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14 minutes Acetonitrile activity amount animals antitoxic horse serum appear bacilli blood body c. c. antitoxic horse c. c. normal horse c. c. toxine caseous cause cells CENT IODINE containing Controls culture cyst Date Dead death determined Died disease effect enlarged experiments February Feeding of cakes forms glands gram growth guinea pigs heated immunity increased injection inoculated intraperitoneally July June killed later liver M. J. Rosenau Marked method mgms mice milk Milk culture minutes after immersion minutes at 60 mites mouse nodules normal horse roan observed obtained omentum organism parasites percentage period physiological placed poison preparations produced Reaction Remarks reported resistance sensitized severe showed Slight solution standard subcutaneously substance symptoms Table temperature tetanus tetanus toxine thyroid tion toxicity toxine tubercle bacilli tuberculin typhoid fever unit Weight
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