By F. G. Sulman (auth.)
The contents of this monograph "Hypothalamic regulate of Lacta tion" are the results of reports via a nine-man group which has labored jointly for 9 years. the subject is so attention-grabbing that new examine scholars are interested in it each year, and the circle is turning out to be gradually. this can be, actually, a part of a way more broad examine box to which our division is utilizing itself at this time, viz. "Hypo thalamic Pharmacology". Our paintings during this sphere was once made attainable by way of a beneficiant furnish from the USA division of Agriculture, which helped us through the first five years of study with supply No. FG-IS-147, undertaking No. A10-AH-3, and lately with one other furnish for yet another 5-year interval, No. FG-IS-259, venture No. A10-AH-33. Our thank you are because of Dr. JOEL BITMAN, Hormone body structure chief of the USDA Agri cultural study provider at Beltsville, Md., the sponsor of this learn. As this monograph includes normally references attached with our personal paintings, the reader who needs to make a survey of lactation may still learn the references mentioned within the bibliography, comparable to COWIE (1961, 1966), COWIE and FOLLEY (1957, 1961), FOLLEY (1952, 1956), JACOB SOHN (1961), LYONS and DIXON (1966), MEITES (1959a, 1961, 1966), MEITES and NICOLL (1966).
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