Problems and trends in virus research
by University of Pennsylvania. Bicentennial Conference (1940 : University of Pennsylvania)
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ContentsElementary bodies of vaccinia, by T. M. Rivers.
Chemical properties of viruses, by W. M. Stanley.
Yellow fever and its control, by W. A. Sawyer.
The significance of nasal factors in epidemic influenza, by Thomas Francis, jr.
The influence of host and intermediate reservoir host in determining the epidemiologic pattern of bovine pseudo-rabies and swine influenza, by R. E. Shope.
Studies on measles; experimental disease in man and monkey, by Joseph Stokes, jr., and Geoffrey Rake.
|Publisher|| Philadelphia :University of Pennsylvania press,1941
Rivers, Thomas M.
(Thomas Milton), 1888-1962.
Stanley, Wendell M. (Wendell Meredith), 1904-1971
Sawyer, Wilbur A. (Wilbur Augustus), 1879-1951.
Francis, Thomas, Jr., 1900-1969.
Shope, Richard E. (Richard Edwin), 1901-1966.
Stokes, Joseph, 1896-1972.
Rake, Geoffrey William, 1904-
At head of title: University of Pennsylvania. Bicentennial conference.
3 leaves, 75 pages : including tables, diagram ; 23 cm
Bibliography at end of each paper except one.