Chapter 1 Chairman's starting comments (pages 1–2): W. Modell
Chapter 2 Pharmacological adjustments, Qualitative and Quantitative, among guy and different Species (pages 3–23): Arnold D. Welch
Chapter three separately diversified Responses to medications in accordance Toage, intercourse and practical or Pathological country (pages 24–54): James R. Gillett
Chapter four styles of Metabolic Disposition of gear in guy and different Species (pages 55–70): Adrien Albert
Chapter five styles of Excretion of gear in guy and different Species (pages 71–90): R. T. Williams
Chapter 6 Anaemia, Leucopenia and Thrombocytopenia as a result of Drug hypersensitive reaction: the significance of Cross?Reactions (pages 91–110): J. Dausset and A. Barge
Chapter 7 The Predictive worth of Animal exams with regards to medications Affecting the Cardiovascular approach in guy (pages 111–124): J. W. Black
Chapter eight Predictable and Unpredictable Responses to medicinal drugs: the Kidney (pages 125–137): R. H. Kessler
Chapter nine The Prediction of Hepatotoxiclty because of healing brokers in guy (pages 138–154): Sheila Sherlock
Chapter 10 Predictable and Unpredictable Responses to medications: the anxious method (pages 155–180): Leo E. Hollister
Chapter eleven Drug allergic reaction (pages 181–187): G. B. West
Chapter 12 Idiosyncrasy and Intolerance (pages 188–219): Bernard B. Brodie
Chapter thirteen Pharmacogenetics and the Predictability of Drug Responses (pages 220–246): W. Kalow
Chapter 14 Chairman's last feedback (pages 247–250): W. Modell
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