1925-1970, English, Book edition: [Collection of reprints of scientific papers and addresses of Lord Florey.]. Florey, Howard, Lord, 1898-1968.

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  • 4 v.
Published
  • 1925-1970.
Language
  • English

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Title
  • [Collection of reprints of scientific papers and addresses of Lord Florey.].
Author
  • Florey, Howard, Lord, 1898-1968.
Published
  • 1925-1970.
Physical Description
  • 4 v.
Subjects
Contents
  • Vol. 1
  • Microscopical observations on the cerebral circulation; The mammalian lacteal: its histological structure in relation to its physiological properties; Some factors involved in the concentration of blood by the spleen; Mucus secretion of the spleen; Concerning the 'central' control of the peripheral circulation; The effects of exercise on the vascular conditions in the spleen and the colon; The vascular reactions of the colonic mucosa of the dog to fright; Methods for testing for the presence of adrenal cortex hormone; The relative amounts of lysozyme present in the tissues of some mammals; The secretion of mucus by the colon; The mechanism of goblet-cell secretion in the mammal; Mucus secretion in acute experimental inflammation of the colon and other mucous membranes of the cat; A method of photographic registration of small volume changes with some results when applied to the trachea; Experimental inflammation of the colon; Mucous changes in the epithelial cells of the rat's vagina during the early stages of pregnancy; Mucus secretion in the trachea; Uterine fistula used to determine the mechanism of ascent of the spermatozoon in the female genital tract; Observations on the functions of mucus and the early stages of bacterial invasion of the intestinal mucosa; The functions of Brunner's Glands and the pyloric end of the stomach; Further observations on the secretion of Brunner's Glands; The treatment of tetanus; The nature of the hormone controlling Brunner's Glands; Proliferation of lymphatics in inflammation; A reticulocytogenic agent for guinea pigs present in certain gastro-intestinal secretions; A comparison of lysozyme preparations from egg-white, cat and human saliva; The secretion of the colon of the cat; The extravascular development of the monocyte observed in vivo; A modification of a Sandison-Clark chamber for observation of transparent tissue in the rabbit's ear; the reactions of the intestine of the pig to gastric juice;
  • Vol. 2
  • The action of magnesium sulphate on the intestine of the cat; Observations on intestinal secretion; The secretions of the intestine; An antibacterial substance produced by penicillium claviforme; Filter cloth for controlling smell from plasters; A preliminary report to the War Office and the Medical Research Council on investigations concerning the use of penicillin in war wounds; Monthly Science News no. 41 December 1944: penicillin number; Penicillin its development for medical uses; Antibacterial substances produced by bacteria and fungi; General and local administration of penicillin; Penicillin a survery; Penicillin; Some antibiotics with special reference to penicillin; The development of penicillin in medicine; Identity of patulin and claviformin; The principles of penicillin treatment; Penicillin-like antibiotics from various species of moulds; Penicillinets historia och dess anvandning i medicinen; The use of micro-organisms for therapeutic purposes; Biological investigationson proactinomycin; Penicillin progress; Steps leading to the therapeutic application of microbial antagonisms; The use of micro-organisms for therapeutic purposes; El uso de los microorganismos con fines terapeuticos; An antibiotic from bacterium coli; Mycophenolic acid an antibiotic from penicillium brevicompactum dierckx; Antibiotics produced by bacteria;
  • Vol. 3
  • New antibiotic agents; Nobel lecture on penicillin; Some observations on bacterial antagonism; An antibiotic from penicillium tardum; Penicillin in perspective; Penicillin and other antibiotics; Current therapeutics XIII- antibiotics; L'introduction de la penicilline dans la medicine; Biological observations on ayfivin; The antibacterial and pharmacological properties of the proactinomycins; Algunos antibioticos recientemente investigados en Oxford; The effect of animal passage on the production of antibiotics by aerobic spore-forming organisms; Induced bacterial antagonism; The work on penicillin at Oxford; The effect on experimental tuberculosis of the intravenous injection of micrococcin; The behaviour of intravenously injected particles of carbon and micrococcin in normal and tuberculosis tissue; Some problems in the chemotherapy of tuberculosis; Some properties of nisin; The influence of cortison on cell division; the advance of chemotherapy by animal experiment; The effect of the intravenous injection of heparin on the interaction of chyle and plasma in the rat; A comparison of the biological properties of cephalosporin n and penicillin; The chemotherapy of tuberculosis (Tenth Listerian Oration) ; Observations on tuberculosis lesions in a transparent chamber in the rabbit's ear; Intrinsic factor in the pyloric and duodenal secretions of the pig; The effect of cortisone on inflammation and mucin regeneration in the colon; An improved method for the production of tuberculosis in a chamber in the rabbit's ear; Antibiotic products of a versatile fungus; The Croonian Lecture : Mucin and the protection of the body; The possible relationship of lipids to atherosclerosis; The absorption of vitamin B12 in gastrectomised rats; The medical aspects of the development of resistance to antibiotics; The secretion of mucus; Autoradiographic observations on the mucous cells of the stomach and intestine; Observations on the incorporation of 35S in duodenal mucosubstances;
  • Vol. 4
  • The conquest of bacterial disease; Penicillin in perspective; further observations on the Regeneration of aortic endothelium in the rabbit; Coronary artery disease; Medical science in the twentieth century; Observations on the mast cells with special reference to fat transport; The development of an anastomotic circulation to transplanted tissue; The behaviour of intravenously injected particles observed in chambers in rabbits ears; Address of the President Sir Howard Florey at the anniversary meeting, 30 November 1961; The structure of normal and inflamed small blood vessels of the mouse and rat colon; The structure of normal small lymphatics; The pseudointima lining fabric grafts of the aorta; Intimal changes in the arteries of a pig; The secretion and function of intestinal mucus; Prestige in academic scientific research; The development of the pseudointima lining fabric grafts of the aorta; The transport of particles across the walls of small blood vessels; Address of the President, Sir Howard Florey at the anniversary meeting 30 November 1962; Atherosclerosis; The development of modern science; Intimal changes in the arteries of ageing swine; The relationship of mast cells to fat transport; Address of the President, Sir Howard Florey at the anniversary meeting 30 November 1963; Biological technology; Royal Society of London Anniversary dinner 1963; The transport of materials across the capillary wall; Address of the President, Sir Howard Florey at the anniversary meeting 30 November 1964; Royal Society of London Anniversary dinner 1964; Role of the scientist in modern society the first three hundred years; Anatomy and physiology of small blood vessels; Address of the President, Sir Howard Florey at the anniversary meeting 30 November 1965; The endothelial cell; A comparison of connective tissue lining aortic grafts with extravascular connective tissue; the responsibilities of medicine in the modern world; The missing link : the structure of some types of capillary; Elements of the vascular system; The permeability of aeterial endothelium to horseradish peroxidase.
Notes
  • Includes (in vol. 1) photocopy of Lord Florey's bibliography taken from the Biographical memoirs of the Fellows of the Royal Society, vol.17, 1971, in which reprints included in this collection are marked.
  • "Monthly Science News no. 41 December 1944" shows a photo of the Florey vessel in use on page 6'
  • "The work on penicillin at Oxford" shows a photo of the Florey vessel in use.
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