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  • After six days the inflorescence is cut from the stem and the pollen collected, filtered, dehydrated and bottled under strict asceptic conditions.

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  • Bare, clean, asceptic, with a narrow, hard white bed and a maple dresser whose second drawer always stuck and came out zig-zag when you pulled it; and a swimmy mirror that made one side of your face look sort of lumpy, and higher than the other side.

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  • One of these specimens was the common carotid artery of a woman, which I tied in September, 1881, using the sciatic nerve of a calf which had been made asceptic by treatment in carbolic-acid solution.

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  • Some bacteria like Borrelia burgdorferi aka Lyme Disease and syphilis have also has been known to cause "asceptic" meningitis.

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  • Even questions of sterility, asceptic technique and disinfection, oxidation, fermentation - I could go on and on.

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