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23. , Hill, A. , Topley, W. W. C. and Wilson, J. (1936). Experimental Epidemiology, Special Report Series N o . 209, Medical Research Council, London. TABLE Preparations tested for storage 1 of micro-organisms at reduced temperatures Agar 0-2% Ascorbic acid 001% Casein, isoelectric 2% Casein, purified 27c Casein, technical 27c Caseinate, sodium 27c a Gelatin 0 - 5 % , 2 % , 57c a Gelatin (27c) + skim milk ( 5 % ) Gelatin phosphate diluent a a 10%, 2 0 % , 5 0 % Horse serum Horse serum ( 2 5 % ) + s k i m milk (57c) Lactalbumin 27c Lactalbumin hydrolysate 27c Nutrient broth 1-5%, 37c Parenamine a Peptonized milk 3% Proteose peptone 0-2% Saline Skim milk 0 - 5 % , 5%, 10% Skim milk (5%)+gelatin ( 2 % ) + s t a r c h (0 0 5 % , 0 1 % , 0-5%, 1%) Skim milk (5%)+gelatin ( 2 % ) + h o r s e serum ( 1 0 % ) + s t a r c h (0 0 5 % , 0 1 % , 0-5%, 1%) Stuart's amino acid 1-5%, 3 % Stuart's medium Thioglycollate a Preparations giving 90 to 100% recovery after 6 weeks at — 7 0 ° C .
7. Crew characteristics associated with URL A study was made of medical histories, familial and other personal characteristics of crew members on Patrols V through VIII in an attempt to establish attributes associated with an increase in respiratory infections. The assumption was made that the frequency of elicited symptoms during a patrol provided an index measuring resistance to respiratory infection which could be related to crew characteristics obtained from individual questionnaires completed by each crew member.