WILLARD L. WOOD, M.D.; LLOYD B. JENSEN, Ph.D.; WILBER E. POST, M.D.
We were encouraged to undertake an intensive study of a series of cases of focal infection because of the development of improvements in the methods of identifying sources of infection, and types of bacteria; and of determining the presence or absence of antibody formation. Certain improved methods of vaccine therapy likewise were encouraging.
We refer to the assistance that has been brought to this field of work by the determination of the cataphoretic potential of bacteria, the electrophoretic determination of the effect of serum on bacterial suspensions, and the reactions produced in obscure foci by intracutaneous or subcutaneous injections of
WOOD WL, JENSEN LB, POST WE. ELECTROPHORESIS STUDIES IN CASES OF FOCAL INFECTION(ELECTROPHORESIS STUDIES IN CASES OF FOCAL INFECTION*). Ann Intern Med. 1934;8:734–740. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-8-6-734
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