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The Founders Of Modern Medicine Pasteur Koch Lister


The Founders Of Modern Medicine Pasteur Koch Lister
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Author : Elie Metchnikoff
language : en
Publisher: Ayer Company Pub
Release Date : 1971

The Founders Of Modern Medicine Pasteur Koch Lister written by Elie Metchnikoff and has been published by Ayer Company Pub this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1971 with Medical categories.




The Worthiest Workers In Our Science


 The Worthiest Workers In Our Science
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Author : Jean Lindenmann
language : de
Publisher:
Release Date : 2005*

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Robert Koch


Robert Koch
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Author : David C. Knight
language : en
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
Release Date : 2019-01-13

Robert Koch written by David C. Knight and has been published by Pickle Partners Publishing this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2019-01-13 with Science categories.


NO OTHER scientist has so aptly earned the title of “father” of his branch of science than Robert Koch. While Pasteur is regarded as the greatest applied bacteriologist, it was Koch who first perfected the pure techniques of cultivating and studying bacteria. When Koch succeeded in isolating the dreaded anthrax bacillus, he became the first to prove that a specific bacterium was the cause of a specific disease. He also developed four famous rules—still in use today—for relating one kind of bacteria to one kind of disease. Later, he succeeded in growing pure cultures of bacteria, an essential technique in modern bacteriology. In 1882, Koch astounded the scientific world by first isolating the tubercle bacillus—the cause of tuberculosis. Later he discovered tuberculin, a substance used in diagnosing tuberculosis today. A tireless worker, Koch went on to save thousands of lives, both human and animal, through his investigation of Asiatic cholera, sleeping sickness, malaria, Texas fever, rinderpest, and Rhodesian red water fever.

Robert Koch Und Louis Pasteur


Robert Koch Und Louis Pasteur
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Author : Maxime Schwartz
language : de
Publisher:
Release Date : 2015-09

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The Remedy


The Remedy
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Author : Thomas Goetz
language : en
Publisher: Gotham
Release Date : 2014

The Remedy written by Thomas Goetz and has been published by Gotham this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2014 with Medical categories.


Set against the backdrop of the tuberculosis epidemic in 1875, this riveting account follows Arthur Conan Doyle, an English doctor and occasional writer, as he tries to expose German doctor Robert Koch's TB 'remedy' as fraud.

Pasteur Et Koch


Pasteur Et Koch
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Author : Annick Perrot
language : fr
Publisher: Editions Odile Jacob
Release Date : 2014-09-03

Pasteur Et Koch written by Annick Perrot and has been published by Editions Odile Jacob this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2014-09-03 with Bacteriology categories.


Pour les Français, Louis Pasteur n'est pas seulement celui qui a inventé les vaccins, il est aussi le père de la microbiologie. S'ils connaissent le nom de Robert Koch, celui-ci n'évoque pour eux que le bacille de la tuberculose. A l'inverse, de l'autre côté du Rhin, on ne retient de Pasteur que la découverte du vaccin contre la rage, alors que Koch est un héros national, découvreur des bactéries causant les maladies infectieuses les plus meurtrières. Une rivalité féroce a opposé ces deux savants. Nourrie, du côté de Pasteur, par un nationalisme exacerbé résultant de la défaite française lors de la guerre de 1870, et, pour Koch, de sa difficulté à s'imposer face à un savant de vingt ans son aîné et bénéficiant d'un immense prestige international. Mouvementée et violente, cette opposition, qui s'est étendue aux écoles qu'ils ont créées, n'a pour autant pas été stérile, bien au contraire. Elle a conduit les savants français et allemands à se surpasser, accomplissant des oeuvres d'une étonnante complémentarité. Grâce à eux, la plupart des maladies infectieuses qui décimaient jadis l'humanité ont été vaincues. Annick Perrot est conservateur honoraire du musée Pasteur. Elle est l'auteur, avec Maxime Schwartz, de Pasteur et ses lieutenants. Maxime Schwartz est biologiste moléculaire. Il a été directeur général de l'Institut Pasteur. Il a publié Comment les vaches sont devenues folles, Des microbes ou des hommes, qui va l'emporter ? (avec François Rodhain) et La Découverte du virus du sida (avec Jean Castex).

Robert Koch A Life In Medicine And Bacteriology


Robert Koch A Life In Medicine And Bacteriology
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Author : Thomas D. Brock
language : en
Publisher: Science Tech Pub
Release Date : 1988

Robert Koch A Life In Medicine And Bacteriology written by Thomas D. Brock and has been published by Science Tech Pub this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1988 with Biography & Autobiography categories.


Robert Koch's story is a stirring example of how a lone country doctor can rise above all odds to become a true scientific revolutionary. Winner of the Nobel Prize in 1905, Koch is best known today for his discoveries of the causal agents of tuberculosis, cholera, and anthrax. His vital contributions to microbiological methodology also make him the founder of the field of bacteriology and central to the establishment of the disciplines of hygiene and public health.He was also a world traveler and made numerous important research expeditions to India (where he discovered the cause of cholera), Africa, and New Guinea. Koch's postulates, a series of guidelines for the experimental study of infectious disease, permitted Koch and his students to identify many of the causes of the most important infectious diseases of humans and animals. Even today Koch's postulates are considered whenever a new infectious disease arises.