'A Sensitive Method for the Assay of Catecholamines'
- Vane, Sir John, FRS (1927-2004), Pharmacologist
- Part of
- Vane, Sir John Robert (1927-2004)
- Archives and manuscripts
About this work
File consists of final versions of papers, draft papers and correspondence related to the published paper by A.K. Armitage & J.R. Vane, "A Sensitive Method for the Assay of Catecholamines", British Journal of Pharmacology and Chemotherapy, vol.22, p204-210, 1964. Details include:
Letter from Dr John Widdicombe of the Department of Physiology, Oxford (also the press editor for the British Journal of Pharmacology and Chemotherapy), sent to Vane regarding minor alterations to the manuscript, dated 18 December 1963.
Correspondence between Vane and Professor Miles Weatherall of the Department of Pharmacology at The London Hospital Medical College (also the editor of the British Journal of Pharmacology). Weatherall was the editor of the manuscript and the correspondence deals with changes to the manuscript. 3 letters in total dated 27 November 1963, 28 November 1963 and 2 December 1963.
Letter from Vane to Dr J.M. Walker at the Department of Pharmacology in Oxford referring to the enclosure of the draft manuscript for consideration to be published in the British Journal of Pharmacology. The letter is dated 14 November 1961.
3 different drafts of the paper including a near final clean version and two earlier heavily amended drafts.
Experiment printouts from catechol amine tests on rat stomach strips conducted on 1/2 June 1961, 8/9 June 1961, 16 June 1961, 22 June 1961 and 29 June 1961.
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