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Each of the chapters of this text corresponds to one of the Lane Lectures, delivered at the Leland Stanford University, in October of 1928. In these lectures an effort was made to explain as fully as possible the extremely complicated subject of bacteriophagy, and to make the text understandable to all intelligent persons, although addressed especially to practitioners of medicine. The therapeutic applications derived from these phenomena are considered, and it is claimed that these applications are daily being extended to embrace more and more diseases, and that today in most of the large hospitals of the world they form
The Bacteriophage and Its Clinical Applications.. Ann Intern Med. 1930;3:1064–1065. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-10-1064_2
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