Hygienic Laboratory bulletin, Issues 101-105

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1915
 

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Page 71 - Report No. 3 on the origin and prevalence of typhoid fever in the District of Columbia.
Page 70 - No. 21. — The immunity unit for standardizing diphtheria antitoxin (based on Ehrlich's normal serum). Official standard prepared under the act approved July 1, 1902.
Page 2 - Prof. William H. Welch, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.; Prof. Simon Flexner, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York; Prof. Victor C. Vaughan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Prof. William T. Sedgwick, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass., and Prof. Frank F. Wesbrook, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. LABORATORY CORPS. Director.
Page 82 - Digest of comments on the Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America (eighth decennial revision) and the National Formulary (third edition) for the calendar year ending December 31, 1907.
Page 80 - On the stability of the oxidases and their conduct toward various reagents. The conduct of phenolphthalein in the animal organism. A test for saccharin, and a simple method of distinguishing between cumarin and vanillin. The toxicity of ozone and other oxidizing agents to lipase. The influence of chemical constitution on the lipolytic hydrolysis of ethereal salts.
Page 234 - Rosenau. *No. 20. — A zoological investigation into the cause, transmission, and source of Rocky Mountain "spotted fever." By Ch Wardell Stiles. *No. 21. — The immunity unit for standardizing diphtheria antitoxin (based on Ehrlich's normal serum).
Page 70 - No. 32. — A stomach lesion in guinea pigs caused by diphtheria toxine and its bearing upon experimental gastric ulcer. By MJ Rosenau and John F. Anderson. No.
Page 81 - The presence of tubercle bacilli in the circulating blood in clinical and experimental tuberculosis. By John F. Anderson. II. The viability of the tubercle bacillus.
Page 84 - In citing these bulletins, bibliographers and authors are requested to adopt the following abbreviations: Bull. No. , Hyg. Lab., Wash., pp. . The service will enter into exchange of publications with medical and scientific organizations, societies, laboratories, journals, and authors. ALL APPLICATIONS FOR THESE PUBLICATIONS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO THE " Surgeon General, U. 8. Public Health Service, Washington, DC," EXCEPT THOSE MARKED (*) AND (f).
Page 234 - No. 24. — The International Code of Zoological Nomenclature as applied to medicine. By Ch. Wardell Stiles. No. 25.— Illustrated key to the cestode parasites of man.

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