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1. Coulter, Harris. 1994. Divided Legacy: Medicine and Science in the Bacteriological Era. North Atlantic, Berkeley, Calif.
2. Eckart, Wolfgang. 1996. The tropical colony as laboratory: Robert Koch and the fight against sleeping sickness in German East Africa and Togo. Lecture given at conference, Pasteur, Germs and the Bacteriological Laboratory, November 1996, Dibner Institute, Cambridge, Mass.
3. Evans, Richard. 1987. Death in Hamburg: Society and Politics in the Cholera Years, 18301910. Oxford University Press,London, United Kingdom.
4. Fleck, Ludwik. 1979. The Genesis and Development of a Scientific Fact. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 111. [Reprint of 1935 edition.]
5. Geison, Gerald. 1995. The Private Science of Louis Pasteur. Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J.
6. Christoph, Gradmann. 1996. Money, microbes, and more: Robert Koch, tuberculin, and the foundation of the Institute for Infectious Diseases in Berlin, 1891. Lecture given at conference, Pasteur, Germs, and the Bacteriological Laboratory, November 1996, Dibner Institute, Cambridge, Mass.
7. Victoria, Harden. 1992. Koch's postulates and the etiology of AIDS: an historical perspective. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 14:249269. [See also the fascinating exchange of opinion between Peter Duesberg and William Blattner et al., Science 421:514-517, 1988.]
8. Mazumdar, Pauline. 1995. Species and Specificity: an Interpretation of the History of Immunology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
9. Mendelsohn, John Andrew. Cultures of Bacteriology: Formation and Transformation of a Science in France and Germany, in press. Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J.
10. Weindling, Paul,. 1992. Scientific elites and laboratory organization in fin de siecle Paris and Berlin: the Pasteur Institute and Robert Koch's Institute for Infectious Diseases compared, p. 170188. In Andrew Cunningham, and Perry Williams (ed.), The Laboratory Revolution in Medicine. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

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