Ciba Foundation Symposium - Pyrogens and Fever by London, 1970. Wolstenholme, G. E. W. ; Birch, Joan, ;

By London, 1970. Wolstenholme, G. E. W. ; Birch, Joan, ; Ciba Foundation. Symposium on Pyrogens and Fever

Chapter 1 a few Physiological and medical elements of Pyrogens (pages 5–21): ok. E. Cooper
Chapter 2 creation, Chemistry and houses of Bacterial Pyrogens and Endotoxins (pages 23–47): Elizabeth Work
Chapter three the numerous Immunological gains of Bacterial Endotoxins (pages 49–57): Maurice Landy
Chapter four Purification of an Endogenous Pyrogen, with an Appendix on Assay equipment (pages 59–79): P. A. Murphy, P.J. Chesney and W. B. Wood
Chapter five position of Leucocytes in Fever (pages 81–100): Elisha Atkins and Phyllis T. Bodel
Chapter 6 Mechanism of motion of Pyrogenic and Antipyretic Steroids in vitro (pages 101–113): Philip okay. Bondy and Phyllis T. Bodel
Chapter 7 at the Mechanism of motion of Pyrogens (pages 115–129): W. Feldberg
Chapter eight Hypothalamic Mechanisms of Pyrogen motion within the Cat and Monkey (pages 131–153): R. D. Myers
Chapter nine Relevance of Experimental Observations to Pyrexia in scientific events (pages 155–174): W. I. Cranston, M. D. Rawlins, R. H. Luff and G. W. Duff
Chapter 10 The Mechanism of motion of Antipyretics (pages 175–191): M. D. Rawlins, C. Rosendorff and W. I. Cranston
Chapter eleven Pharmaceutical facets of Pyrogens in health facility and (pages 193–205): C. H. R. Palmer
Chapter 12 The hindrance of Quantitation within the try for Pyrogens (pages 207–214): D. R. Bangham
Chapter 12 common dialogue (pages 215–224):

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25 per cent trichloroacetic acid for three hours at 2OC. /min), and the supernatant fluid is poured slowly into two volumes of CHEMISTRY OP BACTERIAL PYROGBN 2s cold ethanol. After standing overnight at 2 O C the precipitate is spun down and dialysed. When first studied by Boivin this preparation of somatic antigen was designated a “glycolipid”, but it was subsequently shown by Morgan and Partridge (1940) to be a protein-polysaccharide-lipid complex. Similar types of complexes which were also shown to contain proteins, phospholipids (termed lipid B), polysaccharides and bound lipids (lipid A) were prepared using milder extractants (methods 2,3,4), the most widely applicable technique (method 4) being that introduced by Ribi and coworkers (1959, 1961).

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