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Pasteur, L."
Sur les maladies virulentes et en particulier sur la maladie appelee vulgairement cholera des poules."
1880. Paris, Gauthier-Villars, Impr. libraire, des comptes rendus de l'academie des sciences., 1880. large 4to. Original half clf., w. red spine label for the title and a green spine label for the volume number. (Bottom of spine some dam.). [quire 31-4recto to 32-4verso]. (Pp. 239 - 248). [In: Comptes rendus, vol. 90, nr 6, febr. 1880] Pasteur's classic article published in: 'Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des Seances de l'Academie des Sciences', Volume 90, nr. 6, 'Seance du Lundi fevrier 1880, covering the pages (233), 234 - 260.: Dsb vol. X, pp. 350 - 416 [specifically pp. 390/92:] 'The disease is its own preventive. What gave this result special importance and novelty was the demonstrably microbial nature of fowl cholera. Preventive inoculations were not new but they had never been used against a disease known to be caused by a microorganism that might be cultivated outside of living organisms. Never had it been known that the property of nonrecurrence, associated with the so-called virus diseases, could belong to a microbial disease. Fowl cholera thus formed the first clear link between microbial diseases and diseases in the virus of which life has never been recognized.': Grolier 100, Medicine, item 78: 'Variolation, the practice of inoculating with with infected material from smallpox cases, had been proven to to accomplish similar results, and Edward Jenner. demonstrated at the end of the eighteenth century tha cowpox vaccination provided a safer and more efficacious approach to small pox immunity. However, the Mechanism Responsible For This Protection and the means of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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