A Textbook of bacteriology: a treatise on the application of bacteriology and immunology to the etiology, diagnosis, specific therapy and prevention of infectious diseases, for students and practitioners of medicine and public health
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Methods Used in the Microscopic Study and Staining of Bacteria
The Preparation of CultureMedia 108
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