with cultures from three of the viruses, H. 53, H. 71, and H. 106 ; the first of these grew like a bovine tubercle bacillus, the ... rabbit, monkey, and guinea-pig, exhibited also a correspondingly lower degree of virulence for the chimpanzee, pig, ... these cultures showed for the calf and rabbit also a grade of virulence lower than that of an average human tubercle bacillus. ... and others produced in this animal a chronic form of generalised tuberculosis very similar to that which has been setanbsp;...
|Title||:||Final Report of the Royal Commission Appointed to Inquire Into the Relations of Human and Animal Tuberculosis|
|Author||:||Great Britain. Royal Commission on Tuberculosis, Sir William Henry Power, A. Stanley Griffith, F. Griffith, Louis Cobbett, Arthur Eastwood|