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The federal and state food and drugs acts have necessitated the introduction of bacteriologic methods into food and drugs laboratories. Dr. Schneider suggests that, because of the close relationship between the work of the bacteriologist and that of the micro-analyst, it is desirable that the two branches be combined in such manner that they may cooperate as effectively as possible. This volume is intended to be instrumental in the unification of methods, which are not yet fully worked out in either branch. To this end it contains, in addition to bacteriologic methods, an outline of microanalytic methods. Its use as a laboratory guide presupposes a knowledge of general bacteriology.
Bacteriological Methods in Food and Drugs Laboratories. With an Introduction to Micro-Analytical Methods. JAMA. 1916;LXVI(14):1054. doi:10.1001/jama.1916.02580400060036
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