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Advances in neuroendocrinology, ed. Andrew Nalbandov. Papers presented
at a symposium on neuroendocrinology, held in Miami, Florida, Dec. 6-8,
1961, sponsored by the National Institute of Neurological Diseases and
Blindness and the Endocrinology Study Section of the National Institutes
of Health. Univ. of Illinois Press, 1963.

Advances in psychoneuroendocrinology /   Edward J. Sachar, guest editor.
Psychiatric clinics of North America ; v. 3, no. 2. 1980.

An introduction to behavioral endocrinology /   Alan I. Leshner. Oxford
University Press,   1978.

Biochemistry : ‡b the molecular basis of cell structure and function /
Albert L. Lehninger. 2nd ed. Worth Publishers,   c1975

Cell biology : a laboratory handbook /   edited by Julio E. Celis. 3
vol. Academic Press,   c1994.

Cellular and molecular bases of neuroendocrine processes : [6th]
symposium of the International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology,
Visegrád, Hungary, 17-20, December, 1975 /   edited by E. Endroczi.
Budapest : ‡b Akademiai Kiado,   1976.

Communicating in science : ‡b writing a scientific paper and speaking at
scientific meetings /   Vernon Booth. 2nd ed. Cambridge University
Press,   1993

Developmental horizons in human embryos : description of age group xiii,
embryos about 4 or 5 millimeters long, and age group xiv, period of
indentation of the lens vesicle /   George L. Streeter. Contributions to
embryology ; no. 199. Reprinted from Carnegie Institution of Washington
Publication 557. 1945

Developmental horizons in human embryos; description of age group xi, 13
to 20 somites, and age group xii, 21 to 29 somites   [by] George L.
Streeter. Carnegie Institution of Washington. Contributions to
embryology. no. 197. Carnegie Institution of Washington publication, no.
541. 1942

Developmental horizons in human embryos; description of age groups xv,
xvi, xvii, and xviii, being the third issue of a survey of the Carnegie
collection. Carnegie Institution of Washington publication,  575.
Contributions to embryology,  v. 32, no. 211. 1948.

Developmental horizons in human embryos; description of age groups XIX,
XX, XXI, XXII, and XXIII, being the fifth issue of a survey of the
Carnegie collection.   Prepared for publication by Chester H. Heuser and
George W. Corner. Carnegie Institution of Washington publication,  592.
Contributions to embryology ;  no. 230. 1951.

Fetal and maternal medicine /   edited by E. J. Quilligan, Norman
Kretchmer. Wiley,   c1980.

Gene targeting /   edited by Manuel A. Vega. CRC Press,   c1995.

Human neuroanatomy   [by] Raymond C. Truex [and] Malcolm B. Carpenter.,
6th ed.  Williams & Wilkins,   1969.

Immunology /   Ivan M. Roitt, Jonathan Brostoff, David K. Male. C.V.
Mosby,   c1985.

Manual of clinical microbiology. 5th ed. editor in chief, Albert Balows
; editors, William J. Hausler, Jr. ... [et al.]. American Society for
Microbiology,   1991.

Principles and practice of immunoassay /   editors Christopher P. Price,
David J. Newman. Stockton,   1991.

Problems of physiological psychology /   [by] J.R. Kantor. Principia
Press,   1947.

Prostaglandins /   editors, Peter Ramwell and Jane E. Shaw. Annals of
the New York Academy of Sciences ;  v. 180. 1980.

Review of gross anatomy /   text and illustrations by Ben Pansky. 4th
ed. Macmillan,   c1979.

The neuroendocrine control of adaptation /   by K. Lissak and E.
Endroczi. 1st English ed.  Pergamon Press,   c1965.

The ovary,   edited by Solly Zuckerman assisted by Anita M. Mandl and
Peter Eckstein. 2 vols. Academic Press,   1962.

The Secretory immune system /   edited by Jerry R. McGhee and Jiri
Mestecky. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences ;  v. 409. 1983.

The synapse. Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology ;  v.
40 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory,   1976.


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