Genesis and development of a scientific fact

Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Edited by T. J. Trenn & R. K. Merton (1979)
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The sociological dimension of science is studied using the discovery of the Wasserman reaction and its accidental application as a test for syphilis as a basis, ...

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