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Stock Photo #1848-607482, Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Stock Photo #1848-607483, Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Stock Photo #824-90170, ROBERT KOCH. ROBERT KOCH Robert Koch (1843-1910) German microbiologist and physician.
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ROBERT KOCH. ROBERT KOCH Robert Koch (1843-1910) German microbiologist and physician.
Stock Photo #1566-792922, Main entrance of the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany
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Stock Photo #1848-607481, Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Stock Photo #4048-6183, Robert Koch (1843-1910), photographed with the first post graduate course given in Bacteriology in Berlin, 1891.
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Robert Koch (1843-1910), photographed with the first post graduate course given in Bacteriology in Berlin, 1891.
Stock Photo #1566-792921, Main entrance of the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany
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Stock Photo #4409-168328, ROBERT KOCH (1843-1910). Médico alemán. Descubridor del bacilo de la tuberculosis y del cólera. Premio Nobel de Medicina en 1905. Considerado el fundador de la bacteriología. Grabado "Berlin: Ovación de los médicos alemanes y extranjeros al dr. Koch, al salir del real hospital". "La Ilustración Española y Americana", 1890.
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ROBERT KOCH (1843-1910). Médico alemán. Descubridor del bacilo de la tuberculosis y del cólera. Premio Nobel de Medicina en 1...
ROBERT KOCH (1843-1910). Médico alemán. Descubridor del bacilo de la tuberculosis y del cólera. Premio Nobel de Medicina en 1905. Considerado el fundador de la bacteriología. Grabado "Berlin: Ovación de los médicos alemanes y extranjeros al dr. Koch, al salir del real hospital". "La Ilustración Española y Americana", 1890.
Stock Photo #1895-12785, Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, c 1910.
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Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, c 1910.
Stock Photo #1942-1060, KOCH ROBERT CLAUSTHAL CERCA DE HANNOVER 1843- BADEN-BADEN 1910 German doctor Nobel prize in Medicine 1905
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KOCH ROBERT CLAUSTHAL CERCA DE HANNOVER 1843- BADEN-BADEN 1910 German doctor Nobel prize in Medicine 1905
Stock Photo #1558-140302, Germany, Baden Württemberg, Baar, Trossingen, city view, town hall, conservatory, summer, city, place, Schultheiß-Koch-Platz, buildings, school, school-buildings, college-buildings, new, modern, administration-buildings, old, historically, Art Nouveau*-fa. Germany, Baden-Württemberg, Baar, Trossingen, city view, town hall, conservatory, summer, city, place, Schultheiß-Koch-Platz, buildings, school, school-buildings, college-buildings, new, modern, administration-buildings, old, historically, Art
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Germany, Baden Württemberg, Baar, Trossingen, city view, town hall, conservatory, summer, city, place, Schultheiß-Koch-Platz,...
Germany, Baden Württemberg, Baar, Trossingen, city view, town hall, conservatory, summer, city, place, Schultheiß-Koch-Platz, buildings, school, school-buildings, college-buildings, new, modern, administration-buildings, old, historically, Art Nouveau*-fa. Germany, Baden-Württemberg, Baar, Trossingen, city view, town hall, conservatory, summer, city, place, Schultheiß-Koch-Platz, buildings, school, school-buildings, college-buildings, new, modern, administration-buildings, old, historically, Art
Stock Photo #4048-6185, Robert Koch (1843-1910) German physician discovered the anthrax disease cycle, and the bacteria responsible for tuberculosis and cholera. 1899 portrait.
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Robert Koch (1843-1910) German physician discovered the anthrax disease cycle, and the bacteria responsible for tuberculosis ...
Robert Koch (1843-1910) German physician discovered the anthrax disease cycle, and the bacteria responsible for tuberculosis and cholera. 1899 portrait.
Stock Photo #1895-12790, Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, c 1900s.
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Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, c 1900s.
Stock Photo #4409-168357, ROBERT KOCH (1843-1910). Médico y bacteriólogo alemán. Descubridor del bacillum de la Tuberculosis y del procedimiento para curarla. Grabado por Rico. "La Ilustración Española y Americana". 1890.
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ROBERT KOCH (1843-1910). Médico y bacteriólogo alemán. Descubridor del bacillum de la Tuberculosis y del procedimiento para c...
ROBERT KOCH (1843-1910). Médico y bacteriólogo alemán. Descubridor del bacillum de la Tuberculosis y del procedimiento para curarla. Grabado por Rico. "La Ilustración Española y Americana". 1890.
Stock Photo #1848-670530, Historic postage stamp, Robert Koch, 1982, Cuba, Caribbean
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Historic postage stamp, Robert Koch, 1982, Cuba, Caribbean
Stock Photo #4409-36544, KOCH, Robert (Clausthal, near Hanover, 1843-Baden-Baden, 1910). German doctor. In 1882 discovered the bacillus of tuberculosis, known as Koch's bacillus and tuberculin. Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1905.
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KOCH, Robert (Clausthal, near Hanover, 1843-Baden-Baden, 1910). German doctor. In 1882 discovered the bacillus of tuberculosi...
KOCH, Robert (Clausthal, near Hanover, 1843-Baden-Baden, 1910). German doctor. In 1882 discovered the bacillus of tuberculosis, known as Koch's bacillus and tuberculin. Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1905.
Stock Photo #4409-42314, KOCH, Robert (Born in Clausthal, near Hanover, 1843 and died in Baden-Baden, 1910). German doctor. In 1882 discovered the bacillus of tuberculosis, known as Koch's bacillus and tuberculin. Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1905.
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KOCH, Robert (Born in Clausthal, near Hanover, 1843 and died in Baden-Baden, 1910). German doctor. In 1882 discovered the bac...
KOCH, Robert (Born in Clausthal, near Hanover, 1843 and died in Baden-Baden, 1910). German doctor. In 1882 discovered the bacillus of tuberculosis, known as Koch's bacillus and tuberculin. Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1905.
Stock Photo #1848-64868, Robert Koch House, Clausthal_Zellerfeld, Harz, Lower Saxony, Germany, Europe
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Robert Koch House, Clausthal_Zellerfeld, Harz, Lower Saxony, Germany, Europe
Stock Photo #1895-22625, Robert Koch, German bacteriologist, 19th century.
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Robert Koch, German bacteriologist, 19th century.
Stock Photo #1848-607486, Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
Stock Photo #4048-6184, Robert Koch (1843-1910), German physician, who with Louis Pasteur, founded the modern science of bacteriology. He received the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1905 for his work on tuberculosis. 1887 portrait.
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Robert Koch (1843-1910), German physician, who with Louis Pasteur, founded the modern science of bacteriology. He received th...
Robert Koch (1843-1910), German physician, who with Louis Pasteur, founded the modern science of bacteriology. He received the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1905 for his work on tuberculosis. 1887 portrait.
Stock Photo #1566-385803, Bacillus anthracis. Gram-positive patogenic bacteria, agent of anthrax (400 X). B. anthracis was the first bacterium conclusively demonstrated to cause disease, by Robert Koch in 1877. Photomicrography.
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Bacillus anthracis. Gram-positive patogenic bacteria, agent of anthrax (400 X). B. anthracis was the first bacterium conclusi...
Bacillus anthracis. Gram-positive patogenic bacteria, agent of anthrax (400 X). B. anthracis was the first bacterium conclusively demonstrated to cause disease, by Robert Koch in 1877. Photomicrography.
Stock Photo #4435-10266, KOCH, Robert (1843-1910). German physician, discoverer of the tuberculin. Nobel Prize in 1905. Colour engraving depicting his laboratory. Engraving.
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KOCH, Robert (1843-1910). German physician, discoverer of the tuberculin. Nobel Prize in 1905. Colour engraving depicting his...
KOCH, Robert (1843-1910). German physician, discoverer of the tuberculin. Nobel Prize in 1905. Colour engraving depicting his laboratory. Engraving.
Stock Photo #4409-42019, Robert Koch (1843-1910). German physician. Engraving.
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Robert Koch (1843-1910). German physician. Engraving.
Stock Photo #1895-12784, Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, c 1910.
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Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, c 1910.
Stock Photo #1746-2619, Professor Bergmann 19th century injecting a tubercular patient, 1891. Bergmann assisted Robert Koch (1843-1910) in investigations on treatment of Tuberculosis. In 1890 Koch introduced Tuberculin which he thought was a cure for TB. Its curative powers were a disappointment and its value as a diagnost
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Professor Bergmann 19th century injecting a tubercular patient, 1891. Bergmann assisted Robert Koch (1843-1910) in investigat...
Professor Bergmann 19th century injecting a tubercular patient, 1891. Bergmann assisted Robert Koch (1843-1910) in investigations on treatment of Tuberculosis. In 1890 Koch introduced Tuberculin which he thought was a cure for TB. Its curative powers were a disappointment and its value as a diagnost
Stock Photo #4220-4284, HEINRICH HERMANN ROBERT KOCH German physician and pioneer bacteriologist in search of the Rinderpest microbe at Kimberley
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HEINRICH HERMANN ROBERT KOCH German physician and pioneer bacteriologist in search of the Rinderpest microbe at Kimberley
Stock Photo #1890-133307, Female farmer harvesting red chili, Koch Bihar, West Bengal, India, Asia
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Female farmer harvesting red chili, Koch Bihar, West Bengal, India, Asia
Stock Photo #1443-166, Robert Koch in His Laboratory 1895 Max Pietschmann (1865-1952 German) Oil on canvas Private Collection
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Robert Koch in His Laboratory 1895 Max Pietschmann (1865-1952 German) Oil on canvas Private Collection
Stock Photo #1848-607490, Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
Stock Photo #4409-40527, Robert Koch (1843-1910). German physician. Nobel Prize of Medicine. Engraving.
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Robert Koch (1843-1910). German physician. Nobel Prize of Medicine. Engraving.
Stock Photo #1895-12786, Writings of Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, 1880-1900.
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Writings of Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, 1880-1900.
Stock Photo #1848-607485, Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
Stock Photo #1848-685159, Robert Koch Institute, RKI, building, main entrance, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Robert Koch Institute, RKI, building, main entrance, Berlin, Germany, Europe
Stock Photo #1848-685158, Robert Koch Institute, RKI, building, main entrance, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Robert Koch Institute, RKI, building, main entrance, Berlin, Germany, Europe
Stock Photo #1895-12788, Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, c 1910.
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Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, c 1910.
Stock Photo #1848-607489, Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
Stock Photo #1566-248996, 1982 Cuban stamp: Robert Koch, centennial of the discovery of the tubercle bacillus
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1982 Cuban stamp: Robert Koch, centennial of the discovery of the tubercle bacillus
Stock Photo #1746-336, Robert Koch, (1843-1910), German bacteriologist and physician, Nobel prize for physiology and medicine, 1905
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Robert Koch, (1843-1910), German bacteriologist and physician, Nobel prize for physiology and medicine, 1905
Stock Photo #1566-792920, Entrance and building of the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany
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Entrance and building of the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany
Stock Photo #1848-607487, Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
Stock Photo #1895-12787, Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, c 1910.
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Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, c 1910.
Stock Photo #1848-750426, Robert Koch, 1848 _ 1910, statue by Louis Tuaillon in front of the Charité Berlin, 1916, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Robert Koch, 1848 _ 1910, statue by Louis Tuaillon in front of the Charité Berlin, 1916, Berlin, Germany, Europe
Stock Photo #824-32559, MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS. MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS Tuberculosis is caused by a mycobacterium discovered by Robert Koch. Koch’s bacillus is transmitted in the air and colonizes bronchial secretions. Persons with tuberculosis become very tired and loose weight. Specific signs include cough with purulent expectorations which may be bloody. Breathlessness is another sign. Tuberculosis may take on various forms including pleurisy, pleural effusion, pericarditis (pericardial effusion), or milia
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MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS. MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS Tuberculosis is caused by a mycobacterium discovered by Robert Koch. K...
MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS. MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS Tuberculosis is caused by a mycobacterium discovered by Robert Koch. Koch’s bacillus is transmitted in the air and colonizes bronchial secretions. Persons with tuberculosis become very tired and loose weight. Specific signs include cough with purulent expectorations which may be bloody. Breathlessness is another sign. Tuberculosis may take on various forms including pleurisy, pleural effusion, pericarditis (pericardial effusion), or milia
Stock Photo #4409-168356, ROBERT KOCH (1843-1910). Médico y bacteriólogo alemán. Descubridor del bacillum de la Tuberculosis y del procedimiento para curarla. Grabado de "La Ilustración Española y Americana". 1890.
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ROBERT KOCH (1843-1910). Médico y bacteriólogo alemán. Descubridor del bacillum de la Tuberculosis y del procedimiento para c...
ROBERT KOCH (1843-1910). Médico y bacteriólogo alemán. Descubridor del bacillum de la Tuberculosis y del procedimiento para curarla. Grabado de "La Ilustración Española y Americana". 1890.
Stock Photo #1895-12789, Writings of Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, 1880-1900.
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Writings of Paul Ehrlich, German bacteriologist, 1880-1900.
Stock Photo #1890-133271, Farmers harvesting ripe rice, Koch Bihar, West Bengal, India, Asia
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Farmers harvesting ripe rice, Koch Bihar, West Bengal, India, Asia
Stock Photo #4435-11433, KOCH, Robert (1843-1910). German physician, discoverer of the tuberculin. Nobel Prize in 1905. Engraving.
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KOCH, Robert (1843-1910). German physician, discoverer of the tuberculin. Nobel Prize in 1905. Engraving.
Stock Photo #1895-24306, Dr Robert Koch, German bacteriologist, 1890.
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Dr Robert Koch, German bacteriologist, 1890.
Stock Photo #1848-607484, Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
Stock Photo #4388-170, Nobel Prize Winner Dr. Robert Koch and Wife
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Nobel Prize Winner Dr. Robert Koch and Wife
Stock Photo #4435-11942, KOCH, Robert (1843-1910). German physician, discoverer of the tuberculin. Nobel Prize in 1905. Picture from 'La IlustraciÑn EspaÐola y Americana'. Engraving.
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KOCH, Robert (1843-1910). German physician, discoverer of the tuberculin. Nobel Prize in 1905. Picture from 'La IlustraciÑn E...
KOCH, Robert (1843-1910). German physician, discoverer of the tuberculin. Nobel Prize in 1905. Picture from 'La IlustraciÑn EspaÐola y Americana'. Engraving.
Stock Photo #1566-1272318, Louis Pasteur ; December 27, 1822 – September 28, 1895) was a French chemist and microbiologist who was one of the most important founders of medical microbiology. He is remembered for his remarkable breakthroughs in the causes and preventions of diseases. His discoveries reduced mortality from puerperal fever, and he created the first vaccines for rabies and anthrax. His experiments supported the germ theory of disease. He was best known to the general public for inventing a method to treat mil
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Louis Pasteur ; December 27, 1822 – September 28, 1895) was a French chemist and microbiologist who was one of the most impor...
Louis Pasteur ; December 27, 1822 – September 28, 1895) was a French chemist and microbiologist who was one of the most important founders of medical microbiology. He is remembered for his remarkable breakthroughs in the causes and preventions of diseases. His discoveries reduced mortality from puerperal fever, and he created the first vaccines for rabies and anthrax. His experiments supported the germ theory of disease. He was best known to the general public for inventing a method to treat mil
Stock Photo #1848-685160, Robert Koch Institute, RKI, building, main entrance, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Robert Koch Institute, RKI, building, main entrance, Berlin, Germany, Europe
Stock Photo #1848-607488, Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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Laboratory assistant at the Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany, Europe
Stock Photo #4435-11870, KOCH, Robert (1843-1910). German physician, discoverer of the tuberculin. Nobel Prize in 1905. Engraving.
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KOCH, Robert (1843-1910). German physician, discoverer of the tuberculin. Nobel Prize in 1905. Engraving.

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