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The History of Bacteriology
The Bacteriology of Everyway Life
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acid agar agglutination agglutinins animals antibodies antigen antitoxin appearance bacillus bacteria bacteriology bacteriophage blood body broth capsule cause cells cent chronic clean Clostridium colonies commonly complement containing culture medium dangerous described diagnosis diphtheria disease disinfectants dose dysentery effect epidemic exotoxin extremely fact fermentation filter filtrable flagella fluid frequently Genus germs given gonococcus gonorrhea Gram stain gram-negative gram-positive grow growth hemolysis highly horse serum immune serum important inasmuch incubation infection inoculation kill known laboratory lesions means meningococcus method milk occasionally organisms Pasteur pathogenic patient physician pneumococcus pneumonia possible practical present produce protein rarely reaction reason result Salmonella scarlet fever skin smear solution specific spores spread sputum stain staphylococcus sterile streptococcus substances susceptible suspension swab symptoms syphilis technic temperature tetanus throat tion tissues toxic toxin treatment tube tubercle tuberculosis typhoid usually vaccine various virulence virus washed Wassermann wound