Bacteria in Britain, 1880–1939 (Studies for the Society for by Rosemary Wall

By Rosemary Wall

targeting the years among the identity of micro organism and the construction of antibiotic medication, Wall offers a learn into how bacteriology has affected either medical perform and public knowledge.

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