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∗The authors wish to express their appreciation to Dr. M. C. Dodd and the Eaton Laboratories for supplying the compound used in this investigation.5-nitro-2-furaldehyde semicarbazone, in amounts of 0.2 mg. to 10 mg. (in powdered form and in a washable base) reduced the number of group a beta hemolytic streptococci in artificially infected wounds of rabbits in a substantial number of experiments.
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Dodd, M. C., Hartmann, F. W. and Ward, W. C. In preparation.
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