|Contribution||Described an agglutination test for the clinical diagnosis of typhoid fever.|
|Notes||The discovery became important in establishing disease causation by a specific organism. Shiga, for example, relied on it in incriminating Shigella (as it is now called) as the agent of bacillary dysentery. See 1889, 1897.|
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