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Die Wissenschaftliche Tätigkeit des hygienischen Laboratoriums des „United States Public Health Service“

  • J. G. Fitzgerald

Zusammenfassung

Die „Hygienic Laboratory Bulletins“ sind überall bekannt, wo wissenschaftliche Literatur gefunden werden muß, und bedürfen keiner Empfehlung. Indessen ist bis jetzt noch keine allgemeine Übersicht über die Forschungen des Hygienischen Laboratoriums, trotz der vielseitigen Anerkennung des Wertes der Arbeiten dieses glänzenden Instituts, versucht worden. Der Verfasser beabsichtigt daher, in diesem Artikel einen Überblick über die seit dem Bestehen des Laboratoriums von den verschiedenen Forschern dort geleisteten wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten zu geben.

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© Julius Springer in Berlin 1914

Authors and Affiliations

  • J. G. Fitzgerald
    • 1
  1. 1.TorontoCanada

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