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The Transmission of Typhus Fever, with Especial Reference to Transmission by the Head Louse (Pediculus capitis)
Notes and References
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1Anderson, John F., and Goldberger, Joseph: The relation of so-called Brill's disease to typhus fever. An experinmental demonstration of their identity. Public Health Reports, vol. 27, Feb. 2, 1912, p. 149.
2Nicolle, Charles; Comte, C.; and Conseil, E.: Transmission experimentale du typhus exanthematique par le pou du corps. C. R. des Acad. Sci., vol. 149, Sept. 6, 1909, p. 486.
3Anderson, John F., and Goldenberger, Joseph: On the infectivity of tabardillo or Mexican typhus for monkeys and studies on its mode of transmission. Public Health Reports, vol. 25, Feb. 18, 1910, p. 177.
4Ricketts, Howard T., and Wilder, Russell M.: The transmission of the typhus fever of Mexico (tabar- diluo) by means of the louse (Pediculus vestimenti). Journ. Am. Med. Assn., vol. 54, Apr. 16, 1910, p. 1304- 1307.
1Wilder, iRussell M.: The problem of the transmission of typhus fever, Journ. Infec. Dis., vol. 9, July, 1911, p. 9-101.
2Nicolle, Charles, and Conseil, C.: Etiolog-ie du typhus exanthematique. Ann. de l'Inst. Pasteur, vol. 25, p. 68-78.