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Ralph Dougall Lillie - bibliography

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Biography

American virologist, 1896-1979.

Bibliography

  • Joseph Goldberger (1874-1929, G. A. Wheeler, R. D Lillie, and L. M. Rogers:
    A further study of butter, fresh beef, and yeast pellagra preventives, with consideration of the relation of factor P-P of pellagra (and black tongue of dogs) to vitamin B.
    U.S. Publich Health Reports, Washington, 1926, 41: 297-318.
    Anti-pellagra vitamin (B2, riboflavine).
  • Charles Armstrong (1886-1967) and R. D. Lillie:
    Experimental lymphocytic choriomeningitis of monkeys and mice produced by a virus encountered in studies of the 1933 St. Louis encephalitis epidemic.
    Public Health Reports, Washington, 1934, 49: 1019-1027.
    Isolation of the virus of benign lymphocytic choriomeningitis.
  • Maurice I. Smith and R. D.Lillie:
    The Histopathology of Some Neurotoxic Phenol Esters.
    National Institutes of Health Bulletin, 1932, 160: pp. 54-69.
  • R. D. Lillie, editor:
    H. J. Conn's Biological Stains: A Handbook on the Nature and Uses of the Dyes Employed in the Biological Laboratory.
    9th edition, The Williams and Wilkins Company, Baltimore, 1977.
  • R. D. Lillie, Harold M. Fullmer:
    Histopathologic technic. A Blakiston publication. 1947. 4th edition as:
    Histopathologic technic and practical histochemistry. New York : McGraw-Hill, 1976.

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