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Homologous serum hepatitis and infectious (epidemic) hepatitis; studies in volunteers bearing on immunological and other characteristics of the etiological agents.
A. Etiological Agents. The hepatitis viruses used in these studies were obtained from three different immediate sources: 1. Virus SH. This virus was present in the pool of mumps convalescent plasmaExpand
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THE PREVENTION AND ATTENUATION OF INFECTIOUS HEPATITIS BY GAMMA GLOBULIN: PRELIMINARY NOTE
Infectious hepatitis (epidemic hepatitis, infective hepatitis) has been stated to be one of the most important diseases of the present war. 1 It has also been a serious problem in civilianExpand
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CHEMICAL, CLINICAL, AND IMMUNOLOGICAL STUDIES ON THE PRODUCTS OF HUMAN PLASMA FRACTIONATION. XXXVI. INACTIVATION OF THE VIRUS OF HOMOLOGOUS SERUM HEPATITIS IN SOLUTIONS OF NORMAL HUMAN SERUM ALBUMIN
The extensive administration of whole blood, plasma, and serum in the past few years has made the problem of homologous serum hepatitis an important one. The 23,000 cases of hepatitis in Armed ForcesExpand
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AN EPIDEMIC OF INFECTIOUS HEPATITIS APPARENTLY DUE TO A WATER BORNE AGENT: EPIDEMIOLOGIC OBSERVATIONS AND TRANSMISSION EXPERIMENTS IN HUMAN VOLUNTEERS
The control of infectious (epidemic) hepatitis, the only pandemic disease of the present war, has been seriously handicapped by the lack of any conclusive evidence concerning its method or methods ofExpand
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HEPATITIS DUE TO THE INJECTION OF HOMOLOGOUS BLOOD PRODUCTS IN HUMAN VOLUNTEERS.
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PHOTOSENSITIVITY AS A CAUSE OF FALSELY POSITIVE CEPHALIN-CHOLESTEROL FLOCCULATION TESTS.
(1) Flocculation of cephalin-cholesterol emulsions by blood serum is markedly influenced by the amount of light to which the serum-saline-antigen suspensions are exposed. Protection from brightExpand
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Viral hepatitis; problems and progress.
  • J. R. Neefe
  • Medicine
  • Annals of internal medicine
  • 1 November 1949
Excerpt The problems associated with certain viral diseases of the liver have been the subject of intensive study during recent years. As methods permitting specific etiologic diagnosis are not ava...
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Recent advances in the knowledge of virus hepatitis.
  • J. R. Neefe
  • Medicine
  • The Medical clinics of North America
  • 1946
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