restricted access   Volume 27, Number 3, Spring 1984

Table of Contents

From: Perspectives in Biology and Medicine

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Of Rats and Infants and Necrotizing Enterocolitis

pp. 327-335

Medical Morality Is Not Bioethics—Medical Ethics in China and the United States

pp. 336-360

Benjamin Franklin as a Psychotherapist: A Forerunner of Brief Psychotherapy

pp. 361-366

The Chemiosmotic Hypothesis of Energy Coupling and the Path of Scientific Opportunity

pp. 367-383

It Has Been Said

pp. 384-385

"Science" in the Practice of Medicine: Its Limitations and Dangers: As Exemplified by a Study of the Natural History of Acute Bronchial Asthma in Children

pp. 386-400

The Noncontributing Author: An Issue of Credit and Responsibility

pp. 401-407

Are the Stereochemistry and Mechanism of Action of Thyroid Hormones Predicted by the Structure of DNA?

pp. 408-416

Intravenously Administered Lecithin Liposomes: A Synthetic Antiatherogenic Lipid Particle

pp. 417-431

Exploring the Compromise of Ethical Principles in Science

pp. 432-442

A Critical Review of the Concept of Stress in Psychosomatic Medicine

pp. 443-464

A Polyphyletic View of Evolution: The Genetic Potential Hypothesis

pp. 465-485

Late Replication-dependent Density Enrichment of Mammalian X Chromosome: An Aid to Its Purification

pp. 486-487

Book Review

Microbes, Man and Animals: The Natural History of Microbial Interactions (review)

pp. 488-489

Letters to the Editor

pp. 490-496