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Institute for Infectious Diseases
The regular meeting of the Kitasato Institute for Infectious Diseases was held in the institute at Tokyo, Dec. 7, 1929, and the second session on the 14th of the same month. Papers were read as follows: on the morphologic studies of soya sauce intoxication, by Dr. Kawakubo; on the artificial cultivation of the intima cells of the aorta, by Dr. Shibuya; on the passage of the virus of mumps and Tsutsugamushi disease through the testes of the rabbit, by Dr. Takube; on general syphilis of the rabbit, by Dr. Amaya; on colloidum membrane dialyzation, by Dr. Watanabe; on the blood sugar contents of rabbits inoculated with rabies virus (fixed virus), by Drs. Takube and Okamoto; on differences of susceptibility to typhoid, by Drs. Yamaguchi and Matsuda; on the relation between the passage of tuberculosis bacilli through the skin and immunization, by Dr. Ono, and on the
JAPAN. JAMA. 1930;94(11):805. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02710370049022
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