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Annual Report lxi pressure Dr Paterson the modification of the actions of neuromuscu- lar blocking agents by anticholinesterases Mr Biggs and the anti- thrombotic actions of monoamine oxidase inhibitors Dr Birmingham Dr Paterson enjoyed the facilities of Professor Barany's department of Pharmacology at Uppsala where he was able to forward his re- search on monkeys DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY Number of Students 245 BDS 32 Ancillary 10 Sc Special ph tiliiJfr wftft Π Ή1 Total 291 Results of Examinations Sc Special 2nd Class Upper Division Higher Degree Ph Sen 'Responses of isolated blood vessels to changes in intravascular pressure Departmental Notes The space available for teaching is barely adequate and cannot be efficiently used now that the process of modernising the courses has started The shortage of space is the result of the crowded pre-clinical timetable and the fact that the Halliburton laboratory is used for the teaching of practical Physiology as well as Pharmacology This over- crowding will be relieved when the South Roof Extension is in use Dr Buller and his co-workers now have very good facilities for their studies on the physiology of' fast' and slow' muscles Their re- search has been strongly supported financially by outside grants and the team will soon be in position to contribute substantially to know- ledge in this field Dr Mendel and his co-workers have continued their studies of the changes that occur in the intramyocardial pressure from moment to
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