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Milestones in microbiology 1546 to 1940

Author: Thomas D Brock
Publisher: Washington, DC : ASM Press, ©1999.
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Milestones in microbiology 1546 to 1940.
Washington, DC : ASM Press, c1999
(OCoLC)603797092
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas D Brock
ISBN: 1555811426 9781555811426
OCLC Number: 39906121
Notes: These research papers were published predominantly in German and French, with a few in English.
Includes index.
Description: xiv, 266 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Pt. I. Spontaneous Generation and Fermentation --
1677, Antony van Leeuwenhoek: Observations concerning little animals observed in rain-, well-, sea- and snow-water --
1684, Antony van Leeuwenhoek: Microscopical observations about animals in the scurf of the teeth --
1748, Turbevill Needham: Observations on the generation, composition and decomposition of animal and vegetable substances --
1799, Lazaro Spallanzani: Tracts on the nature of animals and vegetables; observations and experiments upon the animalcula of infusions --
1837, Theodore Schwann: Preliminary report on experiments concerning alcoholic fermentation and putrefaction --
1838, Charles Cagniard-Latour: Memoir on alcoholic fermentation --
1839, Justis Leibig: Concerning the phenomena of fermentation, putrefaction and decay, and their causes --
1857, Louis Pasteur: Report on the lactic acid fermentation --
1860, Louis Pasteur: Memoir on the alcoholic fermentation --
1861, Louis Pasteur: Animal infusoria living in the absence of free oxygen, and the fermentations they bring about --
1861, Louis Pasteur: Influence of oxygen on the development of yeast and on the alcoholic fermentation --
1861, Louis Pasteur: On the organized bodies which exist in the atmosphere; examination of the doctrine of spontaneous generation --
1876, Ferdinand Cohn: Studies on the biology of the bacilli --
1877, John Tyndall: Further researches on the deportment and vital persistence of putrefactive and infective organisms from a physical point of view --
1878, Joseph Lister: On the lactic fermentation and its bearings on pathology --
1897, Eduard Buchner: Alcoholic fermentation without yeast cells --
Pt. II. The Germ Theory of Disease --
1546, Girolamo Fracastoro: Contagion, contagious diseases and their treatment --
1840, J. Henle: Concerning miasmatic, contagious, and miasmatic-contagious diseases --
1850, Ignaz Semmelweis: Lecture on the genesis of puerperal fever (childbed fever) --
1867, Joseph Lister: On a new method of treating compound fracture, abscess, and so forth; with observations on the conditions of suppuration --
1867, Joseph Lister: On the antiseptic principle in the practice of surgery --
1876, Robert Koch: The etiology of anthrax, based on the life history of Bacillus anthracis --
1880, Robert Koch: Investigations into the etiology of traumatic infective diseases --
1881, Robert Koch: Methods for the study of pathogenic organisms --
1882, Robert Koch: The etiology of tuberculosis --
1884, Robert Koch: The etiology of tuberculosis. [Koch's postulates.] --
1882, Paul Ehrlich: A method for staining the tubercle bacillus --
Pt. III. Immunology --
1798, Edward Jenner: An inquiry into the causes and effects of the variolae vaccinae, a disease discovered in some of the western countries of England, particularly Gloucestershire, and known by the name of The Cow Pox --
1880, Louis Pasteur: The attenuation of the causal agent of fowl cholera --
1881, Louis Pasteur: On a vaccine for fowl cholera and anthrax --
1884, Elias Metschnikoff: A disease of Daphnia caused by a yeast. A contribution to the theory of phagocytes as agents for attack on disease-causing organisms --
1890, Emil von Behring and Shibasaburo Kitasato: The mechanism of immunity in animals to diphtheria and tetanus --
1890, Emil von Behring: Studies on the mechanism of immunity to diphtheria in animals --
1895, Jules Bordet: Leucocytes and the active property of serum from vaccinated animals --
Pt. IV. Virology --
1898, Friedrich Loeffler and P. Frosch: Report of the commission for research on the foot-and-mouth disease --
1899, M. W. Beijerinck: A Contagium vivum fluidum as the cause of the mosaic disease of tobacco leaves --
1917, F. d'Herelle: An invisible microbe that is antagonistic to the dysentery bacillus --
1935, Wendell M. Stanley: Isolation of a crystalline protein possessing the properties of tobacco-mosaic virus --
Pt. V. Chemotherapy --
1897, B. Kronig and Th. Paul: The chemical foundations of the study of disinfection and of the action of poisons --
1908, Paul Ehrlich: Modern chemotherapy --
1929, Alexander Fleming: On the antibacterial action of cultures of a Penicillium, with special reference to their use in the isolation of B. influenzae --
1935, Gerhard Domagk: A contribution to the chemotherapy of bacterial infections --
1940, Donald D. Woods: The relation of para-aminobenzoic acid to the mechanism of the action of sulphanilamide --
Pt. VI. General Microbiology --
1875, Ferdinand Cohn: Studies on bacteria --
1884, Christian Gram: The differential staining of Schizomycetes in tissue sections and in dried preparations --
1887, R. J. Petri: A minor modification of the plating technique of Koch --
1888, Martinus W. Beijerinck: The root-nodule bacteria --
1889, Martinus W. Beijerinck: Auxanography, a method useful in microbiological research, involving diffusion in gelatin --
1889, S. Winogradsky: Physiological studies on the sulfur bacteria --
1890, S. Winogradsky: On the nitrifying organisms --
1901, Martinus W. Beijerinck: Enrichment culture studies with urea bacteria --
1901, Martinus W. Beijerinck: On oligonitrophilic microorganisms --
1901, E. Wildiers: A new substance necessary for the growth of yeast --
1908, Martinus W. Beijerinck: Fixation of free atmospheric nitrogen by Azotobacter in pure culture --
1924, Albert J. Kluyver: Unity and diversity in the metabolism of micro-organisms.
Responsibility: translated and edited by Thomas D. Brock.

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