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More literature form the '50s

The Lancet - Special Articles - Ocotber 31, 1953 - pages 933-934
Germ-free life
'...The three men working in these chambers wear completely sealed diving-suits of plastic material, provided with 40 feet of stainless steel air-lines. On entering the chambers the operators are hermetically sealed in their diving suits and are then given a shower-bath in antiseptic for fifteen minutes. They are then totally immersed for half an hour in tanks of 3% formalin containing detergent. Any imperfections in the diving-suit soon become apparent either by the escape of bubbles or by the effect of the formalin on the occupant...'
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Bull N Y Acad Med. 1955 Mar;31(3):231-5.
Germfree research: a basic study in host-contaminant relationship. I. General and theoretical aspects of the problem.
REYNIERS JA, TREXLER PC.
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Bull N Y Acad Med. 1955 Mar;31(3):236-9.
Germfree research: a basic study in host-contaminant relationship. II. Serologic observations in germfree animals.
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Bull N Y Acad Med. 1955 Mar;31(3):239-42.
Germfree research: a basic study in host-contaminant relationship. III. Morphologic characterization of germfree life.
GORDON HA.
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Literature form the '60s

Am J Pathol. 1963 Apr;42:471-83.
The response of the lymphatic tissue to the microbial flora. Studies on germfree mice.
BAUER H, HOROWITZ RE, LEVENSON SM, POPPER H.
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BioScience, Vol. 15, No. 3 (Mar., 1965), pp. 187-189
Gnotobiotics and the Germ-Free Animal
Ralph F. Wiseman
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The Lancet, Preliminary Communications, 1967, p755
Autoimmune reactions and virus-like particles in germ-free NZB mice
East J, Prosser PR, Holborow EJ, Jaquet H
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