Antipneumococcic Serum, 1913
- Antipneumococcic Serum, 1913, H.K. Mulford Company
Polyvalent serum produced by immunizing horses against various strains of pneumococci. According to this brochure, the horses were given up to a liter of a suspension of the living bacteria in culture. After a time, the horse would be bled and the serum purified and processed for use in humans. Serobacterin Therapy. Mulford Digest. Volume II, No. 2. December 1913. H.K. Mulford Company. 1913.
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