By Gordon E. W. Wolstenholme, Julie Knight
Chapter 1 Chairman's starting comments (pages 1–2): F. G. Young
Chapter 2 In vitro stories of the Lac Operon Regulatory method (pages 3–20): Suzanne Bourgeois and Jacques Monod
Chapter three Modulation of Enzyme actions through Metabolites (pages 28–51): F. Lynen
Chapter four The Expression of Genetic details: A learn with Hybrid Animal Cells (pages 52–63): Henry Harris
Chapter five The position of Cyclic AMP in convinced organic regulate platforms (pages 64–85): R. W. Butcher, G. A. Robison and E. W. Sutherland
Chapter 6 Insulin and development Hormone keep watch over of Protein Biosynthesis (pages 86–107): A. Korner
Chapter 7 Mechanism of motion of progress Hormone and Oestrogens (pages 108–130): G. P. Talwar, B. L. Jailkhani, S. ok. Sharma, M. L. Sopori, M. R. Pandian, G. Sundharadas and okay. N. Rao
Chapter eight Hormonal keep an eye on of Metamorphosis (pages 131–157): J. R. Tata
Chapter nine Intercellular regulate of Intracellular Metabolic task (pages 158–177): P. M. Bhargava
Chapter 10 fresh stories at the suggestions regulate of Acth Secretion, with specific connection with the position of Transcortin in Pituitary?Thyroid?Adrenocortical Interactions (pages 178–209): Claude Fortier, Fernand Labrie, Georges Pelletier, Jean?Pierre Raynaud, Pierre Ducommun, Alfonso Delgado, Robert Labrie and My?Anh Ho?Kim
Chapter eleven The position of the Thymus Gland within the Hormonal rules of host Resistance (pages 210–237): Abraham White and Allan L. Goldstein
Chapter 12 interplay among Thymus Cells and Bone Marrow Cells in line with Antigenic Stimulation (pages 237–254): J. F. A. P. Miller and G. F. Mitchell
Chapter thirteen Anticipatory Mechanisms of Indivduals (pages 254–303): Melvin Cohn
Chapter 14 Antibody constitution: A Molecular foundation for Specificity and regulate within the Immune reaction (pages 304–320): Gerald M. Edelman
Chapter sixteen Regulatory Mechanisms of mobile Proliferation in a Protein?Deficient Organism (pages 321–337): M. G. Deo and V. Ramalingaswami
Chapter sixteen Subcellular Fractionation suggestions within the learn of Chemical. Transmission within the primary worried approach (pages 338–356): V. P. Whittaker
Chapter 17 law of Visceral Actmtes by way of the critical worried procedure (pages 355–384): B. ok. Anand
Chapter 18 a few common Integrative features of mind functionality (pages 384–415): Robert B. Livingston
Chapter 19 Chairman's remaining feedback (page 416): F. G. younger
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Ciba Foundation Symposium - Control Processes in Multicellular Organisms by Gordon E. W. Wolstenholme, Julie Knight