What did Edward Jenner and John Tyndall have in common?

Phillipson, Eliot A.
August 2002
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Aug2002, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p137
Academic Journal
journal article
Provides information on the scientific discoveries of Edward Jenner and John Tyndall. Contribution of Jenner to immunology; Observations of Tyndall on the physics of light; Value of Jenner and Tyndall's discoveries to medical research.


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