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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1967-1968-420

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Annual Report of the Delegacy xci Dr Paterson on the actions of catecholamines on intestinal in- nervation and smooth muscle Dr Wilson and on the nature of the innervation of the guinea-pig vas deferens Dr Birming- ham Professor Brownlee Dr Wilson and Dr Birmingham also investi- gated parasympathetic blockade in man Dr Szolcsanyi Dr Akubue and Dr Birmingham used new technique to measure the effects of drugs on the blood pressure of the conscious cat Dr Akubue extended further his observations on the isolated taenia of the caecum of the guinea-pig visitor to the department Dr Mattilla of Helsinki University made useful contribution to the problems of the specificity of the actions of anticholinesterases on tracheal muscle DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY Number of Students 260 57 10 Total 332 Results of Examinations Sc Special ist Class 2nd Class Upper Division Departmental Notes The department has settled down in its new accommodation in the South Roof Extension The transfer from its old site took place in September 1965 without any interruption of teaching Research was hindered because of the settling-in period and the initial increase in administrative work for all members of the academic and technical staff The facilities for the study of Physiology are now very much better than they were even though the floor space in the department is slightly less generous re-equipment grant from the UGC made it possible to Ancillary Sc Special
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