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October 28, 1939

Methoden der Virusforschung

JAMA. 1939;113(18):1665. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800430057030

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Abstract

This volume has an attractive format and contains excellent subject and author indexes. Almost half the text describes the technics of investigations of plant viruses; the remainder gives most of the procedures involved in studies on viruses derived from man and the lower animals, including those of the rickettsial diseases and pleuropneumonia bovum. At the end of each section are numerous references which add definite value. Of the authors, da Rocha-Lima has the respect and esteem of his colleagues for his original contributions to the subject of rickettsiae, particularly those associated with typhus fever, and Reis has studied avian and virus pathology. Silberschmidt is engaged in investigations on plant viruses, especially the study of the immunologic reactions of plants to infection. Within the last eleven years a number of comprehensive treatises dealing with the general aspects of viral agents and the diseases induced by them have been presented to the

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