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The spinal cords of these rabbits contain the virus in great intensity, but when they are preserved in makes dry air this gradually diminishes.


The first dressing should not be disturbed till absolutely saturated with the discharges; after this the harm of exposure entailed by a redressing will be order less than that caused by the presence of so offensive a mass as the old dressing has become.


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