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November 30, 1907

FURTHER OBSERVATIONS ON OPSONINS IN NORMAL AND PATHOLOGIC SERA.

Author Affiliations

Visiting Physician to the New York City and French Hospitals, and to the Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled Children, Instructor in Medicine (Columbia). NEW YORK CITY.

JAMA. 1907;XLIX(22):1815-1824. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.25320220001001
Abstract

The following observations represent a summary of most of the work which has been done under my direction since June, 1906. The more definitely planned portion, carried on in Professor Hiss' laboratory at the College of Physicians and Surgeons (Columbia) from Dec. 1, 1906, to April 30, 1907, was made possible by a grant from the Commission for Investigating Respiratory Diseases of the New York Department of Health, to whom I wish here to acknowledge my sincere thanks. The remainder comes from the Lederle Laboratories and from the laboratory of the Private Hospital Association. I have also included some of the results of Dr. Krumwiede's and my observations at the French Hospital, a detailed report of which will be published elsewhere. Drs. Bradley, Hopkins, Avery and Young have performed the details of the technic, and for five months we have had the advantage of Dr. Chas. E. North's direction, advice

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