RMG1CT3X–Dr. Martin Bachmann, physician and bacteriologist for the VALDIVIA Expedition, died January 14, 1899
RMC2JE20–Dr. Edward Francis, bacteriologist in his laboratory
RMTA2AH3–Robert Koch (1843-1910) German bacteriologist.
RM2BY5PKF–PIERRE ROUX (1853-1933) French physician and bacteriologist
RM2A600X2–Dr. Martin Bachmann, physician and bacteriologist for the VALDIVIA Expedition, died January 14, 1899
RMCC02EH–FERRAN, Jaime (1852-1929). Spanish bacteriologist. Colored engraving. By Carretero.
RM2F7C68P–Emil Adolf von Behring German physician, physiologist and bacteriologist, first Nobel Prize for medicine in 1901 - ( Hansdorf, 15th march 1854 – Marburgo, 31th march 1917 )
RMDB154X–Paul Ehrlich German bacteriologist
RMFJ3DX5–Robert Koch, Bacteriologist, Portrait
RM2C6F221–Alexandre Emile Jean Yersin, 1863 - 1943. Swiss-French physician and bacteriologist. He was the co-discoverer of Yersinia pestis, the bacillus which causes bubonic plague. Yersin spent much of his life in Vietnam where his name is honoured. He died there.
RFHMCB60–Hans Ernst August Buchner, 16 December 1850 - 5 April 1902, was a German bacteriologist who was born and raised in Munich, photo or illustration, published 1892, digital improved
RMAJA6JF–Alexander Fleming, Scottish bacteriologist in his laboratory, 1930s. Artist: Unknown
RMD0NWA8–Bacteriologist Dr. Ida A. Bengston (1881-1952) uses microscope in image U.S. Public Health Service records. Dr. Bengston was
RMC1WCPH–Portrait of Albert Calmette (1863-1933) French Doctor, Physician, Bacteriologist & Immunologist
RMDYP1PF–August Paul von Wassermann (1866-1925), German bacteriologist and hygienist, illustration from Soviet encyclopedia, 1928
RM2F62CYG–Almroth Wright, British Bacteriologist
RMG387EP–ROBERT KOCH German bacteriologist Date: 1843 - 1910
RM2CB7D0T–Portrait of Pierre Paul Emile Roux (1853-1933) French bacteriologist, assistant to Louis Pasteur. In 1894, with Yersin, discovered the non-toxic treatment for Diptheria. France. Old XIX century engraved illustration from La Ilustracion Española y Americana 1894
RMG1D9MA–Dr. Martin Bachmann, physician and bacteriologist for the Valdivia Expedition, died January 14, 1899
RF2J4NAF2–HUNGARY - CIRCA 1982: Postage stamp printed in Hungary, showing portrait of a German bacteriologist and microbiologist - Robert Koch, circa 1982
RMCPHNT4–Dr Robert Koch, German bacteriologist
RMR80BNF–AUGUST von WASSERMANN (1866-1925) German bacteriologist
RM2G5MRTY–Bacteriologist Dr. Hideo Noguchi (1876-1928) on the obverse side of the Japanese One Thousand Yen Banknote (Yen 1000) Series E
RM2JKD0XA–Romanian postage stamp (1962) : Victor Babes (1854-1926) Romanian physician and bacteriologist,
RFWKBNAB–Stamp issued in Germany - Democratic Republic (DDR) shows Prof. Dr. Robert Koch, bacteriologist, 125th annivers. of the Humboldt university, 250th ann
RFM2733P–Close-up of bacteriologist viewing samples of bacteria on microscope, virology
RMG5X4FW–Behring, Emil von, 15.3.1854 - 31.3.1917, German scientist (bacteriologist), instructions or use of his tetanus antitoxic,
RFF1X119–bacteriologist. Fun cartoon style illustration. The situation of life.
RMBJW696–Pierre Paul Emile Roux, French physician, bacteriologist and immunologist, 1928. Artist: Unknown
RFKD69X3–A postage stamp printed in POLAND shows Buivid Oscar - Polish scientist, bacteriologist, circa 1982
RF2H51EH4–GERMANY, DDR - CIRCA 1960 : a postage stamp from Germany, GDR showing a portrait of the bacteriologist Robert Koch. 250 years Charité, Berlin
RMKH3WT4–Hideyo Noguchi Hideyo Noguchi, Seisaku Noguchi, Japanese bacteriologist who in 1911 discovered the agent of syphilis as the cause of progressive paralytic disease
RM2F62D0G–Almroth Wright, British Bacteriologist
RMG3A01Y–AUGUST VON WASSERMANN German bacteriologist Date: 1866 - 1925
RMFFA7TJ–EMIL von BEHRING (1854-1917). /nGerman bacteriologist: wood engraving, English, 1894.
RMD96506–Paul Ehrlich (1854-1915) German bacteriologist. Haematology: Chemotherapy: Immunology. Shared Nobel prize for medicine or physiology with Mechnikov in 1908.
RMP9GMYJ–Pasteur, Louis (1822 - 1895), French chemist and bacteriologist, engraving.
RMBTKJJ7–Laboratory flasks and test tubes used in the development of Penicillin. Ca. 1940.
RMF566RG–PIERRE ROUX (1853-1933) French bacteriologist about 1910
RM2B3YRW5–Bacteriologist Robert Koch in the 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2JKCPY0–Romanian postage stamp (1962) : Ioan Cantacuzino (1863-1934) Romanian physician and bacteriologist
RMFF947N–EMIL VON BEHRING (1854-1917). /nGerman bacteriologist.
RM2B01FJM–Alexandre Emile Jean Yersin (September 22, 1863–March 1, 1943) was a Swiss and French physician and bacteriologist. He is remembered as the co-discoverer of the bacillus responsible for the bubonic plague or pest, which was later re-named in his honour (Yersinia pestis). In order to practice medicine in France, Yersin applied for and obtained French nationality in 1888. Soon afterwards (1890), he left for French Indochina in Southeast Asia as a physician for the Messageries Maritimes company, on the Saigon-Manila line and then on the Saigon-Haiphong line. He participated in one of the Auguste
RMC58MGB–Jaume Ferran i Clua (Jaime Ferran), 1851 - 1929. Spanish doctor and bacteriologist.
RMBA7YR8–Yersin, Alexandre John, 22.9.1863 - 2.3.1943, French scientist (bacteriologist), portrait, circa 1900,
RFF1X11D–bacteriologist looks through a magnifying glass on microbes
RMMPNMED–'Calmettes', c1893. Artist: Pierre Petit.
RM2BTB9T5–1830 c, ITALY : The naturalist, entomologist , botanist and bacteriologist AGOSTINO BASSI ( 1773 - 1856 ) pioneer of modern bacteriology . He discovered that the muscardine disease of silkworms was caused by a living, very small, parasitic organism . In 1844, he stated the idea that not only animal ( insect ), but also human diseases are caused by other living microorganisms , for example , measles, syphilis and the plague . - HISTORY - foto storica storiche - portrait - ritratto - NATURALISTA - NATURALIST - SCIENZA - SCIENCE - collar - colletto - illustration - illustrazione - BOTANICA - BOTA
RMP50RPY–PASTEUR, Louis (1822-1895) French chemist and bacteriologist.
RMTA170N–The French bacteriologist Louis Pasteur leads the anthrax vaccination experiment of sheep in Pouilly-le-Fort, France on April 31. 1881
RM2F62D12–Almroth Wright, British Bacteriologist
RMG3C77X–Robert Koch (1840-1910) - German bacteriologist. Date: circa 1890
RMFF761X–ROBERT KOCH (1843-1910). /nGerman physician and pioneer bacteriologist. In his laboratory. Line engraving, 1890.
RMD9658K–Robert Koch (1843-1910) German bacteriologist and physician. Tubercule bacillus: Tuberculin: Cholera bacillus: Nobel prize for physiology and medicine 1905.
RM2GD3E9H–Lore Alford Rogers, bacteriologist, working in laboratory at the Department of Agriculture ca. 1909
RME140DE–Mar. 31, 2012 - Jubilee of the Discovery of Penicillin: Sir Alexander Fleming to receive Presentation: This month (June) marks the twenty fifth anniversary of the discovery of penicillin by Sir Alexander Fleming, and a special presentation is planned for him although its exact details have not been revealed yet. The famous, modest bacteriologist of St. Mary's Hospitals continues his everyday work in the laboratories there, although the room in which hos famous work was done, is no more
RM2BDT9BK–ALEXANDRE YERSIN (1863-1943) Franci-Swiss physician and bacteriologist, co-discoverer of the plague bacillus
RMBN6EPN–PASTEUR, Louis (1822-1895) French chemist and bacteriologist.
RMFF97JE–ROBERT KOCH (1843-1910). /nGerman physician and bacteriologist.
RMHTMKXY–Emil von Behring (1854-1917) German immunologist and bacteriologist. Awarded first Nobel prize for physiology or medicine, 1901. Engraving, 1902
RME2081G–Robert Koch; 1843 1910; German Bacteriologist; Illustration
RFHHWMHW–Friedrich August Johannes Loeffler, 1852 - 1915, German bacteriologist, historical image or illustration, published 1890, digital improved
RMBA7XP0–Roux, Pierre Paul Emile, 17.12.1853 - 3.11.1933, French bacteriologist, portrait, side face, wood engraving,
RFF1X11C–bacteriologist looks through a magnifying glass on microbes
RMW7CKB0–Paul Ehrlich (1854-1915), German bacteriologist. Artist: Unknown
RM2B71WA8–Hans Christian Gram, Hans Christian Joachim Gram (1853 – 1938) Danish bacteriologist
RMP5131D–PASTEUR, Louis (1822-1895) French chemist and bacteriologist.
RF2C73W6Y–ROMANIA - CIRCA 1962: A stamp printed in Romania shows Ion Cantacuzino, bacteriologist, circa 1962.
RMHRKRBR–Hideyo Noguchi, Japanese Bacteriologist
RMG39XAE–CHARLES-JEAN-HENRI NICOLLE French bacteriologist Date: 1866 - 1936
RMPJ44H1–BACTERIOLOGY. BACTERIOLOGIST AT G.W. UNIVERSITY WHO WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE DISCOVERED T.B. GERM
RMD9658N–Robert Koch (1843-1910) German bacteriologist and physician in his laboratory. In 1890 Koch introduced Tuberculin which he thought was a cure for Tuberculosis. Curative powers were disappointing and its value as diagnostic tool was overlooked. In 1905 Koch received the Nobel Prize for physiology and medicine. Engraving, 1891.
RM2E4KXWA–Stamp printed in the France shows Charles Nicolle (1866-1936), circa 1958
RME11DEF–Mar. 03, 1977 - 60 Birthday of Professor Dr. Ernst Fromm: Born in Hamburg, study of medical science in 1936, in 1942 examination; October 1942 doctor's degree on children's tuberculosis. From 1942 - 1945 bacteriologist in a military hospital, from Oct. 1945 scientific collaborateur at the Hamburg Instit. for Hygiene, from April1, 1949 Medical Superintendent of the Depratment for Bacteriology and Serology in Hamburg-Harburg
RM2DHJ7H4–WALDEMAR HAFFKINE (1860-1930) Franco-Russian bacteriologist and microbiologist who discovered an anti-cholera vaccine.
RMBG8J25–FERRAN, Jaime (1852-1929). Spanish bacteriologist. Engraving by A. Carretero.
RMHACERC–German (Berlin) postage stamp (1960) : Robert Heinrich Hermann Koch (1843-1910) German physician and microbiologist. Founder of modern bacteriology
RMFF84A8–ELIE METCHNIKOFF (1845-1916). /nRussian zoologist and bacteriologist.
RMAXJ2NC–Bacteriologist Elie Metchnikoff in his laboratory. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
RME2080N–Paul Ehrlich; 1854 1915; German Bacteriologist; Illustration
RM2E3C420–Portrait of Emil von Behring (1854 - 1917) German physiologist who received the 1901 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his discovery of a diphtheria antitoxin. Germany. Old XIX century engraved illustration from La Ilustracion Española y Americana 1894
RMCPTNT0–Calmette, Albert,12.7.1863 - 29.10.1933, French physician, bacteriologist, developed a vaccine against tuberculosis together with Camille Guerin, half length,
RFF1X11B–bacteriologist looks through a magnifying glass on microbes
RMENH44F–Sir Charles Scott Sherrington, English neurophysiologist, histologist, bacteriologist, and a pathologist, winner of Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1932
RMPPC7T7–FERRAN, Jaime (1852-1929). Spanish bacteriologist. Engraving by A. Carretero.
RM2J43JPC–Accused German Doctors and Scientists -- Joachim Mrugowsky, one of the accused men. Twenty three German Doctors and Scientists are now standing trial in the famous dock at Nuremberg for to turning and murdering concentration camp inmates by means of inhuman experiments. Ghastly stories are being told in court of the murders and atrocities they are alleged to have committed. Some of them are famous throughout Europe for their medical or scientific accomplishments. All have pleaded 'Not Gullty'. February 1, 1947.
RMHRKNTA–Hideyo Noguchi, Japanese Bacteriologist
RMG38C1C–SIR ALEXANDER FLEMING - Scottish bacteriologist at his desk with his microscope. Date: 1881 - 1955
RFM2735D–Mixed race medic looking into microscope, doing biochemical research, close-up
RMRJGE72–French postage stamp depicting Andre Chantemesse (23 October 1851 - 25 February 1919) a French bacteriologist born in Le Puy-en-Velay, Haute-Loire.
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