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Alterations in Autarceologic Susceptibility to Experimental Poliomyelitis.∗
- W. L. Aycock
- 1 May 1936
Dissemination of the virus of poliomyelitis is widespread, but the paralytic disease is limited; exposure tends to be uniform, while the occurrence of the frank disease is variable; infection tends… Expand
Immunity to Poliomyelitis in Normal Individuals in Urban and Rural Communities as indicated by the Neutralization Test.
IMMUNITY TO POLIOMYELITIS IN MOTHERS AND THE NEWBORN AS SHOWN BY THE NEUTRALIZATION TEST
Neutralization tests for the virus of poliomyelitis on blood serum of urban mothers and their newborn infants showed that immunity was present in ten out of twelve (83 per cent) infants and in ten… Expand
THE EFFECT OF STILBESTROL ON EXPERIMENTAL STREPTOCOCCAL INFECTION IN MICE1
EARLY MEDICAL literature is replete with explanations of the causation of disease derived from long observation of the individual and his response to external environment. Lacking the tools of modern… Expand
The relation of sex, pregnancy and menstruation to susceptibility in poliomyelitis.
MANY of the general features of the distribution of poliomyelitis are reflections of the widespread dissemination of the virus as it is affected by immunity in the population resulting from previous… Expand
TONSILLECTOMY AND POLIOMYELITIS: I. EPIDEMIOLOGIC CONSIDERATIONS
- W. L. Aycock
- 1 February 1942
The Occurrence of Poliomyelitis Following Tonsillectomy