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The Julius Axelrod Papers

The Pineal Gland and the "Melatonin Hypothesis," 1959-1974: Documents

[Julius Axelrod measuring chemicals]. [ca. 1973].
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Metadata Record Axelrod, Julius, and Herbert Weissbach. "Enzymatic O-Methylation of N-Acetylserotonin to Melatonin." Science 131, (29 April 1960): 1312. Article. 1 Image. pdf (134,572 Bytes) ocr (5,755 Bytes)
"Enzymatic O-Methylation of N-Acetylserotonin to Melatonin." 29 April 1960.
Metadata Record Axelrod, Julius. "Effect of Norepinephrine on Metabolism of C14 Tryptophan in Pineal Tissue Culture." Graph. Laboratory Notes. 1 Image. [ca. 1963]. pdf (309,012 Bytes)
"Effect of Norepinephrine on Metabolism of C14 Tryptophan in Pineal Tissue Culture." [ca. 1963].
Metadata Record Wurtman, Richard J., and Julius Axelrod. "The Pineal Gland." Scientific American 213, (July 1965): 50-60. Article. 11 Images. pdf (1,756,455 Bytes) ocr (44,352 Bytes)
"The Pineal Gland." July 1965.
Metadata Record Snyder, Solomon H., Mark Zweig, Julius Axelrod, and Josef E. Fischer. "Control of the Circadian Rhythm in Serotonin Content of the Rat Pineal Gland." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 53, (1965): 301-305. Article. 5 Images. pdf (592,019 Bytes) ocr (18,903 Bytes)
"Control of the Circadian Rhythm in Serotonin Content of the Rat Pineal Gland." 1965.
Metadata Record Axelrod, Julius. "The Pineal Gland: A Neurochemical Transducer." Science 184, (28 June 1974): 1341-1348. Article. 8 Images. pdf (1,427,047 Bytes) ocr (49,820 Bytes)
"The Pineal Gland: A Neurochemical Transducer." 28 June 1974.