Reference numberNLB/37/227
Alternative reference numberNLB/37 p140
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Harrison & Sons
Date18 February 1908
Description'Will Harrison & Sons please replace electros of all the blocks illustrating the following papers
Proceedings [of the Royal Society] volume 74, pp 147-159 - "On the action exerted upon the staphylococcus pyogenes by human blood fluids etc" - A E Wright & S R Douglas
Proceedings volume 77B, pp581-536 - "The specificity of the opsomic substances in the blood serum" - W Bulloch & G T Western
Ditto volume 77B, pp 211-225 - "On spontaneous phagocytosis, and on the phagocytosis which is obtained with the heated serum of patients who have responded to tubercular infection etc"- A E Wright & S T Reid
And send them with your account to an address which will be forwarded without delay.'
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Fellows associated with this archive
NA1246Wright; Sir; Almroth Edward (1861 - 1947); medical scientist1861 - 1947
NA965Douglas; Stewart Ranken (1871 - 1936); bacteriologist1871 - 1936
NA6265Bulloch; William (1868 - 1941)1868 - 1941
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