Sarturnin Arloing - bibliography
French physician, born January 3, 1846, Cusset, département Allier; died March 21, 1911, Lyon.
- Sur l'obtention de cultures et d'émulsions homogènes du bacille de la tuberculose humaine en milieu liquide et "sur une variété mobile de ce bacille".
Comptes rendus de l’Académie des sciences, Paris, 1898, 126: 1319-1321.
Sero-agglutination for the diagnosis of tubercle bacillus.
- Cours élémentaires d'anatomie générale et notions de technique histologique. Paris 1890.
- Les virus. Paris 1891.
- Leçons sur la tuberculose et certaines septicémies.
Bibliography in Archives internationales de pharmacodynamie et de therapie, 1911, 22: 3-25.
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