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The mechanism of immunity in animals to diphtheria and tetanus 1890

  title={The mechanism of immunity in animals to diphtheria and tetanus 1890},
  author={Emil and Van Bebring},
carrying out for some time on diphtheria (von Behring) and tetanus (Kitasato), we have also considered questions of therapy and immunization. In both infectious diseases, we have been able to cure infected animals, as well as to pretreat healthy animals so that later they will not succumb to diphtheria or tetanus. which have appeared in recent years. Aside from the studies on phagocytosis, which seek to explain immunity in terms of the vital activities of the cells, others have considered the… 
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