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1 BERNARD, Claude (1813-1878). Leçons sur les Effets des Substances Toxiques et Médicamenteuses.
Paris: J.-B. Baillière, 1857. 
8vo. vii, 488 pp. 32 figs. Quarter brown morocco with marbled paper sides, gilt-stamped spine title with raised bands; some foxing. Fine. FIRST EDITION. A very nice copy. “This series of lectures covers, among other subjects, the action of poisons on the body, the physiology of toxic absorption and the nature of toxic gases.” [Heirs of Hippocrates]. Cushing B321; GM 1863; Heirs of Hippocrates No. 1794; Osler 1508; Waller 960. First Edition. 
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2 BERNARD, Claude (1813-1878); Mirko Drazen GRMEK. Raisonnement expérimental et recherches toxicologiques chez Claude Bernard; ouvrage publie? avec le concours du Collège de France.
Genève: Droz, 1973. 
8vo. xi, 474 pp. Bibliography, index. Black printed blue wrappers; t.e. and covers slightly spotted, spine head bumped. Very good. 
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3 GARNER, R. J. Veterinary Toxicology: Formerly Lander’s Veterinary Toxicology.
London: Baillière, Tindall, and Cox, 1957. 
FIRST EDITION. 8vo. 415 pp. Index. Green cloth, gilt-stamped spine title, dust-jacket; jacket rubbed and foxed, endleaves foxed. Very good. First Edition. 
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4 MALINS, D. C. & A. JENSEN. Aquatic Toxicology.
Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1988. 
Vol. 11. 8vo. viii, 444 pp. Illus., tables, index. Black cloth; rubbed. Ex-library labels removed from front paste-down. Very good. This special issue of Aquatic Technology entitled Toxic chemicals and aquatic life: research and management, contains a selection of paper from the Symposium held September 16-18, 1986 in Seattle, Washington. 
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5 PLENCK, Joseph Jacob von. Toxicologia seu doctrina de Venenis et Antidotis. Editio secunda et aucta.
Vienna: Prostat apud Fridericum Wappler et Beck, 1801. 
8vo. 328, [23] pp. Index. Original quarter calf-backed purple boards; rubbed, upper joint starting, corners showing. Scarce. Second edition, augmented, first issued in 1785. Brunet 4:712; 7408. 
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6 WEINBERG, Michel (1868-1940). "Contribution à l’étiologie de la gangrène gazeuse." In: Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de L’Académie des Sciences..., Vol. 163, Juillet - Décembre, 1916.
Paris: Gauthier-Villars et Cie 1916 hardcover 260 x 222 mm. 4to. Pages 449-451. [Entire volume: 1025, [1] pp.] Quarter brown morocco, morocco corners, raised bands, gilt spin 
Paris:: Gauthier-Villars et Cie. 1916. hardcover. 260 x 222 mm. 4to. Pages 449-451. [Entire volume: 1025, [1] pp.]. Quarter brown morocco, morocco corners, raised bands, gilt spine;. spine lightly faded, lightly rubbed. Ex library blind-stamp of the. Carnegie Institution of Washington Solar Observatory. Fine.. FIRST EDITION. In this microbiological study, Michael Weinberg isolated Cl. histolyticum. During the 1910s, meticulous investigations were carried out to discover true extra-cellular toxins. Weinberg found a true extra- cellular toxin in the form of Bacterium Welchii, the predominant organism of gas gangrene, and prepared antitoxins of therapeutic value. Weinberg’s work on the organisms producing gas gangrene were among the most important studies of pathogenic and non-pathogenic anaerobes. See: Ford, Bacteriology, pp. 118, 144. Garrison and Morton 2521. . 1 First Edition. 
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7 [BERNARD, Claude] Mirko Dražen GRMEK (1924-2000). Raisonnement Experimental et Recherches Toxicologiques chez Claude Bernard.
Genève and Paris: Droz, 1973. Signed
Series: Centre de recherches d'histoire et de philologie de la IVe section de l'École pratique des hautes études, V: Hautes études médiévales et modernes. Hautes études médiévales et modernes, 18. 8vo. xi, 474 pp. Index. Printed wrappers. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR TO ROGER HAHN. Very good. Grmek was a Croatian and French historian of medicine, writer and scientist. He was one of the pioneers and founders of the history of medicine. He was devoted to medical history and research as his entire opus promotes the historical research of medical knowledge and practices by means of contemporary scientific methods, especially the study of the formation of ideas. He put forward the theory of pathocenosis, the coexistence of all diseases in a specific time, place and society. When he was quite young Grmek had the task of editing the papers of Claude Bernard, which led to his becoming a world authority for Bernard studies. . “Grmek followed the work of Claude Bernard, the founder of experimental medicine and initiator of physiology as an essential medical discipline, who believed that the notion of disease covers all the phenomena that weaken the defenses of the milieu interieur (inner space), i.e. the organism, and that disease largely depends on the environmental factors.” Wikip. 
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