Annotated Bibliography

 

Van Liere, E.J.: The Intestinal Parasites of Twenty Foreign Students in the University of Wisconsin.  JAMA, 67: 1369-1370 (November 4), 1916.
By examining fecal samples, seventy percent of a sample population of twenty foreign students were shown to have intestinal parasites.

Pearcy, J.F. and E.J. Van Liere: Reflexes From the Colon.  Trans Gastroenterol Assoc  XXVIII: 135-141, 1925.
Symptoms which give rise to colon distress can be produced by the colonic reflex.

Pearcy, J.F. and E.J. Van Liere: Studies of the Visceral Nervous System.  XVII.  Reflexes From the Colon.  1.  Reflexes to the Stomach.  Am J. Physiol, 78: 64-73 (September) 1926.
Applies the principle of gastrointestinal reflex to gastrointestinal physiology.

Van Liere, E.J.: The Effect of Anoxemia on the Size of the Heart as Studied by the X-Ray. Am J. Physiol, 82: 727-732 (November) 1927.
Various experimental animals when subject to severe anoxia show enlargement of the heart.

Van Liere, E.J. and R.S. Allen: The Significance of the Pericardium in Acute Cardiac Dilatation Produced by Anoxemia. Am J. Physiol, 83: 225-230 (December) 1927.
The heart, when subjected to undue stretching by anoxemia, is protected by the pericardium.

Pearcy, J.F. and E.J. Van Liere: Studies on the Visceral Nervous System.  Vasomotor Reflexes From the Abdominal Viscera.  Am J. Physiol, 83: 445-449 (January) 1928.
Describes the various stimuli used to produce different vasomotor results.

Van Liere, E.J. and R.S. Allen: A Simple Artificial Respiration Apparatus.  J Lab Clin Med 13: 655-657 (April) 1928.
An artificial respirator of Van Liere’s own design is described.

Van Liere, E.J. and G.R. Crisler: The Effect of Anoxemia on Hunger Contractions.  Am J. Physiol, 93: 267-272 (May) 1930.
Anoxemia does not affect hunger contractions.

Van Liere, E.J. and G.R. Crisler: The Influences of the Pericardium on Acute Cardiac Dilatation Produced by Vagal Stimulation.  Am J. Physiol, 94: 162-164 (July) 1930.
The pericardium has a definite restraining action when the heart is subjected to vagal stimulation.

Crisler, G.R. and E.J. Van Liere: The Effect of the Vagus on the Diastolic Size of the Heart and Its Bearing on the Question of Cardiac Tonus.  Am J. Physiol, 98: 585-588 (November) 1931.
The vagus nerve does not affect cardiac tone.

Crisler, G.R., E.J. Van Liere and W.T. Booher: The Effect of Anoxemia on the Digestive Movements of the Stomach.  Am J. Physiol, 102: 629-634 (December) 1932.
Anoxemia inhibits gastric motility.

Crisler, G.R., W.T. Booher, E.J. Van Liere and J.E. Hall: The Effect of Feeding Thyroid on the Salivary Conditioned Reflex Induced by Morphine.  Am J. Physiol, 103: 68-72 (January) 1933.
There is no discernable effect.

Van Liere, E.J., G.R. Crisler and D. Robinson: Effect of Anoxemia on the Emptying Time of the Stomach.  Arch Intern Med, 51: 796-799 (May) 1933.
Anoxemia delays the emptying time of the stomach.

Van Liere, E.J. and G.R. Crisler: A Study of Vagospasm.  The Action of the Vagus on the Heart During Acute Anoxemia.  Am J. Physiol, 105: 469-472 (August) 1933.
Vagospasm is a result of anoxemia.

Van Liere, E.J. and G.R. Crisler: Normal Emptying Time of the Stomach of the Dog.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 31: 85-87 (October) 1933.
The time the stomach takes to empty is strikingly normal—or 6.59 hours.

Van Liere, E.J.: Studies on Gastric Motility Under Low Oxygen Pressures. Am J Dig Dis Nutr, 1: 373-376 (August) 1934.
Gastric motility is delayed.

Van Liere, E.J., G.R. Crisler and J.E. Hall: The Effect of Digitalis on Acute Cardiac Dilatation Produced by Anoxemia.  J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 52: 408-417 (December) 1934.
Digitalis lessens dilatation.

Van Liere, E.J.: Some Physiological Considerations of the Cardiovascular System.  WV Med J., 31: 14-17 (January) 1935.
A presentation of the then recent advances in cardiovascular physiology.

Van Liere, E.J., G.R. Crisler and I.A. Wiles: The Effect of Anoxemia on the Pyloric Sphincter.  Am J. Physiol, 111: 330-334 (March) 1935.
Anoxemia lessens pyloric contractions.

Crisler, G.R., E.J. Van Liere and I.A. Wiles: The Mechanism of the Delay in Gastric Emptying Caused by Anoxemia.  Am J Dig Dis Nutr, 2: 221-224 (June) 1935.
Anoxemia raises the tone of the pyloric sphincter.

Van Liere, E.J., H.S. Parker, G.R. Crisler and J.E. Hall: Effect of Anoxemia on Secretion of Urine in the Dog.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 33: 479-480 (December 1935).
Anoxemia has no effect.

Van Liere, E.J. and C.K. Sleeth: Some Normal Variations in the Emptying Time of the Human Stomach.  Am J Dig Dis Nutr, 2: 671-672 (January) 1936.
Anemia affects gastric emptying time.

Van Liere, E.J. and C.K. Sleeth: Normal Heart-Weight Body-Weight (HW/BW) Ratio in the Guinea Pig.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 34: 41 (February) 1936.
A description thereof.

Van Liere, E.J., D.H. Lough and C.K. Sleeth: The Effect of Ephedrine on the Emptying Time of the Human Stomach.  JAMA, 106: 535-536 (February 15) 1936.  Ephedrine delays gastric emptying.

Van Liere, E. J., N.A. David and D.H. Lough.: Absorption of Water From the Small
Intestine at Various Degrees of Anoxia. Am J. Physiol, 115: 239-244 (March) 1936.
Water is easily absorbed when there is a high degree of anoxemia.

Van Liere, and J.E. Thomas: A Study of the Effect of Anoxemia on the Pyloric
Sphincter in Unanesthetized Dogs. Am J Dig Dis Nutr, 3: 167-169 (May) 1936.
The pylorus may regulate gastric emptying in anoxemia.  

Van Liere, E.J., N.A. David and D.H. Lough: Absorption of Water From the Small Intestine at Various Degrees of Anoxia.  Am J. Physiol, 115: 239-244 (March) 1936.
Water is easily absorbed when there is a high degree of anoxemia.

Van Liere, E.J. and J.E. Thomas: A Study of the Effect of Anoxemia on the Pyloric Sphincter in Unanthesthetized Dogs.  Am J Dig Dis Nutr, 3: 94-97 (April) 1936.
The pylorus may regulate gastric emptying in anoxemia.

Crisler, G.R. and E.J. Van Liere: Pyloroplasty, Gastroenterostomy and Partial Parasympathetic Denervation of the Pyloric Sphincter and Their Relation to the Emptying Time of the Stomach.  Am J Dig Dis Nutr, 3: 167-169 (May) 1936.
A description of pyloric procedures which may lengthen the emptying time of the stomach is given.

Van Liere, E.J.: A Respiratory Chamber of Producing Anoxemia in Man. J Lab Clin Med, 21: 963-968 (June) 1936.
A discussion of an apparatus designed by Van Liere for studying hypoxia.

Van Liere, E.J., D.H. Lough and C.K. Sleeth: Effect of Anoxemia on the Emptying Time of the Human Stomach.  Influences of High Altitudes.  Arch Intern Med, 58: 130-135 (July) 1936.
A report of anoxemia on the emptying time of the human stomach.  See also number 76.

Van Liere, E.J.: The Effect of Prolonged Anoxemia on the Heart and Spleen in the Mammal. Am J. Physiol, 116: 290-294 (July) 1936.
Experimental evidence credited to J. Stohl, who in 1910 observed that a rareified atmosphere can produce cardiac hypertrophy, is provided.

Van Liere, E.J. and C.K. Sleeth: The Effect of Prolonged Inanition on the Heart Weight/Body Weight (HW/BW) Ratio in the Mammal.  Am J. Physiol, 116: 635-637 (August) 1936.
Prolonged starvation (has) little effect on hw/bw ratio.

Van Liere, E.J. and C.K. Sleeth: Absorption of Sodium Chloride From the Small Intestine at Various Degrees of Anoxemia.  Am J. Physiol, 117: 309-312 (October) 1936.
Anoxia decreases the amount of physiological salt solution.

Van Liere, E.J., C.K. Sleeth and D.W. Northup: The Effect of Acute Hemorrhage on the Emptying Time of the Stomach.  Am J. Physiol, 117: 226-229 (October) 1936.
Anemia affects gastric emptying time.

Van Liere, E.J., G.R. Crisler and I.A. Wiles: Observations on the Normal Emptying Time of the Stomach of the Dog, Using a Mixed Meal.  J Lab Clin Med, 22: 261-262 (December) 1936.
The time the stomach takes to empty is strikingly normal—or 6.59 hours.

Sleeth, C.K. and E.J. Van Liere: The Effect of Environmental Temperature on the Emptying Time of the Stomach.  Am J. Physiol, 118: 272-275 (February) 1937.
Experimental evidence shows that individuals feel hungrier during cold weather and less hungry in warm...weather.

Sleeth, C.K. and E.J. Van Liere: Effect of Various Degrees of Anoxemia on Secretion of Acid and Chlorides by the Stomach.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 36: 208-211 (March) 1937.
Severe anoxemia depresses gastric secretion; anemia anoxia more than anoxic anoxia.

Sleeth, C.K. and E.J. Van Liere: Effect of Anoxemia on the Impermeability of the Stomach to Water.  Pro Soc Exp Biol Med, 36: 571-573 (May) 1937.
The degree of anoxemia does not influence the stomach’s impermeability to water.

Rafferty, M.A., E.J. Van Liere and C.K. Sleeth: The Effect of Ephedrine on the Secretion of Acid by the Human Stomach.  Am J Dig Dis Nutr, 4: 366-368 (August) 1937.
Ephedrine depresses gastric motility.

Van Liere, E.J., C.K. Sleeth and D.W. Northup: The Relation of the Size of the Meal to the Emptying Time of the Human Stomach.  Am J. Physiol, 119: 480-482 (July) 1937.
A large meal delays the onset of hunger.

Van Liere, E.J., D.W. Northup and C.K. Sleeth: The Effect of Ephedrine on Absorption From the Small Intestine.  J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 60: 434-438 (August) 1937.
Ephedrine does not seem to affect absorption of water from the small intestine.

Van Liere, E.J. and G.A. Emerson: Absorption of Digitalis From the Small Intestine During Anoxemia.  Arch Int Pharmacodyn Ther, 57: 45-50 (September) 1937.
Anoxemia does not affect the absorption of digitalis.

Van Liere, E.J. and C.K. Sleeth: Immediate Effect of Tincture of Digitalis on Emptying Time of Human Stomach.  Arch Intern Med, 61: 83-86 (January) 1938.
Digitalis administered before or after eating impedes the emptying time.

Van Liere, E.J. and C.K. Sleeth: Studies in Gastric Motility.  The Relation of the Size of the Meal to the Gastric Emptying Time in the Dog, Using A Meal Rich in Fat and Protein. Am J Dig Dis, 5: 18-19 (March) 1938.
A large meal rich in fat, protein and carbohydrates prolongs gastric emptying time.

Van Liere, E.J. and C.K. Sleeth: The Effect of Benzedrine Sulfate on the Emptying Time of the Human Stomach.  J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 62: 111-115 (January) 1938.
Benzedrine sulfate delays emptying time.

Van Liere, E.J. and C.K. Sleeth: The Question of Cardiac Hypertrophy During Pregnancy.  Am J Physiol, 122: 34-37 (April) 1938.
Pregnancy does not cause the heart to enlarge in the cat, dog or guinea pig.

Emerson, G.A. and E.J. Van Liere: Adrenin Content of Adrenals of Cats Subjected to Anoxia.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 38: 500-503 (May) 1938.
Adrenin content decreases when subject to anoxia.

Sleeth, C.K. and E.J. Van Liere: A Comparative Study of the Effects of Various Anesthetic Agents on the Emptying Time of the Stomach.  J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 63: 65-69 (May) 1938.
Anesthetics which are inhaled such as nitrous oxide and ethylene prolong gastric emptying time.

Van Liere, E.J., D.W. Northup and C.K. Sleeth: The Effect of Acute Hemorrhage on Absorption from the Small Intestine.  Am J Physiol, 124: 102-105 (October) 1938.
Hemorrhaging does not affect absorption from the small intestine.

Van Liere, E.J. and D.W. Northup: A Simple Device for Changing the Light Intensity in the X-Ray Illumination.  J Lab Clin Med, 24: 869-870 (May) 1939.
The operation and effect of a rheostat is described.

Northup, D.W. and E.J. Van Liere: The Effect of Anoxemia on the Absorption of Magnesium Sulphate From the Small Intestine.  Arch Int Pharmacodyn Ther, 62: 175-178 (June) 1939.
Anoxia does not affect intestinal absorption of magnesium sulphate.

Van Liere, E.J. and C.K. Sleeth: The Effect of Fluid Extract of Ergot and of Ergotamine on the Emptying Time of the Human Stomach.  J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 67: 250-255 (October) 1939.
Ergot delays gastric emptying.

Northup, D.W. and E.J. Van Liere.  Intestinal Secretion During Anoxia.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 42: 162-163 (October) 1939.
Intestinal secretion is remittent to anoxia.

Pickett, A.D. and E.J. Van Liere: The Effect of Anoxia and Gastric Secretion From Pavlov and Heidenhain Pouch Dogs.  Am J Physiol, 127: 637-641 (November) 1939.
The greater the anoxia, the greater the decrease in gastric solution.

Sleeth, C.K. and E.J. Van Liere: The Size of the Spleen and the Adrenals During Pregnancy and the Puerperium.  Endocrinology, 25: 867-870 (December) 1939.
In pregnancy the spleen is smaller, the adrenals larger; postpartum the spleen appears normal, the adrenals increase in size.

Van Liere, E.J. and D.W. Northup: The Effect of the Enteral Absorption of Fluids and the Recovery of the Blood Pressure After Severe Hemorrhage.  Am J Dig Dis, 7: 71-72 (February) 1940.
Hemorrhaging has no effect on either fluid absorption or the return of blood pressure to normal levels.

Van Liere, E.J. and C.K. Sleeth: The Emptying Time of the Normal Human Stomach as Influenced by Acid and Alkali With a Review of the Literature.  Am J Dig Dis, 7: 118-123 (March) 1940.
Alkali influences gastric motility; acid does not.

Sleeth, C.K. and E.J. Van Liere: The Emptying Time of the Human Stomach After the Administration of Progestin.  Endocrinology, 26: 535-536 (March) 1940.
Progestin does not affect gastric emptying time.

Emerson, G.A. and E.J. Van Liere: Drug Prophylaxia Against Lethal Effects of Anoxia: I Convulsant Agents.  Arch Int Pharmacodyn Ther,  64: 239-249 (April) 1940.
None of the agents studied seem to dramatically reduce anoxia.

Van Liere, E.J. and P.E. Vaughan: The Influence of Anoxia on the Absorption of Sodium Chloride and Sodium Sulphate From the Small Intestine.  Am J. Physiol, 129: 618-622 (June) 1940.
Varying degrees of anoxia influence absorption.

Vaughan, P.E. and E.J. Van Liere: An Experimental Study on the Effect of Noise on Gastric Secretion in Pavlov Dogs.  J Aviat Med, 11: 102-107 (September) 1940.
Just as anoxia inhibits gastric secretion, so does noise.

Northup, D.W. and E.J. Van Liere: The Emptying Time of the Normal Human Stomach as Influenced by Sulfapyridine.  J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 70: 297-300 (November) 1940.
The pharmacodynamics of sulfapyridine on the stomach is described.

Andes, J.E., E.J. Van Liere, E.J. Andes and P.E. Vaughan: Guanidine Like Substances in Blood.  VII Guanidine and Other Blood Constituents in Experimental Anoxemia.  J Lab Clin Med, 26: 530-534 (December) 1940.
Anoxemia is not responsible for hyperguanidinemia.

Emerson, G.A., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere: Toxic Effects of Sulfanilamide, Sulfapyridine and Rodilone in Anoxia.  J Lab Clin Med, 26: 479-482 (December) 1940.
Neither large nor small doses of the three drugs influence the susceptibility to        anoxemia.

Van Liere, E.J. and D.W. Northup: The Emptying Time of the Normal Human Stomach After the Administration of a Bile Preparation.  Am J Dig Dis, 8: 26-27 (January) 1941.
Dehyrocholic acid decreases gastric emptying time.

Sleeth, C.K. and E.J. Van Liere: The Effect of Sodium Nitrite on the Emptying Time of the Normal Human Stomach.  Arch Int Pharmacodyn, 65: 5-8 (January) 1941.
Sodium nitrite delays gastric emptying.

Hewitt, W.F. and E.J. Van Liere: The Question of Thyroid Weight During Pregnancy with Further Observations of Adrenal Weight in Late Pregnancy.  Endocrinology, 28: 62-64 (January) 1941.
In the thyroid there is no increase in weight; the adrenal weight, however, increases.

Van Liere, E.J.: The Effect of Anoxia on the Alimentary Tract.  Physiol Rev, 21: 307-323 (April) 1941.
Van Liere reviews his work on anoxia to the year 1941.

Van Liere, E.J. and P.E. Vaughan: Basal Secretion of Pavlov Pouch Dogs as Influenced by Oxygen Want.  Am J Dig Dis, 8: 155-156 (May) 1941.
Anoxia does not affect basal secretion.

W.F. Hewitt and E.J. Van Liere: Water Distribution in the Body During the Pregnant and the Puerperal State.  Endocrinology, 28: 847-848 (May) 1941.
There is a slight increase in water content postpartum.

Van Liere, E.J.: Effect on Anoxic Anoxia on the Heart.  Influence of Exercise and Effect of Acute Anoxia at Rest.  Aviat Med, 12: 131-135 (June) 1941.
Results using the rat heart are inconclusive.

Northup, D.W. and E.J. Van Liere: The Effect of Anoxia on the Absorption of Glucose and of Glycine From the Small Intestine.  Am J Physiol, 134: 288-291 (September) 1941.
Anoxia does not prevent absorption of glucose, and only partially affects absorption of glycine.

Van Liere, E.J. and D.W. Northup: The Effect of Sodium Amytal on the Emptying Time of the Normal Human Stomach.  J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 73: 142-145 (October) 1941.
Sodium amytal hastens gastric emptying.

Van Liere, E.J. and D.W. Northup: The Emptying Time of the Stomach of Old People.  Am J Physiol, 134: 719-722 (November) 1941.
Age does not affect the emptying time of the stomach.

Van Liere, E.J.: The Digestive System.  Annu Rev Physiol, 4: 273-296, 1942.
A summary of research done on the digestive system by various investigators, including Van Liere, for 1940-1941.

Emerson, G.A., E.J. Van Liere and J.L. Morrison: Drug Prophylaxis Against Lethal Effects of Severe Anoxia.  II Alcohol, Amytal and Pentobarbital.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 49: 376-379, 1942.
Alcohol reduces the lethal effect; amytal and phenobarbital do not.

Stickney, J.C. and E.J. Van Liere: Acclimatization to Low Oxygen Tensions in Relation to Gastric Emptying.  Am J Physiol, 137: 160-163 (August) 1942.
As the stomach adjusts to anoxia, gastric emptying is delayed.  Once adjustment is made, there is no change in gastric emptying.

Stickney, J.C. and E.J. Van Liere: Erythrocytes and Hemoglobin Values in Acclimatization Produced by Discontinuous Anoxia.  J Aviat Med, 13: 170-176 (September) 1942.
The rise in both the number of red blood cells and the amount of hemoglobin suggests tolerance to acclimatization.

Van Liere, E.J. and G.A. Emerson: The Influence of Certain Antimalarials and Related Agents on Lethal Effects of Anoxia.  J Aviat Med, 13: 182-189 (September) 1942.
Anti malarial drugs such as quinine, atabrine and plasmochin did not affect the tolerance of mice to lethal effects of anoxia.

Van Liere, E.J. and D.W. Northup: The Effect of Carminatives on the Emptying Time of the Human Stomach.  J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 75: 39-43 (September) 1942.
Peppermint oil, capsicum and ginger do not hasten gastric emptying.

Van Liere, E.J. and D.W. Northup: The Emptying Time of the Normal Human Stomach in the Young Adult.  Gastroenterology, 1: 279-284 (March) 1943.
The suggestion is made that when the study is confined to man, a broad criteria and broad interpretation of data be used to average the emptying time.

Emerson, G.A. and E.J. Van Liere: Drug Prophylaxis Against Lethal Effects of Severe Anoxia.  A Standardized Technique.  Influence of Body Weight, Injection of Saline, Muscular Restraint, Rate of Ascent, and Pretreatment with Oxygen or Helium-Oxygen in Anoxic Mice.  J Lab Clin Med, 28: 689-699 (March) 1943.
The need for a standardized technique is discussed.

Emerson, G.A. and E.J. Van Liere: Drug Prophylaxis Against Lethal Effects of Severe Anoxia.  V. Agents Affecting the Autonomic Nervous System.  J Lab Clin Med, 28:  700-706 (March) 1943.
A discussion of which drugs increase and which drugs decrease the lethal effect of anoxia.

Van Liere, E.J.: The Effect of Several Inhalation Anesthetics and of Sodium Amytal on Gastric Emptying.  Anesth Analg, 22: 110-114 (March-April) 1943.
Sodium amytal increases gastric emptying in man; in the animal the barbiturates considered showed varying results.

Van Liere, E.J. and J.C. Stickney: The Organ Weight-Body-Weight Ratios in Dogs Following Exposures to Discontinuous Anoxia.  J Avait Med, 14: 194-199 (August) 1943.
There is enlargement of the spleen and thyroid glands but not the adrenal gland.

Van Liere, E.J., D.W. Northup, J.C. Stickney and G.A. Emerson: The Effect of Anoxia on Peristalsis of the Small and Large Intestine.  Am J. Physiol, 140: 119-123 (October) 1943.
In anaesthetized dogs, anoxia affects peristalsis; in unanesthetized dogs peristalsis is not affected.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere: Blood Studies on Dogs Subjected to Discontinuous Exposure to Low Oxygen Tension.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 54: 151-152 (October) 1943.
There is no change to red blood cells under discontinuous conditions.

Van Liere, E.J.: The Effect of Anoxia on the Body.  WV Med J., 39: 397-406 (December) 1943.
A review of current knowledge on anoxia with emphasis on Van Liere’s research.

Van Liere, E.J. and G.S. Dodds: Medical Education in West Virginia.  WV Med J., 40: 37-46 (February) 1944.
An overview and historical presentation of medical education in the State.

Van Liere, E.J. and D.W. Northup: The Effect of Water Taken with Meals on Gastric Emptying.  Gastroenterology, 2: 195-200 (March) 1944.
Large amounts of water do not affect gastric emptying time.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere.  Intestinal Absorption During Histotoxic Anoxia.  Fed Proc, 13: 46-47 (March) 1944.
Intestinal absorption is not affected.

Van Liere, E.J. D.W. Northup and J.C. Stickney: The Influence of Agents Affecting the Autonomic Nervous System on the Motility of the Small Intestine.  Am J Physiol, 141: 462-465 (June) 1944.
Drugs which affect the autonomic nervous system also influence motility of the small intestine.

Van Liere, E.J.: The Role of Anoxia in Gastrointestinal Effects of Anesthesia.  Anesthesiology, 5: 400-406 (July) 1944.
Anoxia as it might affect the gastrointestinal tract under anesthesia.

Van Liere, E.J., D.W. Northup and J.C. Stickney: The Effect of Anemic Anoxia on the Motility of the Small and Large Intestine.  Am J. Physiol, 142: 260-264 (September) 1944.
Anemic anoxia increases motility.

Van Liere, E.J. D.W. Northup and J.C. Stickney: A Comparative Study of the Action of Various Anesthetic Agents on the Muscles of the Colon in the Dog.  Anesthesiology, 5: 597-604 (November) 1944.
All of the anesthetics considered had a negative effect on colonic musculature and tone.

Van Liere, E.J., D.W. Northup and J.C. Stickney: The Effect of Anoxic and Anemic Anoxia on the Motility of the Small Intestine and the Influence of an Epinephrine-Potentiating-Agent.  Am J. Physiol, 142: 615-60 (November) 1944.
Anoxic anemia with cocaine decreases motility; the combination of anoxic anemia and anemic anoxia without cocaine also decreases motility.

Van Liere, E.J., J.C. Stickney and D.W. Northup: The Rate of Progress of Inert Material Through the Small Intestine.  Gastroenterology, 5: 37-42 (July) 1945.
The upper intestine moves more quickly than the lower intestine.

Van Liere, E.J.: Asphyxiate and “Anoxiate.”  Science, 104: 112-113 (August) 1946.
The two terms need to be differentiated when discussing the subject of anoxia.

Van Liere, E.J., D.W. Northup and J.C. Stickney: The Effect of Glucose on the Motility of the Stomach and Small Intestine.  Gastroenterology, 7: 218-223 (August) 1946.
Glucose prolongs gastric emptying.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere: The Effect of Anoxic Anoxia on Urine Secretion in Anesthetized Dogs.  Am J. Physiol, 147: 616-621 (December) 1946.
There is no effect on urine output when the dog is subject to anesthesia and anoxia.

Van Liere, E.J., D.W. Northup, J.C. Stickney and R.E. Richard: Effect of Anemic Anoxia on Absorption of Isotonic Magnesium Sulfate from the Small Intestine.  Proc Exp Biol Med, 64: 62-64 (January) 1947.
There is no significant effect.

Van Liere, E.J., J.C. Stickney and D.W. Northup: Comparative Study of Anesthetic Agents on Propulsive Motility of the Small Intestine.  Gastroenterology, 8: 82-89 (January) 1947.
All the anesthetics which were compared depress gastric motility.

Lawless, J.J. and E.J. Van Liere: The Effect of Various Degrees of Anoxic Anoxia on Water Distribution in the Body.  Am J. Physiol, 149: 103-106 (April) 1947.
Anoxia produces an undetermined effect.

Van Liere, E.J., J.C. Stickney and D.W. Northup: The Effect of Stimulation of the Carotid Sinus Region on Absorption of Chloride from the Small Intestine.  Am J. Physiol, 150: 149-152 (July) 1947.
Absorption is lessened.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere: Systemic Blood Pressure as a Factor in Absorption from the Small Intestine.  Am J. Physiol, 150: 466-470 (September) 1947.
High systemic blood pressure aids absorption.

Van Liere, E.J., D.W. Northup and J.C. Stickney: The Null Effect of Hemorrhage in Intestinal Absorption of Chloride in the Presence of Sulfate.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 66: 260-262 (October) 1947.
An initial rise hemoglobin and the number of red cells are indicators of immediate adaptation to high altitude.

Van Liere, E.J., W.V. Crabtree, D.W. Northup and J.C. Stickney: Effect of Anoxic Anoxia on the Propulsive Motility of the Small Intestine.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 67: 331-332 (March) 1948.
The propulsive motility in the rat shows less resistance to anoxia.

Northup, D.W. and E.J. Van Liere: The Effect of Central Nervous Depressants on the Emptying Time of the Human Stomach.  J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 93: 208-209 (June) 1948.
CNS depressants are not a factor in decreased emptying.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere: Blood Sugar and Dextrose Tolerance During Anoxia in the Dog.  Am J. Physiol, 154: 423-427 (September) 1948.
The higher the altitude--28,000 ft.--32,000 ft—the greater the elevation in blood sugar.  Dextrose tolerance at 28,000 ft is decreased.

Van Liere, E.J., J.C. Stickney and D.W. Northup: Blood Sugar Response to Anoxia During Acclimatization.  Am J. Physiol, 155: 10-14 (October) 1948.
After an initial rise in blood sugar, there was no increase once acclimatization had taken place.

Marsh, David F. and E.J. Van Liere: The Effect of Adrenergic Blocking Agents on the Vasoconstriction Produced by Acute Oxygen Lack.  J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 94: 221-224 (November) 1948.
Adrenergic blocking agents prevent a rise in blood pressure.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere: Effect of Increased Carbon Dioxide in Inspired Air on Gastric Emptying in Dogs.  Proc Am J Physiol, 155: 471 (December) 1948.
The greater the concentration, the more the delay.

Van Liere, E.J., J.C. Stickney and D.F. Marsh: Sex Differences in Blood Pressure in Dogs.  Science, 109: 489 (May) 1949.
A short communication in comparative physiology.

Northup, D.W., J.C. Stickney and E.J. Van Liere: Effect of Carbon Dioxide on Intestinal Motility.  Am J. Physiol, 158: 119-121 (July) 1949.
Anoxia affects motility in the rat/mice more than in the dog.

Stickney, J.C., E.J. Van Liere and D.W. Northup: A Comparison of the Propulsive Motility of the Small Intestine in Adult Dogs and Pups.  Am J. Physiol, 158: 201-204 (August) 1949. As the pup matures into the dog, growth occurs, and propulsive motility may be related to the length of the small intestine.
Marsh, D.F. and E.J. Van Liere: Effect of Cocaine and Ephedrine on the

Vasoconstriction Produced by Acute Oxygen Lack.  Arch Int Pharmacodyn Ther, 81: 207-210 (February) 1950.
Blood pressure increases slightly with the administration of ephedrine and greatly increases with administration of cocaine.

Van Liere, E.J.: Some Observations on Medical Education and Practice in Peru.  WV Med J., 46: 68-70 (March) 1950.
Observations on attending an international symposium on high altitude physiology.

Stickney, D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere: Combined Effect of Anoxic Anoxia and Cocaine on Blood Sugar and Hemoglobin.  Fed Proc, 9: 122 (March) 1950.
A short communication which shows that the combination decreases blood sugar and increases hemoglobin.

Van Liere, Edward J.: The Teaching of Physiology at West Virginia University School of Medicine.  WV Med J, 46: 120-122 (May) 1950.
It is important for the clinician to learn the basic sciences.

Van Liere, E.J., J.C. Stickney and D.W. Northup.  The Effect of Acclimatization on the Propulsive Motility of the Small Intestine During Anoxia.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 76: 102-103 (January) 1951.
The acclimatized small intestine is less influenced by anoxia than the unacclimatized one.

Northup, D.W., E.J. Van Liere and J.C. Stickney.  Effect of Anoxia on the Intestine of Albino and Hooded Rats.  Fed Proc, 10: 98 (March) 1951.
There is no significant effect.

Van Liere, Edward J.  The Therapeutic Doctor Watson.  WV Med J., 47: 148-150 (May) 1951.
The philosophy with which Dr. Watson practiced medicine is still relevant today.

Dodds, G.S. and E.J. Van Liere: The Choice of Medical Students with Especial Reference to the Nature and Usefulness of the Medical College Admission Test.  WV Med J., 47: 184/186 (June) 1951.
An essay which describes the usefulness of the then new MCAT.

Van Liere, Edward J.  The Death of James Boswell, Esq. WV Med J., 47: 215/216 (July) 1951.
An essay on the medical discomforts which afflicted James Boswell, the biographer of Samuel Johnson.

Van Liere, E.J., J.C. Stickney and D.W. Northup.  Effect of Anoxia on Intestinal Motility and on Blood Sugar in Pups.  Am J. Physiol, 167: 103-107 (October) 1951.
Anoxic anemia decreases motility while anemic anoxia has no real effect.  The blood sugar response is also less.

Van Liere, E.J., J.C. Stickney, D.W. Northup and R. Bell.  Effect of dl-Amphetamine Sulfate and its Isomers on Intestinal Motility.  J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 103: 187-189 (October) 1951.
The amphetamine decreases gastric motility.

Stickney, J. Clifford, E.J. Van Liere and D.W. Northup.  Correlation Between Propulsive Motility and length of Small Intestine in Albino Rats and Dogs.  Am J. Physiol, 167: 399-402 (November) 1951.
Propulsive motility depends upon the length of the intestine.  See also number 114.

Stickney, C.J., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere.  Blood Sugar and Hemoglobin Response to Anoxia in Sheep and the Effect of Acclimatization. Am J. Physiol, 167: 559-562 (December) 1951.
The study done in sheep shows a similar response in that of the dog.

Van Liere, E.J. Sherlock Holmes and the Portuguese Man-of-War.  WV Med J., 48: 10-12 (January) 1952.
A comparison  on the treatment of the sting of the man-of-war in 1952 with that of 1926 when the story was written by Conan Doyle.

Gilmore, Betty Jo, P.L. MacLachlan and E.J. Van Liere.  The Effect of Hypoxia, Nitrous Oxide and Ethylene on Blood Coagulation.  Curr Res Anesth Analg, 31: 136-140 (March-April) 1952.
Hypoxia shortens blood coagulation time; nitrous oxide decreases it; ethylene increases it.

Stickney, J.C, D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere.  Veraloid and Cevadine on Propulsive Motility of the Small Intestine in Dogs.  Fed Proc, 11: 155 (March) 1952.
The statistical difference is less than one percent with veraloid.

Van Liere, E.J. Some Observations on Medical Practice and on Medical Education in Puerto Rico.  WV Med J., 48: 123-126 (May) 1952.
An essay on medical education and a listing of Puerto Rican medical students at WVU.

Van Liere, E.J., G.B. McCarty and J.G. Mathews.  Effect of Hypoxia and Anemic Anoxia On Uterus.  Am J. Physiol, 171: 245-249 (October) 1952.
In both pregnant and non-pregnant dogs hypoxia does not affect uterine contractions, while anemic anoxia does.

Northup, D.W., J.C. Stickney and E.J. Van Liere.  Effect of Atropine, Tetraethylammonium, Banthine, and Benzyl on Motility of the Small Intestine.  Am J. Physiol, 171: 513-515 (December) 1952.
The drugs affect the motility of the small intestine.

Stickney, J.C. and E.J. Van Liere.  Acclimatization to Low Oxygen Tension.  Physiol Rev, 33: 13-34 (January) 1953.
A literature review of hypoxia until the 1940’s.

Van Liere, E.J. Brain Fever and Sherlock Holmes.  WV Med J., 49: 77-80 (March) 1953.
Brain fever as treated in the Sherlock Holmes stories.

Van Liere, E.J. and Helen H. Hess.  Acclimatization on Propulsive Motility of Small Intestine.  Fed Proc, 12: 147 (march) 1953.
Propulsive motility remains unchanged.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere.  Effect of >SC-3171’ (Searle) and Pavatrine (Searle) on Propulsive Motility of Dog Small Intestine.  Fed Proc, 12: 138 (March) 1953.
SC-3171’ is significantly different while Pavatrine is not.

Van Liere, E.J., H.S. Fang and D.W. Northup.  Effect of Semi-starvation on Propulsive Motility of the Small Intestine.  Proc Soc Biol Med, 83: 98 (May) 1953.
A short communication describing inconclusive results.

Dodds, G.S. and E.J. Van Liere.  Residents of West Virginia and the Study of Medicine.  WV Med J, 49: 117-121 (May) 1953.
A follow-up to number 88.

Fang, H.S., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere.  Combined Effect of Tetraethylammonium Chloride and Hypoxia on Intestinal Motility in Rats.  Am J Physiol, 173: 459-460 (June) 1953.
The combination has greater effect on gut motility than either one alone.

Van Liere, E.J. Motion Sickness.  WV Med J., 49: 222-225 (August) 1953.
A review of prevention and treatment is presented.

Northup, D.W. and E.J. Van Liere.  Effect of the Isomers of Amphetamine and Desoxyephedrine on Gastric Emptying in Man.  J Pharmacol Exp Ther, 109: 358-360 (November) 1953.
Only the isomer desoxyephedrine has an effect.  The others do not.

Van Liere, E.J., Helen H. Hess and E.J. Fedor.  The Effect of Painful Stimuli on Albino and on Hooded Rats.  J Nerv Ment Dis, 119: 72-74 (January) 1954.
Painful stimuli affects the gastric motility of albino rats more than that of hooded rats.

Van Liere, E.J. and James E. Edwards.  Cobalt Polycythemia and Heart-Weight/Body-Weight Ratio.  Fed Proc, 13: 156-157 (March) 1954.
Cobalt polycythemia does not affect hw/bw ratio.

Northup, D.W., J.E. Edwards and E.J. Van Liere.  Effect of Veratrum Alkaloids on Cardiac Hypertrophy of Exercise.  Fed Proc, 13: 107 (March) 1954.
The alkaloids do not affect the cardiac hypertrophy of exercise.

Van Liere, E.J. Physiology at the University of Edinburgh and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.  WV Med J., 50: 94-96 (April) 1954.
An account of the Department of Physiology when Conan Doyle was a medical student.

Van Liere, E.J.  Anatomy at the University of Edinburgh and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.  WV Med J., 50: 208-210 (August) 1954.
An account of the Department of Anatomy during Conan Doyle’s student days.

Van Liere, E.J., Helen H. Hess and J.E. Edwards.  Effect of Physical Training on the Propulsive Motility of the Small Intestine.  J Appl Physiol, 7: 186-187 (September) 1954.
Propulsive activity is increased.

Van Liere, E.J., H.S. Fang and D.W. Northup.  Resistance to Hypoxia Produced by Polycythemia in Rats.  Am J Physiol, 178: 503-504 (September) 1954.
Resistance to hypoxia occurs at 18,000 ft. but not at 24,000 ft.

Van Liere, E.J.  The Anatomical Sherlock Holmes.  Journal. (Student Medical Association), 4 (no. 1): pp. 60-62, and 78 (January) 1955.
An essay on Holmes’ interest in the anatomical laboratory, dissection, osteology, comparative and surface anatomy, and anthropology.

Van Liere, E.J. and Andrew F. Horne.  Thyroxin and Exercise on Heart Size in Rats.  Fed Proc, 14: 155 (March) 1955 (Abstract).
Thyroxin and exercise increase the size of the heart.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere.  Acute Exercise and Propulsive Motility of the Small Intestine in Rats.  Fed Proc, 14: 146 (March) 1955.
Propulsive activity is increased.

Van Liere, E.J. and Edward J. Fedor.  Cardiac and Adrenal Hypertrophy in Albino Rats Following Acclimatization in Altitude.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 88: 676 (April) 1955.
The albino rat exhibits cardiac and adrenal hypertrophy.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere.  The Effect of the Alkaloids: Nicotine, Papaverine, Morphine, and N-Allylnomorphine and of Carbachol on Propulsive Motility of the Small Intestine.  Arch Int Pharmacodyn Ther, 101: 469-475 (May) 1955.
The effect of the alkaloids and carbachol on gut motility is described.

Van Liere, E.J. and D.W. Northup.  Administration of Carbo-resin and Gastric Emptying in Man. J Appl Physiol, 8: 119-120 (July) 1955.
A short communication describing inconclusive results.

Van Liere, E.J. Surgery at the University of Edinburgh and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.  WV Med J, 51: 313-315 (October) 1955.
A description of the Department of Surgery at the University of Edinburgh.

Van Liere, E.J. and G.S. Dodds.  Applications and Admissions to the School of Medicine of West Virginia University, 1947-1955.  WV Med J, 51: 348-351 (November) 1955.
An average of sixty-six West Virginia residents were accepted into medical school during these years.

Van Liere, E.J.  Teaching the Second Generation.  WV Univ Alum Mag.  Fall Issue 1955.
Observations made on teaching the children of his former medical students.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere.  Cardiac Dilatation Without Hypertrophy from Reduced Ambient Pressure in Rats.  Circ Res,  4: 219-219 (No. 2) (March) 1956.
Cardiac dilatation does not lead to cardiac hypertrophy.

Van Liere, E.J.  Genetics and Sherlock Holmes.  J Stu Med Assoc, 5: (No. 4) 29-31 and 76 (April) 1956.
An essay on the allusions made to heredity in the stories of Sherlock Holmes - especially those pertaining to Sherlock and his brother Mycroft.

Van Liere, E.J. and G.S. Dodds.  Licensure of Foreign-Trained Physicians in West Virginia.  WV Med J, 52: 114-117 (April) 1956.
An essay on the problems encountered when licensing physicians from other countries.

Van Liere, E.J. and D.W. Northup.  Effect of Nalorphine on Gastric Emptying in Man.  Proc Exp Biol Med, 91: (No. 4) 619-620 (April) 1956.
Nalorphine delays gastric emptying.

Northup, D.W. and E.J. Van Liere.  The Electrocardiogram in Situs Inversus.  WV Med J., 52: 169-170 (June) 1956.
A case report on same.

Van Liere, E.J. and G.S. Dodds.  The Curriculum in Medical Technology at West Virginia University.  WV Med J., 52: 305-308 (September) 1956.
An essay on the curriculum and a history of the Medical Technology department.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere.  Resistance of the Small Intestine (Motility) Against Stress.  J Appl Physiol, 9: 484-486 (November) 1956.
Of the various kinds of stresses applied, only severe hyperthermia reduced motility.

Northup, D.W., J.C. Stickney and E.J. Van Liere.  Effect of Reduced Pressure on the Rat's Heart.  Fed Proc, 16: 95 (March) 1957.  Abstract.
Neither transitory nor permanent hypertrophy occurs in decompression.

Van Liere, E.J. and D.W. Northup.  Effect of Methimazole on the Size of the Heart in the Rat.  J Appl Physiol, 10: 459-460 (May) 1957.
Both size and weight are reduced with methimazole.

Van Liere, E.J.  The Surgical Doctor Watson.  WV Med J., 53: 186-191 (May) 1957.
A discussion of the surgical techniques Dr. Watson needed to know to practice medicine in late Victorian England.

Van Liere, E.J. and D.W. Northup.  Cardiac Hypertrophy Produced by Exercise in Albino and in Hooded Rats.  J Appl Physiol, 11: 91-92 (July) 1957.
Cardiac hypertrophy appears in both species; the female showing a definite increase over the male albino.  No sex differences appeared in the hooded strain.

Northup, D.W., E.J. Van Liere and J.C. Stickney.  The Effect of Age, Sex, and Body Size on the HW/BW Ratio in the Dog.  Anat Rec, 128: 411-417 (July) 1957.
HW/BW on the dog at its various ages is presented.

Van Liere, E.J.  Space Medicine.  WV Med J., 53: 297-301 (August) 1957.
A discussion of how some physiologic states might be affected in the new space program.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere.  Effect of Epinephrine, Norepinephrine and Serotonin on Propulsive Motility of Rat Small Intestine.  Physiologist, 1: 80 (November) 1957.
Epinephrine reduces motility more than the other two drugs.

Van Liere, E.J.  The Effect of Exercise on the Body.  WV Med J., 54: 153-156 (May) 1958.
A review of the effects of exercise on the body.

Van Liere, E.J. and D.W. Northup.  Effect of Hypoxia and Nitrous Oxide on the Uterus of Estrogenized Dogs.  Fed Proc, 17: 167 (March) 1958.  Abstract.
There is no effect.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere.  Effect of Glucagon on Propulsive Motility of Rat Small Intestine.  Fed Proc, 17: 157 (March) 1958.
Glycogen does not affect motility.

Van Liere, E.J.  The Physiological Doctor Watson.  Physiologist, 1: 53-57 (May) 1958.
An essay on how Conan Doyle uses the principles of physiology to make his Sherlock Holmes stories interesting and believable.

Van Liere, E.J.  A Year After.  WV Univ Alum Mag.  Summer, 1958.
An essay on the logistics of moving from the old medical school into the new one.

Stickney, J.C., Theodore L. Browne and E.J. Van Liere.  Erythropoietic Factor in Milk of “Altitude” Goats.  Physiologist, 1: 76 (August) 1958).  Abstract.
The factor is apparent.

Drasnin, Ronald, James T. Hughes, R.F. Krause and E.J. Van Liere.  Glycogen Content in Normal and Hypertrophied Rat Heart.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 99: 438-439 (November) 1958.
Glycogen is increased when cardiac hypertrophy is increased by exercise.

Van Liere, E.J. and G.S. Dodds.  A Review of Medical Education in West Virginia.  WV Med J., 55: 96-101 (March) 1959.
A two-year medical program becomes a four-year medical program.

Stickney, J.C., D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere.  Effect of Methimazole on the Dry Weight of the Rat Heart.  Physiologist, 2: 112 (No. 3), (August), 1959.  Abstract.
Methimazole affects the dry weight.

Van Liere, E.J. and G.S. Dodds.  Women in Medicine in West Virginia University.  J Med Edu, 34: 911-915 (September) 1959.
Women are assets to a medical program. (Also in West Va. Med. Journ. 56: 65-69 (February) 1960)

Van Liere, E.J.  Doctor Watson, General Practitioner.  WV Med J., 55: 364-367 (October) 1959.
Dr. Watson as a model primary care physician.

Stickney, J.C., T.L. Browne and E.J. Van Liere.  Rat Assay of Erythropoietic Factor in Milk of Altitude Goats.  Fed Proc, 19: 67 (No. 1, Part 1) (March) 1960.  Abstract.
The erythropoietic factor is effective in rats.

Northup, D.W. and E.J. Van Liere.  Cardiac Hypertrophy due to Hypoxia in Male and Female Rats.  Fed Proc, 19: 111 (No. 1, Part 1), (March) 1960.  Abstract.
Cardiac hypertrophy is greater in the male rat.

Van Liere, E.J. Bennet Dowler: a Clarksburg Physiologist and Physician.  WV Med J., 56: 241-243 (July) 1960.
A biographical essay on the Clarksburg physician.

Stickney, J. C. T. L. Browne and E.J. Van Liere. Fetal Hemoglobin in Young Goats Fed “Altitude” Milk. Physiologist, 3: 153 (August) 1960.  Abstract.
There is a decline in of etal hemoglobin.

Northup, D.W. and E.J. Van Liere.  Weight of the Adrenal Glands in Cats.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 104: 668-669, 1960.
The statistically significant difference in weight is plotted against weight and sex.

Van Liere, E.J. and G.S. Dodds.  History of the Student Health Service of West Virginia University.  WV Med J., 57: 168-173 (May) 1961.
An essay on the student health service.

Van Liere, E.J., Baugh, B., and Northup, D.W.  Hypertrophy of Various Portions of the Heart by Hypoxia.  Physiologist, 4: 127 (No. 3, August) 1961.
Hypertrophy occurs more to the right ventricle than to other portions of the heart.

Van Liere, E.J.  Useful Consciousness. WV Med J., 58: 57-59 (March) 1962.
The term is defined and expanded upon.

Van Liere, E.J.  Pre-Commencement Address.  W. Va. University.  WV Med J., 58: 211-213 (August) 1962.
The address is directed to the first graduates of the new four-year curriculum.

Van Liere, E.J., D.W. Northup and Barbara Baugh: Differences in Cardiac Hypertrophy in Exercise and in Hypoxia.  XXII International Congress of Physiological Sciences, Ledien, Holland, September.  10-17, 1962.  Proceedings of the International Union of Physiological Sciences, Vol. 11, International Congress, Leiden, 1962.  Abstract No. 346.
Erythropoietic activity takes place.

Stickney, J.C., T. Browne, and E.J. Van Liere:  Erythropoietin in Goats at Stimulated Altitudes.  Symposium on High Altitude Physiology.  Interlaken, Switzerland, September 18-22, 1962.
and Stickney, J.C., T. Browne, and E.J. Van Liere: A Erythropoietin in Goats at Simulated Altitude.  In: The Physiological Effects of High Altitude.  Pp.87-94. In: Proceedings of a Symposium held at Interlaken, Switzerland, September 1962.  Edited by W.H. Weihe, New York: MacMillan 1964, 351.

Van Liere, E.J. New Medical School.  West Virginia University Medical Center.  Bull Am Coll Phys, 3: No. 5. Pp 252-254 (September-October) 1962.
“Getting the word out” on the new Medical Center.

Stickney, J.C., T.L. Browne, and E.J. Van Liere: The Effect of Intermittent Exposures to Simulated High Altitudes upon Lactation in the Goat.  Proc WV Acad Science, 34: 7-12, 1962.
A report on milk production in the goat when subjected to high altitude.

Van Liere, E.J.  Otto Knut Olof Folin (1867-1934).  WV Med J., 59: 41-42 (February) 1963.
An account of the year (1899-1900) the biochemist spent at WVU.

Van Liere, E.J.  Alexis St. Martin (1794-1880).  Pharos of Alpha Omega Alpha, 26:  105-108 (October) 1963.
A biographical essay on Alexis St. Martin and a statement on all those who were/are involved in human experimentation.

Van Liere, E.J.  Resistance to Hypoxia.  Arch Intern Med, 113: 418-427 (March) 1964.
Historical essay of research efforts to lessen the effects of hypoxia in man.

Van Liere, E.J.  Circadian Rhythm in Medicine.  WV Med J., 60: 340-4341 (November) 1964.
A commentary on the new medical term.

Van Liere, E.J.  Cooperative Agreement Between West Virginia University School of Medicine and the Medical College of Virginia.  J Med Edu, 39: 1051-55 (November) 1964.
An account of the cooperation between the two schools. Also in - The West Virginia Medical Journal.  61: 118-120 (May) 1965.

Van Liere, E.J., W.E. Bell, T.R. Mazzocco, and D.W. Northup: Mechanism of Action of Nitrous Oxide, Ether, and Chloroform on the Uterus.  Am J Obstet Gynecol, 90: 811-818 (November) 1964.
Ether and chloroform inhibit contractions; nitrous oxide does not.  See also number 132.

Van Liere, E.J., Barbara Krames, and D.W. Northup.  Differences in Cardiac Hypertrophy in Exercise and in Hypoxia.  Circ Res, 16: 244-248 (March) 1965.
Cardiac hypertrophy occurs to the right ventricle during both hypoxia and exercise.

Regression of Cardiac Hypertrophy Following Exposure to Hypoxia.  E.J. Van Liere, Barbara B. Krames, and Jeffery M. Yost.  Physiologist, 8: 295 (No. 3. August) 1965.  Abstract.
Regression is completed in 15-20 days.

Effect of Cyclopropane, Trichlorethylene, and Ethyl Chloride on the Uterus of the Dog.  E.J. Van Liere, T.R. Mazzocco, and D.W. Northup.  Am J Obstet Gynecol, 94: 861-867 (March 15) 1966.
Neither of the anesthetics affects uterine contractions.

Dr. John H. Watson and the Subclavian Steel.  E.J. Van Liere.  Arch Int Med, 118: 245-248 (September) 1966.
Discussion of the effect of this injury upon Dr. Watson.

Creative Ideas in Biologic Research.  E.J. Van Liere. PHAROS, 29: 107 (October) 1966.
The creative process in scientific research is discussed.

The Tyranny of Medical Terms.  E.J. Van Liere.  WV Med J., 62: 341-342 (October) 1966.
The difficulties encountered in trying to change medical terms for the sake of clarity are delineated.

The Heart Weight and Ventricular Weights of Normal Adult Albino Rats.  Barbara B. Krames and E.J. Van Liere.  Anat Rec, 156: 461-465 (December) 1966.
The use of heart weight only as opposed to using both hw/bw in the rat will affect the outcome of an experiment.

Pressure Development in the Hypertrophied Heart.  Barbara B. Krames, D.W. Northup and E.J. Van Liere.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 124: 150-152 (January) 1967.
Isometric pressure is decreased.

Growth of Medical Center Library.  E.J. Van Liere, WV Med J., 63: 216-217 (July) 1967.
A statement on the design, the number of books and journals in the library as of 1967, and importance of the medical library to those who fund it and those who use it.

Albert Moore Reese, Ph.D., (1872-1965).  WV Med J., 63: 452-453 (December) 1967.
An obituary on A. M. Reese, Ph.D.

Failure of Cortisone and ACTH to Regulate Cardiac Hypertrophy.  D.W. Northup, E.J. Van Liere, and Jack Hunnell.  Experentia, 23: 1061 (December) 1967.
A short commentary stating the above.

West Virginia University School of Medicine.  Int Med Dig,  84: 2-4 (No. 1) (January) 1968.
A short historical essay on the medical school. One of a series of ketches on medical schools in America. Clark Sleeth wrote the guest editorial for this issue.

Enrollment in the Medical Center at West Virginia University - First Semester of Academic Year 1967-68.  E.J. Van Liere, WV Med J., 64: 103-104 (March) 1968.
An account of the academic growth of the Medical Center on its ten year anniversary.

Effect of RNA Inhibitors on the Cardiac Hypertrophy of Altitude.  J.C. Stickney, E.J. Van Liere, and Jack Hunnell.  Fed Proc, 27: 284 (March-April) No. 2 1968.  Abstract.
Under experimental conditions, RNA inhibitors failed to prevent hypertrophy.

Tobias George Smollett, M.D.  Physician and Author.  E.J. Van Liere.  PHAROS, 31: 91-93 (July) 1968.
An essay on the life of Tobias Smollett, physician and author.

Robb Spalding Spray, Ph.D. (1890-1966).  Father of Medical Bacteriology at West Virginia University.  E.J. Van Liere.  WV Med J., 64: 446-448 (November) 1968.
A biographical obituary of a life-long friend.

Cardiac Weight Following Chronic Reserpine Administration and Discontinuous Altitude Exposure.  J.C. Stickney and E.J. Van Liere.  Fed Proc, 28: 655 (March & April) 1969.  Abstract.
Increased cardiac weight may be attributed to a decrease in cardiac work.

Size of Cardiac Ventricles in Experimental Hyperthyroidism in the Rat.  E.J. Van Liere, D.A. Sizemore, and J. Hunnell.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 132: 663-665, (November) 1969.
The right ventricle shows greater hypertrophy than the left.

Effect of Digitoxin Upon Heart Weight at Simulated High Altitude in Rats.  J.C. Stickney, D.A. Sizemore, and E.J. Van Liere.  Fed Proc, 29: 592 (March & April) 1970.  Abstract.
Digitoxin has no significant effect.

The Question of Cardiac Hypertrophy During Pregnancy.  E.J. Van Liere.  Surv Obstet Gynecol, 25: 507-513 (May) 1970.
Cardiac hypertrophy probably does not occur in pregnancy.

Regression of Cardiac Hypertrophy Following Experimental Hyperthyroidism in Rats.  E.J. Van Liere and D.A. Sizemore.  Proc Soc Exp Med Bio, 136: 645-648 (February) 1971.
It takes about two weeks for the heart to return to normal size.

The Flex Examination in West Virginia.  E.J. Van Liere.  WV Med J., 67: 10-11 (January) 1971.
An essay on the then new FLEX exam.

Special Application of Physical Activity in the Individual With Disorders of the Digestive System.  E.J. Van Liere.  Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine.  The MacMillan Co., New York 1971. Ed. By Leonard Larson, Ph.D. 1971.  1707 pages.  (Page 1411 - my article).

The Question of Cardiac Hypertrophy in Marathon Runners.  E.J. Van Liere.  J Sports Med Phys Fitness, 11: (No. 4) 246-251 (December) 1971.
A literature review of the subject with the conclusion that cardiac hypertrophy does not occur.

Effect of Reserpine and Simulated High Altitude Upon Heart Weight in Rats.  J.C. Stickney, D.A. Sizemore, and E.J. Van Liere.  Proc WV Acad Science, 43: 94-97, 1971.
Reserpine does not prevent increased heart weight.

Regression of Altitude-Produced Cardiac Hypertrophy.  D.A. Sizemore, T.M. McIntyre, E.J. Van Liere, and M.F. Wilson.  J Appl Physiol, 35: (No. 4) 518-521 (October) 1973.
There is no significant difference in the rate of regression in the right and left ventricle.

Effect of Digitoxin on Hypoxia-Produced Cardiac Hypertrophy in Rats.  E.J. Van Liere, S.K. Roberts, D.A. Sizemore, and J.C. Stickney.  Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 145:  220-221 (January) 1974.
Digitoxin prevents cardiac hypertrophy to the left ventricle but not to the right ventricle.