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A stomach lesion in guinea pigs caused by diphtheria toxine and its bearing upon experimental gastric ulcer. 1906
Antiseptic and germicidal properties of solutions of formaldehyde and their action upon toxines 1907
Collected studies on typhus 1912
Design of a particulate aerodynamic test facility / 1971
Friedmann treatment for tuberculosis : a report of the board appointed for its investigation / 1914
Further studies upon anaphylaxis 1908
Further studies upon the phenomenon of anaphylaxis 1909
I. Maternal transmission of immunity to diphtheria toxine. II. Maternal transmission of immunity to diphtheria toxine and hypersusceptibility to horse serum in the same animal / 1906
I. Method of standardizing disinfectants with and without organic matter 1912
I. The influence of age and temperature on the potency of diphtheria antitoxin, by John F. Anderson. II. An organism (Pseudomonas protea) isolated from water, agglutinated by the serum of typhoid fever patients, by W. H. Frost. III. Some considerations on colorimetry, and a new colorimeter, IV. A gas generator, in four forms, for laboratory and technical use, by Norman Roberts. 1910
I. The presence of tubercle bacilli in the circulating blood in clinical and experimental tuberculosis 1909
Influence of antitoxin upon post-diphtheritic paralysis 1907
Presence of tetanus in commercial gelatin, 1902
Spotted fever (tick fever) of the Rocky mountains. A new disease. 1903
Standardization of tetanus antitoxin : (an American unit established under authority of the act of July 1, 1902) / 1912
Studies upon anaphylaxis, with special reference to the antibodies concerned / 1910
Studies upon hypersusceptibility and immunity 1907
Study of the cause of sudden death following the injection of horse serum 1906
The origin and prevalence of typhoid fever in the Distric of Columbia : (1909-1910) / 1911

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