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Latent Infections of the Diphtheria Bacillus

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 August 2007

Patrick Watson Williams
Affiliation:
Lecturer on Diseases of the Nose and Throat at the University of Bristol; and in charge of the Ear, Nose and Throat Departments, Bristol Royal Infirmary.

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Copyright © JLO (1984) Limited 1910

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1 A.F.H., Bd. 4, bis 1, Heft 3; Journ. of Laryngol., Rhinol., and Otol., 02, 1909.Google Scholar

1 A Study of the Diphtheria Groups of Organisms,” Edusser, “Studies from the Department of Pathology of College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University,” xi, 19061908.Google Scholar

1 Journ. of Laryngol., Rhinol., and Otol., 11, 1905.Google Scholar

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1 Beiträge zur Kenntniss der Antitoxischen und antünfectiosen Kraft des anti-diphtherieserums,” Cent. f. Bakt., vol. xxii, p. 527; cited by Nuttall, and Smith, Graham.Google Scholar

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3 Arbeiten a. d. Geb. der Patholog. Anatomie, Bd, 6, Heft 2, 1908.Google Scholar

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