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The publication in five stately volumes of Pasteur's collected works, rather long delayed, is another noteworthy tribute on the occasion of the centennial of his birth. It is altogether appropriate that the editor is Pasteur's grandson and the son of Pasteur's biographer. It may be permitted to say that Pasteur is fortunate in his biographer and in his editor. The editorial work, the paper, the form and the craftmanship are worthy of the contents. Pasteur's works ought to be in every medical and scientific library of any consequence in order that his epochal contributions to crystallography, fermentation, infection and immunity may be referred to and studied without inconvenience by students of the present and coming generation.
Oeuvres de Pasteur. JAMA. 1923;81(5):413–414. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02650050067041
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