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SOME POINTS IN BACTERIOLOGY
Journal of the American Medical Association
Vere scire est per causas scire." \p=m-\Bacon. Wigand saw micro-organisms develop in fluids after exposure to boiling heat for half an hour, a temperature and time sufficient, he thought, to destroy all germs. Hut the experiments at Koch's laboratory at Berlin prove that individual spores resist a boiling heat for several hours. Wigand's erroneous conclusions were based upon an imperfect sterilization.doi:10.1001/jama.1886.04250050057001 fatcat:kp4y55vvvfaprlsd6hrz6xpnci