Paul Ehrlich's receptor immunology: the magnificent obsession

  • C Prüll
  • Published 2003 in Medical History

Abstract

Although history of medicine is no longer devoted exclusively to great men and their research, they are still worth studying under certain circumstances, above all if they represent important scientific research strands and movements of their times. This is certainly true for the immunologist and bacteriologist Paul Ehrlich (1854-1915), whose work had an… (More)

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