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Page 16 - Osborne (TB), and Wells (HG). The immunological relationship of hordein of barley and gliadin of wheat as shown by the complement fixation, passive anaphylaxis, and precipitin reactions.
Page 19 - Study of a Spirochete Obtained from a Case of Relapsing Fever in Man with Notes on Morphology, Animal Reactions and Attempts at Cultivation.
Page 18 - CW Further observations on a plague-like disease of rodents with a preliminary note on the causative agent, Bacterium tularense.
Page 20 - Two methods for obtaining a virus of rabies freed from the cells of the host and from contaminating organisms, etc.
Page 7 - Report on Some Experimental Work on the Use of Methylene Blue and Allied Dyes in the Treatment of Tuberculosis, Journal of Infectious Diseases, XIII (1913), 378-403.
Page 59 - The oral administration of antitoxin for prevention of diphtherie, tetanus and possibly sepsis, with some observations on the influence of certain drugs in preventing digestion and promoting absorption from the alimentary canal, p.
Page 19 - Liver necrosis and venous thrombosis in horses actively immunized with diphtheria and tetanus toxins and with streptococci and their products, 3, 619.
Page 21 - On the toxicity of broth, of pneumococcus broth culture filtrates, and on the nature of the proteolytic enzyme obtainable from pneumococci.