Anthrax, History of

Mark Siddall mes at zoo.toronto.edu
Thu Dec 1 13:06:43 EST 1994


In article <3be3pk$st8 at tribune.usask.ca> colacino at herald.usask.ca (S Colacino) writes:
>
>Hello, I'm a veterinary medicine student, and I'm wondering if somebody 
>could please post some information on the history of anthrax.  My 
>veterianarin texts have NO information on the history of the bacteria, 
>and I can't find the info in any library books.
>HELP ME PLEASE!!!!
>
>thank you.



For starters, Anthrax is a prokaryote, such that bionet.protista is likely not
where you want to send this.

In any case, if I recall correctly, anthrax was the first organism 
for which we had a vaccine. So you might have some luck looking up 
books etc on vaccines and vaccine production.

-- 
Mark E. Siddall                "I don't mind a parasite...
mes at vims.edu                    I object to a cut-rate one" 
Virginia Inst. Marine Sci.                     - Rick
Gloucester Point, VA, 23062



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