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Ehrlich, P. & S. Hata"
Die experimentelle Chemotherapie der Spirillosen. (Syphilis, Ruckfallfieber, Huhnerspirillose, Frambusie). Mit Beitragen von H.J. Nichols - New York, J. Iversen - St. Petersburg, Bitter - Kairo und Dreyer - Kairo."
Berlin, Verlag von Julius Springer, 1910. W. 27 textills. and 5 pls., many tables in the text (of which 3 folding tables.). Original full green publ. cloth, spine and upper cover giltlettered. (Viii, 164, Iv (Bookseller's cat.) pp.). First edition. G&M 2403: 'After many experiments on the action of synthetic drugs upon spiraechaetal diseases, Ehrlich and Hata, in 1909 discovered Salversan ('606'), specific in the treatment of syphillis and yaws.' An excellent copy in the original publisher's cloth.: Dsb vol. Iv, pp. 295 - 303: '. in September 1906. Ehrlich prophesied the creation of substances in the chemist's retort that would be able to exert their full action exclusively on the parasite harboured within the organism and would represent, so to speak, magic bullets which seek their target of their own accord. It culminated in his announcement before the Congress. at Wiesbaden. 1910, that a synthetic arsenical compund, which he called. (Salversan), had shown curative properties in rabbit syphilis and fowl spirillosis, and also in clinical trials on syphilitic patients.': Grolier 100, item 92: Heirs of Hippocrates, 2159: Norman 686: Pmm 402: Dibner, Herlads, item 136: 'The hunt for a drug that might be fatal to a micro-organism but harmless to human tissues led Ehrlich to the discovery of the specific, salvarsan. It required 606 trials and this remedy for syphilis was therefore popularly known as 606: Waller 2707:"
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