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Public Health Reports, July 27, 1906: reports of the Surgeon-General, Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service. Experimenttal transmission of Rocky Mountain spotted fever by means of the tick. Preliminary note by W.W. King



Public Health Reports, July 27, 1906: reports of the Surgeon-General, Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service. Experimenttal transmission of Rocky Mountain spotted fever by means of the tick. Preliminary note by W.W. King



Public Health Reports 90(2): 179-180




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