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1 ANDERSON, E. H. [Group of 4 offprints]. Includes: ANDERSON. "Growth Requirements of Virus-Resistant Mutants of Escherichia Coli Strain 'B'. "
Offprint from: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. , vol. 32, no. 5, 1946. No place: National Academy of Sciences, 1946. 
8vo. 120-128 pp. Self wraps. Ownership signature of Norman Horowitz. FINE. Anderson was associated with the Biology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. All of the papers bear the rubber stamp or signature of pioneer Caltech geneticist Norman Horowitz. WITH: ANDERSON. "The Effect of Oxygen on Mutation Induction by X-Rays. " Offprint from: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. , vol. 37, no. 6, 1951. 8vo. 340-349 pp. Figs. Self wraps. WITH: ANDERSON. "Heat Reactivation of Ultraviolet-Inactivated Bacteria. " Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, vol. 61, no. 4, 1951. 8vo. 389-394 pp. Self wraps. WITH: ANDERSON, & D. BILLEN. "The Effect of Temperature on X-Ray Induced Mutability in Escherichia Coli. " Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, vol. 70, no. 1, 1955. 8vo. 35-43 pp. Figs. Self wraps. 
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2 BARRY, J. M. & E. M. Molecular Biology: An Introduction to Chemical Genetics.
Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, (1973). 
8vo. xiii, 142 pp. Figs., photos, index. Pictorial wrappers. Ownership rubber stamp of M. W. Strickberger on half-title. FINE. 
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3 BARRY, J. M. & E. M. Molecular Biology: Genes and the Chemical Control of Living Things.
Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, (1964). 
8vo. 139 pp. Figs., index. Pictorial wrappers. Ownership rubber stamp of M. W. Strickberger. FINE. 
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4 Biblioteca di Physis. Vitalisms from Haller to the Cell Theory; proceedings of the Zaragoza symposium, XIXth International Congress of History of Science, 22-29 August 1993. Edited by Guido Cimino, François Duchesneau.
Firenze: Leo S. Olschki, 1997. 
Series: Biblioteca di Physis, 5. Articles in English and French. 8vo. 357 pp. Index. Printed wrappers. Scarce. Very good. This volume of conference proceedings contains the following contributions: Guido Cimino, "Introduction: La problématique du vitalisme"; Roselyne Rey, "Lignes de force et tendances actuelles des études sur le vitalisme"; Richard Toellner, "Principles and Forces of Life in Haller"; Maria Teresa Monti, "Les dynamismes du corps et les forces du vivant dans la physiologie de Haller"; Giulio Barsanti, "Les phénomènes 'étranges' et 'paradoxaux' aux origines de la première révolution biologique (1740-1810)"; Federico Di Trocchio, "The Vital Principle in Therapy: Barthez and the Theory of Fluxions"; François Azouvi, "Le vitalisme de Maine de Biran"; Brigitte Lohff, "The Concept of Vital Forces as a Research Program (from mid-XVIIIth Century to Johannes Müller)"; Frederick Gregory, "The Newtonian Vitalism of J. F. Fries"; Dietrich von Engelhardt, "Vitalism between Science and Philosophy in Germany around 1800"; Roselyne Rey, "Bichat au carrefour des vitalismes"; Jacalyn Duffin, "Cadavers and Patients: Laennec's Vital Principle and the Historical Diagnosis of Vitalism"; François Duchesneau, "Vitalism and Anti-vitalism in Schwann's Program for the Cell Theory"; Guido Cimino, "Propriétés ou forces nerveuses dans l'oeuvre de Flourens"; Frederic L. Holmes, "Claude Bernard and the Vitalism of His Time"; and François Duchesneau, "Territoires et frontières du vitalisme (1750-1850)." Reviewed: Journal of the History of Biology, 33, (2000). 
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5 BONNER, David. Group of 3 offprints. Includes: BONNER. "Production of Biochemical Mutations in Penicillium."
Offprint from: American Journal of Botany, vol. 33, no. 10, 1946. No place: American Journal of Botany 1946 paperback 8vo. 788-791 pp. Printed wrappers. Ownership signature of Norman Horowitz. Fine. 
Offprint from: American Journal of Botany, vol. 33, no. 10, 1946. No place:: American Journal of Botany. 1946. paperback. 8vo. 788-791 pp. Printed wrappers. Ownership signature of Norman. Horowitz. Fine.. Bonner was associated with the School of Biological Sciences, Stanford University. WITH: BONNER. "Studies on the Biosynthesis of Penicillin." Offprint from: Archives of Biochemistry, vol. 13, no. 1, 1947. 8vo. 9 pp. Self wraps. Signature of Horowitz. Fine. WITH: BONNER, Charles YANOFSKY, & Elga WASSERMAN. "Large Scale Paper Chromatography." Offprint from: Science, vol. 111, no. 2873, 1950. 8vo. 61-62 pp. 1 fig. Printed wrappers. Rubber stamp of Horowitz. Fine. . 1 
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6 CALMETTE, Leon Charles Albert (1863-1933). Tubercle bacillus infection and tuberculosis in man and animals. Processes of infection and resistance; a biological and experimental study. Authorized translation by Willard B. Soper & George H. Smith.
Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1923. 
8vo. xxiii, 689 pp. 25 color plates, 31 text figs., index. Original green cloth, gilt-stamped spine title; a few small marks on upper cover. Exlib ink stamps on title-page. Very good. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH. Albert Calmette would achieve world-wide fame and a permanent place in the history of medicine for his work on the development of a vaccine to combat tuberculosis. “The perfection of BCG [Bacillus Calmette-Guérin] remains Calmette’s greatest contribution. This vaccine contains a strain of Koch’s bovine bacillus that has been subjected to repeated culture on a nutritive medium mixed with bile. It is effective for both animals and man because tubercle bacilli of the bovine and human types are sufficiently related that they can produce cross-immunity. In addition, BCG is a safe vaccine because the live bacilli it contains remain at low virulence.” [DSB]. DSB Vol. III, p. 22. First Edition. 
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7 COHEN, Georges N. [9 offprints] Associated with the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Laboratoire de Chimie bactérienne, Institut Pasteur, Garches, Seine et Oise, France. [in collaboration with] Dean B. Cowie, Marie-Louise Hirsch, Roger Munier, Bention Nisman, Howard V. Rickenberg Susan B. Wiesendanger.
[no place]: [offprints], 1953-1958. 
9 papers. Fine. Inventory: [1] COHEN, Georges N. & Marie-Louise HIRSCH. Physiologie Cellulaire. La thréonine-synthase, système enzymatique sythétisant la L-thréonine à partir de la L-homosérine. Offprint from: Comptes Rendus des séances de l’Académie des Sciences, Vol. 236, 23 March 1953. pp. 1302-1304. Self wraps. Ownership stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ [2] COHEN, Georges N. & Marie-Louise HIRSCH. Physiologie Cellulaire. Transformation de l’acide L-aspartique en L-thréonine par l’intermédiare de la L-homosérine chez Escherichia coli. Offprint from: Comptes Rendus des séances de l’Académie des Sciences, Vol. 236, 15 June 1953. pp. 2338-2340. Self wraps. Ownership stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ [3] COHEN, Georges N. & Marie-Louise Hirsch. Threonine Synthase, a system synthesizing L-Threonine from L-Homoserine. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 67, No. 2, February 1954. pp. 182-190. Self wraps. Ownership stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ [4] NISMAN, Bention, George N. COHEN, Susan B. WIESENDANGER & Marie-Louise HIRSCH. Physiologie Cellulaire. Transformation de l’acide aspartique homosérine et en thréonine par des extraits de Escherichia coli. Offprint from: Comptes Rendus des séances de l’Académie des Sciences, Vol. 238, 22 March 1954. pp. 1342-1344. Self wraps. Ownership stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ [5] COHEN, Georges N., Marie-Louise Hirsch, Susan B. WIESENDANGER & Bention NISMAN. Physiologie Cellulaire. Précisions sur la synthèse de L-thréonine à partir d’acide L-aspartique par des extraits de Escherichia coli. Offprint from: Comptes Rendus des séances de l’Académie des Sciences, Vol. 238, 26 April 1954. pp. 1746-1748. Self wraps. Ownership stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ [6] MUNIER, Roger & COHEN, Georges N. Incorporation d’analogues structuraux d’aminoacides dans les proteins bactériennes. Offprint from: Bichim. Bioph. Acta., Vol. 21, 1956. Preliminary notes. pp. 592-3. Self wraps. Ownership stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ [7] COHEN, Georges N. & Howard V. RICKENBERG. Concentration Spécifique Réversible des Aminoacides chez Escherichia coli. Offprint from: Annales de l’Institute Pasteur, Vol. 91, November 1956. pp. 693-720. Printed wrappers. Ownership stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ [8] COHEN, Georges N. & Dean B. COWIE. Chimie Biologique. Remplacement total de laMéthionine par la sélénomé-thionine dans les proteins d’Escherichia coli. Offprint from: Comptes Rendus des séances de l’Académie des Sciences, Vol. 244, January 1957. pp. 680-673 [prob. 670-73], 28. Self wraps. Ownership stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ [9] COHEN, Georges N. Synthèse de Protéines “Anormales” chez Escherichia coli K 12 Cultivé en Présence de L-valine. Offprint from: Annales de l’Institute Pasteur, Vol. 94, January 1958. pp. 15-30. Printed wrappers. Ownership stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ 
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8 CONANT, James Bryant (editor). Pasteur’s Study of Fermentation.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1952. 
Series: Harvard Case Histories in Experimental Science. 8vo. 57 pp. Printed wrappers. Ownership signature of Roger Hahn. Very good. Includes additional theories of fermentation from Liebig through the 20th century. 
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9 ENGLESBERG, Ellis. [30 offprints].
[various places]. 1955-1969. 
Englesberg was associated with the George Williams Hooper Foundation, University of California, San Francisco, then the Dept. of Bacteriology, University of California, Berkeley. In 1956 he was with the Biological Laboratory, Long Island Biological Assoc., Cold Spring Harbor, NY. He then joins the Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, PA. In 1966 he is at the Dept. of Biological Sciences, UCSB. [in collaboration with] R. L. Anderson, L. S. Baron, H. Boyer, Ahron Gibor, P. A. Hoffee, G. Huttenhauer, Laura Ingraham, N. Lee, Judith Bentoff Levy, J. A. Watson, R. Weinberg. All have the ink ownership stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. Inventory: ENGLESBERG, Ellis & Judith B. LEVY. Induced synthesis of tricarboxylic acid cycle enzymes as correlated with the oxidation of acetate and glucose by Pasturella pestis. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 69, No. 4, April 1955. pp. 418-431. Self wraps. ¶ ENGLESBERG, Ellis. The irreversibility of methionine synthesis from cysteine in Pasturella pestis. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 63, No. 5, May 1952. pp. 675-680. Self wraps. ¶ENGLESBERG, Ellis. The mutagenic action of formaldehyde on bacteria. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 63, No. 1, January 1952. pp. 1-11. Printed wrappers. ¶ENGLESBERG, Ellis, Ahron GIBOR & Judith Bentoff LEVY. Adaptive control of terminal respiration in Pasturella pestis. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 63, No. 1, August 1954. pp. 146-151. Printed wrappers. ENGLESBERG, Ellis, Judith Bentoff LEVY & Ahron GIBOR. Some enzymatic changes accompanying the shift from anaerobiosis to aerobiosis in Pasturella pestis. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 68, No. 2, August 1954. pp. 178—185. Printed wrappers. ¶ENGLESBERG, Ellis. Physiological Basis for Rhamnose Utilization by a Mutant of Pasturella pestis. II. A Single Mutational Event Leading to the Production of Two Enzymes. Offprint from: Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Vol. 71, No. 1, September 1957. pp. 179-193. Self wraps. ¶ENGLESBERG, Ellis & Laura INGRAHAM. Meiotrophic mutants of Pasturella pestis and their use in the elucidation of nutritional requirements. Offprint from: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Vol. 43, No. 5, May 1957. pp. 369-372. Self wraps. ¶ENGLESBERG, Ellis. Mutation to rhamnose utilization in Pasturella pestis. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 73, No. 5, May 1957. pp. 641-648. Printed wrappers. ¶ENGLESBERG, Ellis. Physiological basis for rhamnose utilization by a mutant of Pasturella pestis. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 74, No. 1, July 1957. pp. 8-11. Printed wrappers. ¶ ENGLESBERG, Ellis. Glucose inhibition and the diauxie phenomenon. Offprint from: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Vol. 45, No. 10, October 1959. pp. 1494-1507. Printed wrappers. ¶ ENGLESBERG, Ellis & L. S. BARON. Mutation to L-rhamnose resistance and transduction to L-rhamnose utilization in Salmonella typhosa. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 78, No. 5, November 1959. pp. 675-686. Printed wrappers. ¶ ENGLESBERG, Ellis. Inhibition of the growth of Salmonella typhosa by L-rhamnose. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 79, No. 1, January 1960. pp. 58-64. Printed wrappers. ¶ ENGLESBERG, Ellis, J. A. WATSON & P. A. HOFFEE. The Glucose Effect and the Relationship between Glucose Permease, Acid Phosphatse, and Glucose Resistance. Offprint from: Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. XXVI, 1961. pp. 261-276. Self wraps. ¶ ENGLESBERG, Ellis. Enzymatic characterization of 17 L-arabinose negative mutants of Escherichia coli. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 81, No. 6, June 1961. pp. 996-1006. Printed wrappers. ¶ ENGLESBERG, Ellis, R. L. ANDERSON, R. WEINBERG, N. LEE, P. HOFFEE, G. HUTTENHAUER & H. BOYER. L-arabinose-sensitive, L-ribulose 5-phosphate 4-epimerase-deficient mutants of Escherichia coli. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 88, No. 1, July 1962. pp. 137-146. Self wraps. ¶ LEE, Nancy & Ellis ENGLESBERG. Dual effects of structural genes in Escherichia coli. Offprint from: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Vol 48, No. 3, March 1962. pp. 335-348. Printed wrappers. ¶ BOYER, Herbert, Ellis ENGLESBERG & Roger WEINBERG. Direct selection of L-arabinose negative mutants of Escherichia coli strain B/r1. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 47, No. 4, April 1962. pp. 417-425. Printed wrappers. ¶ HOFFEE, Patricia & Ellis ENGLESBERG. Effect of metabolic activity on the glucose permease of bacterial cells. Offprint from: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Vol. 48, No. 10, October 1962. pp. 1759-1765. Self wraps. ¶ LEE, Nancy & Ellis ENGLESBERG. Coodinate variations in induced syntheses of enzymes associated with mutations in a structural gene. Offprint from: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Vol. 50, No. 4, October 1963. pp. 696-702. Self wraps. ¶ HOFFEE, Patricia, Ellis ENGLESBERG & François LAMY. The glucose permease system in bacteria. Offprint from: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, Vol. 79, 1964. pp. 337-350. Self wraps. Pencil initials of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ CRIBBS, Richard & Ellis ENGLESBERG. L-arabinose negative mutants of the L-ribulokinase structural gene affecting the levels of L-arabinose isomerase in Escherichia coli. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 49, No. 1, January 1964. pp. 95-108. Self wraps. ¶ THEODORE, Theodore S. & Ellis ENGLESBERG. Mutant of Salmonella typhimurium deficient in the carbon dioxide-fixing enzyme phosphoenolpyruvic caboxylase. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 88, No. 4, October 1964. pp. 946-955. Self wraps. Ink initials of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ NOVOTNY, Charles P. & Ellis ENGLESBERG. The L-arabinose permease system in Escherichia coli B/r. Offprint from: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, Vol. 117, 1966. pp. 217-230. Self wraps. ¶ ENGLESBERG, Ellis, Joseph IRR, Joseph POWER & Nancy LEE. Positive Control of Enzyme Synthesis by Gene C in the L-Arabinose System. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 90, No. 4, October 1965. pp. 946-957. Windowed wrappers. Ink initials of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ SHEPPARD, David & Ellis ENGLESBERG. Positive Control in the L-arabinose Gene-Enzyme Complex of Escherichia coli B/r as Exhibited with Stable Merodiploids. Offprint from: Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, Vol. XXXI, 1966. pp. 345-347. Self wraps. ¶ SHEPPARD, D. E. & E. ENGLESBERG. Further Evidence for Positive Control of the L-Arabinose System by Gene araC. Offprint from: Journal of Molecular Biology, Vol. 25, 1967. pp. 443-454. Printed wrappers. Ink initial of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ ENGLESBERG, Ellis, David SHEPPARD, Craig SQUIRES & Frank MERONK Jr. An Analysis of “Revertants” of a Deletion Mutant in the C Gene of the L-Arabinose Gene Complex in Escherichia coli B/r: Isolation of Initiator Constitutive Mutants Ic). Offprint Journal of Molecular Biology, Vol. 43, 1969. pp. 281-298. Printed wrappers. ¶ ENGLESBERG, Ellis, Craig SQUIRES & Frank MERONK Jr. The L-arabinose operon in Escherichia coli B/r: A genetic demonstration of two functional states of the product of a regulator gene. Offprint from: Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., Vol. 62, No. 4, April 1969. pp. 1100-1107. Self wraps. ¶ KESSLER, Donald P. & Ellis ENGLESBERG. Arabinose-Leucine Deletion Mutants of Escherichia coli B/r. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 98, No. 3, June 1969. pp. 1159-1169. Windowed wrappers. ¶ HOGG, R. W. & E. ENGLESBERG. L-Arabinose Binding Protein from Escherichia coli B/r. Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 100, No. 1, October 1969. pp. 423-432. Windowed wrappers. 
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10 FELDMAN, Jerry F. [8 offprints: Studies in biorhythm and Circadian clocks] Genetic and Biochemical Approaches to Biological Clocks: Implications for the Study of Behavior. Offprint from: Behavioral Genetics: Simple Systems.
Boulder (CO): Colorado Associated University Press, 1973. 
pp. 165-187. Printed wrappers. Feldman was with the Dept. of Biological Sciences, State Univ. of New York at Albany. In 1977 he was with the Thimann Laboratories, University of California, Santa Cruz. [in collaboration with] Cheryl A. Atkinson, Victor G. Bruce , Richard Denison, Subhuti Dharmananda, George Gardner, Nickolas M. Waser. Inventory: ¶ FELDMAN, Jerry F. Genetic and Biochemical Approaches to Biological Clocks: Implications for the Study of Behavior. Offprint from: Behavioral Genetics: Simple Systems. Boulder (CO): Colorado Associated University Press, 1973. pp. 165-187. Printed wrappers. Pen notation ‘Feldman’ in Norman H. Horowitz’s hand. ¶ FELDMAN, Jerry F. & Nickolas M. WASER. New Mutations Affecting Circadian Rhythmicity in Neurospora. Offprint from: Biochronometry, Natl. Acad. Sci., 1971. pp. 652-656. Self wraps. ¶ FELDMAN, Jerry F. & Victor G. BRUCE. Circadian Rhythm Changes in Autotrophic Euglena Induced by Organic Carbon Sources. Offprint from: Journal of Protozoology, Vol. 19(2), 1972. pp. 370-373. Printed wrappers. ¶ FELDMAN, Jerry F. & Marian N. HOYLE. Isolation of circadian clock mutants of Neurospora crassa. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 75, December 1973. pp. 605-613. Self wraps. ¶ FELDMAN, Jerry F. & S. B. STEVENS. Protein synthesis and temperature compensation in circadian rhythmicity. Offprint from: Behaviour of Microoragnisms (A. Perez-Miravete, ed.). London: Plenum Press, 1973. pp. 297-301. Self wraps. ¶ FELDMAN, Jerry F. & Cheryl A. ATKINSON. Genetic and physiological characteristics of a slow-growing circadian clock mutant of Neurospora crassa. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 88, February 1978. pp. 255-265. Self wraps. ¶ FELDMAN, Jerry F., George GARDNER & Richard DENISON. Genetic analysis of the circadian clock of Neurospora. Offprint from: Biological Rhythms and their Central Mechanism, The Naito Foundation, 1979, pp. 57-66. Self wraps. Ink initials of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ DHARMANANDA, Subhuti & Jerry F. FELDMAN. Spatial Distribution of Circadian Clock Phase in Aging Cultures of Neurospora crassa. Offprint from: Plant Physiology, Vol. 63, 1979. pp. 1049-1054. Self wraps. Pencil initials of Norman H. Horowitz. 
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11 FOMON, Samuel J. (ed.) Amino Acid and Protein Metabolism. Report of the Thirtieth Ross Conference on Pediatric Research
Columbus: Ross Laboratories 1959 paperback 1 
Columbus:: Ross Laboratories. 1959. paperback. 1. 8vo. 112 pp. Figs. Printed wrappers. FINE. Dust jacket present. 
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12 FOSTER, Morris. [16 offprints, including:] Enzymatic studies of pigment-forming abilities in mouse skin.
Offprint from: Journal of Experimental Zoology, 1951. Signed
Journal of Experimental Zoology, Vol. 117, No. 2, July 1951. pp. 211-246. Printed wrappers. Fine. Foster was associated with the Dept. of Zoology, Columbia University, NY, then the Osborn Zoological Laboratory, Yale University and the Whitman Laboratory of Experimental Zoology, Univ. of Chicago. In 1959 he was witht he Section of Dermatology, Dept. of Medicine, Yale. In 1961 he is with the Mammalian Genetics Center, Dept of Zoology, University of Michigan. [in collaboration with] Seward R. Brown, Robinson Cook Jr., Bernard Kosto, Grace E. Pickford, Theodore A. Stamas, L. Thomson, Grevilda S. Trembly. One piece inscribed by the author. Inventory: ¶ FOSTER, Morris & L. THOMSON. The Effects of Substitution at the Leaden (ln) Locus on Melanogenic Attributes of the Mouse. Offprint from: X International Congress of Genetics, Proceedings, Vol. II. (N. D.). 1 p. Self wraps. ¶ FOSTER, Morris. Enzymatic studies of pigment-forming abilities in mouse skin. Offprint from: Journal of Experimental Zoology, Vol. 117, No. 2, July 1951. pp. 211-246. Printed wrappers. Ink stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ FOSTER, Morris. Manometric and Histochemical Demonstration of Tyrosinase in Foetal Guinea-Pig Skin. Offprint from: Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, Vol. 79, 1952. pp. 713-715. Self wraps. Ink stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ FOSTER, Morris & Robinson COOK Jr. Tyrosinase in Frozen Sections and Fragments of Mouse Skin. Offprint from: Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, Vol. 85, 1954. pp. 120-3. Self wraps. Ink stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ FOSTER, Morris, Grevilda S. TREMBLY & Theodore A. STAMAS. A Turbidimetric Assay for Tyrosinase Activity in Frozen Sections of Mouse Skin. Offprint from: Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, Vol. 86, 1954. pp. 313-315. Self wraps. Ink stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ FOSTER, Morris. Enzymatic studies of the physiological genetics of guinea pig coat coloration. I. Oxygen consumption studies. Offprint from: Genetics, Vol. 41, No. 3, May 1956. pp. 396-409. Self wraps. Ink stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ FOSTER, Morris, Robinson COOK Jr. & Theodore A. STAMAS. In vitro studies of the effects of melanocyte population density on melanin formation. Offprint from: Journal of Experimental Zoology, Vol. 132, No. 1, June 1956. pp. 1-23. Self wraps. Ink stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ FOSTER, Morris. Effects of melanocyte crowding on melanin formation. Offprint from: The Anatomical Record, Vol. 125, No. 3, July 1956. p. 622. Self wraps. ¶ FOSTER, Morris & Seward R. BROWN. The production of dopa by normal pigmented mammalian skin. Offprint from: Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 225, No. 1, March 1957. pp. 247-252. Self wraps. Ink stamp of Norman H. Horowitz. ¶ FOSTER, Morris. Physiological Studies of Melanogenesis. Offprint from: Pigment Cell Biology. New York: Academic Press, 1959. pp. 301-314. Self wraps. ¶ KOSTO, Bernard, Grace E. PICKFORD & Morris FOSTER. Hormonal regulation of melanogenesis and the dopa tyrosinase system in the killifish, Fundulus heteroclitus. Offprint from: The Anatomical Record, Vol. 134, No. 3, July 1959. p. 596. Self wraps. ¶ KOSTO, Bernard, Grace E. PICKFORD & Morris FOSTER. Further studies of the hormonal induction of melanogenesis in the killifish, Fundulus heteroclitus. Offprint from: Endocrinology, Vol. 65, No. 6, December 1959. pp. 869-881. Self wraps. ¶ FOSTER, Morris. Genetic and physiological aspects of mammalian melanogenesis. Offprint from: Annali Italiani di Dermatologia Clinica e Sperimentale, Vol. XVI, No. 4, 1961/62. pp. 349-356. Printed wrappers. ¶ FOSTER, Morris. Discussion following paper of W. K. Silvers, “Tactics in Pigment-Cell Research.” Offprint from: Methodology in Mammalian Genetics, 1963. pp. 336-342. Printed wrappers. ¶ FOSTER, Morris. Some physiological genetic aspects of mammalian melanogenesis. Offprint from: Annals of The New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 100, Part II, February 1963. pp. 743-748. Self wraps. ¶ FOSTER, Morris. Mammalian pigment genetics. Offprint from: Advances in Genetics, Vol. 13, N. D. pp. 311-339. Self wraps. Pen inscription to Dr. [Norman H.] Horowitz “With best wishes” from the author. 
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13 FRANKLAND, Percy, & Mrs. Percy FRANKLAND. Micro-Organisms in Water; their significance, identification and removal. Together with an account of the bacteriological methods employed in their investigation. Specially designed for the use of those connected with the sanitary aspects of water-supply.
London and New York: Longmans, Green, 1894. 
8vo. xi, 532, ads. 24 pp. 28 figures, 2 plates, index. Olive green blind and gilt-stamped cloth; corners showing, small defect to back hinge. Bookplate. Very good. FIRST EDITION. “Frankland was one of the early English workers on bacteriology and made many valuable contributions on the bacteria of water supplies, bacterial filtration, and sewage treatment.” – Bulloch, History of Bacteriology, p. 367. This led to monthly examinations of London’s water supplies inaugurated in 1885. First Edition. 
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14 GREEN, J. Reynolds (Joseph) (1848-1914). The Soluble Ferments and Fermentation.
Cambridge: University Press 1899 hardcover Series: Cambridge Natural Science Manuals – Biological. 8vo. xiii, 480 pp. Index. Original gilt-stamped navy cloth; extremi 
Cambridge:: University Press. 1899. hardcover. Series: Cambridge Natural Science Manuals – Biological. 8vo. xiii,. 480 pp. Index. Original gilt-stamped navy cloth; extremities quite. worn, spine library call no. neatly painted over, joints mended with. kozo. Ex-library copy with bookplate and multiple rubber-stamps. (incl. title). Bookplate of Herbert Maule Richards (Dept. of Biology,. Columbia University). Good.. 3 
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15 HARRIS, Henry. The Birth of the Cell.
New Haven and London: Yale University Press, (1999). 0300073844 / 9780300073843 
First printing. 8vo. xii, 212 pp. 68 illustrations, index. Black cloth, gilt-stamped spine title, dust-jacket. Fine. ISBN: 0300073844 First Edition. 
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16 HOLLOWAY, Bruce W. Group of 5 offprints. Includes: HOLLOWAY. “Genetic Recombination in Pseudomonas Aeruginosa.”
Offprint from: Journal of General Microbiology, vol. 13, no. 3. No place: Journal of General Microbiology, 1955. Signed
8vo. 572-581 pp. Self wraps. Ownership rubber stamp of Norman Horowitz. INSCRIBED BY HOLLOWAY. Fine. Holloway was a Professor of Genetics at Monash University, Victoria, Australia. This group includes an autographed manuscript letter from Holloway to Norman Horowitz (a pioneer Caltech geneticist), 1981. WITH: HOLLOWAY, & Barbara FARGIE. “Fertility Factors and Genetic Linkage in Pseudomonas Aeruginosa.” Offprint from: J. of Bact., vol. 80, no. 3, 1960. 8vo. 362-368 pp. Self wraps. Full list available on request. 
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17 HOROWITZ, Norman H. & Gisela CHARLANG, & George HORN, & Norma P. WILLIAMS. “Isolation and Identification of the Conidial Germination Factor of Neurospora Crassa.”
Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, vol. 127, no. 1. No place: American Society for Microbiology, 1976. 
8vo. 135-140 pp. Figs. Self wraps. FINE. 
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18 HOROWITZ, Norman H. & Gisela CHARLANG. “Germination and Growth of Neurospora at Low Water Activities.”
Offprint from: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 68, no. 2. No place: National Academy of Sciences, 1971. 
4to. 260-262 pp. Figs. Self wraps. FINE. 
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19 HOROWITZ, Norman H. & Gisela CHARLANG. “Membrane Permeability and the Loss of Germination Factor from Neurospora Crassa at Low Water Activities.”
Offprint from: Journal of Bacteriology, vol. 117, no. 1. No place: American Society for Microbiology, 1974. 
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20 ISAACS, Alick & Jean LINDENMANN. Virus interference I: The interferon.
[London: Royal Society 1957 paperback Series: Proceedings Royal Society, London. Series B, Biological Sciences, vol. 147, no 927, 1957. 8vo. pp. 258-267. Original pri 
[London:: Royal Society. 1957. paperback. Series: Proceedings Royal Society, London. Series B, Biological. Sciences, vol. 147, no 927, 1957. 8vo. pp. 258-267. Original printed. wrappers. FINE.. This is the original paper which outlined the discovery, long searched for, of what was called ‘interferon.’ "...in 1937... George W. M. Findlay and F. O. MacCallum, who observed that monkeys infected with Rift Valley Fever virus resisted the fatal, antigenetically distinct, yellow fever virus. Reports of interference among other viruses appeared, and in 1943 Werner and Gertrude Henle discovered that ultraviolet- or heat-killed viruses are still able to interfere with secondary inoculations of live viruses. The scientific literature was soon filled with speculations on mechanisms for this transient form of viral immunity that apparently involved neither antibody not phagocyte. The discovery and premier analysis of the agent came in 1957 with Alick Isaacs and Jean Lindenmann." Also in this issue, Virus interference II: Some properties of interferon, pp. 268-273. Bibel, Debra Jan, Milestones in Immunology, pp. 208-212; Garrison-Morton 2578.22. . 1 
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