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Noun1.Yersin - French bacteriologist born in SwitzerlandYersin - French bacteriologist born in Switzerland; was a student of Pasteur; discovered the plague bacillus (1863-1943)
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Artists on the night include Alx Alfaro and Isla Soledad live plus Djs Yersin Rivas, Coco Vega and Alex Alfaro.
He also co-discovered the infectious agent that caused bubonic plague with Alexandre Yersin. In 1901, Kitasato would be nominated for the first annual Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
The AUDIT has demonstrated consistently high validity and reliability in use across countries and a variety of cultural settings (e.g., Daeppen, Yersin, Landry, Pecoud, & Decrey, 2000; Dybek et al., 2006; Osaki et al., 2014; Zavar, Jarahi, Alimoradi, & Khosravi, 2015).
was supported by a Calmette and Yersin fellowship from the Institut Pasteur International Network.
The analysis of insect sounds started with simple, descriptive verbal descriptions and musical annotation, pioneered by Scudder (1868) for North American and Yersin (1854) for European grasshoppers (reviewed by Ragge and Reynolds 1998: p.
Durant 16 jours, le public marocain aura droit a des ateliers d'improvisation theatrale organises dans les colleges et lycees de Rabat, Sale et Temara, des ateliers d'initiation a l'innovation et l'entrepreneuriat social dedies aux jeunes lyceens ages de 14 a 15 ans, un debat autour du plurilinguisme porte par un collectif d'ecrivains et d'intellectuels marocains interrogeant les enjeux sociaux, economiques, politiques et culturels de la diversite linguistique au Maroc, un recital de Soumaya Abdel Aziz, une soiree franco-suisse sur le theme de l'education avec un debat autour des pratiques innovantes chez les enseignants, suivi de la projection du film [beaucoup moins que]Tableau Noir[beaucoup plus grand que] de Yves Yersin (Suisse).
The data in the manuscript can be accessed at Faculty of Chemistry, VNU-University of Science, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, 19 Le Thanh Tong, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi 10000, Vietnam; Department of Analytical Chemistry, School of Chemical Engineering, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, 1 Dai Co Viet, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi 100000, Vietnam; and National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology, 1 Yersin, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi 100000, Vietnam.
(35.) Smits HL, Chee HD, Eapen CK, Kuriakose M, Sugathan S, Gasem MH, Yersin C, Sakasi D, Lai-A-Fat RF, Hartskeerl RA, Liesdek B, Abdoel TH, Goris MG, Gussenhoven GC.
Plague history: Yersin's discovery of the causative bacterium in 1894 enabled, in the subsequent century, scientific progress in understanding the disease and the development of treatments and vaccines.
(6.) Deslarzes T, Rousson V, Yersin B, Durrer B, Pasquier M.