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  1. Albert A. Michelson, measured speed of light, Nobel Prize (1907) (Jewish father) Ludwig Mond, chemist and industrialist; Sir Rudolf Peierls, solid state theory; Arno Penzias, co-discoverer of CMB, Nobel Prize (1978) Alfred Philippson, geologist; John Charles Polanyi, chemist, Nobel Prize (born Berlin)

  2. Mycobacterium leprae was discovered in 1873 by the Norwegian physician Gerhard Armauer Hansen (1841–1912), and was the first bacterium to be identified as a cause of disease in humans. It was confirmed to be a bacterium by Albert Ludwig Sigesmund Neisser who argued with Hansen over priority for the discovery.

  3. Instructions for the Directors of Clinics, Outpatient Clinics and Other Medical Facilities. In 1892, Albert Ludwig Sigesmund Neisser, a German physician who is credited with the discovery of Neisseria gonorrhoeae, performed two sets of clinical trials attempting to find a method of prevention for syphilis.

  4. First described by Albert Ludwig Sigesmund Neisser in 1879 in gonorrheal pus. It resembles meningococci very closely in many properties. Colony characteristics of Neisseria gonorrhoeae on 5% sheep blood agar (BAP) are as follows-

  5. Jun 04, 2021 · Bactérie dont le nom est lié à l’expression populaire « chaude-pisse », Neisseria gonorrhoeae (N. gonorrhoeae) a été découverte en 1879 dans le pus de blennorragie par le médecin bactériologiste et dermatologue Albert Ludwig Sigesmund Neisser [2]. Ce personnage emblématique dans la recherche sur les maladies infectieuses a aussi ...

  6. La prueba de VDRL comenzó a desarrollarse antes de la Primera Guerra Mundial, con la participación de August von Wassermann y Albert Ludwig Sigesmund Neisser. Modificaciones generales ocurrieron en 1946, las cuales son la base de la prueba actual. [1] Debido a que la prueba del VDRL emplea marcadores indirectos de infección, se le conoce ...

  7. 75. реакция, б – положительная реакция (Алябьева Н.М., 2014 г.). ПЦР основана на выявлении фрагментов специфических генов, кодирующих синтез аутолизина, пневмолизина, поверхностных белков клеточной стенки и др.