Showing 1935 results

Descriptions
Dr James F. Riley
Advanced search options
Print preview View:

Application for research grant submitted to National Science Foundation titled 'Chemical Determination of Histamine During Digestion' submitted by A.C. Ivy, Granville A. Bennett and Harold O. Albers. Includes correspondence of James Riley who was asked...

Application for research grant submitted to National Science Foundation titled 'Chemical Determination of Histamine During Digestion' submitted by A.C. Ivy, Granville A. Bennett and Harold O. Albers. Includes correspondence of James Riley who was asked to provide a critical review of the proposal and an article titled 'A Simplified Chemical Method for Determination of Total Histamine in Tissues' by Milton Yusem, Guna Francis and A.C. Ivy.

James F. Riley

Application for research grant submitted to National Science Foundation titled 'Mast Cells in Lower Vertebrates' submitted by Edward D. Crabb and Margaret A. Kelsall. Includes correspondence of James Riley who was asked to provide a critical review of ...

Application for research grant submitted to National Science Foundation titled 'Mast Cells in Lower Vertebrates' submitted by Edward D. Crabb and Margaret A. Kelsall. Includes correspondence of James Riley who was asked to provide a critical review of the proposal.

James F. Riley

Article from Scientific America titled 'The Genetic Code: III, The central theme of molecular biology is confirmed by detailed knowledge of how the four-letter language embodied in molecules of nucleic acid controls the 20-letter language of the protei...

Article from Scientific America titled 'The Genetic Code: III, The central theme of molecular biology is confirmed by detailed knowledge of how the four-letter language embodied in molecules of nucleic acid controls the 20-letter language of the proteins' by F.H.C. Crick.

James F. Riley

Results 101 to 125 of 1935