Annual Progress Report, 1 November 1961-1 September 1962.
NEW YORK MEDICAL COLL N Y
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Included are abstracts of the following journal articles from the New York Medical College 1 The effect of hormones on pancreatic transplants in both normal and diabetic hamsters. 2 Insulins effect on the recovery of hamsters from alloxan diabetes. 3 Blood volume, total protein and total cholesterol in normal and diabetic hamsters. 4 A technique for the localization of transplants in the hamster cheek pouch. 5 The effect of pancreatic homografts on the blood of normal and diabetic hamsters. 6 The effects of D-L ethionine on the pancreas of normal and pregnant hamsters. 7 The effect of serial transplantation on the growth of neonatal pancreas in the hamster. Current investigations and those proposed for the future include studies of the effect of ethionine on neonatal pancreases implanted in hamster cheek pouches, the effect of environment on neonatal pancreas transplants by placing them in mesenteries of diabetic hamsters, and the effect of thymectomy on carbohydrate metabolism in normal and diabetic animals and on the growth of neonatal pancreas transplants.