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Nicolle, Charles Jules Henri

 

Born Sept. 21, 1866, in Rouen; died Feb. 28, 1936, in Tunis. French microbiologist.

Nicolle graduated from the University of Rouen in 1893 and was named professor at the Collège de France in 1932. From 1903 until the end of his life he was director of the Pasteur Institute in Tunis. His principal works were devoted to the study of the causative agents of a number of infectious diseases, including cutaneous leishmaniasis, kala-azar, toxoplasmosis, trachoma, scarlet fever, influenza, and brucellosis. Nicolle also developed methods of preparing certain vaccines and serums. In 1909 he proved experimentally that the carrier of the causative agent of typhus is the body louse. He won a Nobel Prize in 1928 for his work on typhus.

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Department of Rheumatology, Charles Nicolle Hospital, Tunis, Tunisia
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Yesterday, it emerged the body of Rezgui is being held in the same mortuary as his victims, Charles Nicolle hospital in Tunis, where postmortems were carried out.
Shropshire coroner John Ellery was told at the opening of an inquest into her death, it was Mrs Adey's husband who identified her body at the Charles Nicolle Hospital in Tunis, the day after the attack.
Doctor Chadli Dziri, chief of surgery at the Charles Nicolle hospital in Tunis, said that of 43 people wounded there were still concerns about the prognosis for one, a Frenchwoman shot in the stomach and the leg.
An official with the Charles Nicolle hospital, where many victims were taken, said seven of the dead remain unidentified.
Moncef Hamdoun, an ocial with the Charles Nicolle hospital where many victims were taken, said seven of the dead remain unidentied.