Die unsichtbaren Krankheitserreger, filtrierbare Vira: Ein Lehrbuch für Ärzte und Tierärzte

JAMA. 1935;105(5):389. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760310063037.
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In the present German edition the author has rewritten and brought down to October 1934 the material included in the Hungarian edition, which appeared in 1931. The book is divided into two sections. The first consists of a brief review of the available information concerning the general characteristics of filtrable viruses and the second, which is the main part of the work, deals with most of the important virus diseases of man and animals and a few representative diseases affecting fish, insects and plants. The individual diseases are well arranged in groups according to the author's idea of classification: (1) pox diseases of man and animals, (2) herpes and herpes-like diseases, (3) neurotropic filtrable viruses, (4) organotropic viruses, (5) diseases giving the picture of a general septicemia and (6) viruses associated with proliferative conditions. The discussions in the main are limited to concise reviews of the literature and are followed


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