An Instrument for Suction, Medication and Massage of Tonsils, and with Uses in General Medicine

James Taylor
1922 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
have a much more extensive series of observations, including controls on non-sterile patients. As one reviews the literature of sterility, it is a striking fact that large contributions have been made by two groups of people who are not physicians. The first of these are the pure biologists and the second the stock-breeders and veterinarians. We can take certain leaves from the book of each group. Particularly interesting are such observations as those made by Cuénot and by Castle and Little on
more » ... astle and Little on yellow mice. These mice are an imp'ure strain carrying yellow as a dominant and black as a recessive color-characteristic.
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