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MAJENSKA, Magdaleria-, HMO(, Urzizu1w, STASZEWSKA flullyin; '11)SZKIFWICZ, E-wa; WASAK, HeniVk Analysis of the mc-rbiaity and clini-al picture of leukemia in children in 1949,11961. Pol. tyg. lek. 19 no.47:1813-1815 23 11'64' 1. Z 11 KIinikI Pedlatrycme'j Akademli Medyczne-~ w Lublinie (kierownik,. dcc. dr. med. A. Gebala). Nov ExcERPTA ,,:EDicA soo 4 Vol 12/11 Med, 3602. INVES71GA71ONS ON INCOMPLETE ANTIBODIES DUIUNG BRU`CLLLA INFECTIONS - IiA-Lk I e w - Dept. of Med. Microbiol.. Med. Acad., Lublin (Poland)-- Z. IMMUR'ScH. 19 59. 117/4 (281- 283) Tables 3 The performance of blocking and Coombs test In Brucella Infection Is necessary if the Wright test to negative. TUSZKIEWICZ, Maria On immunological tolerance. Pcl. tyg.lek. 18 no.48:1817,11F20 25 Nt63 1. Z Katedry Mikrobiologii, Lekarskiej PIfw lublinie; kierownik: prof.dr. J.Parnas. KOWALEWSKI, Jan; TUSZKIaIICZ, Maria; GUTKA, Anna; PLESZCZYNSKA, Ewa I - I .. - - ---v Ampicillin -- a wide-spectr-um penicillin in the treat=ent of urinary tract infection. Pol. tyg. lek. 20 no.40:1504-1506 4 0 165. 1. Z II Kliniki Chorob Wevnetrznych A14 w Lublinie (Kierownik: prof. dr. med. A.R. Tuszkiewicz) i z 7akladu Mikrobiologii AM w Lublinie (Kierownik: prof. dr. J. Parnas). TUSZKIZIlicz, I.I.- M 1he infiuence of Injection of a PR8 irfluenza virus into newboni mic-a on their immunological response in mature life. Acta virol. (Pralha) [&g] 9 no.3:21c)-223 My'65- 1. Department of Microbiology and the Iaboratory of Electron Microscopy of the Medical Academy, Liblin, Poland. DMOWSKI, Gui9taw;.TUSZKIEWICZs Maria; BEDITARZUSKIp Janusz; MARDARGWICZ, Czeslav aperience in Lhu clinical evaluation of the preparation "Tetracykl-inum basicum* (produced by the Tarchomin Pharmaceutical Plant). Pol, tyg. lok. 18 no.37:1386-1390 9 S 163- 1. Z I KlAniki Chorob Wewrietrznych AM w Lublinie; kierawnikz prof. dr med. Mieczyslaw Kedra i z Katedry Mikrobiologii Lekarakiaj AM w Diblini,o; kierownik: prof. dr Jozef Parnas. (TETR.ALYCLEIPE) (BRONCHOFNEUMONIA) (PNEUMONIA) LMNG ABSCESS) (BRONCHITIS) IMOCARDITIS SUBACUTE BACTERI.Al) R (FURUNCULW ISI (SEPTICEMIA) (PnLOCYST1,ris) TUSZKIEWICZ Maria; SMUMM, Maria; SAFJIECKA , Barbara Bentonite reaction in the diagnosis of rheumatic diseases. Pol. tyg. lek. 19 no.28:1194 - 1106 13 - 20 J1164 1. Z l[atedry Mikrobiologii TAkarskiej (kierownik: prof. dr. J. Parmas i z II Kliniki Chorob Vewnetrmych Akade4i Me- dycznej w Lublinie (kierownik: prof. dr. A.R. Tuszkie.lic4. C~ustaw, TUSzKIEI.--aCz ria, BED%IARZrWSKI , Janusz, -31*IICZ,---CE-r---f-a,i-,-; First Clinic of Intorfial Diseases linilza Chorob (Director: Prof. Dr. mod. -Ia-a K--,rjr-.A) and Dop;-rtznont of Medical Microbiolo(2,y ys- Zz%!-z1ad Mikrobiologii Lekarskioj) (Director: Prof. Dr. Jo- zof ?,IIIIAS) , both of the AM [Akademia Medyczaa, Niodical A- in-Lublin 'Clinical Evaluation of Totracyclinum I-,-,sicum (Domestic). ~;Iri Tyr,-odniV. Lckarski, Vol 18, No 371' 9 Sep 63; [Authors' rngl--;sh summary modified] Authors re- po r %; the details of a clinical study on the offectivoness of Totracyclinum basicum produced by the Phannacoutical Factory Zaklady Famacoutyczno) in Tarchomin. and compared it tAth that of aureo- and terramycin, and report their findings in five (5) tables. They conclude that totracyc- linum basicum is a valuable antibiotic, not worse than other antibiotics of the totracyclino group. There are 10 rofarencos: 4 Soviet, 4' Polish, 2 En.-lish. 1/1 ~Nk,RPTA MICA 3ec 6 Vol 1.115 internal hed. Fay 59 23176. THE VALUE Of-' ANTisTim"JOLYSIN REACTION IN UIFI-*KRENTIAI. DIAGNOSIS OP' JOINT DISEASES - WartoAt odczynu antystreptollzynowego w rozpoznaniu r6fnicowym chor6b staw6w - T u a z k i e w i c z 0 -Ar a M. , W y s o k i ei s k t Z. and C h a r i a s z S. Za". Nli-k_r_oB_i-o1. Lek., Akad. Med., Lublin - POL. ARCH. MED, WEWNi~T. 1958, 28!2 (209-214) Graphs 2 'Fables I The antistreptolysin level in the blood was determined in 360 persons with diseases in relation to streptococcal infection (rheumatic disease, angina, broncwtls) and with joint diseases of another origin (rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthrosis). In a similar way 120 healthy persons were examined. The mean level of antistrepto- lysins in healthy persons amounts to 90 U. 'I ml. on the average; it is .1ugher in children in the age of 5-10 yr. than in adults. In rheumatic disease the antistrepto- lysin level is increasing in children, on the average to 560 U./ml. and in adults to 350 U. /nil. In diseases of the Joints not connected with the streptococcal infection, the antistreptolysin content in the blood amounts to 120 U./ml. on the average. As the borderline values of the described reaction sometimes show considerable os- cillations. they should be evaluated very cautiously, in close connection with the results of other clinical tests. (VI, 19) TUSZKI-Indicz, Maria; DOLEZKO, Halina; ORMEK, Danuta Comparative studies on the antibiotic resistance with the aid of a diffusion method on agar from mixed and isolated strains. Fol. t.7g. lek. 17 no.40:-1552-1555 1 0 162. 1. Z Katedry Mikrobiologii Lekarsk-iej Akademii Madycznej w Lublinie; Kierownik: prof. dr J. Parnas. (DRUG RESIST21CE MICROBIAL) (MITIBIOTICS) (AGAR) 25533-66 T JK AcC NRt AP6016400 (A) SOURCE CODE: CE/0038/65/Cylg/oo4/1-o-9-57ffo-2 AUTHOR: Parna6 Josef (Professor; Doctor; Director; Lublin); Zalichta, Stefania (Doctor; Lubli:),- zkiewicz, Maria (Doctor; Lublin) ORG: Institute of ~kdical Mic obiology and Epidemiol /directed by Prof.p Dr. J. Parnas7j, Polish Wcademy of Medicinep Lublin TITLE.:' Phenomenon of bruc adsorption through chemical brucella substrates SOURCE: Archiv fur experimentelle Veterinarmedizin, ve 19,, no. 4. 1965# 1095-3-102 TOPIC TAGS: bacteriophage, virology, bacteriology ABSTRACT: Acetone substrates of three brucella species (Br. bovis, suis, melitensis) can exert specific inhibition on brucella phage activity. Acetone substrates of other bacterial species do not exert this inhibition. The specificity of this effect was confirmed by experiments with staphylococcus phages which were not inhibited by brucella substrates. The greatest inhibition was exerted by the substrate of Br. suis, the least by Br. me3-itensis. Inhibition was proportional to the dilution. It is considered probable that Br. melitensis strains contain an antigen substance in their cell wall which serves as receptor of the brucella phages. In the majority of the members this may be localized in the interest of the cells, and yet be potentially present. It seems possible that the dehydration of the cells with acetone and the drying process effects a shifting of these receptors closer to the cell wall. A differentiation of Br. species is not possible by means of this inhibition test since allthree inhibit the Bra pha e activity. Orig. art. hast 3 figures and 5 tabless Zbasod on authors' abst SUB C~ -01 SUBM DATE: 23.Dec64 Card TUSZKO, Aleksander - -...... - 11----p-11, I, ..,Z., Problems of coordination of scientific studies in Italy. Hauka polska 11 no.2:131-135 Mr-Ap 163. TUSZKO, Alekaander- CHASKIELEWICZ, Stefan Problems concerning the planning and coordination of scientiMc research in Yugoslavia. Nauka polska 10 no-4:165-175 162. 1. Osrodek Planowania i Koordynacji Badan Naukowych, Polska Akadexia Nauk,, Warazava. KOPIIBKI. Jerzy; TUSZKO, Aleksander From the problems of orgaaizing and plannin scientific resea.-,-h in the U.S.S.R. Hauka polska 8 no.3.-152--l-72 JI-S 160. TUSZKO, Aleksander) prof,dr.inz. - The problem of water. probjeW 18 no.gt632-635 162. TUSZYNSKA, ~-~rbara,, ZAJACZKOWSKA, Jadwiga; KRAKUdU, Pavel - -------- The level of free INH in the blood sex-m during its si=ultan-eaus administration with 5-bromosalicylohydroxamic acid (T40).Grumlica 32 no.2%.149-154 Ft64 1. Z Zakladu Mikxobiologii. (Kierownik: doc.dr. M.Baraczewska); v,Oddzialu II (Kierownikt prof.dr. V IJaroszewica) i z Oddzialu I (Kierownikz docdr. P. Krakowka) Insty-tutu Gruzlicy. JANOWIEC, Hiecsyslaw; TUSZTNSKA, Barbara Pelmice tesi-i-n-"We Ut-iffflftntiou of tubercle bacilli. Grazlica 28 no.11:863-871 1 160. 1. Z Zakladn Mikrobiologii Instytutu Gruslicy w Warszawie. Kierownik Zakladu: doc. dr M.Buraesewska*; Dyrektor I.G.: prof. dr med. W.Jarossewics. (MYCOBA M RIUM TUBERC = SIS) POIeIITD/Ham.n and kninal Physiolo3y (Normal and PatholoGical) T Metabolism. Vitamins. Abs Jour : Ref Zhur Diol., No 6, 1959, 26295 ALthar : Tuazynska S. Wszkowska, K., Wozniak, W., Tautt, J., Inst : Title : The Influence of Sulfoomnidine on the DeL7ec and Sequence of Inhibition of Synthesis of Thiamin, Ribofla- vin and Nicotinic Acid jb-.dde in Hato Tntestines OriG Pub : Acta physiol. polon., 1957, 8, No 4, 727-737 Abstract : The influence of sulfo6uanidine (I) on the synthesis of vitamins Dl, D and PP in the intestines of rats was stt2died by detgrmining the indicated vitamins in the urine and liver of the anirmls. Inhibition of PP synthe- sis took place fastest, then D 2; for decrease of D, syn- thesisI hiUher doses of I were required. The smallest content of indicated vitamins in urine was notea after Card 1/2 POLARD/Hurlan and Aninal Physiolomr (Nornal and Patholo~;ical) T Metabolism. Vitamins; Abs Jour Ref Zhur Diol., No 6, 1959, 26295 the Litroduction of I in the amount of 0-1-0-175 f; per rat. With introduction of suall doses of I after smll time intervals, the decrease of synthesis of vitamins in the intestines was more sioAficant than in introduction of the whole dose at once. Card 2/2 TUSZYMSKI, ADIAIM Technology Gazogeneratory samochodowe. Warszawa, Wydawn. Komunidacyjne, 1951. 195 P. (Gas generators for automobiles) Monthly List of East Euoropean Acessions (EEAI), Vol. 8. No. 3, March 1959 Unclass. TUSZYNSKA, Barbara Cytochemical and biochemical tests of acid-fast baciUi. Gru3lica 30 no.5t/,23-428 162. (MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS chom) TUSZINSKA. Barbara Differentiation of acid-fast bacilli on thioglyocolate medium and by means of the cord factor. Gruslica 30 no.5:429-435 162. (MYCOBACTERIUM TUBEERCULOSIS culture) ZRSZ N~KA, Barbara Use of a quantitative test for the determination of nicotirLic acid in differentiating acid-,fast bacilli. Gruzlica 31 no.9: 955-958 163. 1. Z Zakladu Mrobiologii Instytutu Gruzlicy w Warszawie Kierownik: doe. dr M. Buraczmmlm Dyrektor-. dr mad. M. Juchniewicz. (MYCOBACTERIUM) (NICOTINIC ACID) (CHEMISTFff, ANALYTICAL) (BACTERIOLOGICAL TECHNICS) -TANOWIEC, Weozyslav; TUSZYNSKA, --- - x Use of artificial media(fo- tubercle bacilli, Gruzlica Barbara the diffeftntiation of type of 30 no.7.-615-,625 162. 1. Z Zak-ladu Mikrobiologii Instytutu Gruzlicy Kierownik: doc. dr M. Buraczevska Dyrektor: prof. dr mad. W. Aroozewicz. (NTCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS) (CULTURE MEDIA) S, z L-i T U T!",C ~;Oi,O~Tr! K VoL. ';o. U, ~Iov. T _1 j S of pr- ci 74CJ~ oi prrI-,an(-i,L Mloiithi.~, Li-t of East Eurape.--aii Acc-sions (7--A1) LC Vol. 1,, Apri-L 1959, Uncliss. TUSZYNSKI. J. , W-- -- TECHNOU)GY Periodicals: TEMNIKA LOYNICZA. Vol- 13, no. h, July/Ang. 1958 TUSZYNSKI, J. The prewar activities of Technika Lotnicza. p. 112 Monthl.y List of East European Accessions (EEAI) W, Vol.8, No. 2, February 1959, Unclass. TUSZYNSKI., Jan,_ mv.inz. Limited mechanization J'.n the macbine building; ir2ustry. 'Frze'r-I tecbn no.52:3,4 28 D 160. MGM, Kazimierz; TU5ZjMKI,__~azimierz Extremal regulation and control. Pt. 2. ItB application. -Przem chem 41 no.207-59 ~ 162. 1. Zaklad Automatyki,, Polska Akademia NaukP i Zaklad Automatyzacji, Instytut Chemii Ogolnej,, Warszawa. -IUSZYNSKI, Xa~~imiorz; BEIRKA, Ydeczyslaw Mathematical machines in chemistry. Przem chem 39 no.11:684-688 160. 1. Instytut, Chemii Ogolnej, Warszawa GORAL, Roman; KORZENIOWSKI, Andrzej; TUSZYNSKI, Krzysztof Artificial respiration apparatus for the "mouth-to-mouth" method. Pol. przegl. chir. 36 no.7:901-903 Je 164. 1. Z II Kliniki Chirurgicznej Akademii Medycznej w Poznaniu (Kinrownik: prof. dr R. Drews). MANCZAK, Kazimierz; -TU Extremal control and replation. Pt. 2. Applicatior, Przem chem 1+1 no.2:57-59 F 162. 1. Zaklad Automatyki, Polska Akademia Vauk, Warszawa i Zaklad Automatyzacjiy Instyltut Chemii Ogolneji Warszawa P/014/60/039/011/005/009 A221/Ao26 AUTHORS: TuBzyhski, Kazimierz; Berka, Mieczyslaw TITLE: Mathematical Computers In Chemistry PERIODICAL: Przemysl Chemiczny, 1960, Vo. 39, No. 11, pp. 684 - 688 TEM In this article the authors outline the principles on which the ap- plication of analog and digital computers for control of technological processes are based. In the introduction they explain the difference between these two types of computers and what kind of work they can perform. One of the important differ- ences is that for more complicated problems analog computers of larger size have to be used which, however, tend to lose accuracy, while size and properties of digital comvuters remain stable. At present, mathematical computers are more and more used V/ for calculation of problems in chemical industry. As an example, the authors quote that in the Du Pont Company, USA, about 50% of heat-exchange calculations are per- formed by such machines. In order to characterise the scope of mathematical com- puters, the authors list several problems which can be solved by them. Analog com- puters can deal with problems of sedimentation, mixing of liquids, hea-C flow, kine- tics of chemical reactions, modelling of automatic control circuits, distillation, etc. Digital computers are more universal and can be used for calculation of proc- Card 1/2 P/o14/60/039/011/005/009 Mathematical Computers in Chemistry A221/AO26 esses, installations and even economic problems. They can deal with the following problems: calculation of the minimum degree of "defJegmation"(deflegmacJi), chemi- cal equilibria for multi-component systems, therma-L cracking of hydrocarbons, ~Iky- lation in multi-stage reactors, calculation of distillation columns, reactors, pipe lines, heat, exchangers, etc. From these calculations the application of computers for process control was the next logical step. If the machine can calculate in a very short time the optimum value of dependent variables of the process, it is only necessary to adjust the output signals in such a way that they can directly affect the instruments controlling the parameters. The practical application principles are explained. For illustration of such procedures the authors produce two examples, a very simple one, viz. level regulation in a tank, and a more complicated one, viz. an automatic control of a rectification process. In the conclusion the authors point out that computers can be used only if the plant is fully automated before- hand and has an instrument sevicing department, capable of maintaining all instru- ments in excellent working conditions. There are 3 figures and 1 phcto. ASSOCIATION: Instytut Chemii Og6lnej (General Chemistry Institute) Warsaw Card 2/2 TUSZYNSK1, K. SCIENCE PERIODCIAL- ROCZNIKI CIMI, Vol 31, No 2, 1957 TUSZYNSKI, K. A. Blaszczuk's Automatyczna knotrola skladu A~zoi~ prze!ZslT!Zch (Automatic Control in a Storehouse for Industrial Gases); a book review. P. 70 Monthly List of East European Accessions (MI) W Vol. 8, No. 4 April 1959, Unclass POL'-IM/Clic-mical Technology. Chonical Products and Their Al,plication... Instrw.:ents --nd Autonration ,',bs Jour: Ref Zhur-:Qiii.,-, No 8, 1959, 27769- Author Tuszynski, K. Lnst Title Metrological Characteristics of Continuous Gas i'manlyzers. Ga:ig Pub: Pom-:~avy, lutornt, Nontrola, L., iio 5-6, 223-226 (1958) (in Polish with G(,n--,ui and Russian sma.zrics) . Abstract: The author discusscs goner-al questions portaining ' o the technolcgy oi' autccmtic gas and liquid aimlysis, c-.g., cLassificaUon of arialyzerc, their ractrological characteristics, sourcoo of error, cal-t.bration methods, and perfonmneo OiccIrs. -- Yu. Sh.oretshiy. Card 1/1 13 69143 P/015/60/000/011/001/002 A076/AO27 AUTHOR: TuszyAski, Waclaw TITLE: Shielding Glass Against X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Rgdiation - Part I PERIODICAL: Szk1o i Ceramika, 1960, No. 11, pp. 321 - 327 TEXT: The author describes the existing theoriqs on the interaction between matter and radiation to derive theoretical and experimental prin- ciples for shielding material in general and shielding glass in particular including the photoelectric absorption process, the scattering of electrons according to the Compton effect and the electron-position pair production. Absorption coefficients are given for lead, aluminum, water etc. Photoeleo- tric absorption coefficients are given for aluminum, iron, tin and lead. Dirac's quantum mechanics theory, the Klein-Nishina scattering formula and Thomson's scattering principle have been used to demonstrate the change of different absorption coefficients depending on the energy of various ele- ments. There are 7 figures and 2 tables. (To be continued). Card 1/1 js,ak~LQ AUTHOR: Tuszyr(ski, Waclaw 8914 P/015/60/000/012/001 "002 A076AO27 TITLE: Shielding Glass Agains X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Radiation - Part II PERIODICAL: Szk1o i Ceramika, 1960, No. 12, PP. 353 - 360 TEXT: The author lists a number of formulae derived by J.A.Victoreen, F. Brewster and J. Kreidl, and alsomethodselaborated by the above scientistq which permit to calculate the absorption coefficient of various oxides used in the production of x-ray and gamma-ray radiation shielding glass. Further he describes the properties of x-ray and gamma-ray radiation shielding glass produced by,the West German firm "Schott". The author concludes that the computation method for the lead equivalent is sufficient to determine the chemical composition of glass with optional lead equivalent, provided the degree of x-ray and gamma-ray radiation energy is known. The chemical com- position of glass established by this method meets technological and lead- equivalent specifications. Proper control of raw materials and chemical com- bination will allow a reduction in thickness of glass plates. Such glass may also be used in nuclear engineering. There are 10 tables, 8 figures and 12 references: 4 Polish, 1 Czech, 2 Soviet, 4 English ans 1 German. Card 1/1 TUSZK111,11ICZ, Alfred Roman; KOWALEWSKI, Jan; EDZrRSKA. Halim. Leukergy In chronic circulatory Insufficiency. Kardiol.polskm I no.1-2:70-73 1954. 1. Z II Kliniki Chorob Wownetrznych AM w Lubliale. Kierownik: Prof. dr med. Alfred Roman Tamzkiewicz. (L=CYTSS. leukergy In congestive heart failure) (OONGESTIVE HIART FAILURE. blood in. laukergy) TUSZKIIWIGZ, Alfred R.; SZ14AMM, Dominik; GZARSKA, Zofia Phosphatase-thymol index in the differential diagnosis of infections hepatitis & mechanical jaundice. Polski tygod. lek. 14 no.2:73-75 12 Jan 59. 1. Z II Kliniki Chorob Wewnetrznych A. M. w Lablinie; kierownik: prof. dr A. R. Tuszkiewicz. Lablin, 11 Klin. Chor. Wewn. A.M. (HEPATITIS. INFECTIOUS. differ. diag. .obstruct. jaundice, value of phosphataos-thymol index (Pol) (JAUNDION, OBSTRUGTIVS, differ. d1M. ImSeeft-1wpatitis, mlue of phosphatase-tbymol Index (Pol)) (LIM MGTION TESTS phosphatase-thymol indik in differ. diag. of infect. hepatitis & obstruct. jannd1ce (Pol)) T(JB291ZWICZ, A.R.. prof. Dr. ;I Morbidity of rural inhabitants. Zdrowie pub., Warez. no.5:348-357 Sept-Oat 54. (RUNAL CONDMONSO in Poland, 'morbidity of inhabitants) (PMLIC HNALTH, I rural areas in Poland, analysis of morbidity) TUSZKIEWICZ, Alfred R.; WYSOCKA, Felicja; SZFAWGZYKOWSKI, Witold; BRYC, Zbigniew Clinical picture of swamp fever in the Inblin. province during 1955-1957. Przegl. epidem., Warss. 12 no.1:15-24 1958. 1e 2 Dzialu Klinicznego Instytutu Medycyny Pracy i Higieny Wai. (IJCPTOSPIR0615, epi~emiologyq swamp fever in.Poland, clin. picture (Poi)) Excerpta Yiedica Sec 6 lyrtermal 1-ledicine Vol. 9/6 June 5~5 4(13 1. 'ITSZKILWjCZ A. It. and SZEWCZYKOWSKI W. Inst, med. Pracy Wsi; If. - R I "m"41F. " "llych, Lublin. OWymki k-I111L('znych hadatin traktiwzyst&k. I (!sults or (Airlical examination of tractor drivers XNN.UNI%'.1.,I,')31,IN,SPC'.D 1954, 8/)!) (213-23O)'I*nb1es2 Illus. 4 TUSZKILWICZ, A.R.; OPI3T1SKA-BLAUTH,ZAJACZKOWSKA, H. Determination of amino acids In urine in liver diseases. Polskie,wewn. 25 no.3a:527-528 '55. 1. 11 Klinika Chorob WawnetrzzWch AM w Lublinie. Kierownik: prof, A.R. Tuszkiewict I Zaklad Chemii Fisjologicznej MI w Lublinie Kierownik: prof. dr mad. J. Opienska-Blauth. (LIVER, diseases diag., amino acids in urine, deter.,chromatography) (AMINO ACID. In urine In liver dis.. detorm. chromatograpby) (URI NE amino acids determ. in diag. of liver dis., chromato- graphy) (CHRDMATOGPJLPHY amino acids in urine, in diag. of liver die.) TUSZORWICZ, A.R.: KRAWCZTNSKI, J: RTCAJ, M: SZWCZTKOVSKI, W. Combined liver function tests in diagnosis and prognosis of liver diseases. Polskis 25 no.3&:593-606 '55. 1. Il Klinika Chorob Wewnetrznych AM w Lublinia Kierownik: prof. dr mad. A.R. Tuszkiewicz Centralne Laboratorium PSK w Lablinie Kierownik: dr mad. J Krawczynaki. (LIVXR, diseases diag.,combinad liver funct. tests) (LIVER FUNCTION TEST combined, diag.value) OPIMU-BLAUTH, J.: TUSZKIEWICZ, A.R..- KOBTLANSKA, A. Investigations on the behavior of the level pyroracemic acid in blood after loading with glucose In liver disesson.Polskis no-3&:07-611 155. 1.Zaklad Chemli Fizjologicznej AM w Lublinis Kierownik: prof. dr med. J. Opienska-Blauth I II KlInika Chorob Wewnetrzrqch AM w Ltiblinia Kierownik: prof. dr med. A.R. Tuszklawicz. (LIVER, diseases diag.,pyrnvic acid level determ. in blood after admin. of glucose) (BLOOD pyruvic acid determ. after admin. of glucose. diag. of liver die.) (PYRUTATES, in blood pyruvic acid determ. afteradmin. of glucose, diag. of liver die. (GLUCOSE, effects on pyruric acid level in blood, determ. in diag. of liver die. TUSZKIEWICZ, A.R.; KIMSTOSIAK. J.J. Protein fractions in blood serum in various liver diseases dater - mined by paper microolectrophoresis. Preliminary report. Polskie 25 no.3a:612-615 155. 1. 11 Klinika Chorob Wevnetrznych AM w Lublinie,Kiarownik: prof. dr med. A.R. Tuszkiewicz Zaklad Chemft ]Fizjologicznaj AM w Lublinie Kierownik: prof.dr med. J. Optenska-Blauth. (LIVER, diseases diag.,protein fractions in blood, determ.,micro-elec- trophoresis) (BLOOD PROTEINS, inarious diseases liver. dis.,diag.,dater., micro-slactrophoresis) (BUCTROPHORESIS micro-electropboresis of blood protein fractious in diag.of liver die.) IAIKIZWIGZOWA, StanislawTUBUMICZ, Alfred Roman Acute porphyria, with report of a case. N4ur. &a. polska 7 no.l: 1-16 Jan-Yeb 57. 1, Z Kliniki Nearologiesuej A. M. we Wroolew1u. Kisrownik: prof. dr. mod. R. Arend i z II Kliniki Chorob WewnstrznVah A. X. w Inblinie. Kierowulk:-Drof. drmed. A. Taszkiswicz. (PORPHTRIA, case report, (P01)) TUSZKIEWICZ, A.R.; SZBICZYKDWSKI, W, Clinical picture of chronic brucellosis in Poland. Polski tygod. lak. 12 no.10:341-346 4 Mar 57. 1. (Z Dzialu Klinicznego Instytutu Medycyny Pracy i HigierV Wei w Lublinte; kierownik: prof* dr. A. R. Tueskiewicz). Adres: Lublin, u1. Ogrodowa 4, Inst. Had. Pracy i Higiany Wei. (BRUCELIDSIS, in Poland, clin. manifest.. review (Pol)) KRACZTNSKI Jbrzy. TUSZKIEWIGZ, Alfred Roman BrdicWs polarographIc raction as a diagnostic test In liver diseases. Polskle 25 no.3a:616-620 155* 1. Centralus Laboratorium Kliniczne PSK w Lublinio.Kisrownik; dr med. J. Krawczynaki, II Klinika Chorob Wanatrzmych AM w Lublinia.Kierownik: prof.dr mad. A.R. Tuszkiewicz. (LIV3R, diseases diag., Brdicka's polarographic test) TUSZKIEVICZ, Alfred Roman; BORKOWSKI, Tomasz Chromtograpbic modification of galactose test in evaluation of liver function. Polskis 25 no.3&:621-626 155. 1. 11 Klinika Chorob VewnetrzmVch AM v lublinia.lierownik: prof. A.R. Tuaskiawicz i'Zaklad Chemil Fizjologicznaj AN w Lublinie Kiarownik: prof.dr mad. J. Opeinska-Blauth. (GALACTOS3, tolerance in liver funct.toot, chromatographic modification) (LIVM WNCTION TEST galact~ose tolerance. chromatographic modification) (CH,MMM GRAM of galactose tolerance In liver funct.tent) M-SMEWICIZ, A. R. TUSZKIEWICZO A.R.; SZXWGZYKOWSKI, W. Clinical pieturs of brucellosis in Poland, Had, pre,07 3 no.2:. 121-128 1954. 1. Z Instytutu Kedycyny Pracy Wei, Dyrektor: prof. dr J.Parnas i z 11 Kliniki Chorob Wewnetrznych AoN. w Isiblinie, Kierownik: prof, dr A.R.Tuszkiewics. (BRUCBLLOSIS, epidemiology, Poland) --TU8Zkn=Z, A.-R MJUSzrmICZOA.R.-. PMCZYXOWSKI, W.; HARCINIAK, W. Studies on causes of diseases '-n tractor operators. Nod, pracy no.2:129-134 1954. 1, Z Instytutu Hadvcyxq Praoy Wei, Dyrektor: prof. dr J.Parnas I a II Kliniki Chorob Vownetrznych A.M. v Lublinie. Kisrownik: prof. dr A.R.Tueskievics, (OCOPATIOUL DISMAS 3, In tractor operators) TUSZKBWICZ, Alfred R.; SZEWOZYKOWSKI. Witold Articular system in brucellosia In Poland. Polekle arch. mad. vownstrz. 24 no-5a:89&902 1954. 1. Z rnetytutu MedycM Pracy Wai w Lublinie. Byrektor: prof. dr J.Parnas i z II Kliniki Chorob Wernetrznvch Akademii Medycznej w Lublinie. Kierownik: prof. dr A.R.Tueskievics. (BRUCELLOSIS, pathology, joints) (JOIIM-S, In various diseases. brucellosts) TU32KINWICZ, Wred R.; SMGZTKOWSKI, Witold Studies on the loconotor organs in tractor drivers. Polekle arch. mod wownstrz. 24 no.4:6814P 1954. 1. Z Instytutu ModycM Pracy Wei. Dyrektori prof. dr J.Parnas z 11 Kliniki Ghorob Wevastrznych hkademit Modresnaj w Vablinle. 119rownik: prof. dr A,Tuasklowicz, (SPINE, pathology, in tractor drivers) (FILVIS, pathology in tractor drivers) (WMr, tractor operation, off. on spine & pelvis) U- -S-Z~A'/ E- W/,c KAHELBMG, St.; VrSOCKA, I.; TUSZKINWICZ, R.; DOBRZANSKA, A. Case of congenital taxoplasmosis in infant. Pediate polsks 29 uo.7: 703-70? JUIY 54. 1. Z Zakladu Mikrobiologii Iekarskiej Akademil Medycnej w lublinis i Dzialu Antropozoonos Instytutm MadyeM Pracy Wei. Kierownik: prof. dr mad. J.Parnas. Z Iliniki Chorob Dzieciacych Akademii Medyesuej w Itablinis. Kierownik: prof. dr mad. W.Klepacki. Z Zakladu Anatomii Patologicznej Akademii Madycznej w lublinie. Kierownik: prof. dr mad. St.Mahrburg. (TOZOPUSMOSIS, in infant and child, congeno) I - - - __ - - - - - ____ ,, MILGROM, Y.; BIKIAMUNST, A.; TUSZKIEWICZ. M. Correlation of WassermAnn to reagins with group isoagglutinins. Med. dosw.mikrob. 2 no.2:150-151 1950. (CIRL 20:6) 1. Summary of report given at 10th Congress of the Polish Micro- biological and 3pidemiological Socinty held in Gdansk, Sept. 1949. (Wroclaw.) TUSZKMICZ, Maria; PINKIWICZ, Halina; JABLONSKI, Leon Preliminar7 investigations on antigen relationship of atypical baci-li cultured from man. Ann. Univ., Lublin sect.D 16:229-237 161. 1. Z Katedry i Zakladu Mikrobiologii Lekarskiej Wydzialu Lekarskiego Akademii Modycznej w Lublinie Kierownik: prof. dr Jozef Parnas. (MYCOBACTERIUM) (ANTIGENS) If z HILGROM F. BMIMMUST A-# TUSZX131TCZ No Z I)adan nad serologla Idkir,0 mUdv reagLuavi WOKYA a Uopmealucialmd grupo*,MLo = ,hj"~,agia Unutigation on %n%Uis; relation between ap tic reaRim cad imoaggluuuiw.7 Med. doom, Wkr*, 2,3-4 190 po 454-670 2. of the Institute of Mm-obidloa of Wroalaw Madical Acadarle OWL Vol. 20# No. 10 Wt 1951 PERLINSKA, Lidia; TUSZKIEWICZ, Maria-, DOLEZKO, Halina - . ..... I--------,,,- - Observations on the correlation between antibiotic sensititvity tests and therapeutic results. Polski tygod.lek. 15 n,).38:1440-1444 19 5 160. 1. Z II Kliniki, Chorob Wewnetrznych A.M. w Lublinie; kierownik: prof. dr A.R.Tuszkiewicz i Katedr7 Mikrobiologii Lekarskiej A.M. w Lublinie; kierownik.- prof. dr J.Parnas (ANTIBIOTICS ther) TUSUIBIVIOZOWA, Maria; WYSOKINSKI, Zygmunt; CHARIASZ. Stefannia The value of the antistreptolvain reaction In the differential diagnonis of joint disensess Polskie 28 no.WO-214 1958 1. Z Zakladu Mikrobiologii Iekarskiey. Kierownik: prof.dr mede J*Parnae i z I Kliniki Chorob 'Wewnetrznych Kierownik; prof, dromed, M. Gamski Akndemii Medyosnej w Lublinie. Adroa:Zaklad Mikrobiologii Lek. A.M. Iublin, ul. Lubartowska 85. (JOINTS. disenseR ckiffer. ding, by doterm. of blood antistrepto3,vain level (Pol) (ANTISTREPTOLYSIN, in blood determ. in differ. ding. of joint dis. (Pol)) STEIN, Wiktor; TUSZKIF,dICZOWA, garia Diagnostic value of the Middlebrook-Dubos hemagglutination test and Coombe test In tuberciilous meningitis. Neur. &c. polska 6 no.6: 933-939 Nov-Dec 56. 1. Z Kliniki Chorob nerwowych A.M. Lublinie Kierownik: prof. dr. W. Stain. i z Katedry Mikrobiologii Wydzialu Lekarskiego A.M. w Lublinie Kierownik: prof. c1r. J. Parnas. (TUBERCULOSIS, MENINGEAL, ding. Coombs test & ffiddlebrook-Dubos test, value (Pol)) (HEMAGGLUTINATION Coombs test & Middlebrook-Duboa test, ding. value in meningeal tuberc. (Pol)) (TUBERCULOSIS, immunol. Middlebrook-Dubos tent, diag. value in meningeal tuberc. (POW (HEMOLYSIS Middlebrook-Dubos test, diag. value in menIngeal tLberc. (POW STEINO WIktor; TUSZKIEWICZOWA, Maria Incomplete specific antibodies In the cerebrospin&l fluid in tuberculosis. He-arologia etc. polska 4 no.4:375-382 July-Aug 54- 1. Z Kliniki Chorob Nerwovych Akademii Medycznej w Lublinie. Xierown0c: prof. dr W.Stein. I z Zalcladn Klkrobiologii Wydzzaln Lekarskiego Akademil. Modycznej w Lnblinie; Kierownik: prof. dr JoParnass (TUMOWSISO MANINGIAL cerebrospinall fluid in, Incomplete antibodiesi (ANTIGENS AND ANTIBODIES, tuberat incomplete antibodies in tubere. meningitis) (CMMBROSPINAL FLUID. in various diseases, tubere., meningeal, incomplete specific antibodies in) TUSZKO2 A. kwunatic protection against waves* p* 4Y* Vol* 2., no. 1., 1955 Warsz&va ARCHIWUM HYDRMECHNM SOURCE: East European Acession List (EEAL) Library of Congress Vol. 5. no* 6. August 1956 TUSZKOs A. The intensified economy of water and the problem of fisheries in Poland* P* 85* Vol* 2j no* ls 1955 Ward"MM ARCHIWUM HYDF.CfrF,,CHNIKI SOURCE: East European Acession List (EEAL) Library of Congress Vol. 5, no. 8g August 1956 TUSZKO, A Selection of gravel for inverted filters. p. h6ri GOSPODARKA WODNA, Vol. 15., No. 11 Nov. 1955 (Naczelne Organizacja Techniczna) W2rs7awa SOURCE: EAST EURCPEAN ACCP-""JTCNS LIST Vol. 5, No. 1 Jan. 1956 TUSZKO., A. A method for the elaboration of a prospective plan of water economy in Poland. p. 73. V01- 33 no. l.- 1956 Warszawa ARCHIWUK HTBROMCHNIKI SOURCE: East European-Acession List (EEAL) Library of Congress Vol. 5, no. 8, August 1956 Air P/002/60/000/003/002/003 DOOl/DlOl AUTHORS; KopiAski, Jerzy, and Tuszko, Aleksander TITLE: On the organization- of research and- planning.-p-roblems. in the USSR PERIODICAL: Nauka Polskag no. 31 19609 152-172 TEXT: In this article the authors present their own-impressi-ons and observations per--eived as the result of personal-- contacts. wi-th representatives of central and regional Soviet scientific bodies during their official visit to the USSR. The most vivid impression- which struck the authors is the extensive cooperation between scien- ce and the producing industry, In 1959 there were about 3,200 scientific outposts and institutions in the USSR employing about 300,000 scientific workers. About 50016 of them were employed by sci- entific research institutes and 140,000 by 800 university-type schools. Scientific outposts in the USSR are grouped around: (1) The USSR Academy of Sciences, which is the highest scientific autho- rity in the countryi (2) University-level schools; (3) Industry. Card 1/7 P/002/60/000/003/002/003 On the organization of research... DOOl/DlO1 The largest organization is the Academyi it employs about 20015 of all scientists in the USSR including over 400 academy members (academi- cians) and about 18,000 scientific workers appointed-to over 200 Academy scientific outposts. Apart from the USSR Academy., there are also Academies of Sciences in the 13 republics forming the Soviet Union with 'about 750 academicians and 10,000 scientific work- ers. Medicine, agriculture, and building and architectural pro- blems are dealt with by respective separate academies, employing jointly about 14,000 scientists. The USSR Academy working plan includes about 5,000 items, of which an integral part consisted of about 90 problems of principal importance and. of which,30 were se- lected as the leading ones. The second group comprises the universi- ty-level schools which employ about 140,000 scientific workers of which 45% have scientific titles or degrees. Research laboratories of this group solved about 30,000 research problems in 1959, of which 1,500 were classified as important. Three hundred problems of parti- cular importance for the national economy were investigated on government request. The third group of research institutions compri- ses the industrial scientific institutes, called "branch institutes", Card 2/-7 P/002/60/000/003/002/003 On the organization of research... DOOl/DjOl tackling problems concerning mainly the respective branches of industry. These institutes employ about 25% of the total number of scientific workers available in the USSR and many thousands of engineers, designers, technologists, etc., as well. It is difficult to present more accurate figures concerning this group, because, following the reorganization of some ministries in the USSR a few years ago, these institutions too, are actually in the state of re- organization. These outposts are now subordinate either to the scientific-technical branch committees (like the Automation and Machine Construction Committee, Chemistry Committee, Radioelectronics Committee, etc.), to the USSR and Republic Planning Commissions or to the National Economy Councils. The USSR Planning Commission employs about 20,000 scientific workers and the Committee for Chemis- try also about 20,000, and so on. In general, all these institutions have their own design and technological offices and in the majorityof cases workshops and prototype experimental laboratories as well~jjne can assume that all scientific outposts in the USSR employ (in d_ ing technicians and auxiliary assistants) over a million scientific workers. There are two main tendencies in establishing Card 3/7 P/oo2/6o/000/003/002/003 on the organization of research... DOOl/DlO1 the Academy of Sciences' trend of work- Industry advocates a more practical approach to problems by asking for ready-made stan- dards, prototypes and processe's-directly applicable in industry; the other tendency backs new lines of theoretical research on basi- cally important problems. As to research carried out within indus- try, the tendency prevails to join small individual plant laborato- ries into large, well-equipped research institutes. Planning and coordination of research work is carried out in the USSR on an esta- blished pattern. Each problem which is to be investigated is clearly defined and its reason and practical usefulness explained. For ins8ance, the problem is as follows: To examine metal flow at 600- 800 C. The purpose of this research project is to select ma8 erials for gas- and steam turbines which will be working at 600-800 C. Investigation plans are worked out in a series of standard stages as follows: (1) General investigation of the problem including an analysis of the actual state of knowledge concerning this problem both at home and abroad; (2) Preparation of theoretical and practi- cal investigation and experimentation program and suggesting the Card 4/7 P/002/60/000/003/002/003 On the organization of research.00 DOOl/DlOl method which will have to be applied; (3) Carrying out the proposed theoretical, experimental and technical-economic investigation; (4) Designs for the construction of prototypes and models of automation equipment, installations and apparatus; (5) Testing of the above- m?ntioned assemblies;(6) Working out the specification or docum nta- tion for serial production of new systems of automation or new de- vices, and introduction into practicel (7) Checking of the technical economic effectiveness and preparing the final report for publica- tion, Directives for carrying out research on the most important problems are sanctioned by the USSR Council of Ministers. An annual report of completed research work is sent back to the Planning Commission and Scientific Technical Committee which recommend them for industrial exploitation. If the problem is a complicated one and can't be solved by one institution, it is one of the Academy of Sciences' duties to coordinate research carried out by its various outposts, In particularly important cases, the Academy convenes scientific coordinating councils including representatives of uni- versities, industrial institutes and-industry. Research on polymers, for instance, is carried out by 150 outposts, subordinate to the Card 5/7 P/002/60/000/003/002/003 On the organization of research... DOOl/DlO1 USSR Academy of Sciences, Republic Academies, Ministry of Higher Education, the Committee for Chemistry and 124 central industrial plant laboratories, subordinate to several Councils of "ational Eco- nomy. One of the basic conditions for the proper functioning of research is the knowledge of scientific progress achieved by the USSR and foreign research institutions. This is looked after by a widel~- branched information service carried out by Vsesoyuznyy Insti-tGut Nauchnoy i Tekhni~~heskoy Informatsii (All-Union Institute of Scienti- fic and Technical Nformation) 11VINITI11 for short, subordinate to the USSR Academy of Sciences and the Gosudarstvennyy Nauchno-Tekhni- cheskiy Komitet (State Scientific-Technical Committee) 11GNTK11 for short. Its publication the "Referativnyi Zhurnal" (Reference Jour- nal) is the most complete source of the world's research documenta- tion, In order to maintain a high caliber of the institutes'worker.% a suggestion was put forward that one half of all posts should be gradually filled by the most capable university graduates and engine- ers designated by industry. After three years probationary period only 10-15Yo of the very best would be retained and the remainder Card 6/7 P/002/60/000/003/002/003 On the organization of research... DOOl/DlO1 replaced by a new influx; the 85-90% rejected persons would be redirected to industrial institutes for less important work. Following names of USSR scientists are mentioned in this article: Azademicians N. N. Syemyonov, Secretary of Chemistry Department of the USSR Academy of Sciences, A. Blagovorov, I. ArboleVBkiy, A. Mine, B. Stechkov, Corresponding member of the Academy, A. Kursh, Professor-at Moscow University, and Elyutin, Minister of Higher Education. There are 2 Soviet references. Card 7/7 TUSZKr, Aleksander, prof. mgr inz. SGme aspects of planning the development of sciences. Gosp wodna. 23 no. 8/9037-338 Ag-S 163. :.- - TUSZM,__4ekaanq,~r;_ POMORSKI, Jerzy (Warszawa) Water flow in a receiver and the necessary reduction of sewage pollution. Prace i stud inz gosp wodnej 6:257-275 163. TUSZKO, Aleksander, prof. mgr inz. (Warsaw) Possibilities of meeting Poland's water needs until the year 2000. Gosp wodna 24 no. 7:237-240 Jl 164. I OSTASZYNSKI, Abram;__7SZKO, Wojciech On the reaction rate of hydrolysis of some fluoroaromtic empounds. 1. Studies on dinitrofluorobenzene and 2- and 3- nitrofluorotoluenea. Rocz chemii 35 no.5:1243-1250 161. 1. Institute of Organic Synthesis, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw. TUSZYC, W.; III.! T,41 -J, J. C,,,r.l-.;c dcriwtA-vr-s of malrn;]. chlcri,le. '17. 3ynthesil rf Z~ri-Ldes Of 2, trio-~~otetrahy,lrol,yron-3-carl)oxyl--4c ancid. r,.3" j 'C,CZIJIKI CITDIIIII. Warszaura, Poland. Vcl- 33, no. 1, 195~9. Monthly List of Fast EurOT)can Acreszions (EKLI), !P,. Vol. b,, No. 9, 3.9159 Uncl. Lk/ I 62~60.0%) 11.4 ,TL%Zka-M EfftcAcloum Pumping of Coal, ,,RA4LJcNmIne zwalowlskn wqgia". Przeglqd (Mmiczy. No fl. 1935. pp, 224--231, 13 figs. It Is suggested that, to prevent 9tnppages In proccs~ing pi.mV.. specialty arranged du=s &ho"Id be used ln.,;tead of bins for storifig cual. Thc dumps are divided into thit- sectfom alapteA reEpectively Ir, stwit', Wedlum and long storing of coal. The arrarigem,~:%t of dumpi, their Ww, asid their layout In relation to the layout of the rmwe-nig plant are discussed together with ;viv-ritager, and dl~CICIVIML'gil. BANGA, Uona; ZAIDES, A.L.; 7!~Z~T_AXOVSZKY-o- A.A.; ORLOVSKAIA, G.V. Change of the submicroscopic structure of collagen under the affect of collagen=coproteinase. Biol orv kozl XTA 11 no.4:467-476 960. (EEAI 10:5) 1. 1. Korbonctani es 'Kiserleti Rakkutato Intezet, Orvostudomanyi Egyetem, Budapest, Kozponti Borkutato Intezet Moszkvaq es Reumakutato Intezets Moszkva. (COLLAGEN) (COLLAGEN MUCOPROT M ASE) KOCORY M,; TUS7,Y4IA.CZIK.A,,J~. 1 4 A modified method of synthesis of steroid 3-keto- dienes b7 means of selenium dioxide. Bul- chim PAN 9 no.6i05-409 61. l. Department of Chemical Chemistry., College of Agriculture) Wroclaw. Presented by T. Urbanski. KOSTRZWA, Jan; PICHULA, Krystyna; TUSZYNSKA, Barbara Effect of Isonicotinic acid hydraside associated with para-ami- noselicylic acid on experimental tuberculosis In guinea pigs. Gruslica 23 no-5:305-309 MY 155. 1. Z Zakladu Mikrobiologii Instytutu Gruzlicy Kisrownik: doco dr M. Buraczewska Dfrektor: prof. dr J. Hisiewics. Warszawa, u1. Plocka 26. (NICOTINIC ACID ISOMERS, effects, isoniazid, on exper.tubere., with PAS) (PARAAMINOSOLICTLIC ACID. effects, on exper.tuberc., with isoniazid) (TUBERCULOSIS. experimental. off. of isoniazid with PAS) JANOWIEC, Misezy8law; TUSZTNSKA, Barbara Cytochemical reactions of tubercle bacilli resistant in various degrees to isonicotinic acid hydrazide. Gruzlica 27 n0-5:383-385 MY '59- 1. Z Zakladu Mikrobiologii Instytutu Grazlicy w Warazavie. Kisrow- nik: doo.dr M. Buraoxewska. Dyrektor: prof.dr J. Misiewiez [deceased]. (ISONIAZID pharmacol.) (MYCOBACTERIUM TUBPMULOSIS Dharmacol.) BURACZEWSKA, Maria; JANOWIEC, Mieezyslaw; TUSZYNM , Barbara The course of tuberculous processes In guinea pigs after the in- fection with tubercle bacilli resistant to the effect of isonico- tinic acid hydrazide. (M). Gruzlica 28 no-3:182-194 Mr 160. 1. Z Zakladu Mikrobiologii Instytutn Gruzlicy w Warstawie. Kierow- nik: doc.dr M. Buraczewska. Dyrektor: prof.dr W. Jakoesewicz. (ISONIAZID pharuacol.) (TUBMCULOSIS exper.) BMUCZEWSKA, Maria; JANOWIM, Mieazyelav; TUSZYNSKA. Barbara Zvaluation of properties of pathogenic INH-resistant tubercle bacilli after intradermal infection of guinea pigs. Grazlica 28 no-3:195-200 Mr 160. 1. Z Zakladu Mikrobiologii Inetytutu Gruslicy v Warazawle. Kie- rownik: doc.dr M. BtLraczewska. Dyrektor: prof.dr med. W. Jarosze- vicz. (TUBMCULOSIS exper.) (ISONIAZID pharmacol.) KOSMMWA, Jan; PICHULA, K17styna; TUSZYNSKA, Barbara Asoociated effect of streptonVain and ison-icotinic acid bVdrazids on experimental tuberculosis, in guinea pigs. Gruslica 22 no.8: 595-~-:530 Aug 54. 1. Z Oddzialu Baktariologil Instytutu Gruzlicy. Kisrownik: dr if.Buraczewska. Dyrektor: prof. dr J.Hisiewicz. (NICOTINIC ACID ISOMMS. effects. isoniazid 'on exper. tuberot, with streptomycin) (STRAPTOKTOIN. effects. .on exper. tuberct,, with isontasid) (TUMMCUIMIS. experimental, eff. of isonlazid with streptomvein) KNICKI-GOLDFINGXR. Vi.; DYGDLU,K.; TUSZYNSKL,B.; DOLICUO.H. Soil diphtheroidi- 3. Physiological characteristics and classifica- tion. Acts, microbiol Pol 3 no.2:93-112 054. (MU-i 3: 7) 1, Aus dam Institut fur Allgemeine Mikrobiologis der 14CS-Univer- sitat zu lublin. (SOIL, bacteriology, (CORYMBAMMIUM, *diphtheroids). *diphtheroids In soil) JANOWIEC, Mieczyslaw-,,.TUSZYNSKA, Barbara Cytochemical. reactions in differentiation of virulence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis resistant and sensitivity to drugs. Gruxl1ca 24 no.llr1093-1101 Nov 56# 1. Z Zakladu Mikrobiologli Inatytutu Gruzlicy Kierownik: doc. dr. M. Buraczewska. Dyrektor: prof. dr. J. Miniewics. (MYCOBACTIRIUM TUBERCULOSIS, virulence. differentiation in drug resist. & sensitive strains (Pol)) TUSZTNSKA, Barbara separative tuberculin test$ in guinea pigs immunized with lyephil vaccines from Brazilian, French and Danish BCG strains. Gruslics. 25 no.2:109-114 Fab 57. 1. Z Zakladu Mikrobialegii Inetytutu Gruslicy w Waresawis Kierownik: doc. dr. M. Buraczewsks, Dyrektor: prof. dr. J. Kiniftwicz. (BCG VACCINATION, expor. comparison of lyophilized vaccines from Brazilian. FroAolk & Danish detorm. of allergizing properties of Brattlian,_French & Danish strains with tuberculin test itraits, tubarculin,test In guinea pigs MID (TUBERCULIN REACTION, determ. of comparative properties of lyophilized BCG vaccines from Brazilian, French, & Danish strains in guinea pigs (P01)) JANOWIEC. Hieczyslaw; TUSZYNSKA, Barbara. Comparative studies on value of Sula's and Loewenstein- Jenson's culture media. Gruzlica 23 no.11:771-774 Nov-'55- 1. Z Zakladu Mikrobiologii Instytutu Gruzlicy w Warezawie. Kisrownik: doc.dr.M. Buraczewska. Dy-rektor: prof. dr J. Misiewics. Warszawa, ul. Ploclm 26. (MYCOBACTERIUM TUBMICULOSIS, culture, media, Sulats & Loewenstein-Jensenla comparison) (CULTURE MEDIA, Sula's & Loewenstain-Jensen's for M. tuberc.) JANOWIEC, Mieczyslaw; TUSMSKA, Barbara Typing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis with the aid of biological tests. Gruzlica 30 no-4:111-315 162. 1. Z Zak]Adu Mikrobiologii Instytutu Gruzlicy v Warszawie Kie.-ownik: doe. dr M. Buraczewska Dyrektor: prof. dr W. Jaroszewicz. (MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS) .TAN(YMC, Mieczyslaw; TUSMSKA, Barbara Effect of va-rious modes of infection on the course of experimental tuberculosis in white mice. Gruzlica 30 no-4:317-326 162. 1. Z Zakladu Mikrobiologii Instytutu Gruzlicy w Warszawie Kierownik: doe. dr M. Buraczewska Dyrektor: prof. dr med. W. Jp-roszewicz. (TUBERCULOSIS exper) TUSZYIISKA, J. TIJSZYN,OY,A, J. Continuous control Of the o)r,,Pen content nf feed water. T;. 225 Vol. 10, no. 3, Yay/June 1956 EDIEROM5, A 101 ITICAT 1,1~171-,-CE Vlarsznwa, Foland So: East Eurorean accession Vol. 5, No. 3, Yarch Ir- 7 .5 I I ~ "I'll ...... - i =MN - *. 4 -; ~. -. ;-~ I. - -.- i I...-. ~ - . C~ 11 E Some obsemadom on niscia. hi. -ruyye*)w (p. z. Ilitietty. Watmw), Przrmsyd Rdmy-f-VK- . _ - r, -4 ,. Z 4. 102 i (1960). A rmew. lbahw TUSZY-ASKA KYSZKOWSKA, K. , WOZHIJAK, We TAUTT q J6 Effect of chloraphenicol on the course of visceral synthesis Of vitAMin B complex in rats, Acta physiol polon. 9 no.2:271-277 1958 1. Z Instytutu Lekow w Warszavie. Dyrektor: prof. P. Kubikowaki. (VITAMM B COMPLEX, matnbolism, synthesis, eff. of rats (Pol)) (CHIORAMPHENICOL, effects, on vitamin B complex snithesis (Poi)) TUSZYNSKA, S., and others. Microbiological determination of biotin in drugs and natural materials with the aid of I-arabinose. p. 93 (Chemia Analityczna) Vol. 1, no. 1, 1956, Warszawa, Poland SO: MONMY INDEX OF FAST EUROPM ACCESSIONS (EEAI) LC, VOL- 7, NO. i, JAN. 1958 YA,14, /< 17, 36f 3 i-m 16 T;, TLI~7Vnikri S i K W, Sk.1 K W(r"Ifl- a "tt~rjnini,c Vitawk~ ft, in Mnizi,it.min pr~nar.ti- wtp1nw11;i ninn-A-ych" Przr-,51 C*hpmi~ t r N,i ~ip 7q I fig'. I tab A microblolog-1cal method nf cluterminjig %,itamin B, c~mrle% !T1 -wd- b%iitamin preparattcnn. using Sar,:haromy-ei carkbergen-is 4220 on the ba,qls of the Atkjn test. flow to prepare ci~cln hyfrolysatc free ,f ,Ila- min Bg using ultraviolet rays Is d,-9crtbed iogether w!fh optimal con -v- tration of strain ~iq;)ersion and the !e0mique of homogeneniq Inrxt, Intion. As a mean-i of naturating ~ ith oxyo,~n. uniform snaking off sampl-I w"16 P,!rfn7TnCd at T'Ms method Tni)ke,,t It I-gssibte to dMermine !he -11a,rAn ike 1-1 o-~'JitMIAMir prev~arallm)p cQwaInIng larg,? quanfltic4 of vitzmIn P - - (1) 1- p 0 --"4 321d 10 TUSZYNSrA, S.; KYSZKOWSKA, T,; WOZNIAK, W.; TAUTT, J.; LEWANDOWSFA, K. Effect of sul-foguanidine on the degree and order of inhibition of digestive aynthenis of thiamine, riboflavin and nicotinic acid amide in rate. Acta Physiol. polon. 8 no.4:727-737 1957. 1. Z Zaklada Badanin. Organopreparatow i Witamin Instytutu Ioekow w Warazawie. Dyrektor Instytut: nrof. dr P. 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