Chapter 1 handle of Welcome (pages 1–2): L. Califano
Chapter 2 Chairman's beginning feedback (pages 3–8): G. Montalent
Chapter three Genetical research in guy (pages 9–22): L. S. Penro
Chapter four Biochemical Genetics as Illustrated via Hereditary Galactosaemia (pages 23–38): Herman M. Kalckar
Chapter five Cholinesterase forms (pages 39–59): W. Kalow
Chapter 6 Genetical edition and experience belief (pages 60–75): H. Kalmus
Chapter 7 The Genetics of Primaquine Sensitivity of the Erythrocytes (pages 76–95): Barton Childs and William H. Zinkham
Chapter eight Chemical and Genetical devices of the Haemoglobin Molecule (pages 96–113): H. A. Itano, S. J. Singer and E. Robinson
Chapter nine The Genetical regulate of Protein constitution: The irregular Human Haemoglobins (pages 114–143): J. A. Hunt and V. M. Ingram
Chapter 10 reports on Foetal Myoglobin (pages 144–150): A. Rossi?Fanelli, E. Antonini, C. de Marco and S. Benerecetti
Chapter eleven Genetics of the Plasma Protein versions (pages 151–177): H. Harris, Elizabeth B. Robson and M. Siniscalco
Chapter 12 Biochemical features of the Inherited diversifications in Human Serum Haptoglobins and Transferrins (pages 178–193): O. Smithies and G. E. Connell
Chapter thirteen a few Immunochemical facets of the goods of the Human Blood workforce Genes (pages 194–216): W. T. J. Morgan
Chapter 14 a few Genetical facets of the Biosynthesis of Human Blood staff components (pages 217–241): Winifred M. Watkins
Chapter 15 Physiological Genetics of Human Blood components (pages 242–263): R. Ceppellini
Chapter sixteen Hereditary Gamma Globulin teams in guy (pages 264–303): R. Grubb
Chapter 17 The Mechanism of Gene motion (pages 304–328): S. Brenne
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We have tried in one case to see whether the elicitation of a sudden adrenaline hyperglycaemia would be affected by feeding galactose to an adult galactosaemic person. We did not find any decrease of this response. Despite the lack of positive evidence a t the present time, I would not dismiss the possibility of the mutase inhibition being responsible for many of the disease symptoms of galactosaemia. Harm‘s: Prof. Kalckar, you said that the brain galactosides were deposited exclusively after birth.
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