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The Pasteur Institute, Kasauli, India: production of the rabies vaccine: inserting a swab on a wire into the spinal canal of a dissected rabbit, previously infected with rabies. Photograph, ca. 1910.

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1910
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570960i
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1910

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Removal of the cord (Oshida's method). A transverse incision has been made in the lumbar region, down to the spinal column and the latter severed by a bone forceps. A thin, stiff wire with a small cotton-wool swab on the end of it is being inserted into the spinal canal

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Wellcome Library no. 570960i

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