Lewis W. Wannamaker, M.D.

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Group A Streptococcus
"Lewis Wannamaker"

1923-1983. Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, University of Minnesota.

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Rammelkamp CH, Wannamaker LW, Denny FW. (1997) The epidemiology and prevention of rheumatic fever. 1952. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine. 74: 119-33; discussion 1
Denny FW, Wannamaker LW, Brink WR, et al. (1985) Landmark article May 13, 1950: Prevention of rheumatic fever. Treatment of the preceding streptococcic infection. By Floyd W. Denny, Lewis W. Wannamaker, William R. Brink, Charles H. Rammelkamp Jr. and Edward A. Custer. Jama. 254: 534-7
Guirguis N, Fraser DW, Facklam RR, et al. (1982) Type-specific immunity and pharyngeal acquisition of group A Streptococcus. American Journal of Epidemiology. 116: 933-9
Kaplan EL, Flores A, Johnson D, et al. (1981) 1035 FACTORS INFLUENCING DEVELOPMENT OF GROUP A STREPTOCOCCAL TYPE-SPECIFIC ANTIBODY Pediatric Research. 15: 615-615
Kaplan EL, Bisno A, Derrick W, et al. (1977) A.H.A. committee report. Prevention of rheumatic fever. Circulation. 55: 1-4
Wannamaker LW. (1976) A penicillin shot without culturing the child's throat. Jama. 235: 913-4
Anthony BF, Kaplan EL, Wannamaker LW, et al. (1976) The dynamics of streptococcal infections in a defined population of children: serotypes associated with skin and respiratory infections. American Journal of Epidemiology. 104: 652-66
Wannamaker LW, Ferrieri P. (1975) Streptococcal infections--updated. Disease-a-Month : Dm. 1-40
Kholy AE, Guirguis NI, Wannamaker LW, et al. (1975) Newly recognized distinctive M protein associated with certain M type 1 group A streptococci. Infection and Immunity. 11: 551-5
el Kholy A, Wannamaker LW, Krause RM. (1974) Simplified extraction procedure for serological grouping of beta-hemolytic streptococci. Applied Microbiology. 28: 836-9
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