A Further Study on the Biologic Classification of Pneumococci
By utilizing specific immune reactions, Avery was able to recognize at least three subgroups (biologically related, yet possessing
specific differential characteristics) of Pneumococcus Type II that had previously been identified by fellow Rockefeller Institute
researchers Rufus Cole, Alphonse Dochez, and L. J. Gillespie.
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1915-12 (December 1915)
Avery, Oswald T.
Periodical: Avery, Oswald T. "A Further Study on the Biologic Classification of Pneumococci." Journal of Experimental Medicine
22, 6 (December 1915): 804-819. Article. 16 Images.
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