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This work has been designed purely. as a laboratory guide, the one object constantly in view in its preparation having been to make it a book which would both direct the beginner step by step and, at the same time, afford to the more skilled worker such assistance as would enable him to pursue his researches in a profitable direction. It is one of the most complete and satisfactory laboratory guides to microbiology with which we are acquainted. The value to all types of students is much enhanced by the avoidance of purely theoretical discussions. The subject-matter is arranged in seven parts as follows: general technic, the pathogenic bacteria, the parasitic fungi, the pathogenic spirochetes, the protozoan parasites, the filterable viruses, and the application of bacteriologic methods to the examination of water, sewage and air. Each of these sections is subdivided into many groups, so that the mass of information
Practical Bacteriology, Microbiology and Serum Therapy (Medical and Veterinary). JAMA. 1913;61(24):2184. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350250070032
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