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  1. Laboratory Disease: Robert Koch's Medical Bacteriology by Christoph Gradmann, 2009-09-11
  2. Robert Koch and the Study of Anthrax (Uncharted, Unexplored, and Unexplained) by Kathleen Tracy, 2004-09
  3. Student Workbook and Resource Guide for Pharmacology: Connections to Nursing Practice by Michael P. Adams, Robert Koch, 2009-09-27
  4. Robert Koch: A Life in Medicine and Bacteriology by Thomas D. Brock, 1999
  5. Essays of Robert Koch: (Contributions in Medical Studies)
  6. Robert Koch:Father of Bacteriology (Immortals of Science Series) by David C. Knight, 1961-01
  7. Robert Koch Und Sein Nachlab in Berlin (Veraffentlichungen der Historischen Kommission Zu Berlin) (German Edition) by Ragnhild Munch, 2004-02
  8. Der Spielfilm"Robert Koch - Der Bekämpfer des Todes" im Kontext antisemitischer Propaganda imDritten Reich (German Edition) by Lutz Schmökel, 2007-07-17
  9. Louis C. Tiffany: The Collected Works of Robert Koch (Schiffer Classic Reference Book) by Robert Koch, 2001-11
  10. The Deserter by Robert Koch, 1990-05
  11. Selections from the Norton Simon, Inc. Museum of Art. Edited by David W. Steadman. Introduction by Norton Simon. Texts by Felton L. Gibbons, Robert A. Koch, John Rupert Martin, David W. Steadman, Joseph C. Sloane, Sam Hunter, Thomas L.B. Sloan, Marian Burleigh-Motley, Robert Judson Clark, John David Farmer, and H.H. Arnason. Dec. 1972-Dec. 1973. by Princeton. Princeton University. The Art Museum., 1972
  12. Chlamydia pneumoniae and Chronic Diseases: Proceedings of the State-of-the Art Workshop held at the Robert Koch-Institut Berlin on 19 and 20 March 1999
  13. Health Heroes: Robert Koch by Grace T. Hallock, C. E. Turner, 2010-05-22
  14. Etiology Of Tubercle: With Comments On Doctor Robert Kochs Bacilli (1882) by Henry MacCormac, 2010-05-23

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Koch, Robert Alternative names Short description German physician and bacteriologist Date of birth 11 December 1843 (184312-11) Place of birth Clausthal, Germany
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Fields Microbiology Institutions Imperial Health Office, Berlin, University of Berlin Alma mater University of Göttingen Doctoral advisor ... Friedrich Gustav Jakob Henle Discovery bacteriology
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Isolation of anthrax tuberculosis and cholera Influenced Friedrich Loeffler Notable awards Nobel Prize in Medicine Heinrich Hermann Robert Koch [ˈkɔx] ; 11 December 1843 – 27 May 1910) was a Prussian physician . He became famous for isolating Bacillus anthracis (1877), the Tuberculosis bacillus (1882) and the Vibrio cholerae (1883) and for his development of Koch's postulates He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his tuberculosis findings in 1905. He is considered one of the founders of

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Robert Koch But this did not satisfy Koch. He also wanted to know whether anthrax bacilli that had never been in contact with any kind of animal could cause the disease. To solve this problem he obtained pure cultures of the bacilli by growing them on the aqueous humour of the ox's eye. By studying, drawing and photographing these cultures, Koch recorded the multiplication of the bacilli and noted that, when conditions are unfavourable to them, they produce inside themselves rounded spores which can resist adverse conditions, especially lack of oxygen and that, when suitable conditions of life are restored, the spores give rise to bacilli again. Koch grew the bacilli for several generations in these pure cultures and showed that, although they had had no contact with any kind of animal, they could still cause anthrax.

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Robert Koch was born in 1843. Koch worked on anthrax and tuberculosis (TB) and he further developed the work of Louis Pasteur. Koch’s fame, alongside that of Alexander Fleming
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Scientific Inventions 1900 Antibiotics ... Alexander Fleming and Penicillin > Robert Koch Robert Koch was born in 1843. Koch worked on anthrax and tuberculosis (TB) and he further developed the work of Louis Pasteur . Kochs fame, alongside that of Alexander Fleming Edward Jenner Joseph Lister and Pasteur himself, is firmly cemented in medical history Koch came from a poor mining family and it took him a lot of determination to get a university place where he first studied mathematics and natural science and then studied medicine. Pasteur was convinced that microbes caused diseases in humans but his work on cholera had failed. He was never able to directly link one microbe with a disease. Koch succeeded in doing this. Koch was a doctor and he had a detailed knowledge of the human body something that Pasteur, as a research scientist lacked. He was also skilled in experiments, the result of his work in natural sciences. Qualities that also proved to be important were his ability to work for long periods of time and his patience. However, Koch was also difficult to work with and could not tolerate anyone telling him that his theories were wrong. In 1872, Koch became district medical officer for a rural area near Berlin. He started to experiment with microbes in a small laboratory he had built for himself in his surgery.

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Koch, Robert (rō`bĕrt k kh), 1843–1910, German bacteriologist. He studied at G ttingen under Jacob Henle Henle, Jacob (Friedrich Gustav Jakob Henle) , 1809–85, German, Robert

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