A Textbook of Bacteriology: With a Section on Pathogenic Protozoa; 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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