Yersin


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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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Plague is caused by the ancestor of current Yersinia (named for Swiss bacteriologist Alexandre Yersin, who first isolated the bacterium) pestis strains.
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.
Over three years, the Yersin, an environmently-friendly vessel that was transformed into a floating scientific laboratory, will welcome world-renowned scientists that will study coral reefs and marine species during the 20 scheduled stops across the worlds tropical oceans.
Deslarzes T, Rousson V, Yersin B, Durrer B, Pasquier M.
The role insects and rodents play in transmitting infectious diseases was first discovered in 1894 by Alexandre Yersin and Kitasato Shibasaburo.
Pura vida (2004), cuyo asunto es el aventurero norteamericano William Walker, que fue presidente de Nicaragua; Ecuatoriana (2009), acerca de varios exploradores, entre ellos Brazza, fundador de la Republica del Congo; Kampuchea (2011), referente al naturalista frances Henri Mouhot, quien en sus investigaciones sobre las mariposas descubrio los templos de Angkor en Camboya; Peste & Colera (2012), relativa al bacteriologo Alexander Yersin, descubridor del bacilo de la peste; y en estos dias aparecio la novela Viva (Ed.
One of the more colorful published vademecums from the turn of the last century was The Yersin Phonorhythmic Method of French Pronunciation, Accent and Diction, originally published in 1897.
Smits HL, Vander Hoorn MAWG, Goris MGA, Gussenhoven GC, Yersin C, Sasaki DM et al.
amp; Pathology 262 (2009) (describing the lethal injuries sustained by an individual hit by rubber bullets); see generally Peter Wahl, Nicolas Schreyer & Bertrand Yersin, Injury Pattern Of The Flash-Ball[R], A Less-Lethal Weapon Used for Law Enforcement: Report of Two Cases and Review of the Literature, 31 J.