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About this work
This is based on the bibliography in the Royal Society's biographical memoir of Wilson. Those with a letter after the number do not appear in the Royal Society's bibliography:
(1) 1917, A short note on the effect on pyrexia of inoculation agglutinins. Lancet i, 263-264.
Salmonella and Salmonellosis:
(2) 1923, (With W.W.C. TOPLEY) The spread of bacterial infection; group-to-group infection. J. Hyg., 21, 237-242.
(3), 1923, (With W.W.C. TOPLEY) The spread of bacterial infection. The problem of herd immunity. J. Hyg. 25, 243-247.
(4), 1926, The relation between the age and virulence of cultures of B. aertrycke (Mutton). J. Hyg. 25, 142-149.
(5), 1926, The proportion of viable bacilli in agar cultures of B. aertrycke with special reference to the change in size of the organisms during growth and in the opacity to which they give rise. J. Hyg., 25, 150, 159.
(6), 1928, Discontinuous variation in the virulence of Bact. aertrycke Mutton. 28, 295-317.
(7)1930, The relationship between the morphology, colonial appearance, agglutinability, and virulence to mice of certain variants of Bacterium aertrycke. J. Hyg. 30, 40-54.
(8), 1930, Transient fluctuations in the resistance of mice to infection with B. aertrycke. J. Hyg. 30, 196-212.
(9), 1930, The effect on the virulence of Bact. aertrycke of cultivation in atmospheres containing varying proportions of oxygen. J. Hyg. 30, 433-467.
Brucella and brucellosis:
(10), 1926, (With M.M. NUTT) The occurence of Brucella abortus and Mycobacterium tuberculosis in cows' milk. J. Path. Bact. 29, 141-148.
(11), 1928, (With H. HARRISON) The possible existence in this country of disease due to infection with Brucella abortus. Lancet ii, 1338-1340.
(12), 1929, (With H.J. NIGHTINGALE) The isolation of Brucella abortus from a case of undulant fever. Lancet ii, 1143-1144.
(13), 1930, The growth of Brucella abortus in sealed tubes. Br. J. Exp. Pathol. 11, 157-163.
(14), 1930, The diagnosis of undulant fever. BMJ ii, 679-681.
(15), 1931, The gaseous requirements of Brucella abortus (bovine type). Br. J. Exp. Pathol. 12, 88-92.
(16), 1931, The growth of Br. abortus (bovine type). Br. J. Exp. Pathol. 12, 152-165.
(17), 1931, The Brucella group. Bull. Hyg. 6, 389-394.
(18), 1932, (With A.A. MILES) The serological differentiation of smooth strains of the Brucella group. Br. J. Exp. Pathol. 13, 1.
(19), 1932, (With S.R. PANDIT) The relation between specific and non-specific agglutination in the Brucella group. J. Hyg. 32, 45-54.
(20), 1932, The incidence of undulant fever in Great Britain and Ireland. Vet. Rec. 44, 1226-1231.
(21), 1932, Latent Brucella infections in veterinarians. Vet. Rec. 12, 1240.
(22), 1933, The classification of the Brucella group: a systematic study. J. Hyg. 33, 516-541.
(23), 1934, The reputed antigenic relationship between organisms of the Brucella group on the one hand, and of the Pasteurella, Pfeiferella, and Proteus groups on the other. J. Hyg. 34, 361-371.
(24), 1939, (With IRENE MAIER) The sulphanilamide treatment of guinea pigs infected with Brucella abortus. BMJ i, 8-9.
(25), 1940, (With IRENE MAIER) Treatment with sulphapyridine (M&B 693) of guinea-pigs infected with Brucella abortus. BMJ i, 47-50.
(26), 1940, (With G.W. ELKINGTON, JOAN TAYLOR & F. FULTON) A mild epidemic of undulant fever in a boys school due to drinking raw milk. BMJ, i. 477-478.
(26a), 1942, Contribution to Discussion on the control of the diseases of cattle inimical to man. Proc. R.S.M., Vol. 35, No. 3, July 1942
(27), 1925, The serological classification of the tubercle bacilli by agglutination and absorption of agglutins. J. Path. Bact. 28, 69-96.
(28), 1928, (With R. LOVELL) Tuberculosis in a dog due to infection with a bovine virus. J. Path. Bact. 31, 383-384.
(28a), 1931, Some of the bacteriological aspects of tuberculosis. Tubercle Vol 12, 364.
(29), 1933, Tuberculosis bacillaemia. Spec. Rep. Ser. MRC, no 182.
(30), 1937, (With HERTA SCHWABACHER) The relationship between moist weight and numbers of total and viable organisms in cultures of tubercle bacilli. Tubercle, 18, 161-167.
(31), 1937, (With HERTA SCHWABACHER) The inoculation of minimal doses of tubercle bacilli into guinea-pigs, rabbits and mice. Tubercle 18, 442-454.
(32), 1937, (With HERTA SCHWABACHER) Vaccination of mice against tuberculosis with killed cultures and with living B.C.G. Tubercle 18, 492-498.
(33), 1938, (With HERTA SCHWABACHER & IRENE MAIER) The vaccination of guinea pigs with living B.C.G., together with observations on tuberculosis superinfection in rabbits. J. Path. Bact. 46, 535-547.
(34), 1940, (With HERTA SCHWABACHER & IRENE MAIER) The effect of the desensitisation of tuberculous guinea-pigs. J. Path. Bact. 50, 89-109.
(35), 1947, The value of B.C.G. vaccination in the control of tuberculosis. BMJ ii 855-859.
(35a), 1949, Non pulmonary tuberculosis in England and Wales: account of a group investigation undertaken during the years 1943 to 1945. J. Hyg. 47, No. 4
Milk: grading, safety and pasteurization:
(37), 1932, The system of grading milk in the United States of America. Q. Bull. Hlth Org. League of Nations, 1, no. 4.
(38), 1933, (With M.P. COWELL) The necessity for a safe milk supply. Lancet ii, 829-832.
(39), 1933, Comparison of the nutritive value of raw and pasteurised milk for mice. J. Soc. Chem. Ind. 52, 403 T.
(40), 1934, (With J.A. ARKWRIGHT, J.C. DRUMMOND, J.C.G. LEDINGHAM, F.C. MINETT, H. RAISTRICK & N.C. WRIGHT) Surplus milk and safe milk. A policy in outline. Lancet, i, 757-759.
(40a), 1934, Raw versus pasteurised milk. Scot. J. Ag. vol. 17, no. 1.
(43), 1937, (With I. MAIER) The nutritive value of raw and pasteurised milk for milk. J. Dairy Res. 8, 203-207.
(44), 1937, The resistance to infection with Bact. typhi-murium of mice fed on raw and pasteurized milk. J. Dairy Res. 8, 218-223.
(45), 1937, (With F.C. MINETT & H.F. CARLING) The nutritive value of raw and pasteurised milk for calves. J. Hyg. 37, 243-253.
(46), 1937, (With H.C. BENDIXEN, G.J. BLINK, J.C. DRUMMOND & A.M. LEROY) The milk problem. Bull. Hlth. Org. League of Nations 6, 371-504.
(47), 1938, Pasteurisation of milk. Nature 141, 579-581.
(48), 1942, The pasteurisation of milk. London: Edward Arnold.
(49), 1943, (With BETTY C. HOBBS) The cleaning and sterilisation of milk bottles. J. Hyg. 43, 96-120.
(49a), 1943, The pasteurization of milk, BMJ Vol. i, p.261.
(50), 1945, (With E.B. ANDERSON) The reazurin and methylene-blue tests as a measure of the keeping quality of milk. J. Dairy Res. 14, 21-27.
(51), 1948, The bacteriological grading of ice-cream. Med. Offr., 19 June, pp. 261-264.
Public Health Laboratory Service:
(52), 1946, The Emergency Public Health Laboratory Service, Rep. C.M.O. Min. Hlth 'On the state of the public health during six years of war'.
(53), 1946, Milroy lectures on the Public Health Laboratory Service. BMJ i, 627-631; 677-682.
(54), 1948, The Public Health Laboratory Service. [Presidential Address] J.R. Sanit. Inst. 68, 220.
(55), 1949, The new organisation of Public Health Laboratory Services. In Modern Trends in Public Health. London: Butterworth & Co.
(56), 1951, The Public Health Laboratory Service. Br. Med. Bull. 7, 146-153.
(57), 1951, Epidemiological investigation and research. Mon. Bull. Min. Hlth. Lab. Serv. 10, 217-226.
(58), 1952, (With A. FELIX) Report on the laboratory services of Israel made to the Director General of the Israeli Ministry of Health.
(59), 1953, The Public Health Laboratory Service and the general practitioner. Practitioner 171, 233-238.
(59a), 1957, The Public Health Laboratory Service: first report of the Expert Committee on Health Laboratory Methods. W.H.O. Technical Report Series No. 128.
(60), 1941, (With A.W. DOWNIE, A.T. GLENNY, H.J. PARISH & WILSON SMITH) Combined active and passive immunisation against diphtheria. BMJ ii, 717-723; 759-761.
(61), 1942, (With F. FULTON, JOAN TAYLOR, B. MOORE & A.Q. WELLS) Immunisation against diphtheria with alum-precipitated toxoid. BMJ i, 315-320; 349-352.
(62), 1948, (With A.W. DOWNIE, A.T. GLENNY, H.J. PARISH, E.T.C. SPOONER & R.L. VOLLUM) Combined active and passive immunisation agains diphtheria. J. Hyg. 46, 34-41.
Poliomyelitis and measles:
(63), 1955, Summary and forecast: poliomyelitis in 1984. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 61, 1059-1064.
(63a), 1955, National Fund for Poliomyelitis Research (Typescript of a talk at the Savoy Hotel)
(64), 1956, Poliomyelitis and Prophylactic inoculation against diphtheria, whooping cough and smallpox. Lancet ii, 1223-1231. (Report of Committee of Medical Research Council)
(64a), 1958, Distribution of the Polio virus. Newsletter of the National Fund for Polio Research, No. 4.
(65), 1962, Measles as a universal disease. Am. J. Dis. Child. 103, 219-233.
(65a), 1962, The Vaccines in Action. Public Health 76, 229
(65b), 1962, Scientific Problems remaining unanswered Am. J. Dis Child, Vol. 103, No. 3
(66), 1921, (With A.B. ROSHER) A case of enteric fever due to B. enteritidis of Gaertner. Lancet i, 16-20.
(67), 1921, (With W.W.C. TOPLEY & J.E. BARNARD) A new method of obtaining cultures from single bacterial cells. J. Hyg. 20, 221-226.
(68), 1922, The proportion of viable bacteria in young cultures with especial reference to the technique employed in counting. J. Bact. 7, 405-446.
(69), 1927, An attempt to isolate Bacterium pneumosintes from patients suffering from influenza. Lancet i, 1123-1124.
(70), 1927, A spontaneous epidemic in mice associated with Morgan's bacillus, and its bearing on the aetiology of summer diarrhoea. J. Hyg. 26, 170-86.
(71), 1928, (With M.M. SMITH) Observations on the Gram-negative cocci of the nasopharynx, with a description of Neisseria pharyngis. J. Path. Bact. 31, 597-608.
(72), 1928, A modification of McIntosh and Fildes' anerobic jar. J. Path. Bact. 31, 597-608.
(73), 1938, (With J.C. DRUMMOND & W.R. LEWIS) The examination of some tinned foods of historic interest. Chemy. Ind. 57, nos. 35, 36, 40.
(74), 1941, (With G. ORMISTON, N. CROWLEY, F. FULTON & A.W. DOWNIE) Epidemic neonatal diarrhoea in maternity hospitals. Lancet ii, 588-594.
(75), 1942, (With G. ORMISTON & JOAN TAYLOR) Enteritis in a nursery home associated with Giarda lamblia. BMJ. ii, 151-154.
(76), 1942, (With BETTY C. HOBBS) The disinfectant activity of caustic soda. J. Hyg. 42, 436-450.
(77), 1945, (With J.D. ATKINSON) Typing of staphylococci by the bacteriophage method. Lancet i, 647-649.
(78), 1947, (With R.B. HAINES) The bacteriology of spray-dried egg with particular reference to food poisoning. Spec. Rep. Ser. MRC, no. 260, pp.22-29.
(78a), 1949, The bacteriology of food poisoning. Practitioner, 162, 445.
(78b), 1950, It could happen again!: an epilogue to the drama of typhoid epidemic. Better Health, 23, no. 4.
(78c), 1950, Causes of food poisoning. Luncheon and Tea Room Journal, 17, no. 197.
(78d), 1951, Food and the Public Health Laboratory Service. Catalogue of the Clean Food Exhibition, Gateshead.
(78e), 1951, The food and drink infections: the problem restated. Health Education Journal, 9, no. 1.
(78f), 1951, The report of the Catering Trade Working Party from the bacteriologist's point of view. J. R. Sanit. Inst. 71, no. 6.
(78g), 1955, Classification of bacteria. J. Gen. Microbiol., 12, no. 2.
(78h), 1955, Symposium on food microbiology and public health: general conclusions. Applied Biol., 629.
(79), 1957, The selective action on bacteria of various factors inside and outside the animal body, with particular reference to their effect on virulence. Symp. Soc. Gen. Microbiol. no. 7, pp.338-363.
(79a), 1958, Disinfection of fabrics with gaseous formaldehyde. J. Hyg. 56, no. 4.
(80), 1959, A small outbreak of solanine poisoning. Mon. Bull. Min. Hlth. Lab. Serv. 18, 207-210.
(81), 1959, Faults and fallacies in microbiology. J. Gen. Microbiol. 21, 1-15.
(81a), 1964, The public health aspect of food microbiology. Chem. and Ind. 1964, pp.1854-1859.
(81b), 1964, Contribution to discussion on tetanus prophylaxis at meeting of the RSM, Proc. RSM, 58, pp.221-229.
(81c), 1965, Use of disinfectants in hospitals: a report by the Public Health Laboratory Service Committee in the testing and evaluation of disinfectants. BMJ, 1, 408-413.
(82), 1965, Guidance in preparing the typescript of scientific papers. Mon. Bull. Min. Hlth. Lab. Serv. 24, 281-307.
(83a), 1970, Symposium on microbiological standards for foods: concluding remarks. Chem. and Ind. 1970, pp.273-274.
(84), 1974, The normal flora of man. In The normal microbial flora of man (ed. F.A. Skinner & J.G. Carr), pp.1-5. London and New York: Academic Press.
(84a), 1974, The use of epidemiology in animal disease. Br. Vet. J., 130, pp.207-213.
(84b), 1979, The Brown Animal Sanatory Institution. J. Hyg. 82, pp.155-197.