bacteriologist


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bacteriologist

[bak‚tir·ē′äl·ə·jəst]
(microbiology)
A specialist in the study of bacteria.
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Hugh Pennington, a bacteriologist at Aberdeen University in Scotland, said the underlying conditions were likely to have been a "significant factor'' in the death in Scotland because they raise the odds that the patient will have difficulties.
Aberdeen University bacteriologist Professor Hugh Pennington said the death of a patient suffering from swine flu was "to be expected".
Desperate to get away from them more than to wed, she agrees to the passionless proposal of shy bacteriologist Walter (Norton), who has a posting in exotic, faraway Shanghai.
a British chemist and bacteriologist of water testing, recently passed away.
Baker, a bacteriologist at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in Bethesda, Md.
There are obvious applications since this adhesive works on wet surfaces," said bacteriologist Yves Brun, co-leader the study.
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.
She works full-time as a bacteriologist at a local hospital and cares for her elderly parents.
The salmonellosis problem in migratory songbirds occurred once before in recent record, in the spring of 1988," comments Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine bacteriologist Patrick McDonough.
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.
In 1880, for instance, the German bacteriologist Karl Joseph Eberth (1835-1926) identified the bacillus that caused typhoid fever.
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.