L. G. ROWNTREE, M.D., F.A.C.P.; J. H. CLARK, M.D., F.A.C.P.; A. STEINBERG, B.S.; A. M. HANSON, M.D.; N. H. EINHORN, M.D.; W. A. SHANNON, M.D.
The results of our early studies on the biological effects of thymus extract were published in July 1934. In the present communication we wish to present further studies on the thymus gland, up to April 8, 1935, and also the biological effects of pineal extract (Hanson) when administered to succeeding generations with the identical procedure followed in our thymus studies.
Our knowledge of the physiology of the thymus dates from Friedleben in 1858 who found that it was not indispensable to life and was concerned in some way with blood formation, with nutrition and
L. G. ROWNTREE, J. H. CLARK, A. STEINBERG, A. M. HANSON, N. H. EINHORN, W. A. SHANNON. FURTHER STUDIES ON THE THYMUS AND PINEAL GLANDS(FURTHER STUDIES ON THE THYMUS AND PINEAL GLANDS*). Ann Intern Med. 1935;9:359–375. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-9-4-359
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