The Use of Mice in Tests of Immunity against Yellow Fever
In this article, Sawyer and Lloyd reported that they had developed a reliable technique for testing human exposure to yellow
fever, using mice instead of rhesus monkeys. This made it economically possible to do testing on large populations to determine
whether yellow fever had been present in a given area within the present generation, and to estimate the time and extent of
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Sawyer, Wilbur A.
Periodical: Sawyer, Wilbur A., and Wray Lloyd. "The Use of Mice in Tests of Immunity against Yellow Fever." Journal of Experimental
Medicine 54, (1931): 533-555. Article. 23 Images.
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Reproduced from the Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1931, 54, 533-555 by copyright permission of the Rockefeller University
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
The Yellow Fever Laboratory: Rockefeller Foundation, 1928-1937
The Distribution of Yellow Fever Immunity in North America, Central America, The West Indies, Europe, Asia, and Australia,
with Special Reference to the Specificity of the Protection Test (1936)