The Role of the Monocyte in Tuberculosis
- The Role of the Monocyte in Tuberculosis
Sabin, Florence R.
Kindwall, J. A.
Cunningham, Robert S.
- In this article, her first on the mechanism of tuberculosis, Sabin and her colleagues presented evidence to show that tuberculosis infection causes an overproduction of monocytes and their derivatives, and alters the cytoplasmic activity of such cells so that they become a suitable medium for the tuberculosis mycobacterium.
- Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital
- Johns Hopkins University
- Reproduced with permission of the Johns Hopkins University Press.
- Tuberculosis, Monocytes, Leukocytes, and Lymphocytes
- 52 pages
- Legacy Source Citation:
- Periodical. Cunningham, Robert S., Florence R. Sabin, S. Sugiyama, and J. A. Kindwall. "The Role of the Monocyte in Tuberculosis." Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital XXXVII, 4 (1925): 231-280. Article. 52 Images.. Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital
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- The Florence R. Sabin Papers
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- On the Faculty at 'The Hopkins', 1902-1925