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Ciba Foundation Symposium - Chemistry and Biology of by Gordon Ethelbert Ward Wolstenholme, Maeve O'Connor

By Gordon Ethelbert Ward Wolstenholme, Maeve O'Connor

Content:
Chapter 1 Chairman's beginning feedback (pages 1–3): W. T. J. Morgan
Chapter 2 normal Chemistry of the Mucopolysaccharides (pages 4–21): M. Stacey
Chapter three Physicochemical stories on Hyaluronic Acids (pages 22–41): B. S. Blumberg and A. G. Ogston
Chapter four Immunochemical methods to Polysaccharide and Mucopolysaccharide constitution (pages 42–63): Elvina Kabat
Chapter five Biosynthesis of Mucopolysaccharides: The Uridine Nucleotides of team a Streptococci (pages 64–84): Albert Dorfman and J. Anthony Cifonelli
Chapter 6 Sulphated Galactosamine?Containing Mucopolysaccharides (pages 85–92): Roger W. Jeanloz, Pierre J. Stoffyn and Monique Tremege
Chapter 7 The Presence in Cartilage of a fancy Containing Chondroitin Sulphate mixed with a Non?Collagenous Protein (pages 93–115): S. M. Partridge and H. F. Davis
Chapter eight The impartial Heteropolysaccharides in Connective Tissue (pages 116–189): Z. Disch, A. Danilczenko and G. Zelmenis
Chapter nine N?Containing Saccharides in Human Milk (pages 140–156): Paul Lgyorgy
Chapter 10 The Pharmacological results of Polysaccharides (pages 157–186): Rolf Meier
Chapter eleven Mucopolysaccharides of Gram?Negative micro organism: more recent Chemical and organic points (pages 187–199): Otto Westphal, Otto Luderitz, Erwin Eichenberger and Erwin Neter
Chapter 12 Mucopolysaccharides linked to Blood workforce Specificity (pages 200–215): W. T. J. Morgan
Chapter thirteen Blood staff lively elements of Plant beginning (pages 216–233): Georg F. Springer
Chapter 14 Mucopolysaccharides of Epithelial Mucus (pages 234–244): Lars Odin
Chapter 15 Glycoproteins of Plasma (pages 245–266): Richard J. Winzler
Chapter sixteen Colloidal houses of Urinary Mucopolysaccharides (pages 268–286): N. F. Maclaga and A. J. Anderso
Chapter 17 The Prosthetic workforce of a few Mucoproteins and its courting to Influenza Virus (pages 287–295): Alfred Gottschalk
Chapter 18 Neuraminic Acid (pages 296–313): E. Klenk

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