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Symposium on Antimetabolites.—The National Vitamin Foundation will present a symposium on the Antimetabolites—Their Modes of Action and Therapeutic Implications, on Tuesday, March 1, 1955, at The Biltmore, Madison Ave. at 43d St., New York. This is to be held in conjunction with the Tenth Annual Meeting of the National Vitamin Foundation.
The chairman of the morning session is to be Dr. Paul L. Day. The contributions for this session are as follows:
Dr. Edwin L. Hove, "Anti-Vitamin E Stress Factors as Related to Fatty Peroxides"
Dr. L. R. Cerecedo, "Thiamine Antagonists"
Dr. Karl Paul Link, "Vitamin K and the 4-Hydroxycoumarin Anticoagulants"
Dr. Joseph H. Burchenal, "Folic Acid Antagonists"
The chairman of the afternoon session is to be Dr. Robert W. Heinle. The contributions for this session are as follows:
Dr. George H. Hitchings, "Purine and Pyrimidine Antagonists"
Dr. D. W. Woolley, "A Naturally Occurring Antimetabolite of Methionine in the
News and Comment: ANNOUNCEMENTS. AMA Am J Dis Child. 1955;89(2):239. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1955.02050110281018
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