Paul Ehrlich / by Martha Marquardt ; with an introduction by Sir Henry Dale.

New York : Henry Schuman, [1951] .

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Subjects Ehrlich, Paul, 1854-1915.
Series Life of science library ; no. 19.
Description xx, 255 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1951]
Notes "An extension of [the author's] ... 'Paul Ehrlich als Mensch und Arbeiter.'"
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Childhood and schooldays -- At the university -- At the Charité clinic, Berlin -- Research with Robert Koch and Emil von Behring -- The Steglitz Institute -- The Frankfurt 'Serum-Institute' -- The 'side-chain' theory -- An evening at home -- 'Side-chains' and 'magic bullets' -- Stimulants and diversions -- Lectures and publications -- Serumtherapy and chemotherapy -- The Georg Speyer-Haus -- Atoxyl and other arsenicals -- Personal characteristics and the Nobel Prize -- 606 -- Invention of 606 announced to the world -- Salvarsan, early troubles -- Königsberg congress and later troubles -- Ehrlich and his grandchildren -- More discoveries in syphilis -- Ehrlich's sixtieth birthday -- Honours and appreciation -- Slander and libel -- The final year.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)697226
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WorldCat Identities Marquardt, Martha.
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