The degree and duration of the active resistance against pneumococcus infection have been determined in rabbits which received intravenous injections of a heat-killed suspension of pneumococci of the three principal types. The resistance induced by the immunization procedure varied in degree and in duration with each type of Pneumococcus.
RESISTANCE TO PNEUMOCOCCUS INFECTION IN RABBITS FOLLOWING IMMUNIZING INJECTIONS OF HEAT-KILLED PNEUMOCOCCUS SUSPENSIONS
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Ernest G. Stillman, Kenneth Goodner; RESISTANCE TO PNEUMOCOCCUS INFECTION IN RABBITS FOLLOWING IMMUNIZING INJECTIONS OF HEAT-KILLED PNEUMOCOCCUS SUSPENSIONS . J Exp Med 1 August 1933; 58 (2): 195–209. doi: https://doi.org/10.1084/jem.58.2.195
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