PASTEUR, Louis (1822-1895) French chemist and bacteriologist
PASTEUR, Louis (Do?le , 1822-Villeneuve-l 'Etang, 1895) French chemist and bacteriologist. Discovery of rabies vaccine by Dr. Pasteur. Outside the Paris laboratory with the sick together. Drawing from nature by Luis Jimenez. Colored engraving.
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KOCH, Robert (1843-1910). German physician, discoverer
KOCH, Robert (1843-1910). German physician, discoverer of the tuberculin. Nobel Prize in 1905. Engraving.
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