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Henry Swan II Papers 1935-1996
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Series XII: Lectures, Talks and Speeches (apart from teaching coursework), 1919-1986 [series]:
66 1
A. Baird Hastings - chronological listing of lectures, 1965
66 2
Evolution - lecture, 1919
66 3
Acid base paths…, 1930
66 4
Edema, 1933
66 5
Significance of variation in acid-base balance, 1934
66 6
High life - lecture, 1935
66 7
Water and electrolytes - lectures, 1935
66 8
The scientific career and achievements of William Mansfield Clark - Nichols Medal, 1936
66 9
Calcium metabolism - lecture, 1936
66 10
Factors governing calcium equilibria in the body - lecture, 1936
66 11
Oxidation reduction lecture material, 1936
66 12
Water balance symposium discussion - lecture, 1936
66 13
Ca equilibrium in biological fluids - lecture, 1937
66 14
Philip Conne Medal award - Chemists Club, 1937
66 15
Electrolyte and water distribution - lecture, 1937
66 16
Experimental observations of dehydration and edema - lecture, 1937
66 17
Significance of changes in blood chemistry in nephritis - lecture, 1938
66 18
Trends in preclinical teaching - lecture, 1938
66 19
Chemical changes in heart following temporary coronary occlusion - lecture, 1939
66 20-21
Electrolyte distribution in tissue and body fluids - lecture, 1939
66 22
Biochemical studies with R. A. Carbon - lecture, 1940
66 23
Electrolytes of body tissues - lecture, 1940
66 24
Electrolytes of tissues and body fluids - lecture, 1940
66 25
Transudates, exudates and cerebro-spinal fluid - lecture, 1940
67 1
Biological chemistry - lectures, 1940
67 2
The case for the intracellular fluid - lecture, 1941
67 3
Liver glycogen using R. A. carbon - lecture, 1941
67 4
Radioactive carbon in study of carbohydrate metabolism - lecture, 1942
67 5
Aging speech material, 1942-1980
67 6
Recent advances in histochemistry - lecture, 1944
67 7
War and science - lecture, 1942
67 8
Calcium lecture, 1944-1948
67 9
Wartime advances in medical research - lecture, 1944-1945
67 10
Chemical sectors of medicine's frontiers - lecture, 1946
67 11
Quantitative histochemistry - lecture, 1945
67 12-13
Russia - miscellaneous material for talks, 1944-1947
67 14
Federal government inscientific research - lecture, 1945
67 15
Trends in medical research - lecture, 1946
67 16
Trends in teaching and research at the Harvard Medical School - lecture, 1946
67 17
Wartime medical research - lecture, papers, 1946
67 18
Acid-base balance, 1946-1949
67 19
Wartime medical research - lecture notes and correspondence, 1946
67 20
Acid-base balance - lecture, 1947
68 1
Biochemistry of body fluids - lecture, 1947
68 2
Harvard Medical School commencement - lecture, 1947
68 3
Medical future of isotopes - lecture, 1947
68 4
Medicine's biochemical frontiers - lecture, 1947
68 5
Role of ions in carbohydrate metabolism - lecture, 1947
68 6
The shifting frontiers of chemistry in medicine - lecture, 1947
68 7
Use of isotopic carbon in metabolism studies - lecture, 1947
68 8
Radiobiology and tracer studies - lecture, 1948
68 9
Biochemical studies with isotopes - lecture, 1948-1949
68 10
"K" exchange in red cells using K42 - lecture, 1948-1949
68 11
Acid-base balance - lecture, 1948-1950
68 12
Tissue electrolytes, 1948-1950
68 13
Water - lecture, 1948-1950
68 14
Acid-base balance - lecture, 1948-1952
68 15
pH (hydrogen ion concentration), 1948-1955
68 16
Tissue electrolytes - lecture, 1949
68 17
Electrolytes of the tissues and body fluids - preliminary material, 1949
68 18
Isotopic carbon studies of intermediary metabolism - lecture, 1949
69 1
Metabolic actions of hormones - lecture, 1949
69 2
Effect of ions and hormones - lecture, 1950
69 3
University science and present emergency - lecture, 1950-1951
69 4
Factors affecting the metabolism of glucose and pyruvate - lecture, 1951
69 5
Observations on effects of ions and hormones on carbohyd. metab. - lecture, 1951
69 6
Federation paper, 1952
69 7
Biological adventures with isotopes - lecture, 1952
69 8
The trail of a molecule - lecture, 1952
69 9
Ramsen lecture, 1952
69 10
Changing frontiers of biochemistry - lecture, 1953
69 11-12
The role of the ionic environment in carbohydrate metabolism - lecture, 1953-1954
69 13
Isotopic experiments on carbohydrate metabolism of liver in vitro - lecture, 1954
69 14
Factors affecting carbohydrate metabolism - lecture, 1954
69 15
Plasma-interstitial fluid - lecture, 1954
69 16
The use of isotopes in biochemical and medical research - lecture, 1955
69 17
Biochemical adventures with isotopes, 1955
69 18
Notes on Geneva conference - lecture, 1955
69 19
Atoms in the medical school, 1955-1956
69 20
Further isotopic explorations of carbohydrate metabolism in liver - lecture, 1956
69 21
History of the biophysical lab - 10th anniversary, 1956
69 22
Introduction for Guy F. Marrian, 1956
69 23
Role of isotopes in the study of metabolic problems, 1956
70 1
Acid-base balance - transcription, 1957
70 2
Biochemical adventures in an atomic world, 1957
70 3
Biochemical aspects of carbohydrate metabolism, 1957
70 4
Clark, William - Passano award, 1957
70 5
Implication of nuclear physics, 1957
70 6
John P. Peters lecture, 1957
70 7
Notes on lecture given in Australia, 1957
70 8
What do biochemists do? - lecture, 1957
70 9
Biochemical heresies in an atomic age, 1957
70 10
Reflections on quantitative clinical chemistry, 1957
70 11
Australian material - lecture, 1957
70 12
History of biochemistry, 1958
70 13
Calcium in and out of solution - lecture, 1958
70 14
Remarks on biochemistry, 1958
70 15
Mechanisms of nuclei formation, 1959
70 16
Biochemistry's first century, 1959
70 17-18
Our debt to blood - lecture, 1959
70 19
Bone (calcium and phosphorus) - lecture, 1960
70 20
Factors affecting liver metabolism - lecture, 1960
70 21
Insulin bioassay seminar, 1960
70 22
Metabolism of calcium and phosphorus (calcification) - lecture, 1960
70 23
Parathyroid symposium, 1960
70 24
Statements to Senate Appropriation Committee, 1960
71 1
Address at NIAMD, 1960-1961
71 2
Observations on C02 and liver metabolism, 1960-1961
71 3
Harvard lecture - quotations, 1960-1966
71 4
Burwell, Sidney - address, 1961
71 5
C02 concentration vs carbohydrate metabolism in liver, 1961
71 6
Liver metabolism and carbon dioxide, 1961
71 7
'71 break-through predicted in war on arthritic and metabolic diseases, 1961
71 8
Banting memorial lecture, 1962
71 9
Banting lecture for Israel, 1962
71 10
A biochemist's odyssey, 1962
71 11
Chester S. Keefer speech, 1963
71 12
In search of our medical future, 1962
71 13
Taipei - seminars, 1962
71 14
Of life and isotopes, 1963
71 15
Radioisotopic labeling and intermediary metabolism, 1963
71 16
C02 and pH as regulatory factors in metabolism, 1964
71 17
Reflections on regulation… - symposium, 1964
71 18
Carbon dioxide and pH as regulatory factors in metabolism, 1964
71 19
The effect of physiological variations in pH and C02 concentration on acetate 1-14c metabolism, 1964
71 20
Intermediary metabolism, 1964
71 21
Childrens Hospital - dedication, 1964
71 22-23
MIT Center for Life Sciences - dedication, 1965
71 24
Respiration after retirement, 1965
71 25
Effect of C02 on metabolism, 1965
71 26
My life with C02, 1965
71 27
Reflections of meta-medic - Black Memorial lecture, 1965
71 28
Molecular medicine, 1965-1966
71 29
Intracellular pH - introductory remarks, 1966
72 1
Intracellular pH - Congress of Nephrology, 1966
72 2
The M. S. and D. Research Lab - dedication, 1966
72 3
Respiration after retirement - lecture, 1966
72 4
Factors affecting liver metabolism, 1967
72 5
Transport of 02 and C02, 1967
72 6
Molecules to man, 1967
72 7
Aging: in vitro and in vivo - seminar, 1967
72 8
Clinical Neurochemistry conference, 1967-1968
72 9
My life with labs, 1968
72 10
The one world of biochemistry, 1968
72 11
The Twelve Thirty Club of La Jolla, 1968
72 12
Water and electrolyte metabolism in CNS, 1968-1971
72 13
Aging research - course, 1968-1971
72 14
Man, a heterogeneous system, 1969
72 15
Wallace symposium, 1969
72 16
How much is C02 worth?, 1969-1970
72 17
Pacific Slope conference, 1970
72 18
Water, base and electrolyte metabolism, 1970
72 19
Aging, 1970-1975
72 20
Gordon conference - discussion notes, 1971-1976
72 21
Comments on paper by Sir Hans Krebs, 1973
72 22
Clinical-chemical interface - lecture, 1974
72 23
Salt + H20 - information for discussions, 1972
72 24
Dr. Bloor Thursday seminars, 1972-1973
72 25
Aging seminar - Irving, 1973
72 26
My life in labs with medical students, 1974
73 1
Mass vs. concentration - the biological unit - lecture, 1975
73 2
P.U.M.C. - 1921-1951 (4619-4649) - lecture, 1976
73 3
Donald Dexter Van Slyke 1883-1971, 1976
73 4
Trip to Boston - Oct 1 and 4/3, 1977-1978
73 5
Intrepid woman; a sequel, 1979
73 6
National Advisory Council on Aging, 1980
73 7
Conference on Biomedical Imaging, 1980
73 8
50 years ago - the state of calcium in the thirties, 1980
73 9-10
Aging - in vitro and in vivo, 1980-1981
73 11-13
Margaret J. Hastings lectures, 1980-1985
73 14
Comparative physiological responses to exercise stress, 1981
73 15
Miscellaneous - re symposium, 1981
73 16
NIH-Fogarty International Center, 1981
73 17
History of biochem. vs. med., 1981
73 18
Speech - March 31, 1981, 1981-1983
73 19
Comparative physiological responses to exercise stress, 1982
73 20
H.M.S. Boston trip - bicentennial, 1982
73 21
Biol. imaging conf., 1983
73 22
On the origin of the National Institute on Aging, 1983
73 23
Historical perspective of biomedical research - Anfinsen symposium, 1984
73 24
Glycosylated ovine prolactin, 1984
73 25
Roger Revell symposium, 1984
74 1
Frank Hastings lectures, c.1985
74 2
"Letter" from A. Baird Hastings to Nathan Shock, PhD, 1986
o/s 2
Margaret J. Hastings lecture - announcement, 1986
74 3
Eric Glendinning Ball - July 12, 1904 - September 4, 1979, n.d.
74 4
Comparisons of calculated and determined bicarbonate values in plasma, n.d.
74 5
An epilogue, n.d.
74 6
Acid-base balance lectures 1934 and 1936, n.d.
74 7
Chemistry of muscle - lecture, n.d.
74 8
Fitness of blood, man's internal environment - lecture, n.d.
74 9
Factors affecting glycogen formation, n.d.
74 10-16
Miscellaneous lectures, 1937-1976