Koch, Robert (1843–1910)

Robert Koch is considered one of the founders of modern bacteriology and a key contributor to the etiology of diseases, along with Louis Pasteur. He isolated several disease-causing bacteria, including those for anthrax (1877), tuberculosis (1882), and cholera (1883), and developed ...

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