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Books Received of the bacteria to induce immunization. He that both found, further, walls of the protected against the Crookes' injury through cells to the action of the radium are liable to tube lead the The small tube is of the succumbing rays by glass envelope. bactericidal much more than so that the tube can deA'elop properties, pronounced proper never be length Roentgen brought the Rabbits Avere with too near ordinary autolytic processes. injected the part exposed. cultures that had been killed to radium and exposure rays, by 101. Leukemia and Treatments.—Arneth has Roentgen been the results that the showed cultures must have been deprived careful of blood the after to making study findings exposure as even or of the animals could bear two three times toxicity, the and all that has been on Roentgen rays, analyzes published the fatal dose of cultures killed heat alone. At the same by in the and Senn's His final subject Europe article. verdict on was time it found that the serum animals thus treated of the thus the offered to date is that the testimony Roentgen rays and antitoxic acquired unusually strong bacteriolytic powers. an have in favorable action but that undoubtedly leukemia, These http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Books Received

JAMA , Volume XLV (16) – Oct 14, 1905

Books Received

Abstract

of the bacteria to induce immunization. He that both found, further, walls of the protected against the Crookes' injury through cells to the action of the radium are liable to tube lead the The small tube is of the succumbing rays by glass envelope. bactericidal much more than so that the tube can deA'elop properties, pronounced proper never be length Roentgen brought the Rabbits Avere with too near ordinary autolytic processes. injected the part exposed. cultures that had been...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1905 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1905.02510160084031
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Abstract

of the bacteria to induce immunization. He that both found, further, walls of the protected against the Crookes' injury through cells to the action of the radium are liable to tube lead the The small tube is of the succumbing rays by glass envelope. bactericidal much more than so that the tube can deA'elop properties, pronounced proper never be length Roentgen brought the Rabbits Avere with too near ordinary autolytic processes. injected the part exposed. cultures that had been killed to radium and exposure rays, by 101. Leukemia and Treatments.—Arneth has Roentgen been the results that the showed cultures must have been deprived careful of blood the after to making study findings exposure as even or of the animals could bear two three times toxicity, the and all that has been on Roentgen rays, analyzes published the fatal dose of cultures killed heat alone. At the same by in the and Senn's His final subject Europe article. verdict on was time it found that the serum animals thus treated of the thus the offered to date is that the testimony Roentgen rays and antitoxic acquired unusually strong bacteriolytic powers. an have in favorable action but that undoubtedly leukemia, These

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Published: Oct 14, 1905

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