bruksakad Tidskr 88(3): 226-242
Kiselev, P.N.; Nikitina, K.I.; Cheng, S.Ch'ang 1965: The importance of the formation of antiendotoxins against E. coli in the involution of the hemorrhagic syndrome in radiation sickness. Radiobiologiya 5(1): 87-92
Delle Piane, A.R. 1962: The importance of the foxus in pulmonary tuberculosis prophylaxis. Rev Asoc Med Argentina 76(9): 433-441
Watson, C.J. 1956: The importance of the fractional serum bilirubin determination in clinical medicine. Annals of Internal Medicine 45(3): 351-368
Downs, D.E. 1963: The importance of the frying medium in doughnut frying. Baker S Dig 37(2): 66-69
Dzidziguri, T.D. 1959: The importance of the functional state of the higher divisions of the central nervous system in disorders of cholesterol metabolism. Biul Eksperim Biol Imed Transl 47(2): 163-167
Kleihauer, E.; Miltenyl, N. 1964: The importance of the gamma-chains to elucidate the properties of fetal hemoglobin. Acta Haematol 32(5): 280-291
Boccuzzi, G.; Paolino, W. 1947: The importance of the gastrointestinal tract in regulating the white corpuscles under physiological and pathological conditions. Review of Gastroenterology 14(12): 839-850
Buecherl, W. 1957: The importance of the genital bulbs and the tibial apophyses of the males in the classification of the mygalomorph spiders. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias 29(3): 377-420
Wiessner, W.; Kuhl, A. 1962: The importance of the glyoxylate cycle in the photoassimilation of acetate by phototrophic algae Contributions to the physiology and morphology of the algae. Vort Gesamtgebier Bot 1: 102-108
Nannenga, E.T. 1939: The importance of the gonidia to the classification of the lichens. Rec Trav Bot Neerland 36: 538-542
Michl, J.; Svobodova, J. 1966: The importance of the growth-promoting -globulin for cells in culture. Folia Biol prague 12(1): 57-64
Modyeva, N.S. 1965: The importance of the hemagglutination reaction in the laboratory diagnosis of acute dysentery. Lab Delo 4: 199-200
Lamy, P.; Anthoine, D.; Rebeix, G.; Vaillant, G.; Mollet, E. 1967: The importance of the hemisuccinate of triamcinolone acetonide in pulmonary tuberculosis title. Semaine des Hopitaux 43(19): 1283
Hedstrom, H. 1945: The importance of the hemolytic streptococci in human and veterinary medicine. Suomen Elainlaakarilehti Finsk Vet Tidskr 51: 103-112
Meinicke, R. 1956: The importance of the host plant for the formation of the alkaloid characteristics of the sclerotia of Claviceps purpurea Tul. Flora 143(3): 395-427
Fegorov, M.V. 1948: The importance of the hydrogen directly attached to the carbon on fixation of molecular nitrogen by Azotobacter. Mikrobiologiia 17(3): 208-217
Herzfeld, E.; Frieder, A. 1928: The importance of the hypophysis for the specific dynamic effect of protein. Zeitschr Ges Physikal Therapie 35(4): 149-153
Aleshin, B.V. 1960: The importance of the hypothalamus in the control of the anterior hypophysis. Usp Sovrem Biol 49(1): 115-135
Engelfriet, C.P.; Meleef, C.J.M.; Van Der Hart, M.; Van Loghem, J.J. 1967: The importance of the immune adherence assay for the demonstration of leucocyte iso-antigens on leucocytes and cells of other tissues. Histocompatibility testing Report of a conference and workshop 14-24 June, 407-412
Glenny, A.T.; Llewellyn Jones, M. 1930: The importance of the in vitro in vivo ratio of diphtheria antitoxin. Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 34(1): 110-111
Zhdanov, G.L.; Sorokina, I.B.; Malkova, V.P.; Semkin, E.P. 1963: The importance of the individual groupings of the N-dichloroacetyl-D, L-serine molecule to its biological activity. Doklady. Biological Sciences 147(1-6): 1410-1411
Makarova, T.N.; Fedorov, E.N. 1968: The importance of the initial functional condition of the nervous system in fulfilling measured muscular tasks. Teoriya i Praktika Fizicheskoi Kul'tury 6: 26-29
Leites, S.M.; Smirnov, N.P. 1959: The importance of the insulin inactivating properties of the liver in the mechanism of action of antidiabetic sulfonamide preparations. Biul Eksperim Biol I Medicine transl 47(6): 711-714
Vodolazskii, L.A. 1959: The importance of the interelectrode resistance during registration of bioelectrical processes from the skin surface in man. Biull Eksptl Biol I Medicine Transl 48(10): 1281-1284
Balyn', I.R. 1964: The importance of the intracellular development of staphylococci in the lymph nodes of white rats for their sensitivity to colistin and penicillin. Antlbiotlkl 9(12): 1070-1072
Fedotova, T.I. 1963: The Importance of the Intraspecific Variability of the Pathogens of Plant Diseases for Practical Selection Referat Zhur Otd Vypusk Rastenievodstvo, 1964, No. 1.55.439.. Tr Vses Nauchn Issled Inst Zashchity Rast 17: 119-137
Toriello, J. 1962: The importance of the intravenous cholangiograph in the differential diagnosis of acute cholecystitis. Rev Colegio Med 13(1): 11-16
Schuffelen, A.C.; Loosjes, R. 1946: The importance of the ion activity of the medium and the root potential for the kation - absorption by the plant. Proceedings K Nederland Akad Wetenschap Amsterdam 49(1): 80-86
Pozhar, Z.A. 1959: The importance of the isolation of stecklings in the control of beet diseases. Tr Vses Nauchn Issled Inst Sakharnoi Svekly 34: 219-222
Veronesi, Ricardo; Gomes, L.Forencio, S.; Soares, M.A.; Correa, A. 1966: The importance of the jet-injector in massive immunization projects in Brazil: results with the anti-tetanic and the anti-smallpox vaccines. Revista do Hospital das Clinicas 21(2): 92-95
Schneierson, S.S.; Bryer, M.S. 1953: The importance of the laboratory in antibiotic therapy. Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital new York 20(3): 155-164
Haddad, Q.Jorge 1961: The importance of the laboratory in the diagnosis of the choledochian syndrome. Rev Med Hondurena 29(1/4): 31-39
Ryser, H.; Borel, C.; Frei, J.; Csak, I.; Vannotti, A. 1958: The importance of the lactic acid dehydrogenase level for the etiology of serous exudates. Helvetica Med Acta 25(4): 407-409
Mandy, G.Y. 1949: The importance of the leaf form in apricots for determining the race. Borbasia 9(6/10): 131-139
Steen, I.; Steen, J.B. 1965: The Importance of the Legs in the Thermoregulation of Birds. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 63: 285-291
Wagner, H. 1964: The importance of the limbic system in obstetrics and gynecology. Bibl Gynaecol 30: 18-29
Clarenburg, A.; Vink, H.H. 1947: The importance of the liver for the detection of paratyphoid bacteria in meat inspection. Tijdschr Diergeneesk 72: 711-717
Van Der Werff, A. 1939: The importance of the lower algae in plant sociology. Nederland Kruidk Arch 49: 238-242
Miller, A.J.; Pick, R.; Katz, L.N. 1964: The Importance of the Lymphatics of the Mammalian Heart: Experimental Observations and some Speculations. Circulation 29(Suppl): 485-7
Eckart, W. 1961: The importance of the manufacture of improved potato products in Germany. European Potato Jour 4(1): 74-86
Robinson, A. 1960: The importance of the marri as a food source to South-Western Australian birds. Western Australian Naturalist 7(5): 109-115
Greenhill, B.J. 1967: The importance of the medial quadriceps expansion in medial ligament injury. Canadian Journal of Surgery. Journal Canadien de Chirurgie 10(3): 312-317
Khan, A.A. 1948: The Importance of the Method of Approach to Problems in Forest Hygiene with Particular Reference to the Experience in the Punjab. Indian Forester 74(3): 102-104
Bojalil, L.F.; Brandt, H.; Tamayo, R.P. 1961: The importance of the microbiology of autopsies. Rev LatinoAmerican Microbiol 4(1): 1-4
Olovson, T. 1945: The importance of the microscopic arteries, especially the capillaries, in the development of a collateral circulation. Acta Chir Scand 92: 331-338
Shilova, S.A.; Troitskii, V.B.; Mal'kov, G.B.; Bel'kovich, V.M. 1958: The importance of the mobility of forest mouselike rodents in the distribution of ticks Ixodes persulcatus P. Sch. in endemic foci of spring-summer encephalitis. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 37(6): 931-938
Griffith, G.C. 1960: The importance of the monoamine oxidase inhibitors in cardiovascular disease. American Journal of Cardiology 6: 1103-1105
Traina, S. 1930: The importance of the naso-pharyngo-laryngeal reflexes in respiratory and cardiac inhibition. Factors which may favor sudden death in the initial stages of chloroform narcosis. Arch Fisiol 28(3): 503-536
Grayson, J. 1967: The importance of the nerve supply to the coronary vessels in relation to myocardial ischemia and infarction. American Heart Journal 73(4): 570-573
Volkova, O.V. 1961: The importance of the nervous factor in the survival of transplants of the ovary. Arkh Anat Gistol I Embriol 40(2): 17-23
Andén, N.E.; Fuxe, F.; Hökfelt, T. 1966: The importance of the nervous impulse flow for the depletion of the monoamines from central neurones by some drugs. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 18(9): 630-632
Smitten, N.A. 1961: The importance of the nervous system in the formation of specific constitutional features of weakly pigmented animals. Arkh Patol 23(4): 23-31
Eisner, Betty Grover 1967: The importance of the non-verbal. The use of LSD in psychotherapy and alcoholism (Second Inter-national Conference on the use of LSD in psychotherapy 8-10 May, 1965 Amityville, N Y ) 542-560
Trendelenburg, U.; Jones, A. 1963: The importance of the norepinephrine stores for the action of various cardio-active drugs. BIO CHEM PHARMACOL 12(Suppl ): 235
Jenny, J. 1943: The importance of the nozzle of guns in the control of parasites in agriculture. Rev Hort Suisse 16(11): 227-231
Ljivi, B.; Bokovl, M.; Savi, V. 1960: The importance of the occipital sinus in re-establishing intracranial circulation after bilateral resection of both internal jugular veins Abstract. Acta Anatomica 42(3): 274
Pöntinen, P.J. 1966: The importance of the oculocardiac reflex during ocular surgery. Acta Ophthalmologica 1966: Suppl 86: 1-66
Strömòlsen, R. 1965: The importance of the orbital cortex in psychiatry. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 41(3): 274-285
Laurie, M.V. 1939: The Importance of the Origin of Seed in Forestry. Indian Forester 65(3): 146-150
Priedniek, E.La 1958: The importance of the original functional state in the phenomena of phagocytosis under the influence of luminal and caffeine. Zhur Mikrobiol Epidemiol I Immunobiol Transl 29(1/2): 316-317
Johnson, W.H. 1964: The Importance of the Otoliths in Disorientation. Aerospace Medicine 35: 874-877
Lab As, Y.A. 1959: The importance of the outward appearance of food in the feeding of young salmon and trout. Hybn Khoz 6: 32-37
Holwerda, K. 1952: The importance of the pH of culture media for the determination of the number of yeasts and bacteria in butter. Nederlands Melk En Zuiveltijdschr 6(1): 36-52
Arnold, G.; Kosche, F.; Miessner, E.; Neitzert, A.; Lochner, W. 1968: The importance of the perfusion pressure in the coronary arteries for the contractility and the oxygen consumption of the heart. Pflugers Archiv für die Gesamte Physiologie des Menschen und der Tiere 299(4): 339-356
Polak, E. 1926: The importance of the pharmacodynamical examination of the autonomous nervous system for the diagnosis and treatment of some surgical diseases. CASOPIS LEKA CESKyCH 14(13): 514-520, 559-565
Berndt, H.; Hoffmann, A. 1959: The importance of the phosphatases in the gastric juice for the gastric cancer. Acta Biol Et Med Ger 3: 302-306
Krug, H. 1965: The importance of the photoperiod-temperature response of potato varieties for breeding and cultivation. Europe Potato J 8(1): 14-27
Cardle, A.E. 1942: The importance of the pituitary gland in diabetes mellitus. Minnesota Med 25(4): 301-306
Markova, I.V. 1959: The importance of the pituitary-adrenal system in the sensitivity of animals to narcotics at various ages. Biul Eksperim Biol I Medicine Transl 47(3): 320-323
Langworthy, O.R.; Kouwenhoven, W.B. 1931: The importance of the points of contact in electric injuries. Jour Indust Hyg 13(5): 145-156
Fruentov, N.K. 1959: The importance of the position of the quaternary nitrogen atom in the molecule of certain compounds to their ability to react with true cholinesterase and pseudocholinesterase. Biull Eksptl Biol I Medicine Transl 48(12): 1492-1497
Seppanen, E.; Huokuna, E. 1962: The importance of the potato variety Up-to-Date in southeast Finland. Maataloustieteellinen Aikakauskirja 34(2): 83-90
Riffault, L. 1952: The importance of the poultry industry in the French agriculture. Bull Tech Inform Ingenieurs Serv Agric 66: 5-19
Ryantseva, T.N. 1960: The importance of the precedence of the unconditional reflex in the process of elaboration of a conditional reflex in white rats. Trudy Instituta Vysshei Nervnoi Deyatel' nosti Transl j Physiological Ser Vol I 71-85
Al'tgauzen, A.I.; Kartavenko, N.B. 1959: The importance of the presence of glycogen in the cells of the cervix uteri in the cytological diagnosis of cancer. Lab Delo 5: 6-9
Salonen, M.; Tahtinen, H.; Jokinen, R.; Keranen, T. 1968: The importance of the proportion of ammonium and nitrate nitrogen in multi nutrient fertilizers results of pot trials in the years 1961 1965 oats m. Annales Agriculturae Fenniae 7(3/4): 156-160
Gontea, I.; Bistriceanu, E.; Manea, M.; Draghicescu, M. 1968: The importance of the protein contribution in chronic intoxication with toluene. Studii si Cercetari de Biochimie 11(2): 159-166
Zaslove, M.O.; Ungerleider, J.T.; Fuller, M. 1968: The importance of the psychiatric nurse: views of physicians, patients, and nurses. American Journal of Psychiatry 125(4): 482-486
Findenegg, I. 1942: The importance of the quantity of nutritive material in lakes for the quantity and quality of their planktons. Biologe 11: 132-138
Mk, G.R.; Batygin, N.F.; Misyuk, L.A.; Lyanin, O.O. 1962: The importance of the rate at which ionizing radiation is applied when the duration of exposure is constant. Byul Nauchn Tekh Inform Po Agron Fiz 10: 19-20
Moses, C.; Critchfield, F.H.; Thomas, T.B. 1948: The importance of the rate of dye removal in the bromosulfalein test of liver function. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 33(4): 448-452
Abroshina, L.S. 1968: The importance of the ratio of potassium and calcium in the nutrient medium when tomatoes d are grown by the hydroponic method. Doklady Moskovskoi Sel'skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii Imeni K A Timiryazeva 138: 43-48
Hoyle, P.C.; Lobaton, M. 1958: The importance of the recovery chambers for beneficial insects in cotton plantations. Rev Peruana Entomol Agr 1(1): 17-19
Krzywanek, F.W.; Arnold, A. 1927: The importance of the red corpuscles in human blood during rest and exercise. Pfluger S Arch Ges Physiol 216: 640-643
Terracol, J.; Ardouin, P.; Jezegabel, C. 1966: The importance of the relationship between the optical canal and the spheroidal sinus and the posterior ethmoldal cells. Rev Med Tours 7(63): 169-181
Shaw, W.C.; Lindep, P.J.; Marth, P.C. 1953: The importance of the relative vapor activity of chemicals in the development and use of herbicides. Proceedings Southern Weed Conf : 45-46
Meyers, Barton Paul 1963: The importance of the response for discrimination learning and interocular transfer in visually deprived cats. Dissertation Abstracts 24(2): 854-855
Genkel', P.A.; Oknina, E.Z. 1966: The importance of the resting condition for the growth of frost-resistant plants. Uch Zap Tartu Univ 185: 5-16
Kondi, V.; Iacobesco, A.; Balan, S. 1962: The importance of the reticulocyte test in the prediction of perinatal hemolytic disease. Nouvelle Rev Franc Hematol 2(6): 919-920
Popov, V.V.; Al' Sakini, A.V. 1962: The importance of the retina's ganglion cells to the development of the crystalline lens. Doklady. Biological Sciences 142(1-6): 108-111
Labunskii, I.M. 1959: The importance of the root system of oak in forest growing under steppe conditions. Vest Sel Skokhoz Nauki 3: 70-75
Dineen, P. 1964: The Importance of the Route of Infection in Experimental Biliary Tract Obstruction. Surgery Gynecology and Obstetrics 119: 1001-1008
Landar, E.G. 1958: The importance of the scion and stock in the resistance of the apple tree to apple canker. Zashchita Rast Ot Vreditelei I Boleznei 4: 25-26
Kubis, M.; Ressl, J.; Vykydal, J.; Weinberg, J. 1966: The importance of the second cardiac sound for the diagnosis of pulmonal hypertonia in cases of mitral valvular defects. Acta Univ Palackianae Olomucensis Fac Med 40: 167-172
Goetz, R.H.; Marr, J.A.S. 1944: The importance of the second thoracic ganglion for the sympathetic supply of the upper extremities with a description of two new approaches for its removal in cases of vascular disease. Preliminary report. Clin Proceed 3(3): 102-114
Kucheruk, V.V.; Nefedova, I.N.; Dunaeva, T.N. 1956: The importance of the self-defense of small mammals against the larvae and nymphs of black-legged ticks. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 35(11): 1723-1727
Ucko, H. 1938: The importance of the serum proteins for the result of the Takata reaction. Acta Med Scand 97(5/6): 557-560
Burton, A.C. 1957: The importance of the shape and size of the heart. American Heart Journal 54(6): 801-810
Spacek, M. 1946: The importance of the shifting of the maxima of the absorption spectra of solutions in their analytical interpretation. Sbornik Lekarsky 48(6): 195-204
Knake, E.L.; Wax, L.M. 1968: The importance of the shoot of giant foxtail m for uptake of pre emergence herbicides setaria faberii m. Weed Science 16(3): 393-395
Nurzhanov, U.S. 1963: The importance of the simultaneous use of microbial stimulators and gibberellin on the germination of seeds. Byul Nauch Tekh Inform Sel Skokhoz Mikrobiol 1-3: 18-21
Zotikov, E.A. 1959: The importance of the size of a homografted skin flap and its period of survival. Biul Eksperim Biol I Medicine Transl 47(2): 254-256
Cueto, C.B. 1953: The importance of the size of the caterpillar and the temperature in the production of puparia of the fly Llxophaga. Mem Asoc Tecn Azucareros Cuba 27: 9-17
Nikonova, N.A. 1957: The importance of the size of the maternal radish tuber during the formation of the seed bush Referat Zhur, BioL, 1959, No 39197. Byul Nauchn Tekh Inform Nauchn Issled Inst Ovoshchnogo Khoz: 16
Franz, H. 1942: The importance of the soil-inhabiting animals for preservation and increase of soil fertility. Forschungsdienst 13: 320-333
Shemiakina, T.V. 1959: The importance of the solvent and mode of administration of a carcinogenic substance in inducing ex-perimental cancer of the fore-stomach in mice. Vopr Onkol Transl 5(9): 88-97
Schwappach, A. 1927: The importance of the source of pine seed. Deutsch Forstztg 42(14): 364-369
Kudriashova, N.I. 1958: The importance of the spatial arrangement of the conditioned stimuli in the complex conditioned motor activity of animals. Zhur Vyssh Nerv Deiatel Nosti Transl 8(5): 653-660
Osnitskaya, L.K.; Chudina, V.I. 1965: The importance of the spectral composition of light and its intensity for the development of the photosynthesizing purple sulfur bacteria Chromatium vinosum. Mikrobiologiya 34(1): 19-23
Moshkov, B.S. 1968: The importance of the spectral composition of light during the induction and post induction period for the ontogenesis of plants. Sbornik Trudov po Agronomicheskoi Fizike 15: 43-48
De Pikelin, Berta S. Gerschman 1962: The importance of the spermatheca in the systematics of spiders of the suborder Mygalomorphae. Physis 23(64): 69-75
Rhoades, H.E. 1955: The importance of the stability of some strains of the S. pullorum variant in the pullorum agglutination test. Poultry Sci 34(1): 122-127
Genkel', P.A. 1959: The importance of the stage principle in the study of the individual development and resistance of plant organisms Heredity and variability of plants, animals and microorganisms. Akad Nauk Sssr Moscow 2: 15-22
Brolin, S.E. 1947: The importance of the stalk connection for the power of the anterior pituitary of the rat to react structurally upon ceasing thyroid function. Acta Physiol Scand 14(3): 233-244
Sprunt, K.; Alexander, H.E. 1961: The importance of the state of the host cell in measuring infectivity of enterovirus ribonucleic acid. American Journal of Diseases of Children 102(4): 499
Johanovsky, J.; Holub, M. 1958: The importance of the state of tissues for the development of staphylococcal infection. Ceskolovenska Mikrobiol 3(6): 383-385
Kolelishvili, M.V. 1958: The importance of the stock as mentor in the selection breeding of lemon. Agrobiologiya 4: 73-79
Gaillard, Blanche, D.E. 1950: The importance of the stomach wall for toxicological research of barium. Pharmaceut Weekblad 85(43/44): 799-801
Pauwels, F. 1951: Importance of structural principles of the bracing and kinetic apparatus with regard to stress on the long bones. Acta Anatomica 12(1-2): 207-227
Krauss, H. 1968: Importance of structure for the classification of poultry viruses. Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 75(9): 209-217
Lapin, I.P.; Shchelkunov, E.L. 1968: The importance of the structure of the side chain of amino propionyl derivatives of imino di benzene and chloro pheno thiazine in their pharmacological activity. Trudy Leningradskogo Nauchno-Issledovatel'skogo Psikhonevrologicheskogo Instituta Imeni V M Bekhtereva 45: 130-164
Lubbers, D.; Barbey, K. 1954: The importance of the structure of the wall for the oxygen-supply of the heart of the frog. Pflugers Arch Ges Physiol 260(2): 87-103
Sheikman, M.B.; Petrova, T.S.; Zaslavskaya, M.G. 1968: The importance of the study of hydro cortisone metabolism in different pathological conditions. Trudy Pervogo Moskovskogo Meditsinskogo Instituta Imeni I M Sechenova 61: 377-379
Stakman, E.C. 1960: The importance of the study of natural history and of its teaching. Rev Soc Mex Hist Nat 21(2): 485-508
E.S.afie, I.; Sorour, O.H. 1963: The importance of the subarachnoid space in the production of bony changes in increased intracranial tension. KASR EL AINI JOUR SURG 4(Suppl): 61-74
Condorelli, L. 1928: The importance of the subepicar-dial ganglion of the right auricle for the heart rhythm. Arch Exp Path U Pharmakol 129(5/6): 288-311
Babson, A.L.; Read, P.A.; Phillips, G.E. 1959: The importance of the substrate in assays of acid phosphatase in serum. American Journal of Clinical Pathology 32(1): 83-87
Morelli, E.; Gronchi, V.M. 1928: The importance of the suprarenal cortex in experimental scurvy. Rev Sud American Endocrin Immunol Y Quimioterap 11(7): 437-455
Holt, H.D.; Wright, H.D. 1940: The importance of the suspending fluid used in virulence tests upon C. diphtheriae. Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 51(2): 287-296
Cabanel, G.; Voog, R.; Rambaud, P. 1966: The importance of the sweat test in the search for etiological factors of chronic bronchitis. Ann Biol Clin 24(10/12): 1213-1221
Saburov, G.E. 1964: The importance of the sympathetic nervous system in regulating the bile-forming function of the liver. Fiziol Zh Sssr Im I M Sechenova 50(7): 888-893
Jaworski, E. 1967: The importance of the system of common obstetric-neonatal wards for prevention of hospital infections of newborns. Pol Tyg Lek 22(25): 1491-1493
Nikiforov, O.A. 1967: The importance of the temperature factor and the day length in the development of millet m plants. Nauchno-Tekhnicheskii Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Selektsionno-Geneticheskogo Instituta 7: 50-51
Celis, A.; Kuthy, J.; Del Castillo, E. 1956: The importance of the thoracic duct in the spread of malignant disease. Acta Radiologica 45(3): 169-177
Zavadovsky, B. 1929: The importance of the thyroid gland for the nervous activity of animals. American Journal of Physiology 90(2): 567-568
Hartel, G. 1958: The importance of the thyroid in producing an elevated serum cholesterol level in rats after administration of N1-sulfanilyl-N2-n-butyl-carbamide. Acta Endocrinol 29(2): 267-272
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Sandor, T.; Lanthier, A. 1963: The in vitro biosynthesis of 18-hydroxycorticosterone-4-14C by slices of zona glomerulosa of beef adrenals and by human adrenals. Acta Endocrinologica 42: 355-363
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Mathes, M.C. 1964: The in vitro formation of plantlets from isolated aspen tissue. Phyton Rev Int Bot Exp 21(2): 137-141
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J.A. de Bruyn 1966: The in vitro germination of pollen of Setaria sphacelata I Effects of carbohydrates, hormones, vitamins and micronutrients. Physiologia Plantarum 19(2): 365-376
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Arias, Robert Ortiz 1963: The in vitro hydroxylation of naphthalene-1-C14 by housefly microsomes. Dissertation Abstracts 24(5): 1817-1818
Greenbaum, L.M.; Yamafuji, K. 1966: The in vitro inactivation and formation of plasma kinins by spleen cathepsins. British Journal of Pharmacology and ChemoTherapy 27(1): 230-238
Miller, G.E.; Townsend, C.E. 1954: The in vitro inactivation of pitressin by normal and cirrhotic human liver. Journal of Clinical Investigation 33(4): 549-554
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Marinetti, G.V.; Erbland, J.; Albrecht, M.; Stotz, E. 1957: The in vitro incorporation of 32P-labeled orthophosphate into the phosphatides of isolated rat liver mitochondria. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 26(1): 130-143
Kalf, G.F.; Grece, M.A.n 1964: The in vitro incorporation of C14-amino acids into the contractile protein of intact lamb heart mitochondria. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 17(6): 674-679
Bauer, Gustav Eric 1964: The in vitro incorporation of C14-and H3-labeled amino acids into the proteins of goosefish islet tissue. Dissertation Abstracts 25(4): 2199
Ogata, K.; Ogata, M.; Mochizuki, Y.; Nishiyama, T. 1956: The in vitro incorporation of C14-glycine into antibody and other protein fractions by popliteal lymph nodes of rabbits following the local injection of crystalline ovalbumin. Jour Biochem tokyo 43(5): 653-668
Emmelot, P. 1957: The in vitro incorporation of C14-leucine into the proteins of tumor microsomes and a note on the properties of isolated tumor mitochondria. Experimental Cell Research 13(3): 601-604
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Altman, K.I. 1953: The in vitro incorporation of alpha-C14-acetate into the stroma of the erythrocyte. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 42(2): 478-480
Wlliams, Anna Maria 1959: The in vitro incorporation of nucleic acid precursors into leukemic human leukocytes. Proceedings of the American Association for Cancer Research 3(1): 73
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Lovegrove, T.D.; DeLUCA, H.A.; Rossiter, R.J. 1952: The in vitro incorporation of radioactive phosphate into rabbit reticulocytes. Canadian Journal of Medical Sciences 30(2): 143-150
Hare, W.C. 1963: The in vitro incorporation of tritium-3-thymidine into the mononuclear cells of the peripheral blood of cattle. American Journal of Veterinary Research 24: 94-97
Price, G.M. 1966: The in vitro incorporation of [U-14C] valine into fat body protein of the larva of the blowfly, Calliphora erythrocephala. Journal of Insect Physiology 12(7): 731-740
Harary, I. 1957: The in vitro inhibition of acetyl phosphatase by thyroxine. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 25(1): 193-194
Lin, J.K.; Tung, T.C. 1963: The in Vitro Inhibition of Catalase Activity by Homogentisic Acid and Xanthurenic Acid. Journal of the Alumni of the University of Takau. Gaoxiong Yi Xue Yuan. Tong Xue Hui 62: 38-40
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Horecker, B.L. 1947: The in vitro inhibition of cyto-chrome oxidase by azide and cyanide. Federation Proceedings 6: 210-211
Stannard, J.N.; Horecker, B.L. 1948: The in vitro inhibition of cytochrome oxidase by azide and cyanide. Journal of Biological Chemistry 172(2): 599-608
Pirofsky, B.; Cordova, M.S. 1964: The in Vitro Inhibition of Erythrocyte Antibodies by Hexosamine-Containing Antibiotics. British Journal of Haematology 10: 320-326
Bartels, H.A.; Bleckman, H.; Wasserman, R.H. 1962: The in vitro inhibition of growth of saprophytes by whole saliva, lysozyme and oral streptococcal isolates. Jour Dental Med 17(2): 85-90
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Endahl, B.R.; Kochakian, C.D. 1960: The in vitro inhibition of reduced diphospho-pyridine nucleotide oxidase of guinea pig liver. Jour Alabama Acad Sci 31(6): 413
Clark, B. 1967: The in vitro inhibition of the N-demethylation of pethidine by phenelzine (Phenethylhydrazine). Biochemical Pharmacology 16(12): 2369-2385
Von Bruchhausen, Franz 1964: The in vitro inhibition of the phosphorylase activation reaction by 6-aminonicotinamide-adenine-dinucleotide. Arch Exp Pathol Pharmakol Naunyn Schmiedebergs 247(4): 376
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Rogers, S. 1955: The in vitro initiation of pulmonary adenomas in mouse lung tissue with nitrogen mustard. I. the influences of concentration of agent, duration of exposure, and mitotic state of the tissue at the time of exposure. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 15(5): 1379-1390
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Riley, William Herod 1963: The in vitro luminescent reaction of Photobacterium fischeri Purification and properties of bacterial luciferase. Dissertation Abstracts: 4097
Gotz, H. 1968: The in vitro lymphocyte test in patients with fungus infections studies on its reliability for the demonstration of dermatophyte infections. Münchener Medizinische Wochenschrift 110(44): 2553-2558
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Leibowitz, H.M.; Parks, J.J. 1963: The in vitro production of antibody by delayed phase corneal limbal lymphoid foci. Journal of Experimental Medicine 117: 197-212
Vinson, G.P.; Jones, I.C. 1964: The in Vitro Production of Oestrogens from Progesterone by Mouse Adrenal Glands. Journal of Endocrinology 29: 185-191
Bath, I.H.; Head, M.J. 1961: The in vitro production, by rumen microorganisms, of volatile fatty acids from cellulose and hemicellulose labelled with 14C. Jour Agric Sci 56(1): 131-136
Roberts, R.B. 1968: The in vitro production, cultivation and properties of forms of pathogenic Neisseriae. Microbial protoplasts, sphero-plasts and L-forms (Proceedings of an international meeting 10-11 November, 1966 Kalamazoo, Mich ) 230-238
Jonard, R. 1964: The in vitro proliferation of tissues taken from rhizomes of Jerusalem artichoke which have been subjected to X-irradiation. Rev Cytol Biol Vegetales 27(2/3/4): 293-300
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Nevin, J.E.; Powell, A.E.; Hubay, C.A.; Holden, W.D. 1964: The in vitro properties of a guinea pig antihomograft factor. Federation Proceedings 23(2 Part 1): 353
Berry, W.K.; Fellowes, K.P.; Fraser, P.J.; Rutland, J.P.; Todrick, A. 1955: The in vitro protection of cholinesterases against some organophosphorus inhibitors. Biochemical Journal 59(1): 1-5
Perlstein, D.; Liebmann, A.J. 1945: The in Vitro Protection of Penicillin from Inactivation by Penicillinase. Science 102(2642): 174-175
Hartman, J.D.; Schreck, K.M. 1958: The in vitro quantitative relationship between two systems affecting blood leukocytes in inflammatory hypersensitivity reactions resulting from different antigens. Journal of Immunology 80(3): 165-175
Feldman, J.D. 1950: The in vitro reaction of cells to adrenal cortical steroids with special reference to lymphocytes. Endocrinology 46(6): 552-562
Sheffner, A.L.; Medler, E.M.; Jacobs, L.W.; Sarett, H.P. 1964: The in Vitro Reduction in Viscosity of Human Tracheobronchial Secretions by Acetylcysteine. American Review of Respiratory Disease 90: 721-729
McINTIRE, F.C.; Roth, L.W.; Richards, R.K. 1949: The in vitro release of histamine from the blood cells of sensitized rabbits; relationship to blood coagulation mechanisms. American Journal of Physiology 159(2): 332-336
Berg, R.B.; Rosenthal, M.S. 1961: The in vitro replication of measles and ECHO 9 viruses in human and simian leukocytes. American Journal of Pis Children 102(4): 651-652
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Chang, T.H.; Gerard, R.W.; Shaffer, M. 1933: The in Vitro Respiration of Nerve. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 19(1): 152-153
Mahaley, M.S. 1966: The in vitro respiration of normal brain and brain tumors. Cancer Research 26(2): 195-197
Weber, W.T. 1966: The in vitro response of thymic lymphocytes of the pig to phytohemagglutinin. Journal of Cellular Physiology 67(2): 285-299
Nachmansohn, D.; Rothenberg, M.A.; Feld, E.A. 1947: The in vitro reversibility of cholinesterase inhibition by diisopropyl fluorophosphate (DFP). Archives of Biochemistry 14(1-2): 197-211
Gray, J.S.; Adkison, J.L.; Zelle, K. 1940: The in vitro secretion of acid by the gastric mucosa of the frog. American Journal of Physiology 130(2): 327-331
Tancredi, R.; Ortolani, G.; Marinelli, P. 1965: The in vitro sensitivity of 263 strains of Streptococcus pyrogenes to seven antibiotics. Antibiotica 3(3): 223-239
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Settnes, O.P. 1968: The in vitro sensitivity of avian salmonella strains to 6 drugs investigation on 1024 strains isolated 1945 1958 sulfamethizole streptomycin tetracycline chloramphenicol nitrofurazolidon nitrofurmeton anti infect. Nordisk Veterinaermedicin 20(9): 458-470
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Hall, H.E.; Scherago, M.; Kaufman, M.; Mayer, L.D. 1960: The in vitro sensitivity of leukocytes from allergic and non-allergic subjects to the products of growth of microorganisms. Annals of Allergy 18: 401-408
Isenberg, H.D. 1957: The in vitro sensitivity of routinely isolated bacteria to streptonivicin and novobiocin. Antibiotics and ChemoTherapy 7(6): 279-284
Barski, G.; Jezierski, A.; Lepine, P. 1954: The in vitro sensitivity of tissues from various monkey species of Central Africa to poliomyelitis virus. Non-receptivity of the tissues from certain mammals An abstract. Ann Inst Pasteur paris 86(2): 243-247
Darlington, R.W.; Scherago, M. 1960: The in vitro sensitivity to brucellergen of leucocytes from guinea pigs experimentally infected with Brucella abortus. Journal of Infectious Diseases 106: 106-110
Hamburger, M.; Muething, D. 1951: The in vitro sensitivity to eight antibiotics of streptococci and staphylococci recovered from cases of bacterial endocarditis. Jour Lab And Clin Med 37(1): 60-63
Moran, A.B.; Cronin, M.T. 1957: The in vitro sensitivity to nitrofurans of organisms isolated from the uteri of thoroughbred mares. Journal of Comparative Pathology 67(1): 106-109
Lebeau, L.J.; Bond, E.; Banicki, J.; Novak, M. 1952: The in vitro sensitivity to terramycin of bacteria isolated from small animals. Cornell Veterinarian 42(2): 200-206
Van Der Want, J.P.H. 1955: The in vitro separation of viruses from mixtures containing virus inhibitors from carnation plants. Internatl Congress Microbiol Proceedings Sixth 3: 394-398
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Mittelman, A.; Hall, R.H.; Yohn, D.S.; Grace, J.T. 1967: The in vitro soluble RNA methylase activity of SV40-induced hamster tumors. Cancer Research 27(8): 1409-1414
Noyes, W.D.; Laurell, C.B. 1961: The in vitro stability of the haptoglobin-hemoglobin complex. Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation 13: 625-627
Levinsky, N.G.; Gorham, G.W.; Relman, A.S. 1960: The in vitro steady-state relationship between internal and external potassium of the rat diaphragm. Federation Proceedings 19(1 Part 1): 253
Chapman, N.D.; Dutton, R.W. 1964: The in vitro stimulation of DNA synthesis in cultures of lymph node and spleen cell suspensions by homologous cells. Federation Proceedings 23(2 Part 1): 353
Minard, F.N.; Davis, R.V. 1961: The in vitro stimulation of lipogenesis and carbohydrate metabolism in liver by potassium ion and diphenylmethyl-acetyl-N-methylpiperazine. Jour Lipid Res 2(4): 369-375
Ballas, A.C. 1960: The in vitro stimulation of thyroidal activity by propylthiouracil. Anat Rec: 383
Sekere, C., E.; Lang, N. 1965: The in vitro structure of amino acids in protein through fractions from the epidermal cells of the muscid, Calliphora erythrocephala. Hoppe Seyler S Z Physiol Chem 342(1/3): 161-165
Nahmias, A.J.; Galton, M.M. 1960: The in vitro susceptibility of Leptospira canicola to fifteen antibiotics. Bact Proceedings 60: 97
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Mills, D.R.; Pace, N.R.; Spiegelman, S. 1966: The in vitro synthesis of a noninfectious complex containing biologically active viral RNA. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 56(6): 1778-1785
Srere, P.A.; Chaikoff, I.L.; Dauben, W.G. 1948: The in vitro synthesis of cholesterol from acetate by surviving adrenal cortical tissue. Journal of Biological Chemistry 176(2): 829-833
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Brown, L.C.; Kurtz, E.B. 1959: The in vitro synthesis of fats in cottonseed. Agron Jour 51(1): 49-50
Tuerkischer, E.; Wertheimer, E. 1948: The in vitro synthesis of glycogen in the diaphragms of normal and alloxan-diabetic rats. Biochemical Journal 42(4): 603-609
Necheles, T.F.; Steiner, M.; Baldini, M. 1965: The in Vitro Synthesis of Hemoglobin by Human Bone Marrow in Thalassemia. Blood 25: 897-906
Kuff, E.L.; Potter, M.; Mcintire, K.R.; Roberts, N.E. 1964: The in Vitro Synthesis of Specific Secretory Protein by an Ascites Plasma-Cell Tumor. Biochemistry 3: 1707-1712
King, E.O.; Frobisher, M.; Parsons, E.I. 1949: The in vitro test for virulence of Corynebacterium diphtheriae. American Journal of Public Health and the Nation's Health 39(10): 1314-1320
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Petrilli, F.L.; Agnese, G.; Crovari, P. 1960: The in vitro titration of the antigenic power of antipolio vaccines. Boll Ist Sieroterap Milan 39(3/4): 168-188
Pierce, A.E.; Smith, M.W. 1967: The in vitro transfer of bovine immune lactoglobulin across the intestine of new-born pigs. Journal of Physiology 190(1): 19-34
Sandor, T.; Lanthier, A. 1960: The in vitro transformation of 4-androstene-3,17-dione to testosterone by surviving human ovarian slices. Revue Canadienne de Biologie 19(4): 445-447
D.G.useppe, L.; Tenconi, F. 1966: The in vitro transformation of a new form of vitamin B1: S-benzoylvinyl-thiamine. Int Z Vitaminforsch 36(3): 308-316
Matkovics, B.; Penzes, P.; Goendoes, G. 1965: The in Vitro Transformation of Deoxycholic Acid into Cholic Acid with Ferroascorbate System. Steroids 6: 451-457
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Clark, J.M.; Chang, A.Y.; Spiegelman, S.; Reichmann, M.E. 1965: The in vitro translation of a monocistronic message. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 54(4): 1193-1197
Cortes, A. 1967: The in vitro trichomonacidal effect of di methyl sulfoxide anti parasit sodium iodide anti parasit tripaflavine anti parasit bovoflavine anti parasit and lugols solution anti parasit trichomonas foetus. Tecnica Pecuaria en Mexico 2(10): 15-18
Friis, T.; Ostergaard Kristensen, H.P. 1961: The in vitro uptake by human erythrocytes of labelled L-triiodothyronine in cases of chronic bronchitis with carbon dioxide retention and renal insufficiency. Acta Endocrinologica 36: 335-342
Cuaron, A. 1965: The in vitro uptake of 131I-triiodothyronine by erythrocytes and its binding to serum proteins. Curr Top Thyroid Res Proceedings Int Thyroid Conf 5: 653-662
Najar Joa, M.; Eberstadt, P.L. 1966: The in vitro uptake of I-131 by human erythrocytes. Ref Fac Med Univ Nac Aut Mex 8(12): 845-852
Holtzer, H.; Holtzer, S. 1960: The in vitro uptake of fluorescein labelled plasma proteins. I. Mature cells. Comptes-Rendus des Travaux du Laboratoire Carlsberg 31: 373-408
Hoffert, Jack Russell 1962: The in vitro uptake of hexavalent chromium by erythrocytes, liver and kidney tissue of the turtle Chrysemys picta. Dissertation Abstracts 23(3): 1057-1058
Brocklehurst, W.E.; Humphrey, J.H.; Perry, W.L.M. 1961: The in vitro uptake of rabbit antibody by chopped guinea-pig lung and its relationship to anaphylactic sensitization. Immunology 4(1): 67-87
Sloane, K.M.; Bridges, J.M. 1968: The in vitro uptake of sulfur 35 l methionine by normal and neopl leukemic leukocytes human. Acta Haematologica (Basel) 40(1-2): 18-27
Stone, G.M.; Baggett, B. 1965: The in Vitro Uptake of Tritiated Estradiol and Estrone by the Uterus and Vagina of the Ovariectomized Mouse. Steroids 41: 809-826
Perry, W.F.; Bowen, H.F. 1961: The in vitro utilization and production of non-esterified fatty acids by adrenalectomized rats. Canadian Journal of Biochemistry and Physiology 39: 1061-1065
Mahaley, M.S. 1960: The in vitro-in vivo screening of drugs for, and their use with, extracorporeal regional cancer chemotherapy. Dissertation Abstracts 20(9): 3464-3465
Kaur, P.; Evje, L.; Aschner, M.; Syversen, T. 2009: The in vitro effects of selenomethionine on methylmercury-induced neurotoxicity. Toxicology in Vitro: An International Journal Published in Association with Bibra 23(3): 378-385
Brown, T.M.; Wichelhausen, R.H. 1949: The in vivo action of aureomycin on pleuropneumonia-like organisms associated with various rheumatic diseases. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 34(10): 1404-1410
Burky, E.L. 1933: The in vivo action of staphy-lococcus bacteriophage in presence of staphylococcus antitoxin. Proceedings Society Exp Biol and Med 31(1): 75-77
Waksman, S.A.; Frankel, J.; Graessle, O. 1949: The in Vivo Activity of Neomycin. Journal of Bacteriology 58(2): 229-237
Humphreys, T.; Bell, E. 1967: The in vivo aggregation of chick embryo ribosomes in response to low temperature. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 27(4): 443-447
De Esesarte, Gerardo 1953: The in vivo amebicidal effects of Aureomycin, Terramycin, and fumagilin. Gaceta Med Mexico 83(6): 485-497
Wattel, F.; Macke Van Moorleghem, C.; Aerts, C.; Voisin, C.; Guillaume, J. 1965: The in vivo and in vitro activitie of the transfer factor of tuberculin allergy. Ann Inst Pasteur Lille 16: 45-54
Comby, F.; Curcier, H.; Font, P. 1968: The in vivo and in vitro antibiotic effect of nalidixic acid anti infect on gram negative microorganisms abstract from sem ther 42 10 589 593 human uro genital infections bacteria. Drug Digests 3(2): 111-112, 1967
Foldes, V.M.; Foldes, F.F.; Zsigmond, E.K. 1961: The in vivo and in vitro anticholinesterase effect of phospho-line iodide in man. Federation Proceedings 20(1 Part 1): 236
Roth, R.H.; Giarman, N.J. 1968: The in vivo and in vitro conversion of gamma amino butyric acid to gamma hydroxy butyric acid in rat brain. Pharmacologist 10(2): 161
Stevens, D.F. 1961: The in vivo and in vitro effect of estrone and testosterone on a nuclear abnormality in a hamster ascites tumor. Experimental Cell Research 25: 59-64
Brown, Robert Francis 1960: The in vivo and in vitro effect of insecticides and other toxic materials on the succinic dehydrogenase of the adult male American roach. Dissertation Abstracts 21(1): 35
Kirchheimer, W.F.; Youmans, G.P. 1952: The in vivo and in vitro effect of streptomycin on streptomycin-resistant tubercle bacilli. American Review of Tuberculosis 66(4): 486-496
Eisenbrandt, L.L.; Schanker, L.S. 1952: The in vivo and in vitro effects of sodium dehydrocholate upon the oxygen uptake of liver slices of the rat. Jour Pharmacol And Exptl Therap 106(4): 382-383
Goldstein, M.; Lauber, E.; Mckereghan, M.R.; Mullarkey, M. 1964: The in vivo and in vitro inhibition of dopamine- -hydroxylase by tropolone. Int Congr Biochem 6(5): 390
Davydova, S.Y.; Sapozhnikova, M.B. 1959: The in vivo and in vitro metabolism of carbamylaspartate in animal tissue. Biokhimiia transl 24(5): 794-798
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Schultz, P.E.; Bonus, R.L.; Salkin, M.S.; Scanlon, E.F. 1962: The in vivo and in vitro neutralization of nitrogen mustard for use in cancer chemotherapy perfusion. Surgery Gynecology and Obstetrics 115: 91-100
Vernekar, S.D.; Sant, M.V. 1966: The "in vivo" and " in vitro" studies of antibody production. Indian Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 9(3): 246-257
Panizon, F. 1963: The in vivo and in vitro study of the action of primaquine and beans on erythrocytes. PROCEEDINGS CONGR EUROPE SOC HAEMATOL 9(2 Pt 1): 666-674
McKhann, G.M.; Ho, W. 1967: The in vivo and in vitro synthesis of sulphatides during development. Journal of Neurochemistry 14(7): 717-724
Townsend, G.F.; Baxter, N.; Brown, W.H.; Felauer, E.E. 1966: The in vivo antitumor activity of certain short chain fatty acids. Canadian Journal of Biochemistry 44(2): 209-218
Mengel, G.D. 1960: The in vivo antitumor activity of streptovitacins A, B, C2, and D. Antibiot Ann: 965
Grunert, R.R.; Mcgahen, J.W.; Davies, W.L. 1965: The in vivo antiviral activity of 1-adamantanamine . 1. Prophylactic and therapeutic activity against influenza viruses. Virology 26(2): 262-269
Mithoefer, J.C.; Karetzky, M.S.; Porter, W.F. 1968: The in vivo carbon dioxide titration curve in the presence of hypoxia. Respiration Physiology 4(1): 15-23
Sandberg, A.A.; Ishihara, T.; Miwa, T.; Hauschka, T.S. 1961: The in vivo chromosome constitution of marrow from 34 human leukemias and 60 nonleukemic controls. Cancer Research 21: 678-689
Cohen, G.L.; Upton, V.; Bondy, P.K. 1961: The in vivo conversion of cortisol-4-Cl4 to 6 -hydroxycortisol-4-Cl4 by the human cirrhotic liver. Jour Clin Endocirinol And Metab 21(10): 1328-1330
Mahesh, V.B.; Greenblatt, R.B. 1962: The in vivo conversion of dehydroepiandrosterone and androstenedione to testosterone in the human. Acta Endocrinol 41(3): 400-406
Roberts, K.D.; Vandewiele, R.L.; Lieberman, S. 1961: The in vivo conversion of dehydroiso-androsterone sulfate to androsterone and etiocholanolone glucuronidates. Federation Proceedings 20(1 Part 1): 180
Smith, K.C. 1962: The in vivo crosslinking of DNA and protein by sublethal doses of ultraviolet light. Federation Proceedings 21(2): 370
Daly, J.M.; Brown, A.H. 1954: The in vivo demonstration of cytochrome oxidase in leaves of higher plants. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 52(2): 380-387
Pathak, M.A.; Fowlks, W.L. 1961: The in vivo destruction of succinic dehydrogenase activity of guinea-pig skin by photosensitization with psoralen or methoxsalen. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 37: 183-187
Koch, E. 1966: The in vivo detection of some oxidation products of adrenalin and noradrenalin (coming from adrenochrome and noradrenochrome) by fluorimetric spectrophotometric and paper chromatographic analysis. International Journal of Neuropsychiatry 2(3): 227-233
Hugenholtz, P.G.; Wagner, H.R.; Sandler, H. 1968: The in vivo determination of left ventricular volume. Comparison of the fiberoptic-indicator dilution and the angiocardiographic methods. Circulation 37(4): 489-508