A Septic Sore Throat Epidemic in Cortland and Homer, N.Y.
In this last publication that resulted from Avery's work at the Hoagland Laboratory in Brooklyn, Avery, North, and White
reported on a streptococcus outbreak in two communities in New York that were linked to a local dairyman's infected cows.
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1914-01 (January 1914)
North, Charles E.
Avery, Oswald T.
Periodical: North, Charles E., Benjamin White, and Oswald T. Avery. "A Septic Sore Throat Epidemic in Cortland and Homer, N.Y.."
Journal of Infectious Diseases 14, 1 (January 1914): 124-143. Article. 20 Images.
University of Chicago Press
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