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A study of the nasopharyngeal bacterial flora of different groups of persons observed in London and south-east England during the years 1930-1937 / by Edith Straker, A. Bradford Hill and R. Lovell, together with some observations on the occurrence of H. influenzae in the trachda, by A.B. Rosher and W.T. Cole.
- Straker, Edith Alice.
About this work
London : H.M. Stationery Off, 1939.
131 pages ; 25 cm.
"The investigation described in this report was carried out at the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine ... It was a continuation of a similar inquiry carried out in Manchester during the period July, 1925, to September, 1927, of which a full account has been published (Ministry of health, 1930)."--P. 7.
"References": p. 130-131.
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