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NB-03682–2 Nachmias, J., U. Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Relation of visual

acuity to apparent brightness. NB-03689-2 Freeman, R. G., Col. Med., Baylor U., Houston, Tex. Photo

sensitization of the eye. NB-03711–2 Sippel, T. O., Sch. Med., U. Michigan, Ann Arbor. Respiratory

metabolism of the lens. NB-03721–2 Wulff, V. J., Masonic Med. Res. Lab., Utica, N.Y. A study of

photoreception in Limulus. NB-03739–2 Scott, A. B., Presbyterian Med. Cr., San Francisco. Therapy of

epithelization of the anterior chamber. NB-03750–2 DeVoe, R., Sch. Med., Johns Hopkins U., Baltimore, Md. Analysis

of spider flicker retinal potentials. NB-03770-2 McGinnis, J., Grad. Sch., Wash. State Univ., Pullman, Wash. Eye

and brain damage in birds under continuous light. NB-03771–2 Wilson, F. M., Sch. Med., Indiana U., Indianapolis. Permeability

studies in experimental uveitis. NB-03781–2 Sears, M. L., Sch. Med., Yale U., New Haven, Conn. Physiologic

studies of aqueous outflow resistance. NB-03785–2 Straatsma, B. R., Sch. Med., U. California, Los Angeles. Adhesive

compounds as an aid in ocular surgery. NB-03788–2 Weimar, V. L., Sch. Med., U. Oregon, Portland. The reaction of

connective tissue cells to injury. NB-03807–2 Young, R. W., Sch. Med., U. California, Los Angeles. Histo

physical and histochemical studies on the eye. NB-03827-2 Dzendolet, E., Grad. Sch., U. Massachusetts, Amherst. Relation

of internal retinal potentials to the ERG. NB-03832–1 Holmberg, A. S., Karolinska Inst., Stockholm, Sweden. Electron

microscopic analysis of trabecular meshwork. NB-03843–2 Hill, R. M., Sch. Optometry, U. California, Berkeley. Single cell

wavelength responses of the Belgian hare. NB-03866–2 Noell, W. K., Sch. Med., U. Buffalo, N.Y. Ion fluxes across mam

malian retina. NB-03870-2 Tomita, T., Sch. Med., Keio U., Tokyo, Japan. Comparative study

of the vertebrate electroretinogram. NB-03934–2 Ludvigh, E. J., II, Kresge Eye Inst., Detroit. Dynamics of bi

nocular ductions. NB-03951-2 Hoyt, W. F., Sch. Med., U. California, San Francisco. Study of

nerve fibers in the anterior visual system. NB-03954–1 Kaufman, H. E., Sch. Med., U. Florida, Gainesville. Ocular toxo

plasmosis. NB-03974–2 Kroman, H. S., Sch. Med., Hahnemann Med. C., Philadelphia.

Corticosteroids in the eye of humans and rabbits. NB-04024-3 Hanna, C., Sch. Med., Univ. Arkansas, Little Rock, Ark. Bio

chemical studies in lens cateract formation. NB-04048-1 Sugar, H. S., Sinai Hosp., Detroit, Mich. Antiglaucoma action of

cyclodialysis in dogs. NB-04106–1 Friedman, E., Massachusetts Eye, Ear Infirmary, Boston, Mass.

Retinal microcirculation. NB-04125–1 Fromm, P. O., Grad. Sch., Michigan State U., East Lansing. Study

of eye disease in hatchery reared lake trout. NB-04140–1 Spalter, H. F., Columbia U. C. Phys., Surg., N.Y.C. Autoimmunity

in experimental and human uveitis. NB-04194–1 Sjostrand, F. S., U. California, Los Angeles. Extracellular space

in retina and CNS. NB_04218–1 Thomas, R. P., Med. C. Georgia, Augusta. Systemic manifestations

of open angle glaucoma. NB-04228–1 Allen, R. A., Sch. Med., Univ. California, Los Angeles. Ultra

structure of retinal bipolar cells. NB-04229–1 Levine, R. Z., New York U. Med. C., N.Y.C. Experimental dia

betic retinopathy. NB-04230–1 Levine, R. Z., New York U. Med. C., N.Y.C. Experimental corneal

vascularization. NB-94233–2 Duane, T. D., Jefferson Med. Col., Philadelphia Plethysmographic

occlusion of the ophthalmic artery. NB-04242—1 Flom, M. C., Sch. Optometry, U. California, Berkeley. Contour

interaction and fixation tremor in amblyopia.

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NB-04285–2 Frayser, R., Med. Cr., Indiana U., Indianapolis. Study of the

retinal circulation. NB-04334–1 Dennis, W. H., Sch. Med., Univ. Louisville, Louisville, Ky. Corneal

electrophysiology. NB-04342–2 Hurvich, L. M., U. Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Visual processes

Adaptive and temporal properties. NB-04243–1 Waitzman, M. B., Med. Sch., Emory U., Atlanta, Ga. Metabolic

systems in aqueous humor dynamics. NB-04281-1 Stone, W., Jr., Mass. Eye, Ear Inf., Boston, Surgical polymers

Standardization, purification, synthesis. NB-04288–2 Kinoshita, J. H., Sch. Med., Harvard U., Boston Research career

development award-Experimental Cataracts. NB-04310–1 Aronson, S. B., Univ, California Med. Cr., San Francisco. Study

of ocular immune reactions. NB-04318–2 Waitzman, M. B., Sch. Med., Emory U., Atlanta, Ga. The

role of corticoids in aqueous humor dynamics. NB-04319–2 Waitzman, M. B., Sch. Med., Emory U., Atlanta, Ga. Parasym

pathomimetic properties of ocular extracts. NB-04333–1 Bulle, P. H., Georgetown U. Med. Cr., Wash., D.C. Uveal blood

flow and metabolism studied in vivo. NB-04342–2 MacDonald, R., Sch. Med., Univ. Louisville, Louisville, Ky. Cor

neal electrophysiology. NB-04342–2 Hurvich, L. M., Sch. Arts. Sci., U. Pennsylvania, Phila. Visual

processes-Adaptive and temporal properties. NB-04404–1 Safir, A., Col. Med., Yeshiva U., N.Y.C. Spectral variation of

retinal directional sensitivity. NB-04422–1 Cronly-Dillon, J. R., Oxford U., Oxford, England. Discrimination

of visual shape in the goldfish. NB-04446–1 Maumenee, A. E., Sch. Med., Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md.

Diabetic retinopathy. NB-04447–1 Verhave, T., Presbyterian Med. Cr., San Francisco, Cal. An in

vestigation of nonvisual ocular feedback. NB_04452–1 McConnell, D. G., Ohio State U. Res. Fdn., Columbus. Chemical

studies of stimulated retina. NB-04486–1 Morris, A., Presbyterian Med. Cr., Inst. Med. Sci., San Francisco,

Cal. Brightness discrimination and intraocular pressure. NB-04501-1 Irvine, A. R., Jr., Estelle Doheny Eye Fdn., Los Angeles, Cal.

Effect of blood and pressure on cultured ocular tissues. NB-04533–2 Bortoff, A., Sch. Med., State U. New York, Syracuse, N.Y. Elec

trical activity of the retina. NB-04539–1 Binder, R. F., Sch. Med., Western Reserve U., Cleveland, Ohio.

Intraocular hemolysis. NB-04540_2 McLaughlin, S. C., Jr., Inst. Psychol. Res., Tufts Univ., Medford,

Mass. Visual perception in strabismus. NB-04547–1 Jampel, R. S., Columbia Univ., N. Y. C. Eye movements from brain

stimulation. NB-4578–1 Kruger, L., Sch. Med., U. California, Los Angeles. Visual projec

tion in submammalian vertebrates. NB-04579–1 Koella, W. P., Worcester Fdn. Exptl. Biology, Shrewsbury, Mass.

Visual and vestibular projection to cerebellum. NB_04625–1 Dayton, G., Jr., Sch. Med., U. California, Los Angeles. Develop

mental study of coordinated eye movements in the human infant. NB-04630–1 Hamasaki, D. I., Sch. Med., U. Miami, Coral Gables. Effect of

ions and drugs on the electroretinogram. NB-04633–1 Lovell, W. V., Route Two, Box 18, Sanford, Florida. Modified

Lovell eye magnet for nonmagnetic metals. NB_04668–1 Glocklin, V. C., Univ. Chicago, Ill. Metabolism of retinal pigment

cell epithelium. NB-04669_1 Collins, C. C., Presbyterian Med. Cr., Eye Research Inst., San Fran

cisco, Cal. Hydrostatic study with ocular endoradiosonde. NB-04681-1 Burian, H. M., Iowa State Med. Cr., Iowa City. Symposium on the

A-wave in the human ERG. NB-04886–1 Onley, J. W., Col. Arts. Sci., U. Rochester, N.Y. Psychophysical

studies of visual sensitivity. NB-04695-1 Sears, M. L., Sch. Med., Yale U., New Haven, Conn. Retinal vas

cular metabolism.

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NB-04717-1 Riesen, A. H., Univ. California, Riverside. Vision in special environments—Developmental effects.

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AI-944 Eichenwald, H. F., College of Medicine,, Cornell Univ., N.Y.C. The

toxoplasma parasite and toxoplasmosis. AI-1741 Siim, J. C., Sch. Med., State Serum Inst., Copenhagen, Denmark.

Studies on acquired toxoolasmosis. AI–2070 Kessel, J. F., E. Doheny Eye Fdn., Los Angeles, Cal. Possible relation

of toxoplasma and amoebae to uveitis. AI-2551 Fledman, H. A., Sch. Med., Res. Fdn., State Univ. New York, Albany,

N.Y. Toxoplasma immunity. AI-3023 Top, F. H., State Univ. Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. Epidemiology of toxo

plasmosis. AI-3799 Dienst, R. B., Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Ga. Epidemiology

of toxoplasmosis. AI-4717 Remington, J. S., Palo Alto Med. Res. Fdn., Palo Alto, Calif. Toxo

plasmosis-Nature of infection and immune response. AM-1165 Van Eck, W. F., Sch. Med., Yale Univ., New Haven, Conn. Clinical

and experimental studies on diabetic retinopathy. AM-4803 Guest, G. M., Children's Hosp., Cincinnati, Ohio. Metabolic studies

in diabetic children. AM-4996 Davis, M. D., Sch. Med., Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Role

of endocrine dysfunction in diabetic retinopathy. AM-6135 Keen, H., Guy's Hosp., London, England. Retinal metabolism and

diabetes mellitus. AM–6490 Toussaint, D., Med. Queen Elizabeth Fdn., Brussels, Belgium. Human

and experimental (cats) diabetic retinopathy. AM-6735 Candau, M. G., WHO, Geneva, Switzerland. Hypervitaminosis A

Xerophthalmia and keratomalacia. CA-4346 Hyman, G. A., Col. Phys. & Surg., Cornell Univ., N.Y.C. Combined

X-ray and chemical therapy of retinoblastoma. MH-2528 Engel, E., Upstate Med. Cr., State Univ., New York, Syracuse, N.Y.

Adaptation in artificially aniseikonia and its after effects. MH-6362 Keeler, M. H., Sch. Med., Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C.

Study of retinal phenomena and psychotomimetic drugs. MH-6621 Lit, A., Grad. Sch., So. Illinois Univ., Carbondale, Ill. Effects of il

lumination on binocular space perception. MH-6744 Kandel, G. L., Rensselaer Inst., Troy, N.Y. Factors influencing binoc

ular integration. MH-7179 Brozek, J., Grad. Sch., Lehigh Univ., Bethlehem, Pa. Disruptive

effects of flickering illumination. MH-7413 Misiak, H., Grad. Sch., Fordham Univ., N.Y.C. The effect of mepro

bamate on critical flicker frequency. MH-7743 Walsh, J. F., Grad. Sch., Fordham Univ., N.Y.C. Diurnal Variation

of CFF thresholds. NB-434 Lowry, O. H. Washington Univer., St. Louis, Mo. Quantitative his

tochemistry of the retina. NB-492 Smelser, G. K., Col. Phys. Surg., Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. Functional

development of the eye. NB-604 Jawetz E., Sch. Med., Univ. California, San Francisco, Cal. Studies

of viral keratoconjunctivitis. NB-964 Scott, L. V., Sch. Med., Univ. Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Okla. Ex

perimental herpes simplex infections in the fetus. NB-1202 Smelser, G. K., Sch. Med., Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. Electron micro

scopy of the eye. NB-1330 Fernandez, C., Univ. Chicago, Ill. Vestibular system-Clinical and

experimental. NB–1341 Harman, P. J., Seton Hall Col. Med., Dent., Jersey City, N. J. Optic

system in cat and monkey. NB-1900 Spector, A., Mass. Eye, Ear Infirmary, Boston, Mass. Lens proteins

and glutathione.

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NB–1911 Wortman, R., Sch. Med., Washington Univ., St., Louis, Mo. Mucopoly

saccharides of the eye. NB-1940 Sidman, R. L., Sch. Med., Harvard Univ., Boston, Mass. Histo

chemistry of normal and diseased retinas. NB-1962 Bardawill, W. A., St. Margaret's Hospital, Boston, Mass. Temporal

arteritis—A blinding disease. NB-2010 Bernstein, M. H., Sch. Med, Wayne State Univ., Detroit, Mich. Elec

tron Microscopy of retina and supporting tissues. NB-2018 Nelken, D., Med. Sch., Hebrew Univ., Jerusalem, Israel Immunologi

cal aspects of corneal transplantation. NB-2108 Eaton, H. D., Col. Agr., Univ. Conneticut, Storrs, Conn. Hypo-and

hyervitaminosis A. NB-2298 Kornblueth, W., Sch. Med., Hebrew Univ., Jerusalem, Israel. Carbo

hydrate metabolism of lens of experimental animals. NB-2333 Marg, E., Univ. California, Berkeley, Cal. Visual system studies

with new electronic methods. NB-2507 Parsons, O. A., Univ. Oklahoma Med. Cr., Okla. City. Flicker-fusion

visual fields in the brain damaged. NB-2546 Sery, T. W., Wills Eye Hospital, Phila., Penna. Experimental uveitis

in the rabbit. NB-2769 Futterman, S., Mass. Eye & Ear Inf., Boston, Mass. Retinal Metab

olism. NB-2824 Bernkopf, H., Hebrew University-Hadassah Med. Sch., Jerusalem,

Israel Immunological and serological studies on trachoma virus. NB-2856 Howe, A. F., Retina Fdn., Inst. Biol., Med. Sci., Boston, Mass. Chemi

cal & immunochemical studies of vitreous body. NB-2889 Sjostrand, F. S., Col. Ltrs., Univ. California, Los Angeles, Cal. De

velopment and organization of visual pathways. NB-2913 Stone, W., Jr., Mass. Eye & Ear Infirmary, Boston, Mass. Chemistry

of collagen in transparency and opacity. NB-3010 McLean, J. M., Col. Med., Cornell Univ, N.Y.C. Blood osmolality and

intraocular pressure. NB-3111 Dukes, C. D., Sch. Med., Baylor Univ., Houston, Texas. Local anti

body formation and experimental uveitis. NB-3144 Grayston, J. T., Sch. Med., Univ. Washington, Seattle, Wash. Pre

vention of trachoma. NB-3225 Bickford, R. G., Mayo Assn., Rochester, Minn. Electrocerebral re

sponse to visual pattern. NB-3245 Landman, J., McGill Univ., Montreal, Canada. Formation and

localization of lens antigens in man. NB-3289 Bender, M. B., Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City, N.Y. Central

determinants of retinal excitability in man. NB-3435 Bennett, D. R., Sch. Med., Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Action

of adrenergic drugs on intracular pressure. NB-3455 Porterfield, J. F., Sch. Med., Univ, Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Clinico

pathologic study of autopsy eyes. NB-3465 Guyton, J. S., Henry Ford Hosp., Detroit, Mich. Hypersensitivity in

clouding of rabbit corneal grafts. NB-3483 Kupfer, C., Harvard Med., Mass: Eye, Ear Inf., Boston, Mass. Pro

jection of human retina on lateral geniculate body. NB-3489 Schepens, C. L., Retina Fdn., Boston, Mass. Connective tissue dis

eases in the eye. NB-3528 Schwartz, A. S., Barrow Neurological Inst., Phoenix, Ariz. Neural

mechanisms in flicker perception.

NB-3636 Armaly, M. F., Sch. Med., State Univ., Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. Pilot

study international collaboration on glaucoma. NB-3637 Barany, E. H., Sch. Med., Uppsala Univ., Uppsala, Sweden. Compara

tive study of glaucoma in monkey species. NB-3693 Gay, A. J., Sch. Med., Washington Univ., St. Louis, Mo. Projection

from minute retinal lesions to lateral geniculate nucleus. NB-3740 Talman, E. L., Med. Res. Fdn., Oregon, Portland, Oreg. Galactose

and lens metabolism. NB-3834 Haddad, H. M., Sch. Med., Washington Univ., St. Louis, Mo. Sialic

acids in the eye. NB-3841 Barber, A. N., Sch. Med., Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge, La.

A study of genetic factors for blindness. NB-3888 Misiak, H., Grad. Sch., Fordham Univ., N.Y.C. Standardization of

the critical flicker frequency test. NB-3943 Lennox-Buchthal, M. A., Sch. Med., Univ. Copenhagen, Denmark.

Central nervous mechanisms in color vision. NB-3960 O'Connor, G. R., Sch. Med., Univ. California, Berkeley, Calif. The

separation and analysis of toxoplasma antigens. NB-4059 Goodner, E. K., Univ. California Med. Sch., rkeley, Calif. Experi

mental lens-induced uveitis in rabbits. NB-4116 Feldman, G. L., Col. Med., Baylor Univ., Houston, Tex. Chemically

induced cataracts in the chick embryo. NB-4145 Rosenberg, B., Col. Sci., Arts, Michigan State Univ., East Lansing,

Mich. Electronic charge transport in visual systems. NB-4277 Feldman, G. L., Sch. Med., Baylor Univ., Houston, Tex. The lipids in

experimentally induced cataracts. NB_4282 Woodcock, R. W., Colorado State College, Greeley, Colo. Development

of an electronic brailling system. NB-4286 Braley, A. E., Sch. Med., State Univ., Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. Travel

fund for International Ophthalmology Congress. NB-4358 Rothstein, H., Col. Arts. Sci., Univ. Vermont, Burlington, Vt. In

vivo & in vitro studies of cell division & amino acid incorporation in the

ocular lens. NB-4393 Massopust, L. C., Psychiatric Res. Fdn., Cleveland, Ohio. Compari

sons of the retina and ERG in primates. NB-4521 Woodburne, L., Grad. Sch., Univ. Washington, Seattle, Wash. Visual

acuity, visual discrimination, and visual cortex of squirrel monkey. NB-4530 Gunter, R., Sch. Psychol., San Fernando Valley State C., Northridge,

Calif. The nature of primate color vision. NB_4576 Bender, M. B., Mount Sinai Hospital, N.Y.C. Effects of arousal on

human oculomotor function. NB-4590 Klein, D., Inst. de Genetique medicale, Geneva, Switzerland. Genetic

studies of tapetoretinal degenerations. NB-4591 Kern, H. L., Albert Einstein Col. Md., Yeshiva Univ., N.Y.C. Muco

proteins of the cornea. NB-4684 Cleasby, G. W., Presbyterian Med. Cr., San Francisco, Calif. Experi

mental modification of corneal graft reactions. NB-5021 Chick, E. W., West Virginia Univ., Morgantown, W. Va. Pathogenesis

of mycotic ulcerative keratis. RF-0025 Korc, I., Sch. Med., Universidad de la Republica, Montevideo, Uru.

guay. Biochemical studies on normal and cataractous lenses.

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