An Account of the rife and attempts, of a way to conveigh Liquors immediately into the mass of blood', PhilosophicalTransactions (1665) 1:128–30.
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An account of an easier and safer way of transfusing blood: An experiment of bleeding a mangy into a sound dog; an extract of a letter written by a French philosopher concerning the same subject of transfusion', PhilosophicalTransactions (1667) 2: 449–53.
Denis, J.-B., 'A letter concerning a new way of curing sundry diseases by transfusion of blood, written to Monsieur de Montmor, Counsellor to the French King, and master of requests. By J: Denis Professor of philosophy and mathematicks', Philosophical Transactions (1667) 2: 489–504. [Retracted version].
An advertisement concerning the invention of the transfusion of blood — and — an account of some experiments of injecting liquors into the veins of animals, lately made in Italy by Signor Fracassati, Professor of Anatomy at Pisa', PhilosophicalTransactions (1667) 2: 489–91.
'Of more trials of transfusion accompanied with some considerations thereon, chiefly in reference to its circumspect practice on man; together with a farther vindication of this invention from usurpers', Philosophical Transactions (1667) 2: 517–25.
An account of the experiment of transfusion, practised on a man in London', PhilosophicalTransactions (1667) 2: 557–59.
A relation of some trials of the same operation lately made in France', PhilosophicalTransactions (1667) 2: 559–64.
'Of injecting medicated liquors into veins, together with the considerable cures perform'd thereby', PhilosophicalTransactions (1667) 2: 564–65.
'Of a letter written by J. Denis, Doctor of Physic, and Professor of philosophy and