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Content:
Chapter 1 deal with of Welcome (pages 1–2): L. Califano
Chapter 2 Chairman's commencing feedback (pages 3–8): G. Montalent
Chapter three Genetical research in guy (pages 9–22): L. S. Penro
Chapter four Biochemical Genetics as Illustrated via Hereditary Galactosaemia (pages 23–38): Herman M. Kalckar
Chapter five Cholinesterase forms (pages 39–59): W. Kalow
Chapter 6 Genetical edition and feel belief (pages 60–75): H. Kalmus
Chapter 7 The Genetics of Primaquine Sensitivity of the Erythrocytes (pages 76–95): Barton Childs and William H. Zinkham
Chapter eight Chemical and Genetical devices of the Haemoglobin Molecule (pages 96–113): H. A. Itano, S. J. Singer and E. Robinson
Chapter nine The Genetical keep watch over of Protein constitution: The irregular Human Haemoglobins (pages 114–143): J. A. Hunt and V. M. Ingram
Chapter 10 stories on Foetal Myoglobin (pages 144–150): A. Rossi?Fanelli, E. Antonini, C. de Marco and S. Benerecetti
Chapter eleven Genetics of the Plasma Protein editions (pages 151–177): H. Harris, Elizabeth B. Robson and M. Siniscalco
Chapter 12 Biochemical features of the Inherited adaptations in Human Serum Haptoglobins and Transferrins (pages 178–193): O. Smithies and G. E. Connell
Chapter thirteen a few Immunochemical points of the goods of the Human Blood crew Genes (pages 194–216): W. T. J. Morgan
Chapter 14 a few Genetical elements of the Biosynthesis of Human Blood staff elements (pages 217–241): Winifred M. Watkins
Chapter 15 Physiological Genetics of Human Blood components (pages 242–263): R. Ceppellini
Chapter sixteen Hereditary Gamma Globulin teams in guy (pages 264–303): R. Grubb
Chapter 17 The Mechanism of Gene motion (pages 304–328): S. Brenne

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61, 88. MAXWELL, E. S. (1957). J . biol. , 229, 139. , KALCKAR, H. , and BURTOX,R. M. (1955). Biockim. biophys. Acta, 18, 444. MORSE,M. , LEDERBERG, E. ,and LEDERBERG, J. (1956). Genetics, 41, 143, 758. , KALCKAR, H. , and SMITH,E. E. B. (1955). Biol. Medd. ), 22, 3. NAJJAR,V. (1959). , Bern, 1958. DISCUSSION 36 NEUFELD, E. , PUTRIAN, E. , and HASSID,W. Z. (1957). Arch. , 69, 602. , KOMROWER, G. , and HOLZEL, A. (1956). Biochem. J . , 62, 34. SIDBURY, J. B. (1957). Abstr. Proc. Biol. , Amer. chem.

If this were so, a postnatal galactose-free regimen would interfere with the deposition of brain galactolipids and, therefore, quite likely also with the development of normal intelligence. An accumulation of gal-1-P in the red cells of galactosaemics exposed to galactose indicates the existence of an involved disturbance in the regulation of galactose metabolism HERMAN M. KALCKAR 26 as, for instance, in diabetes mellitus, or alternatively a direct block in one of the enzymes of the Leloir system succeeding galactokinase.

1952). KeiB J . , 1, 269. DISCUSSION Eagle: Prof. Kalckar, what is the basis for the positive inhibition caused by the galactose-sensitives? Kalckar: This is a complicated story. Najjar (1959, loc. ) has emphasized the possibility that galactose-1-phosphate inhibits phosphoglucomutase. This was indeed found to be the case by work in his laboratory as well as in our own by Ginsburg and Neufeld (1957, loc. ) and Sid bury (1957, loc. ). Phosphoglucomutase catalyses the conversion of glucose-1-phosphate into glucose-6-phosphate.

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