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Ciba Foundation symposium on experimental tuberculosis : bacillus and host : with an addendum on leprosy

Author: G E W Wolstenholme; Margaret P Cameron; Cecilia M O'Connor; Ciba Foundation.
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, 1955.
Series: Ciba Foundation symposium.
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Symposium on Experimental Tuberculosis (1954 : London).
Ciba Foundation Symposium on Experimental Tuberculosis.
Boston, Little, Brown, 1955
(OCoLC)598840280
Online version:
Symposium on Experimental Tuberculosis (1954 : London).
Ciba Foundation Symposium on Experimental Tuberculosis.
Boston, Little, Brown, 1955
(OCoLC)608370962
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G E W Wolstenholme; Margaret P Cameron; Cecilia M O'Connor; Ciba Foundation.
OCLC Number: 2955815
Notes: Proccedings of the Symposium on the Tubercle Bacillus and the Reactions of the Host Tissues, held Oct. 5-7, 1954 at the Ciba Foundation.
Description: xii, 396 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Contents: Proteins of the tubercle bacillus / M. Stacey --
Chemical structure and biological activity of mycolic acids / J. Asselineau and E. Lederer --
Mycobactin, a growth factor for acid-fast bacilli / F.L. Rose and G.A. Snow --
Polysaccharide components of the tubercle bacillus / M. Stacey --
Granuloma-producing properties of synthetic fatty acids / J. Ungarm --
Early tissue reactions to tubercle bacilli and their products / A.A. Miles --
Succinic dehydrogenase activity in tuberculous animals / S.P. Martin, S.N. Chaudhuri, C.D. Cooper and R. Green --
Biochemical factors which may influence the fate of tubercle bacilli in tissues / James G. Hirsch --
Bacterial components concerned in the early phase of infection / Hubert Bloch --
Serological activity of various fractions of culture filtrates of the tubercle bacillus / Stephen V. Boyden and Ernst Sorkin --
The serology of tubercle polysaccharides / C.N. Iland and D.B. Peacock --
The chemical nature of the lipoidal factor of the tubercle bacillus responsible for the induction of tuberculous hypersensitivity / S. Raffei, J. Asselineaud. and E. Ledererd --
Tubercle bacilli as immunological adjuvants / R.L. Mayer --
Relation between growth inhibitory property of monocytes for tubercle bacilli and hypersensitivity to tuberculin : an in vitro study / Emanuel Suter --
Tuberculous hypersensitivity and desensitization / George Brownlee and D.G. Madigan --
Tubercle bacilli in infected tissues grown on tissue culture / E.M. Brieger --
The rôle of bacterial multiplication in the establishment of immunity to tuberculosis / Hubert Bloch --
On the mode of action of cortisone on the pathogenesis of tuberculosis and its implications for the nature of genetic resistance to the disease / Max B. Lurie and Peter Zappasodi --
The mechanism involved in acquired immunity to tuberculosis / Sidney Raffel --
Human lung tissue reactions to the tubercle bacillus in relation to chemotherapy / Georges Canetti --
Influence of certain surface-active agents on the host-parasite relationship in experimental tuberculosis / P. D'Arcy Hart and R.J.W. Rees --
The relationship between the growth requirements and the pathogenicity of isoniazid-resistant mutants of tubercle bacilli : a study of the rôle of host physiology in susceptibility to infectious disease / G. Middlebrook --
A pathogenetic relationship between tuberculosis and leprosy : the common denominators in the tissue response to mycobacteria / Max B. Lurie --
The leprosy bacillus and the host reaction to it / J. Lowe --
The reaction of the host tissue in relation to Mycobacterium leprae / R.G. Cochrane --
Immunological and physiological basis of immunization in tuberculosis and leprosy / John H. Hanks.
Series Title: Ciba Foundation symposium.
Other Titles: Experimental tuberculosis :
Responsibility: editors for the Ciba Foundation, G.E.W. Wolstenholme and Margaret P. Cameron ; assisted by Cecilia M. O'Connor.

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