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Etiology of yellow fever / by Hideyo Noguchi.
Journal of Experimental Medicine
Noguchi, Hideyo, 1876-1928, creator
Cohn, Alfred E. (Alfred Einstein), 1879-1957
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[4-8 only Provides access to page images of digitized parts] 
Countway Medicine

Networked Resource
Place of Origin
[Baltimore, Md
14 v. in 12 : ill. ; 27 cm.


Yellow fever -- Etiology ;  Yellow Fever -- etiology

Tropical Disease

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Yellow Fever

1-3. Symptomatology and pathological findings of the yellow fever prevalent in Guayaquil. Transmission experiments on yellow fever. Symptomatology and pathological findings in animals experimentally infected -- 4. The acquired immunity of guinea pigs against Leptospira icteroides after the inoculation of blood of yellow fever patients -- 5. Properties of blood serum of yellow fever patients in relation to Leptospira icteroides -- 6. Cultivation, morphology, virulence, and biological properties of Leptospira icteroides -- 7. Demonstration of Leptospira icteroides in the blood, tissues, and urine of yellow fever patients and of animals experimentally infected with the organism -- 8. Presence of a Leptospira in wild animals in Guayaquil and its relation to Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae and Leptospira icteroides -- 9. Mosquitoes in relation to yellow fever -- 10. Comparative immunological studies on Leptospira icteroides and Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae -- 11. Serum treatment of animals infected with Leptospira icteroides -- 12. Chemotherapy versus serotherapy in experimental infection with Leptospira icteroides -- 13. Behavior of the heart in the experimental infection of guinea pigs and monkeys with Leptospira icteroides and Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae / by A.E. Cohn and H. Noguchi -- 14. Duration of the protective effect of anti-icteroides immune serum after subcutaneous inoculation into animals.

Reprinted from the Journal of Experimental Medicine, v. 29-36, 1919-1922.

Includes bibliographical references.

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