Notes on Bacillus botulinus.

@article{BurkeNotesOB,
  title={Notes on Bacillus botulinus.},
  author={Georgine Burke},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  volume={4 5},
  pages={
          555-570.1
        }
}
The production of heterologous toxins by different strains of B. botulinus was first recognized by Leuchs, in 1910. He produced antitoxins in horses for both the Ellezelles and Darmstadt strains and found that the antitoxin of the Ellezelles strain would protect against the toxin of its own strain but not against the toxin of the Darmstadt strain, and vice versa. In 1917 Dr. E. C. Dickson of the Stanford Medical School, San Francisco, produced antitoxins in three goats, which were immunized… CONTINUE READING

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