Metchnikoff


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Metchnikoff

?lie . 1845--1916, Russian bacteriologist in France. He formulated the theory of phagocytosis and shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1908
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A problem with these contributions is that most of them completely overlook authors such as Reclus, Metchnikoff or Malatesta, inventing and dismissing a 'classical' tradition without really engaging with its original texts and historical praxes, and providing internalist readings of the history of ideas.
It also includes literary references from Jules Verne and Mark Twain; illustrations of how Agrobacterium tumefaciens transfers genes into a plant, and of an aphid eating while also giving birth; and stories of scientists from Carolus Linnaeus to Elie Metchnikoff to Jeff Gordon.
In 1907, Elie Metchnikoff postulated that consumption of Bulgarian yoghurt promotes good health.
With concern in America about importation of cholera, young Kinyoun traveled to Europe to study with Elie Metchnikoff and Robert Koch.
Metchnikoff believed that this organism destroyed the "wild, putrefying bacilli in our large intestine".
9) Working for the Pasteur Institute, Metchnikoff was looking for ways to slow the aging process.
But, the scientific interest in this area boosted after the publication of the book entitled The Prolongation of Life [2] by Metchnikoff.
Ya en 1903, Michel Elie Metchnikoff, sociologo y biologo ruso y Premio Nobel de Medicina y Fisiologia, definio la gerontologia como la ciencia para el estudio del envejecimiento, con grandes perspectivas para su desarrollo y resultados ulteriores (5).
Familiar with the work of Elie Metchnikoff, a Russian scientist pivotal in starting the relatively modern discipline of probiotics, Dr.
Aunque a finales del siglo XIX Metchnikoff se afano en convencer a la comunidad cientifica sobre la importancia de celulas inespecificas, los fagocitos, hasta recientemente no se ha empezado a analizar en mayor profundidad la importancia capital de la respuesta inmune innata, natural o inespecifica.