Journal of Hygiene, 1909, v.9, pp. 316-40
The reaction described by Wilson was later developed by Weil and Felix and named after them (see No. 5390). See also the paper by Wilson in J. Hyg., 1920, 19, 115-30.
Morton no.: 5381
Wilson, William James, "On heterologous agglutinins more particularly those present in the blood serum of cerebro-spinal fever and tryphus fever cases." (1909). Classic Article Collection. 183.