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The Natural History of Infectious Disease

by Sir Macfarlane Burnet, M.D., F.R.S., Director of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Melbourne, Australia. 356 pp. with illustrations. New York: Cambridge University Press. 1953. Price $4.50

John E. Gordon
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Proteins, Their Chemistry and Politics

by Aaron M. Altschul. xii + 320 pages, illustrated. Basic Books, Inc., Publishers, New York. 1965. $7.50

John E. Gordon
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Studies of Diarrheal Disease in Central America

IX. Shigella Carriers among Young Children of a Heavily Seeded Guatemalan Convalescent Home

Leonardo J. Mata
,
Marco A. Catalán
, and
John E. Gordon
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Studies of Diarrheal Disease in Central America

III. Specific Etiology of Endemic Diarrhea and Dysentery in Guatemalan Children

Virginia Pierce
,
Werner Ascoli
,
Romeo de Leon
, and
John E. Gordon
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Studies of Diarrheal Disease in Central America

X. Associated Chickenpox, Diarrhea and Kwashiorkor in a Highland Guatemalan Village

Joao B. Salomon
,
John E. Gordon
, and
Nevin S. Scrimshaw
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Frank L. Babbott Jr.
,
William W. Frye
, and
John E. Gordon
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Studies of Diarrheal Disease in Central America

II. Community Prevalence of Shigella and Salmonella Infections in Childhood Populations of Guatemala

John E. Gordon
,
Virginia Pierce
,
Werner Ascoli
, and
Nevin S. Scrimshaw
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Studies of Diarrheal Disease in Central America

V. Environmental Factors in the Origin and Transmission of Acute Diarrheal Disease in Four Guatemalan Villages

Hans A. Bruch
,
Werner Ascoli
,
Nevin S. Scrimshaw
, and
John E. Gordon
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Studies of Diarrheal Disease in Central America

VIII. Measles, Diarrhea, and Nutritional Deficiency in Rural Guatemala

Nevin S. Scrimshaw
,
Joao B. Salomon
,
Hans A. Bruch
, and
John E. Gordon
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Studies of Diarrheal Disease in Central America

VI. An Epidemic of Diarrhea in a Guatemalan Highland Village, with a Component due to Shigella dysenteriae, Type 1

John E. Gordon
,
Werner Ascoli
,
Virginia Pierce
,
Miguel A. Guzmán
, and
Leonardo J. Mata
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