PATHOGENICITY OF STAPHYLOCOCCI onstrated by Panton ( 1932 ) and Panton and Valentine ( 1932 )

@inproceedings{ChapmanPATHOGENICITYOS,
  title={PATHOGENICITY OF STAPHYLOCOCCI onstrated by Panton ( 1932 ) and Panton and Valentine ( 1932 )},
  author={G H Chapman and C Berens and A Peters and L M Curcio}
}
Except in the case of abscesses and certain skin infections, early studies of staphylococci furnished no definite information concerning their relation to disease. The term "skin cocci," used to designate albus varieties found in the skin, was in common use and even to-day persists in such trinomials as "Staphylococcus epidermidis albus." On the other hand… CONTINUE READING