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the pus obtained at operation. The other cases had already been operated upon and no analysis of the pus was made. Such results seem suggestive to say the least, and they should be followed up. Another curious feature about the agglutination of the typhoid bacillus has just been brought out by the experiments of Malvoz (Annales de l'Institut Pas¬ teur, Tome XL, No. 7, 1897), who has succeeded in producing a reaction with typhoid bacilli, similar to that produced by typhoid serum, by variousdoi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440380040006 fatcat:i4jscnwjuvcnrkqwk5xzn335fe