Daniel Elmer Salmon - bibliography
American veterinary pathologist, born July 23, 1850, Mount Olive, New Jersey; died 1914.
- D. E. Salmon and T. Smith:
On a new method of producing immunity from contagious diseases.
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 1884-1886, 3: 29-33.
Theobald Smith found that dead virus could induce immunity against the living virulent virus. Although Smith made the discovery on his own, his supervisor, Daniel Elmer Salmon, usurped credit
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