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Book Gregory J. Morgan (2022)
Cancer Virus Hunters: A History of Tumor Virology. (/isis/citation/CBB284978916/) unapi

Article Karen-Beth G. Scholthof; Lorenzo J. Washington; April DeMell; et al. (2022)
Practicing virology: making and knowing a mid-twentieth century experiment with Tobacco mosaic virus. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 3). (/isis/citation/CBB707341663/) unapi

Book Neeraja Sankaran (2021)
A Tale of Two Viruses: Parallels in the Research Trajectories of Tumor and Bacterial Viruses. (/isis/citation/CBB280830487/) unapi

Article Gladys Kostyrka; Neeraja Sankaran (2020)
From Obstacle to Lynchpin: The Evolution of the Role of Bacteriophage Lysogeny in Defining and Understanding Viruses. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 599-623). (/isis/citation/CBB093953022/) unapi

Article Dmitriy Myelnikov (2020)
Creature Features: The Lively Narratives of Bacteriophages in Soviet Biology and Medicine. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 579-597). (/isis/citation/CBB744503683/) unapi

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The Forgotten Typers: The Rise and Fall of Weimar Bacteriophage-Typing (1921–1935). Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 539-565). (/isis/citation/CBB187011632/) unapi

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Introduction: Diversifying the Historiography of Bacteriophages. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 533-538). (/isis/citation/CBB568902513/) unapi

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A Historical and Political Epistemology of Microbes. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 321-330). (/isis/citation/CBB158989443/) unapi

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The Rinderpest Campaigns: A Virus, Its Vaccines, and Global Development in the Twentieth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB906561672/) unapi

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On the Historical Significance of Beijerinck and his Contagium Vivum Fluidum for Modern Virology. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 41). (/isis/citation/CBB397481156/) unapi

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How Seeing Became Knowing: The Role of the Electron Microscope in Shaping the Modern Definition of Viruses.. Journal of the History of Biology (pp. 125-160). (/isis/citation/CBB640957593/) unapi

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Before AIDS: Gay Health Politics in the 1970s. (/isis/citation/CBB425325889/) unapi

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Cold War Triangle: How Scientists in East and West Tamed HIV. (/isis/citation/CBB891292434/) unapi

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Contagion, Isolation, and Biopolitics in Victorian London. (/isis/citation/CBB360737630/) unapi

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Becoming an International Scientist in South Korea: Ho Wang Lee’s Research Activity about Epidemic Hemorrhagic Fever. Korean Journal of Medical History (pp. 95-124). (/isis/citation/CBB498771471/) unapi

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