STUDIES ON PYOCYANEUS IMMUNITY: WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE THERAPEUTIC VALUE OF VACCINES

@inproceedings{GildersleeveSTUDIESOP,
  title={STUDIES ON PYOCYANEUS IMMUNITY: WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE THERAPEUTIC VALUE OF VACCINES},
  author={Nathaniel Gildersleeve}
}
Inoculations with dead, attenuated, and even fully virulent bacteria, and extracts of their cells, have been employed to some extent as prophylactic and curative measures in combating the ravages of certain infectious diseases during the past thirty years. In spite of the accumulated experimental evidence demonstrating the value of these agents in inducing immunity, however, their employment was not widespread and, with the exception of an occasional wave of interest sweeping over the medical… CONTINUE READING

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