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This small volume sums up certain investigations and experiences of the author while actively engaged in public health work in the field and laboratory. In thirteen short chapters, each with its summary and bibliography, the more important characteristics of the intestinal bacteria are discussed and selected laboratory methods described. Clinical bacteriologists will find the book of especial interest. A sense of undue brevity and of incompleteness in some of the chapters may be explained by the fact that the work was posthumously published.
S. L. J.
The Bacteriology of Typhoid, Salmonella and Dysentery: Infections and Carrier States.. Ann Intern Med. 1936;10:557. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-10-4-557_1
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