Definition of Peyton Rous
1. Noun. United States pathologist who discovered viruses that cause tumors (1879-1970).
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1. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1912)
"BY Peyton Rous, MD (Read April 19, 1912.} The behavior of malignant tumors has stimulated many hypotheses as regards their causation and yet in some of its ..."
2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1917)
"W. Richards, FK Richtmyer, Peyton Rous, HN Russell, Frank Schlesinger, Geo. Otis Smith, J. Stieglitz, Chas. R. Stockard, EL Thorndike, AM Tozzer, ..."
3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1910)
"The Fate of Embryo Grafted into the Mother," Peyton Rous. " The Behavior of Implanted Mixtures of Tumor and Embryo," Peyton Rous. ..."
4. The Mortality from Cancer Throughout the World by Frederick Ludwig Hoffman (1916)
"... the relation of diet to cancer frequency under experimental conditions, see the paper on "The Rate of Tumor Growth in Under-Fed Hosts," by Peyton Rous, ..."
5. Meningococcus Meningitis by Henry Heiman, Samuel Feldstein (1913)
"According to Peyton-Rous, the average protein content is 0.3 gram per litre, ... Kronig finds it to vary from 120 to 180 millimetres, whereas Peyton-Rous ..."