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The 11th Symposium on Advances in Tracer process­ ology used to be held in Boston on October 13-14, 1966. The sym­ posium, which was once backed via the hot England Nuclear company, honored the 10th anniversary of the company. The Symposia on Advances in Tracer method, which were held on a regular basis considering the fact that 1957, compile learn employees in numerous disciplines who percentage an curiosity in radioactive tracers. The 4 volumes, this one representing the checklist of the 11th Symposium, offer a compact and on hand resource of information-much of which used to be frequently scattered during the clinical literature-of inter­ est to biochemists, pharmacologists, endocrinologists, and analysts for whom tracers became an necessary software. The editor is mainly thankful to Dr. Konrad Bloch, Harvard collage, and Dr. Waldo E. Cohn, Oak Ridge nationwide Laboratory, for chairing the classes on the 11th Sym­ posium. The cooperation of the audio system is deeply preferred. moreover, a unique bouquet to my secretary, Mrs. Edith Thompson, for her beneficiant suggestions in arranging many of the symposia and the booklet of the papers. S. R.

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