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The subject of bacteriologic and enzyme chemistry is becom ing of such increasing importance that a thorough knowledge of it is essential to any one interested in the technical, industrial and sanitary matters. Indeed, the general physician should have some knowledge of it, especially as presented in this work of Fowler. The various subjects discussed are treated clearly and with sufficient conciseness to assure a careful reader a good understanding of many matters of importance and interest, such, for instance, as the provision of a pure water-supply and the disposal of sewage and other waste products.
The extremely technical parts of this subject are treated in such a way that the average reader who has some knowledge of chemistry cannot fail to grasp it; while the other portions of the work are taken up in a most fascinating way. The book should be of value to laboratory workers especially, and
An Introduction to Bacteriological and Enzyme Chemistry. JAMA. 1911;LVII(3):240. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260070244031
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