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Abstracts from Current Literature

Abstracts from Current Literature from Abstracts Current Literature and Pathology, Bacteriology Biochemistry Susceptibility of the Gopher to Myco- (Citellus Tridecemlineatus) eacterium Tuberculosis. W. H. Am. Path. Feldman, J. 7:139 (March) to The striped is susceptible experimental inoculation with the gopher human, bovine and avian forms of the tubercle bacillus. All three well defined types gave lesions after intravenous but the avian is less successful after inoculation, type or subcutaneous lesions were not found after intraperitoneal injection. Pulmonary intravenous with avian and it would that the of the injection bacilli, appear lungs a resistance to this as is the case in the gopher possess peculiar type, The dog. cellular reaction to the is the same with all three organism essentially types. The absence of lesions in one indicates this animal gopher that would not be a substitute for the in routine satisfactory guinea-pig diagnosis. Cleveland. Moore, Changes to The Pathologic Following Experimental Exposure of Dogs Mycobacterium Tuberculosis of Avian Origin. W. H. Am. Feldman, Path. 7:147 1931. J. (March) were inoculated and with tubercle bacilli of Dogs intravenously intracerebrally avian Of ten intravenous four showed and in origin. dogs given injections, lesions, three one could tubercle bacilli be identified. In of them, the lesions http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American journal of diseases of children American Medical Association

Abstracts from Current Literature

American journal of diseases of children , Volume 42 (6) – Dec 1, 1931

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1931 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0096-8994
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1538-3628
DOI
10.1001/archpedi.1931.01940190173016
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from Abstracts Current Literature and Pathology, Bacteriology Biochemistry Susceptibility of the Gopher to Myco- (Citellus Tridecemlineatus) eacterium Tuberculosis. W. H. Am. Path. Feldman, J. 7:139 (March) to The striped is susceptible experimental inoculation with the gopher human, bovine and avian forms of the tubercle bacillus. All three well defined types gave lesions after intravenous but the avian is less successful after inoculation, type or subcutaneous lesions were not found after intraperitoneal injection. Pulmonary intravenous with avian and it would that the of the injection bacilli, appear lungs a resistance to this as is the case in the gopher possess peculiar type, The dog. cellular reaction to the is the same with all three organism essentially types. The absence of lesions in one indicates this animal gopher that would not be a substitute for the in routine satisfactory guinea-pig diagnosis. Cleveland. Moore, Changes to The Pathologic Following Experimental Exposure of Dogs Mycobacterium Tuberculosis of Avian Origin. W. H. Am. Feldman, Path. 7:147 1931. J. (March) were inoculated and with tubercle bacilli of Dogs intravenously intracerebrally avian Of ten intravenous four showed and in origin. dogs given injections, lesions, three one could tubercle bacilli be identified. In of them, the lesions

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American journal of diseases of childrenAmerican Medical Association

Published: Dec 1, 1931

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