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" Vaughan isolated a toxic substance, tyrotoxicon, from milk, which was poisonous for man and animals. 3. Bacteria may be introduced from , without ; or the ordinary saprophytic bacteria which inhabit the intestinal canal may take on a special virulence.... "
Sajous's Analytical Cyclopędia of Practical Medicine - Page 160
by Charles Eucharist de Medicis Sajous - 1906
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The Monthly Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine and ..., Volume 3; Volume 14

Medicine - 1900
...ordinary saprophytic bacteria which inhabit the intestinal canal may take on a special virulence. 4. The most severe disturbances are caused by the metabolism...substances; the products act as powerful irritants to ihe intestines, and, by injuring the intestinal wall, gain access to the blood and lymphatics, in this...
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Cincinnati Lancet and Clinic, Volume 44

Medicine - 1900
...ordinary saprophytic bacteria which inhabit the intestinal canal may take on a special virulence. 4. The most severe disturbances are caused by the metabolism...way producing the local and constitutional symptoms. 5. There can be no doubt that specific intestinal infection may occur in infants. Typhoid fever, though...
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Pediatrics, Volume 9

Children - 1900
...ordinary saprophytic bacteria which inhabit the intestinal canal may take on a special virulence. 4. The most severe disturbances are caused by the metabolism...way producing the local and constitutional symptoms. 5. There can be no do doubt that specific intestinal infection may occur in infants. Typhoid fever,...
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Progressive Medicine: A Quarterly Digest of Advances, Discoveries ..., Volume 1

Hobart Amory Hare - Medicine - 1901
...ordinary saprophytic bacteria which inhabit the intestinal canal may take on a special virulence. 4. The most severe disturbances are caused by the metabolism of bacteria. These micro-organisms either produce acids or cause decomposition of albuminoid substances ; the products act as powerful...
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Pediatrics, Volume 14

Children - 1902
...ordinary saprophytic bacteria which inhabit the intestinal tract, may take on a specific virulence. 4. The most severe disturbances are caused by the metabolism...of bacteria; these microorganisms by their activity produce acids and cause decomposition of albuminoid substances ; the products act as powerful irritants...
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Pediatrics, Volume 14

Children - 1902
...ordinary saprophytic bacteria which inhabit the intestinal tract, may take on a specific virulence. 4. The most severe disturbances are caused by the metabolism...of bacteria; these microorganisms by their activity produce acids and cause decomposition of albuminoid substances ; the products act as powerful irritants...
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Pediatrics, Volume 9

Children - 1900
...ordinary saprophytic bacteria which inhabit the intestinal canal may take on a special virulence. 4. The most severe disturbances are caused by the metabolism...way producing the local and constitutional symptoms. 5. There can be no do doubt that specific intestinal infection may occur in infants. Typhoid fever,...
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The Medical Herald, Volume 21

1902
...ordinary saphrophytic bacteria which inhabit the intestinal canal may take on a special virulence. The most severe disturbances are caused by the metabolism of bacteria. These micro-organisms either produce acids or cause decomposition of albuminoid substances; the products act as powerful...
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The Cincinnati Lancet-clinic, Volume 83

Medicine - 1900
...ordinary saprophytic bacteria which inhabit the intestinal canal may take on a special virulence. 4. The most severe disturbances are caused by the metabolism...way producing the local and constitutional symptoms. 5. There can be no doubt that specific intestinal infection may occur in infants. Typhoid fever, though...
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The Georgia Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 7, Issue 2

St. Joseph B. Graham, William Edward Fitch - Medicine - 1900
...ordinary saprophytic bacteria which inhabit the intestinal canal may take on a special virulence. 4. The most severe disturbances are caused by the metabolism...way producing the local and constitutional symptoms. 5. There can be no doubt that specific intestinal infection may occur in infants. Typhoid fever, though...
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