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- to treat envenomation. Serum therapy, also known as serotherapy, describes the treatment of infectious disease using the serum of animals that have been...
- their first paper on blood-serum therapy. On 11 December, another report, signed by Behring, discussed blood-serum therapy not only in the treatment of...
- Kornelia Grundmann (3 December 2001). "Emil von Behring: The founder of serum therapy". The Nobel Foundation. Retrieved 2008-07-21. de Kruif, Paul (1926)...
- escalated over the issue of the valency of tet**** serum. Ehrlich recognized that the principle of serum therapy had been developed by Behring and Kitasato....
- However, it acquired an important practical use with the advent of serum therapy to treat certain types of pneumococcal pneumonia in the 1920s because...
- in 1901 to the German physiologist Emil von Behring, for his work on serum therapy and the development of a vaccine against diphtheria. The first woman...
- doi:10.1128/mBio.00117-17. PMC 5347343. PMID 28246359. Emil von Behring Serum Therapy in Therapeutics and Medical Science. Nobel Lecture, 12 December 1901...
- immune factors: antibody therapy by whole serum: serotherapy, including antiserum therapy by immunoglobulins: immunoglobulin therapy by monoclonal antibodies:...
- snake venom, he recommended using a method similar to modern toxoid serum therapy, by drinking the blood of animals which fed on venomous snakes. He is...
- in Germany by Emil von Behring, the Nobel Prize-winning inventor of serum therapy or serology. In 1904, Emil von Behring founded the Behringwerke in Marburg...
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