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Annual Report of the Delegacy lxxxix King's College in April 1966 and at the 101st meeting of the Society for Endocrinology they also lectured to the staff of Guy's Hospital Medical School on 'The effect of steroid hormones on local and general body defence mechanisms' The preparation of special dissections for examination purposes and for the museum continues The chief research interest as previously has been the study of the reticulo-endothelial system as defence against infection and cancer DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY Number of Students 260 Results of Examinations For second results see under Department of Anatomy Higher Degree Ph Jill Luffman and University College Studies on human red cell acid phosphatase Departmental Notes Professor Arnstein contributed paper on 'The effect of homologous and heterologous polynucleotides on cell-free haemo- globin biosynthesis' by invitation to the international symposium on 'Regulatory mechanisms in nucleic acid and protein biosynthesis' at Lunteren the Netherlands and gave lectures in the Biochemistry de- partments of the University of Bristol the University of Wales Cardiff and Aberystwyth University of London Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine and Queen Elizabeth College and at the Isotope School Wantage He attended the third annual meeting of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies in Warsaw as delegate of the Bio- chemical Society on the Council of the Federation Dr Bell was invited to lecture at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew on Ά biochemical approach to plant classification' and gave paper at the symposium on 'Chemistry of natural products' in Stock- holm Substantial grants from the Medical and Science Research Councils
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