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Zins·ser(zĭn′sər), Hans 1878-1940.
American bacteriologist who helped develop a vaccine against typhus, a disease he chronicled in the book Rats, Lice, and History (1935).
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Hans, 1878–1940, U.S. bacteriologist.
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