Karl Landsteiner


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United States pathologist (born in Austria) who discovered human blood groups (1868-1943)

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Karl Landsteiner and his major contributions to haematology.
Karl Landsteiner discovered that polio was caused by a virus.
Established by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2004, World Blood Donor Day is observed on June 14, the birthday of Karl Landsteiner (1868-1943), the Austrian biologist and physician who developed the modern system of classification of blood groups, which is still used today to ensure the safety of blood transfusions.
Elle honore ainsi la naissance de Karl Landsteiner, medecin et biologiste autrichien qui a decouvert le systeme ABO des groupes sanguins et recu le prix Nobel de medecine en 1930.
World Blood Donor Day - WBDD, celebrated on 14 June every year to commemorate the birthday of Karl Landsteiner, the Nobel Prize winner who discovered the ABO blood group system serves to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products and to thank voluntary unpaid blood donors for their life-saving gifts of blood.
1901: Avusturyali Karl Landsteiner ABO kan gruplarini kesfetti.
In 1901, Karl Landsteiner would identify blood types and their role in safe human-to-human blood transfusions.
This educational game is based upon the 1930 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine awarded to Karl Landsteiner for the discovery of human blood groups.
The A, B, and O blood groups were first identified by Austrian immunologist Karl Landsteiner in 1901.
Karl Landsteiner descubre los grupos sanguineos humanos.
In 1906 in Vienna, Karl Landsteiner and Viktor Mucha were the first to use darkfield microscopy to visualize T pallidum from syphilis lesions.
A major complication, incompatible blood being destroyed in the recipient's circulation, often with shock or even death, was shown by Karl Landsteiner in 1900 to be due to the presence of complex agglutinating substances.
The discovery of the ABO blood groups by Karl Landsteiner was an important achievement in the history of blood transfusion followed by discovery of Rh(D) antigen1,2.
World Blood Donor Day takes place annually on June 14 to celebrate the birth of Karl Landsteiner, the Nobel Prize winner who discovered the ABO blood group system.
For general readers, Woodward, a businessperson and writer interested in science, describes the work of 10 scientists from around the world who have saved the most lives in the twentieth century, some of whom are still living: ophthalmologist Al Sommer, who discovered the importance of Vitamin A supplements; Akira Endo, who discovered statin drugs to lower cholesterol; Bill Foege, who helped eradicate smallpox; David Nalin, who developed oral rehydration therapy; Norman Borlaug, who developed new strains of wheat; and John Enders, Paul Muller, Howard Florey, Frederick Banting, and Karl Landsteiner, who discovered the polio and measles vaccines, DDT, penicillin, insulin, and blood groups, respectively.