Reference numberEC/1930/14
TitleTodd, Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDistinguished hygienist and immunologist. In addition to numerous reports to the Egyptian Government which contain many original observations, his contribution to knowledge include: - Investigations of dysentery toxin and discovery of dysentery antitoxin (1903); Manufacture and standardization of antitoxin to scorpion venom (1909); Studies on isolysins and iso-agglutinins showing the possibility thereby of recognizing individual oxen and fowls from all other oxen and fowls (1909 to 1929); Studies on virus diseases, location and nature of the virus of rhinderpest (1914); Production of immunity to fowl plague; Relation of the virus to antiviral bodies aroused in the Animal (1928)
ProposersS R Douglas; C J Martin; J C G Ledingham; Joseph A Arkwright; P P Laidlaw; Almroth E Wright; W M Fletcher
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Todd, Charles: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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