The New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 59

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J.A. Gresham, 1907
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Page 240 - That bacteriologic or pathologic specimens of plague and cholera shall under no circumstances be admitted to the mails. 2. Liquid cultures, or cultures of microorganisms in media that are fluid at the ordinary temperature (below 45° C. or 113° F.), are unmailable. Such specimens may be sent in media that remain solid at ordinary temperature.
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