London: Rhodes, 1701. 4 small copper-plate engravings. xl + 266pp. plus index. short 8vo, rebound in 3/4 calf over marbled boards; front hinge mended, chipped at head of spine and with some loss of leather at tail, both have been mended, ink library stamp to title page. London: H. Rhodes, 1701. A very good copy. Third edition of the first medical parasitology text. "An exhaustive study of the parasites of man. Andry's views were often in advance of his time...
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6 text illus. 7 pages (pp. 320-26). IN: Centralblatt fur Bakteriologie und Parasitenkunde. 1906. I Abt. vol. 41, no.3. Offered entire. 8vo, modern wrapperss; unopened. Jena, 1906. Transmission of syphilis to rabbits. G-M 2399.1.
Paris: 1925. 1 page on heavy-stock construction paper, 5.75 x 9.25 inches, (Paris), no date, circa 1925. Signed "G. Bertrand" and written in French. Translated in part: "...I have come here as an apostle of Science, that inexhaustible solace of progress. I have found masters as passionate to teach as their students are to learn, but an organization that is too inadequate from the point from the point of view of scientific research. In exchange for some of the associations...
18 pages. Slim 8vo,original printed wrappers. Reprinted from the Journal of the American Medical Assoc., n.d. Commercial applications of vaccinations and other cures of infectious diseases.
Jena: Centralblatt fuer Bakteriologie, 1889. 7pp. IN: Centralblatt fuer Bakteriologie und Paraseitenkunde, vol. 5, no. 25 pp.817-23. Modern wrappers. Jena, 1889. Very good. "Following Nuttall's work, Buchner demonstrated that the bactericidal power of defibrinated blood was possessed by the cell-free serum, and was lost on heating the serum to 55 degrees C. for one hour." GM 2543. Deals with bacteriology and vaccination.
London: Oxford University Press, 1960. Illustrated. xii + 422pp., 8vo, cloth, d.w.; a few pencil notations on front and rear endpapers, front hinge beginning, dust wrapper price clipped and lightly chipped. London: Oxford University Press, (1960). Reprint of the 1938 edition. A very good copy in a very good (-) dust wrapper. University of London, Heath Clark LEctures, 1936. Garrison Morton 2580.
Folding tables. 99 pages + ads. Thin tall 8vo, original green printed wrappers; backstrip torn at head and tail. London, 1935. Medical Research Council, Special Report Series, No. 205.
With an Addendum by C.F. Robinow. 20 plates, text illus. and tables. 460pp. 8vo, cloth; front hinge weak. Cambridge, Mass., 1945. Dubos was the American bacteriologist who discovered tyrocidine and gramicidin, and developed a method of culturing tubercle bacilli.
Springfield: Charles Thomas, 1938. Illustrated;. 4to, half black morocco, (ex-lib). Springfield: Charles Thomas, 1938. Very good. Inscribed by the author on the title page.
3 color plates. 69 pages. 8vo, original gray printed wrappers; edgeworn and spine reinforced, internally clean. Hamburg & Leipzig, 1886. Fraenkel is best remembered for his important work in bacteriology and Simmonds for studies in endocrinology.
172pp., small 8vo, cont. stiff wrs., ex-lib. Paris: Foucault, 1817. Comprises the entire volume, but title-page reads simply, "Prix de la Societe de Medecine de Paris, seante a l'Hotel-de-Ville."
1936. Scarce signed medical journal titled "The Pathology of the Tropical Typhus (Rural Type) of the Federated Malay States," reprinted from"The Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology," Vol. XLII, No. 1., pp. 23-30, 1936, with photographic plates, inscribed to acclaimed American Pathologist, "Dr. William George MacCallum, with the author's compliments, R. Lewthwaite." Minor foxing along the top and right margins, but still in very good condition overall. British bacteriologist who made groundbreaking discoveries in the identity and treatment of hybrid Typhus...
13 pages (pp. 129-141) IN: Centralblatt fur Bakteriologie und Parasitenkunde. 1892, vol. 11, no. 5. Offered entire. 8vo, modern wrappers. Jena, 1892. Isolation of Salmonella typhimurium. G-M 2507.
New York: Macmillan, 1939. 319 pages (ex-lib stamp to top edge and title page), thick 8vo, black blind and gilt stamped cloth (one subtle scrape to front cover). New York: Macmillan, (1939). A very good(+) copy.
3 pages (pp. 1458-1460) IN: Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift, Vol. 30, No. 40. 4to, modern wrappers. Berlin, 1904. First Edition. Whole number offered entire. Bacteriotropins named and described. GM 2560.
Paris: Institute Pasteur, 1898. 30pp. 8vo, stiff beige wrappers. (Paris: Institute, 1898). In Annales de l'Institut Pasteur, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 161-191. With a Notice sur la Bacteriologie de la Verruga du Perou appended (same author). Nicolle, a pupil of Pasteur, won the Nobel Prize in medicine in 1928 for his demonstration of the transmission of typhus by the body louse.
New York: Pfizer, 1958. Illustrated. 207 pages, 8vo, pictorial cloth. New York: Pfizer, (1958). Near Fine. Symposium held on the 100th anniversary of the publication of Louis Pasteur's Memoire sur la fermentation appelee lactique.
Paris: Mallet-Bachelier, 1857. 4 pages (913-916) IN: Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l'Academie des Sciences. Volume 45, July - December 1857. Volume offered entire with 1160pp in all. Very thick 4to, original brown wrappers with paper spine label. Paris: Mallet-Bachelier, 1857. First edition. First publication of Pasteur's work which preceded the slightly longer 1858 articles in Annales de Chimie et de Physique. A near fine copy with clean uncut pages. The first memoir on lactic fermentation that marked the...
Paris: Masson, 1899. 14pp. IN: Annales de l'Institut Pasteur, vol. 13, pp. 937-950. Thick 8vo, cloth, ex-lib. Paris: Masson, 1899. First Edition. Very good. Volume offered entire. Isolation of Cocco-bacillus foetidus ozaenae from the nose of patients suffering from ozaena. GM 3312.
Color plate, charts. 70pp. 8vo, orig. wrs. bound in black morocco; rubbed. Chicago, 1915. Plotz did the first successful cultivation of measles virus (GM 5449). Reprint from the Journal of Infectious Diseases.
Cordoba: 1927. 1 page, 5.75 x 4.5 inches, Cordoba, October 10, 1927, written in Italian, sending his wishes for good success to a colleague and adding that his hard work will bring about many accomplishments. Sanarelli has mounted an image of himself to the letter, measuring 3.75 x 2.5 inches. Fine condition. Italian physician and pioneer bacteriologist who spent years trying to determine the cause of yellow fever. In 1897 he published a thesis claiming to have discovered the yellow...
7 pages (pp. 617-620 and 697-699) IN: Muenchener Medizinische Wochenschrift, Vol. 57, Nos. 12 and 13. Two parts offered together. Tall 4to, sewn, modern wrappers. Muenchen, 1910. First Edition. Both whole numbers offered entire. First to isolate Strep. viridans in cases of bacterial endocarditis. Schottmueller named the condition Endocarditis lenta. GM 2836.
New York: Rockefeller Institute, 1928. 2 plates. 21 pages (pp. 247-268) FROM: The Journal of Experimental Medicine, Volume 48. Slim 8vo, modern wrappers. New York: Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, 1928. Very Good. "Shwartzman phenomenon", GM 2576.
London: Scientific Press, 1898. 50 plates, 111 original photomicrographs with explanatory text, by staff members of St. George's Hospital Medical School in London, tissue guards. 120pp. 8vo, green cloth (spine faded). London: Scientific Press, 1898. First Edition. Scarce. Very good.
Chicago: American Medical Association, 1920. Illustrated, tall 8vo, blue cloth. Chicago: American Medical Association, 1920. Very good (+). "A great pioneer in the study of bacteriology" - Garrison.