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STUDIES ON THE ETIOLOGY OF PRIMARY ATYPICAL PNEUMONIA
Significant increases in neutralizing antibodies were demonstrated in 42 of a total of 69 persons with a clinical diagnosis of primary atypical pneumonia. Detailed titrations of virus-neutralizingExpand
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STUDIES ON THE ETIOLOGY OF PRIMARY ATYPICAL PNEUMONIA
1. A filterable virus from certain cases of primary atypical pneumonia was transmitted to chick embryos by inoculation into the amnion of suspensions of bacteriologically sterile lung tissue orExpand
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Streptococcus pneumoniae colonization, bacteremia, and immune response among persons with human immunodeficiency virus infection.
Although invasive pneumococcal infections are common among men infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the prevalence of pharyngeal colonization with Streptococcus pneumoniae was notExpand
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The use of vaccinia hyperimmune gamma-globulin in the prophylaxis of smallpox.
This paper records an attempt to assess the prophylactic value of immune gamma-globulin, prepared from the serum of recently vaccinated adults, in the protection of close contacts of smallpox inExpand
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Faculty tenure in American medical schools.
Advantages and disadvantages of academic tenure for clinical faculties, including an appraisal of its financial burdens, the utility of modified or alternative systems, and the issue of abolition ofExpand
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Cryptic epidemic of Q fever in a medical school.
Pregnant sheep used in perinatel research were the source of a large outbreak of Q fever in 1980 among the faculty and staff of a medical school. Complement-fixation tests with phase II CoxiellaExpand
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Propagation of dengue virus strains in unweaned mice.
Summary 1.  The New Guinea C and D strains were readily adapted to unweaned mice after a relatively small number of serial intracerebral passages. 2.  Work with dengue virus may be greatlyExpand
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STUDIES ON THE ETIOLOGY OF PRIMARY ATYPICAL PNEUMONIA
Experiments to determine the optimum conditions for propagation of the virus of atypical pneumonia in chick embryos are described. Variations in the activity of infected chick embryo material wereExpand
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