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French bacteriologist born in Switzerland

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The Yersin sisters were society ladies, if the frontispiece portrait opposite the title page of the book is to be believed.
In 1894, Alexandre Yersin isolated the germ that caused plague--henceforth named Yersinia pestis--and discovered that it was harbored in rats.
Yersinia pestis, the plague bacillus, was discovered in 1894 independently by Kitasato Shibasaburo (1853-1931), who was a student of Koch then working in Japan, and Alexandre Yersin (1863-1943), a Swiss-born bacteriologist from the Pasteur Institute, who had worked with both Pasteur and Koch (3).
A group of students from another Western school, Lycee Yersin in Dalat, maintained the Nha Trang students' right to freedom of speech, but found their position unacceptable.
Had the Yersin museum--a curious man, a wonderful testament--been open during the war?
Ginebra: Musee d'art et d'histoire de Geneve / Paris: Musee d'art moderne de la Ville de Paris; YERSIN, V.
Ellos son Emile Duclaux (1840-1904), Emile Roux (1853-1933) y Alexandre Yersin (1863-1943).
It had taken four years from the proposition of diphtheria toxin by Loeffler in 1884 (5), to its demonstration by Roux and Yersin in 1888 (6).
Although the physician and bacteriologist Alexandre Yersin identified the bacterium that causes the disease (hence its name, Yersinia pestis), treatments based on natural antibacterial substances that were part of ancient Chinese, Greek and Egyptian remedies were not actively studied and not incorporated into the anti-plague campaigns.
Smits HL, van der Hoorn MA, Goris MG, Gussenhoven GC, Yersin C, Sasaki DM, et al.
My parents sent me to French Lycee Yersin, a Catholic school where they intended for me to benefit from a good education in a war-torn country.
Ainsi le realisateur Yves Yersin travaille-t-il, dans une demarche d'ethnographie locale, a de nombreux films documentaires avant de realiser Les Petites fugues (1979), fiction a ancrage regional (9) qui constituera un succes public et critique jamais surpasse en Suisse romande.
A hybrid of baked meshes and dynamics meshes was found in Yersin et al.