The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1908
Nobel co-recipient Ilya Mechnikov
Physician, Scientist. Immunologist, Hematology pioneer. Founded Chemotherapy. Classified stains.
Stained tissues, blood cell granules, tubercle bacillus. Standardized sera. Idea: Drugsâ€™ chemical constitution related to action, affinity for cells against which directed.
"Schwann established cell as biological unit. Concept of cell is axis around which whole modern science of life revolves"
Paul Ehrlich 1915 Source: Library Of Congress.
Paul Ehrlich in seinem Labor seines Institutes in Frankfurt/Main. Source: KRUIF, Paul de. MikrobenjÃ¤ger. Orell FÃ¼ssli, ZÃ¼rich.
Paul Ehrlich at work in his labotary. Source: Wellcome Images.
Paul Ehrlich in his ffice in Frankfurt ca. 1900. Source: Wikimedia
Paul Ehrlich in his Office, 1914. Source: common.wikimedia.org
German Dr Paul Ehrlich and Japanese Dr Sahachiro Hata. Source: Hata Memorial Museum, Shimane
Paul Ehrlich 1905 ~ 1910. Source: KRUIF, Paul de. MikrobenjÃ¤ger. Orell FÃ¼ssli, ZÃ¼rich
Paul Ehrlich at work in his laboratory, studying an animal. Source: Wellcome Images.
Paul Ehrlich's assistants and laboratory animals including goats. Probably at the Frankfurt Serum Institute. Source: Wellcome Images
Paul Ehrlich (1854-1915) on the occasion of his 60th birthday, holding spectacles. Source: Wellcome Images
Paul Ehrlich (1854-1915) and his co-workers: Dr. Boehncke, Prof. Bechold, Dr. Benario, Dr. Mouriz, Conradi, Dr. Muller, Dr. Nathan, Dr. Bierbaum, Prof. Apolant, Prof. Sachs, Exz. Egrlich, Monck, Dr. Scaffidi, Erst, Kadereit, Goldner, Kruger. Source: Wellcome Images
Paul Ehrlich and his fellow-workers at the Speyer-Haus. Source: Wellcome Images
Paul Ehrlich and his co-workers and assistants. Probably at the Frankfurt Serum Institute. Source: Wellcome Images
Paul Ehrlich. Source: Wellcome Images
Paul Ehrlich. Source: Pharmaceutical Intelligence
Paul Ehrlich. Source: Wikimedia Commons
Paul Ehrlich (1854-1915) and Dr Sachs. Probably at the Frankfurt Serum Institute. Source: Wellcome Images
Paul Ehrlich, 1909. Source: Library Of Congress
Paul Ehrlich. Author: Eduard Blum Source: Wikimedia Commons. Unknown date (before 1916).
Paul Ehrlich at work in his laboratory. Source: Wellcome Images
Portrait of Paul Ehrlich. Source: Wellcome Images
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Name: Paul Ehrlich
birth: 14 March 1854, Strehlen (now Strzelin), Prussia (now Poland)
Death: 20 August 1915, Bad Homburg vor der HÃ¶he, Germany
Affiliation at the time of the award: Goettingen University, GÃ¶ttingen, Germany, KÃ¶nigliches Institut fÃ¼r experimentelle Therapie (Royal Institute for Experimental Therapy), Frankfurt-on-the-Main, Germany
Prize motivation: "in recognition of their work on immunity"
Prize share: 1/2
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