W. B. WHERRY
Our conception of what goes on during infection and recovery is bound to undergo a change from time to time, for our knowledge of biological processes is always incomplete and we are being perpetually subjected to the influence of new discoveries. The hypothesis I am going to present to you when carried to its logical conclusion is not clear in all its details, but it has directed us in our experimental work and has brought forth results which will aid us in combatting bacterial infections.
An important factor in susceptibility and immunity, and one that largely has been overlooked, is
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WHERRY WB. THE RÔLE OF DESENSITIZATION IN RECOVERY FROM BACTERIAL INFECTION(THE RÔLE OF DESENSITIZATION IN RECOVERY FROM BACTERIAL INFECTION*). Ann Intern Med. 1933;7:728–731. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-7-6-728
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