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Ben Cao Tu Jing (11th century)
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Stuart, James, King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland (1616)
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de Fontaney F (1703)
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Berkeley G (1752)
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Millar J (1777)
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Dobson M (1779)
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Millar J (1779)
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McCausland R (1783)
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Withering W (1785)
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Parry CH (1786)
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Robertson R (1789)
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Robertson R (1790)
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Sims RC (1791)
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Clark J (1792)
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Ferriar J (1792)
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Fordyce G (1793)
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Ferriar J (1795)
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Millar J (1798)
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Fordyce G (1802)
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Bigelow J (1835)
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Balfour TG (1854)
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Bryson A (1854)
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Treatment Committee of the Medical Council (1855)
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Maclagan T (1876)
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Stuart W (1889)
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Phillips J (1890)
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Andrew J (1891)
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Dymock W, Warden CJH, Hooper D (1891)
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Priestley J (1895)
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Heiberg P (1897)
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Anonymous (1899)
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Williams FH (1899)
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Koch R (1900)
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Waters EE (1903)
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Celli A (1903)
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Cousin M (1905)
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Cushny AR, Peebles AR (1905)
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Netter A (1906)
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Drake DJ (1907)
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Gewin J (1908)
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Rivers WHR (1908)
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Alt K (1909)
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Döderlein D (1910)
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Wechselmann W (1910)
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Hollingworth HL (1911)
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McDonagh JER (1912)
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Hewlett AW (1913)
Clinical effects of “natural” and “synthetic” sodium salicylate. JAMA 61:319-321.

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Carver AE (1914)
Pneumosan in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis. Lancet 2:372-373.

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Baer JL (1915)
Scopolamin-morphin treatment in labor. JAMA 64:1723-1728.

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Plass ED (1916)
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Avata AA, Woodyatt RT (1918)
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Bleuler E (1919)
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Leighton Kesteven H (1919)
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Marine D, Kimball OP (1920)
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Acton HW (1920)
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Diehl HS (1925)
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Fletcher W (1925)
The relative efficiency of quinine and quinidine in the treatment of malaria. In: Medical Research Council. Clinical comparisons of quinine and quinidine. London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, pp 17-27.

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Malaria Commission of the Health Organisation (1925)
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Moir JC (1925)
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Medical Research Council (1925)
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Swellengrebel NH (1925)
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Maier HW (1926)
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Mauel W (1926)
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Sinton JA (1926)
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Sinton JA (1926)
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Harris KE (1927)
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Sinton JA (1927)
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Freeman J (1929)
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Kauders O (1930)
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Lewis T (1930)
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Wyckoff J, DeGraaf AC, Parent S (1930)
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Wyckoff J, Du Bois EF, Woodruff IO (1930)
The therapeutic value of digitalis in pneumonia. JAMA 95:1243-1249.

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Amberson JB, McMahon BT, Pinner M (1931)
A clinical trial of sanocrysin in pulmonary tuberculosis. American Review of Tuberculosis 24:401-435.

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Davis WE (1931)
The incidence of untoward symptoms following the intravenous injection of sodium tetraiodophenolphthalein in cholecystography. New England Journal of Medicine 205:534-6.

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Friend GE (1931)
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Manson-Bahr P (1931)
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Roos H (1931)
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King D (1931)
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Sanders JP, Dawson, WT (1932)
Efficacy of quinidine in malaria. JAMA 99:1773-7.

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Borovsky MP, Steigmann F (1933)
Amidopyrine in the treatment of measles. JAMA 100:1859-61.

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Diehl HS (1933)
Medicinal treatment of the common cold. JAMA 101:2042-2049.

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Evans W, Hoyle C (1933)
The comparative value of drugs used in the continuous treatment of angina pectoris. Quarterly Journal of Medicine 7:311-338.

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Bray GW, Witts LJ (1934)
Pseudo-ephedrine in asthma. Lancet 1:788-90.

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Evans W, Hoyle C (1934)
The prevention and treatment of individual attacks of angina pectoris (angina of effort). Quarterly Journal of Medicine 3:105-135.

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Walker MB (1934)
Treatment of myasthenia gravis with physostigmine. Lancet 1:1200-1201.

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Hediger E, Gold H (1935)
USP ether from large drums and ether from can labeled ‘For Anesthesia’. JAMA 104:2244-2448.

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Lennox WG, Von Storch TJC (1935)
Experiences with ergotamine tartrate in 120 patients with migraine. JAMA 105:169-171.

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Robin L, Van-Huan T (1935)
Essais comparés de prophylaxie médicamenteuse en région hyperendémique par la praequine et la quinine ou la quinacrine [Comparative trials of anti-malarial drug prophylaxis in a hyperendemic area with præquine, associated with quinine or quinacrine]. Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie exotique 28:650-658.

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Hicks EP, Diwan Chand S (1935)
The relative clinical efficacy of totaquina and quinine. In: Records of the Malaria Survey of India 5:39-50.

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Colebrook L, Kenny M (1936)
Treatment of human puerperal infections, and of experimental infections in mice, with prontosil. Lancet 1:1279-1286.

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Colebrook L, Kenny M (1936)
Treatment with prontosil of puerperal infections due to haemolytic streptococci. Lancet 2:1319-1322.

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Curphey TJ, Solomon S (1936)
The therapeutic value of calcium salts in serum sickness. New England Journal of Medicine 214:150-153.

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Moir JC (1936)
Clinical experiences with the new alkaloid, ergometrine. BMJ 2:799-801.

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O’Sullivan ME (1936)
Termination of 1000 attacks of migraine with ergotamine tartrate. JAMA 107:1208-1212.

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Sutliff WD (1936)
Adequate tests of curative therapy in man. Annals of Internal Medicine 1936-1937;10:89-97.

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Bastianelli G, Mosna E, Canalis A (1937)
Prevention and treatment of malaria by synthetic drugs. Bulletin of the Health Organisation of the League of Nations 6:822-891.

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Colebrook L, Purdie AW (1937)
Treatment of 106 cases of puerperal fever by sulphanilamide. Lancet 2:1237-1242 & 1291-1294.

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Field JW, Niven JC, Hodgkin EP (1937)
The prevention of malaria in the field by the use of quinine and atebrine. Bulletin of the Health Organisation of the League of Nations 6:236-290.

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Gold H, Kwit NT, Otto H (1937)
The xanthines (theobromine and aminophyllin) in the treatment of cardiac pain. JAMA 108;2173-2179.

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Hesseltine HC (1937)
Evaluation by controlled series of vaginal trichomoniasis therapies. JAMA 109:768-71.

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Hogarth JC (1937)
Para-benzylaminobenzene-sulphonamide in the treatment of scarlet fever. BMJ 2:1160-1162.

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Parrot A, Catanei A, Ambialet R, Clastrier J (1937)
Comparative experiments in mass prophylaxis of malaria by means of quinine and synthetic drugs (quinacrine and praequine). Bulletin of the Health Organization of the League of Nations 6:685-765.

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Peters BA, Cullum IM (1937)
Post-scarlatinal nephritis: a study in prevention. BMJ 1:1020-21.

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Peters BA, Havard RV (1937)
Chemotherapy of streptococcal infections with p-bezylamino-benzene-sulphonamide. Lancet 1:1273-4.

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Snodgrass WR, Anderson T (1937)
Prontosil in the treatment of erysipelas: a controlled series of 312 cases. BMJ 2:101-104.

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Snodgrass WR, Anderson T (1937)
Sulphanilamide in the treatment of erysipelas: a controlled series of 270 cases. BMJ 2:1156-9.

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Wilbur DL, MacLean AR, Allen EV (1937)
Clinical observations on the effect of Benzedrine sulphate. JAMA 109:549-54.

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Malaria Commission (1937)
The treatment of Malaria: Study of synthetic drugs, as compared with Quinine, in the therapeutics and prophylaxis of Malaria. Bulletin of the Health Organisation, Vol VI, no. 6.

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Bahnsen P, Jacobsen E, Thesleff H (1938)
Studien über die Wirkung von beta-phenyl-isopropylaminsulfdat (Mecodrin) auf normale Menschen. [Studies on the effect of beta-phenyl-isopropylaminsulfdat (Mecodrin) on normal volunteers]. Klinische Wochenschrift 17:1074-1078.

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Evans GM, Gaisford WF (1938)
Treatment of pneumonia with 2-(p-aminobenzene sulphonamido) pyridine. Lancet 2:14-19.

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Gaudin HJ, Zide HA, Thompson GJ (1938)
Use of sulfanilamide after transurethral prostatectomy. JAMA 110:1887-90.

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Johnstone RW (1938)
Prophylactic use of sulphonamide preparations in obstetric practice. BMJ 1:562-64.

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Schwentker FF, Waghelstein J (1938)
A note on the use of sulfanilamide in scarlet fever. Baltimore Health News 15:41-44.

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Snodgrass WR, Anderson T, Rennie JL (1938)
Sulphamido-chrysoidine, sulphanilamide, and benzylsulphanilamide in the treatment of erysipelas. BMJ 2:399-403.

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Bowie FJ (1938)
Chemotherapy in gonorrhoea: a preliminary report on the use of 2-(p-aminobenzenesulphonamido)pyridine, M & B 693. BMJ 2:283-284.

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Anderson T (1939)
Sulphanilamide in the treatment of measles. BMJ 1:716-718.

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Banks HS (1939)
Chemotherapy of meningococcal meningitis. Lancet 2:921-927.

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Benn EC (1939)
Sulphanilamide in the treatment of scarlet fever. BMJ 2:644-646.

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Cutts M, Gormly CF, Burgess AM (1939)
The treatment of lobar pneumonia with sulfapyridine. New England Journal of Medicine 221:263-266.

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Dub LA, Lurie LA (1939)
Use of benzedrine in the depressed phase of the psychotic state. Ohio State Medical Journal 35:39-45.

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Evans W, Loughman O (1939)
The drug treatment of hyperpiesia. British Heart Journal 1:199-228.

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Farnworth Anderson T, Dowdeswell RM (1939)
Treatment of pneumonia with M. & B. 693. Lancet 1:252-255.

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Graham D, Warner WP, Dauphinée JA, Dickson RC (1939)
The treatment of pneumococcal pneumonia with Dagenan (M&B 693). Canadian Medical Association Journal 40:325-332.

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Master AM, Jaffe HL, Dack S (1939)
The drug treatment of angina pectoris due to coronary artery disease. American Journal of Medical Science 197:774-782.

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Pasricha CL, de Monte AJH, Chatterjee BC, Mian AS (1939)
Treatment of cholera (A note on the results of treatment by different methods). Indian Medical Gazette 74:400-401.

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Price AE, Myers GB (1939)
Treatment of pneumococcic pneumonia with sulfanilamide. JAMA 112:1021-7.

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Don CSD, Luxton RW, Donald HR, Ramsay WA, Macartney DW, Stewart Smith G, Adderley CH (1940)
Treatment of pneumonia with M&B 693. Lancet 1:311-4.

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French JO, Hooker ML, Vause RB, Robinson AL (1940)
Dental anaesthesia in children: a comparision of vinyl ether and ethyl chloride in a series of 200 cases. BMJ 2:432-435.

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Gaddum JH (1940)
Pharmacology. London: Oxford University Press, p 378-383, 1940.

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Gaisford WF, Whitelaw W (1940)
Sulphathiazole in treatment of pneumococcal lobar pneumonia. Lancet 2:451-452.

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Gregory KK, West EJ, Stevens RE (1940)
Epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis (meningococcic): the treatment of 113 patients with antimeningococcus serum, meningococcus antitoxin and sulfanilamide. JAMA 115:1091-5.

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Jordan JH, Blakelock, Johnston WR (1940)
Treatment of cerebrospinal fever with suphapyridine. BMJ 1:1005-1008.

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Menten ML, Macdonald RR, Brönykovsky N (1940)
Treatment of pneumonia by sulfapyridine and by hydroxyethylapocupreine dihydrochloride. American Journal of Diseases of Children 59:497-508.

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Rhoads PS, Afremow ML (1940)
Sulfanilamide in treatment of sore throat due to hemolytic streptococci: with controls. JAMA 114:942-3.

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Sidell N, Abrams MI (1940)
Treatment of chronic arthritis. JAMA 144:1740-1742.

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Abraham EP, Chain E, Fletcher CM, Gardner AD, Heatley NG, Jennings AM, Florey HW (1941)
Further observations on penicillin. Lancet 2:177-189.

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Alstead S (1941)
Action of Bismuth Carbonate in gastric disease. Lancet 238: 420-423.

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Anderson DEW, Cruickshank R (1941)
The treatment of bacilliary (Flexner) dysentery with sulphanilylguanidine. BMJ 2:497-501.

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Cooper ML, Zucker RL, Wagoner S, Brown EW, Bennett R (1941)
Sulfathiazole for acute diarrhea and dysentery of infants and children. JAMA 117:1520-3.

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Jones HB, Fairbrother RW (1941)
Sulphathiazole and sulphapyridine in acute gonorrhoea. Lancet 2:9-10.

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