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Micrurgical and germ-free techniques, their application to experimental biology and medicine
James A. Reyniers
|Statement||edited by James A. Reyniers ...|
|LC Classifications||QR65 .S93 1939|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 274 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||43007278|
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The second section, devoted to germ free methods, takes up first the problem of isolation and the elimination of contamination, describing in detail the development of the machines for rearing and working with germ free animals, with a description of the technics employed, using a variety of animals and fowl.
Micrurgy is a basic technic adapted to the manipulation and observation of microscopic objects, animate or inanimate. With this definition, the first chapter of the symposium edited by James A.
Reyniers begins a description of this technic as it is applied, first, to surface chemistry and the study of living cells, second, to botany, and then, with the development of the "germfree system," to. Get this from a library. Micrurgical and germ-free techniques, their application to experimental biology and medicine; a symposium.
[James A Reyniers]. This book records the results of a colloquium held at the Laboratories of Bacteriology, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, in November The eleven chapters are contributed by seventeen American workers from various American laboratories.
The first section deals with the design of micrurgical machines and the application of micrurgical techniques to the study of living cells (expecially Author: James A. Reyniers. Reyniers, James A. Micrurgical and germ-free techniques: their application to experimental biology and medicine a symposium / Ed.
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Kammerling, "Air Conditioning, Ultra Violet Light, and Mechanical Barriers as Factors in the Prevention of Cross Infections in Nurseries," in Micrurgical and Germ-Free Techniques: Their Application to Experimental Biology and Medicine, ed. James A. Reyniers (Springfield, Ill.: Charles C Thomas, ),Available in the National Library of Australia collection.
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Professor of Parasitology in the Department of Tropical Medicine, Tulane University of Louisiana, New Orleans. Consultant to the Secretary of War on Tropical Medicine and on Epidemic Dis-eases. J.A. Reyniers (Ed.), Micrurgical and Germ-Free Techniques: Their Application to Experimental Biology and Medicine, Charles C.
Thomas Publisher, Baltimore, MD Cited by: 1. These two scientists established germ-free colonies of rats through hand rearing of cesarean-derived pups and subsequently provided germ-free breeders for foster rearing many of the germ-free rats produced in other laboratories (Newton, ).
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tion of full-time scientists effecting a program in Germ Free Life, Micrurgy, and Bio logical Engineering, which is concerned with many basic and applied problems of im portance to biology and medicine.
For additional information write to The University of Notre Dame Foundation, Notre Dame, Size: 6MB. REFERNCIAS BIBLIOGRFICAS GUSTAFSSON, B. Germ-free rearing of rats. Acta Pathol Microbiol Scand (Suppl),POLLARD, M.
Viral status of germ-free mice. Nat. Cancer Inst. Monogr., 20, BIBLIOGRAFIA CANADIAN COUNCIL ON ANIMAL CARE (CCAC). Guide to the Care and Use of Experimental Animals.
Ottawa: Canadian Council on Animal Care. Foreword Kathryn Bayne, M.S., Ph.D., DV.M., DACLAM, CAAB President, American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine It is estimated that between 90–95% of the animals used in biomedical research are mice and rats; thus, the role that they serve in advancing both human and animal health is.
PREFACE Much of the information on experimental techniques in modem cell biology is scattered in a fragmentary fashion throughout the research literature. In addition, the general practice of condensing to the most abbreviated form materials and methods sections of journal articles has led to descriptions that are frequently inadequate guides.
宮川正澄 (Miyakawa, M.): 無菌動物-医学生物学への応用. 医歯薬出版, 東京 () (Germfree Animals-Their Application to Medicineand Biology. Ishiyaku-Shuppan, Tokyo). Miyakawa, M, and Luckey, T. (Editors): Advances in Germf ree Research and Gnotobiology. Iliffe Book, London-Chemical Rubber, Ohio ().