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" The bactericidal power of the leucocyte of the blood, and of the serum of man and many animals, is due to the presence of specific granules, especially the eosinophilic and neutrophilic. When called upon to resist the action of invading bacteria, the... "
Proceedings - Page 189
by Nebraska. State Board of Agriculture - 1898
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Journal of Comparative Medicine and Surgery, Volume 19

1898
...serum of man and many animals, is due to the presence of specific granules, especially the eosiuophilic and neutrophilic. When called upon to resist the action...hyperleucocytosis of infection so strongly urged by Metchnikoff, and by no means disproves the supposition that the leucocytes can take up bacteria either...
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The Medical Age, Volume 16

1898
...confirmed. The bearing of these facts upon immunity is important and induces the writers to advance the following theory: "The bactericidal power of the...their granules to the surrounding fluids or tissues." To the general practitioner the bearing of such conclusions as these is of high significance. They...
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The Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary Archives, Volume 19

Edward Charles Spitzka, William Henry Porter, Frank Seaver Billings, Rush Shippen Huidekoper, William Horace Hoskins, H. D. Gill - 1898
...especially the eosinophilic and neutrophilio. When called upon to resist the action of invading bacteria (he granular leucocytes can give up their granules to...leucocytes also affords a better explanation of the hypcrleucocytosis of infection so strongly urged by Metehnikoff, and by no means disproves the supposition...
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Déliberations Et Mémoires de la Société Royale Du Canada

Royal Society of Canada - 1906
...their paper previously referred to, advance the theory, that "The bactericidal power of the leucocytes of the blood, and of the serum of man and many animals,...their granules to the surrounding fluids or tissues." In support of these positions, they point to the facts that the free " Dust-bodies " approximate closely...
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Yale Medical Journal, Volume 4

1898
...follows: "The bactericidal power of the leucocyte of the blood, and of the serum of man and certain of the animals, is due to the presence of specific granules...hyperleucocytosis of infection so strongly urged by Metchnikoff, and by no means disproves the supposition that the leucocytes can take up bacteria either...
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The Medical Era: A Practical Medical Magazine, Volume 7, Issue 8

Solomon Claiborne Martin - 1898
...: "The bactericidal power of the leucocyte of the blood, and of the serum of man and certain of the animals is due to the presence of specific granules,...hyperleucocytosis of infection so strongly urged by Metchnikoff, and by no means disproves the supposition that the leucocytes can take up bacteria, either...
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Annual Report of the Medical Officer: Supplement to the Annual ..., Volume 28

1899
...due to the presence of specific granules, especially those of the eosinophil anil neutropbil type. When called upon to resist the action of invading...can give up their granules to the surrounding fluids and tissues. The rapidity with which, after vaccination, changes occur in the epidermie and dermis...
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