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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-433

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Annual Report of the Delegacy xci Medical Unit of the Middlesex Hospital to measure the effects of block- ade of ╬▒-receptors on blood pressure in man New developments in the research work of the department include the setting-up of technique to examine histologically for fluorescent amines Dr Birmingham the use of the sucrose-gap method of electrical recording of membrane potentials Dr Paterson and Mr Ramiz and the investigation of extracts of Coelenterates and prebiological material for transmitter-like activity Dr Carlyle DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY Number of Students Ancillary Sc Special First Degrees Sc Special 1st Class Honours 2nd Class Honours Upper Division 2nd Class Honours Lower Division Higher Degree Ph Newcastle Pearson 'The actions of extracts of gastro- intestinal mucosa on the stomach and pancreas Departmental Notes The introduction of new regulations for the Sc degree enabled the department to take part within the School of Biological Studies in the teaching of Physiology to first-year Science students The main teaching commitment however was with the Medical and Dental pre-clinical students and the final year Sc Special group drawn from Medical students who chose to interpose science year between their pre-clinical and clinical studies The equipment grant provided by the when the South Roof Extension was completed enabled us completely to re-equip the laboratories and so introduce fresh experi- ments in the undergraduate course work The much improved laboratory facilities for research enabled Dr Mendel's group to make progress in their studies on the physiological 252 50
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