bacteriologist


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bacteriologist

[bak‚tir·ē′äl·ə·jəst]
(microbiology)
A specialist in the study of bacteria.
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Shortly after the formation of the Association of Bacteriologists in 1945 there was a long overdue review of training and education for the profession.
There are obvious applications since this adhesive works on wet surfaces," said bacteriologist Yves Brun, co-leader the study.
After numerous phone calls - including some dead-ends - Kilgore finally reached Danielle Haydel, a molecular bacteriologist with the Louisiana Office of Public Health, and she forwarded a wish list of supplies in late October.
However, it was Gustav Giemsa (1867-1948), pharmacist, chemist, and bacteriologist, who identified the dye as basic azure B, found a way to better control the oxidation of the dye, and combined it with the eosin in a methanol-glycerol mixture that created a stable solution with reproducible results.
The institute was founded in 1914 by noted bacteriologist Shibasaburo Kitasato (1853-1931).
Ehrlich was also introduced to the German bacteriologist Robert Koch.
The use of gold in modern medicine began around 1890, when the distinguished German bacteriologist Robert Koch discovered that compounds made with gold inhibited growth of the bacillus that caused tuberculosis.
She works full-time as a bacteriologist at a local hospital and cares for her elderly parents.
The ability of Penicillium to control such threats was first observed in 1928 by British bacteriologist Sir Alexander Fleming.
When bacteriologist Almroth Wright claimed a successful vaccine for typhoid, based on an "opsonic index" of blood antibodies, Greenwood showed in 1908 that the frequency distributions were skewed.
When they left the tomb, they asked their cab driver to drop them at the tomb of Louis Pasteur, the French chemist and bacteriologist who created a vaccine against rabies and is credited with discovering, among other things, the causes of childbirth fever and how the fermentation process works.
Witzel is a degreed bacteriologist and long time CEO in the health care industry.