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In order that there may be no misapprehension upon the part of bacteriologists who are now engaged in researches relating to the etiology of yellow fever, I give below a brief extract from a paper which I shall send to the Centralblatt fur Bakteriologie for publication.
As stated in my previous paper, my information relating to Sanarelli's bacillus, when this paper was written, was obtained from a translation in the British Medical Journal, of his "Address" given before the University of Montevideo, June 10, 1897. I have since read his paper in the Annales of the Pasteur Institut, and upon my return from Europe in September I passed through Paris, and through the courtesy of Dr. Roux obtained a culture of the "bacillus icteroides" which had recently been sent to the Pasteur Institut by Dr. Sanarelli. I now recognize the fact that there are certain cultural differences, some of
STERNBERG GM. BACILLUS ICTEROIDES AND BACILLUS X. JAMA. 1898;XXX(5):233–234. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.72440570001001
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