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Louis Pasteur inoculating a sheep against anthrax. Louis Pasteur (December 27, 1822 - September 28, 1895) was a French chemist and bacteriologist who founded the science of microbiology. Pasture discovered that disease could be caused by bacteria transmitted from person to person (the germ theory of disease). He also developed vaccines for rabies and anthrax. Pasteur also found that lightly heating food and beverages could preserve them from souring.

Louis Pasteur inoculating a sheep against anthrax. Louis Pasteur (December 27, 1822 - September 28, 1895) was a French chemist and bacteriologist who founded the science of microbiology. Pasture discovered that disease could be caused by bacteria transmitted from person to person (the germ theory of disease). He also developed vaccines for rabies and anthrax. Pasteur also found that lightly heating food and beverages could preserve them from souring. Stock Photo
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3750 x 3701 px | 31.8 x 31.3 cm | 12.5 x 12.3 inches | 300dpi

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9 March 2018

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Louis Pasteur Inoculating Sheep Against Anthrax

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