Marshall Lovejoy Snyder
American bacteriologist, born July 7, 1907; died March 1969.
Biography of Marshall Lovejoy Snyder
Marshall Lovejoy Snyder was affiliated with the Department of Bacteriology and Public Health and the Child Research Council, University of Colorado School of Medicine and Hospitals, Denver, Colorado; and the Department of Bacteriology, Dental School, University of Oregon, Portland, Oregon.
We thank Patrick Jucker-Kupper, Switzerland, for information submitted.
- Marshall L. Snyder:
The Serologic Agglutination of the Obligate Anaerobes Clostridium paraputrificum (Bienstock) and Clostridium capitovalis (Snyder and Hall).
Journal of Bacteriology, October 1936, 32 (4):401-410.
- M. L. Snyder, C. L. Kiehn, J. W. Christopherson:
Effectiveness of a nitrofuran in the treatment of infected wounds.
The Military Surgeon, 1945, 97: 380-384.
- Marshall L. Snyder and Cecil K. Claycomb:
A simple motorized device to facilitate the spreading of inocula over agar plate surfaces. Journal of Bacteriology, June 1954, 67 (6): 739.
- Jerzy B. Kwapinski (born 1920) and Marshall L. Snyder:
Antigenic structure and serological relationships of mycobacterium, actinomyces, streptococcus, and diplococcus.
Journal of Bacteriology, November 1961, 82 (5): 632-639.
- George Kwapinksi and Marshall L. Snyder:
The Immunology of Rheumatism. 1962.