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  • The absorption of fat by the mammalian stomach 

    Skaer, William Frederic (University of Missouri, 1913)
    A proper analysis of the function of the stomach in alimentation involves not only those factors which produce chemical and mechanical changes in the foods during its stay in the gastric cavity; but also, the extent to ...
  • The action of Digitalis on the cardiac inhibitory centre 

    Peeler, James Owen (University of Missouri, 1914)
    So long has digitalis been in use as a clinical drug and so long has its action been the subject of experimentation that it would seem that there is little hope of presenting anything new on the subject. Yet so long as ...
  • The determination of the lecithans in the tissues and fluids of the animal body 

    Woods, Herbert Spencer (University of Missouri, 1905)
    The Hoppe-Seyler method not offering a means of separation of the lecithins from the kephalins was not experimentally investigated. In attempting to apply the method of Koch to other tissues than the brain and spinal ...
  • The effect of digitalis on the cardiac peripheral neuro-muscular complex 

    Boutwell, Lloyd Reuben (University of Missouri, 1914)
    The question of the action on the animal organism of the principles found in the leaves and flowers of Digitalis purpurea has long been one of absorbing interest. A glance at the long list of articles dealing with researches ...
  • The fat and lipase content of the blood following fat feeding and during increased muscular work 

    Robnett, Dudley Anderson (University of Missouri, 1917)
    Summary: 1. The fat content of the blood inoreases after a meal rich in cotton seed oil fat. 2. Cotton seed oil fat is more slowly digested than cream fat. 3. The lipase content of the blood increases after a meal of ...
  • On the pharmacological action of certain organic derivatives of arsenic with special reference to salvarsan and sodium cacodylate 

    McVay, James Robert (University of Missouri, 1913)
    Since the introduction of Salvarsan by Ehrlich in the latter part of 1910 many facts have been brought out concerning its reactions in the body. The most important of these pharmacologically are the deaths which have been ...
  • Pharmacological action of acetanilide, antipyrine & acetphenetidin on cardiac muscle 

    Carr, Gloria Washington, 1884- (University of Missouri, 1911)
    It is a well-known fact that acetanilide and the antipyrine series, when administered in clinical cases, for antipyretic purposes, often have untoward and unexpected accompanying actions. These associated influences have ...
  • Pharmacological action of atropine on cardiac muscle 

    Stowers, James Evans (University of Missouri, 1911)
    Does Atropine influence the cardiac rhythm and the power of the heart's contractions by direct action on its muscular tissue, and if so, to what extent and under what conditions? It is my purpose therefore in this work ...
  • The pharmacological action of certain bromide salts 

    Kruse, Theophile Karl Theodore, b. 1888 (University of Missouri, 1913)
    The purpose of the work on which this paper is based has been to study the effects of some of the bromide salts upon the isolated heart of a frog as revealed by substituting the bromides of potassium, sodium, and calcium ...
  • A study of the chemistry of nerve degeneration 

    Goodson, William H. (William Hammack) (University of Missouri, 1905)
    It has been pointed out by a number of experimentors, that after section of a nerve, certain chemical changes are demonstrable. A notable example is the presence of fat, formed by degenerative processes and shown by ...