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Article Coreen Mcguire (2019)
‘X-rays Don't Tell Lies’: The Medical Research Council and the Measurement of Respiratory Disability, 1936–1945. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 447-465). (/isis/citation/CBB859139480/) unapi

Article Stephen M. Davies (2019)
Rothschild Reversed: Explaining the Exceptionalism of Biomedical Research, 1971–1981. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 143-163). (/isis/citation/CBB964513170/) unapi

Article Johnson, Martin H.; Franklin, Sarah B.; Cottingham, Matthew; et al. (2010)
Why the Medical Research Council Refused Robert Edwards and Patrick Steptoe Support for Research on Human Conception in 1971. Human Reproduction (p. 2157). (/isis/citation/CBB001023689/) unapi

Article Jones, Edgar; Rahman, Shahina (2009)
The Maudsley Hospital and the Rockefeller Foundation: The Impact of Philanthropy on Research and Training. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences (p. 273). (/isis/citation/CBB000932682/) unapi

Article Bud, Robert (2008)
Upheaval in the Moral Economy of Science? Patenting, Teamwork and the World War II Experience of Penicillin. History and Technology (p. 173). (/isis/citation/CBB000850055/) unapi

Article Tansey, E. M. (2008)
Keeping the Culture Alive: The Laboratory Technician in Mid-Twentieth-Century British Medical Research. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (p. 77). (/isis/citation/CBB000774227/) unapi

Chapter Chalmers, Iain (2005)
Statistical Theory Was Not the Reason That Randomization Was Used in the British Medical Research Council's Clinical Trial of Streptomycin for Pulmonary Tuberculosis. In: Body Counts: Medical Quantification in Historical and Sociological Perspective / La quantification medicale, perspetives historiques et sociologiques (p. 309). (/isis/citation/CBB000772040/) unapi

Article Chadarevian, Soraya de (2002)
Reconstructing Life: Molecular Biology in Postwar Britain. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (p. 431). (/isis/citation/CBB000770639/) unapi

Book Chadarevian, Soraya de (2002)
Designs for Life: Molecular Biology after World War II. (/isis/citation/CBB000201322/) unapi

Article Murphy, S. (1999)
The early days of the MRC Social Medicine Research Unit. Social History of Medicine (p. 389). (/isis/citation/CBB000110835/) unapi

Article Tansey, E.M. (1994)
Protection against dog distemper and dogs protection bills: The Medical Research Council and anti-vivisectionist protest, 1911-1933. Medical History (pp. 1-26). (/isis/citation/CBB000064539/) unapi

Book Austoker, Joan; Bryder, Linda (1989)
Historical perspectives on the role of the MRC: Essays in the history of the Medical Research Council of the United Kingdom and its predecessor, the Medical Research Committee, 1913-1953. (/isis/citation/CBB000062061/) unapi

Article Bryder, Linda (1985)
Tuberculosis and the Medical Research Council, 1911-1939. Society for the Social History of Medicine Bulletin (pp. 68-71). (/isis/citation/CBB000035156/) unapi

Article Petty, Celia (1985)
The Medical Research Council's inter-war dietary surveys. Society for the Social History of Medicine Bulletin (pp. 76-78). (/isis/citation/CBB000035269/) unapi

Book Thomson, A. Landsborough (1973- 1975)
Half a century of medical research. Vol. 1: Origins and policy of the Medical Research Council (UK). Vol. 2: The programme of the Medical Research Council (UK). (/isis/citation/CBB000019665/) unapi

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