Metchnikoff


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Russian bacteriologist in France who formulated the theory of phagocytosis (1845-1916)

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Below I challenge such statements, drawing on the relation between anarchism, geography and science as addressed by Kropotkin, Reclus and Metchnikoff, who still inspire present-day anarchist geographies.
Metchnikoff is a powerful personality capable of soaring highs and suicidal depths.
As noted by Metchnikoff (1893), and more recently by Bosch's group (Augustin and Bosch, 2010), hydrozoa are morphologically and--in their immune responses--quite different from anthozoa.
Entre 1879 y 1884, Metchnikoff junto a su discipulo Krassilstschik, fueron los primeros en proponer el uso de microorganismos causantes de enfermedades en insectos, como estrategia para el control de plagas en los cultivos agricolas (Hoddle y Driesche, 2009; Lord, 2005).
In the early 1900s, Nobel Prize winner Elie Metchnikoff found that certain "healthy bacteria,'' like those that produce lactic acid, can have a positive effect on digestion and the immune system.
La observacion original de la funcion positiva desempenada por algunas bacterias se atribuye a Eli Metchnikoff, ruso galardonado con el premio Nobel por sus trabajos en el Instituto Pasteur en 1900, que afirmo que "la dependencia de los microbios intestinales con respecto a los alimentos hace posible adoptar medidas para modificar la flora de nuestro organismo y sustituir los microbios nocivos por microbios utiles".
The probiotic concept dates back to the 1900s and the Ukrainian-born Nobel Prize winner Elie Metchnikoff, who noticed that consumption of milk products containing bacteria contributed to the long and healthy lives of Bulgarian peasants.
Elie Metchnikoff, a German-trained, Russian scientist whom Pasteur had personally appointed to the Institute in 1888, shared the 1908 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his discoveries on the nature of cellular immunity.
A century ago, Russian embryologist Elie Metchnikoff surmised that a healthy colonic microbial community could help combat senility and that the friendly bacterial strains found in sour milk and yogurt would increase a person's longevity.
The role of beneficial bacteria on human health stems from the work of the bacteriologist and Nobel Prize laureate Ilye Metchnikoff in the turn of 20th century.
Eli Metchnikoff was the pioneer in immunology for which he received the Noble prize.
Aunque las observaciones que realizaron tanto Tissier como Metchnikoff referentes a los microorganismos beneficos fueron en el tracto gastrointestinal, hay que tomar en cuenta las similitudes que presentan la cavidad oral y el tracto gastrointestinal, de hecho la cavidad oral es la primera parte del tracto gastrointestinal, y el hecho de que en ella existan una gran cantidad de microorganismos hace referencia a que el entorno o ambiente que tiene la cavidad oral puede ser manipulado para llevar a cabo una colonizacion benefica.
A primeira mencao a necessidade da criacao de um campo de estudo para o envelhecimento aparece em 1903, com Metchnikoff (1903, citado por Neri, 1995), mas somente depois de quase 50 anos teremos uma producao mais sistematica sobre o tema do envelhecimento.
Metchnikoff (1908) had previously suggested that lactobacillus could balance the intestinal environment, prevent the growth of pathogenic bacteria and subsequently benefit the animal production.
At that time, the Nobel laureate Elie Metchnikoff started making yogurt and touting its health benefits.