Contains 6 Results:
G. b. Goss, Arthur. "Dietary Studies in New Mexico in 1895" 1899 (2 copies) Pellagra Padua Summer 1936 (photos) Gibson, H.B. "Dietary Studies at the U. of Missouri in 1895" 1896 Goss, Arthur. "Nutrition Investigations in New Mexico in 1897", 1895 - 1936
G. b. Goss, Arthur. "Dietary Studies in New Mexico in 1895" 1899 (2 copies) Pellagra Padua Summer 1936 (photos) Gibson, H.B. "Dietary Studies at the U. of Missouri in 1895" 1896 Goss, Arthur. "Nutrition Investigations in New Mexico in 1897" 1898 "Dietary Studies at the Government Hospital for the Insane, Washington, D.C." 1904 Pellagra photos Goldberger, J. "Pellagra" - Chapter XII of Tice's Practice Nicolle, Charles. "Le Typhus Exanthematique" 1911
G. c. Proceedings of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, New Orleans, La. 1897 Gasper, Casal, Docter Don 1900, 1897 - 1900
G. d. Goldberger, J. & John F. Anderson. "An Experimental Demonstration of the Presence of the Virus" 1911 (5 copies) Anderson, J.F. & J. Goldberger "The Experimental Proof of the Identity of Brill's Disease and Typhus Fever" 1912 (2 copies) An, 1911 - 1912
G. e. Grimm, R.M. "Pellagra" 1912 Greil, Gaston J. "Pellagra, Its Etiology and Treatment" 1917 (2 copies) Grimm, R.M. "Pellagra: Some Facts in Its Epidemiology" 1913 Goldberger, J. "Pelalgra: Causation and a Method of Prevention" 1916 G, 1912 - 1916
H Holmes, Wm. H. "Remarks on B. Welchii in the Stools of Pellagrins" 1916 Herold, Arthur. "A Contribution to the Treatment of Pellagra" 1917 Hunt, Charles H. "The Lative Antineuritic and Antipellagric Potency of Cow's Milk" 1928 Hyde, Jam, 1916 - 1928
I-J Jordan, W.H. "Dietary Studies at the Maine State College in 1895" 1897 Jennings, Allan H. "An Intensive Study of Insects as a Possible Etiologic Factor in Pellagra" 1913 Jones, Hamilton P. "A Demonstration of the Technique Followed..." 19, 1895 - 1913
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