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In presenting the results of his very suggestive studies on the agglutination of bacteria in vivo, Dr. Bull (1916) makes the following statement: From table 1 it is seen that bouillon cultures of Bacillus avisepticus are highly toxic for rabbits, 0.5 cc. of culture per kilo causing acute death. The intoxication is largely due to a toxin, since 1 cc. per kilo of body weight of a bacteria-free filtrate from a twenty-four hour culture causes acute death. and again: These results especiallydoi:10.1128/jb.3.3.277-291.1918 fatcat:aymetocfzbd4vpscplqhnv7heq