|Contribution||a. Associated a (vegetable) ferment with a wine "maladie".|
|Notes||The problem in this case was wine "bitterness". How significant was use of a word (maladie) meaning illness? Pasteur's intent in using the word seems important in assessing his historical role. The response of others is another issue. According to Magner (1992) "most physicians rejected the idea that the diseases of wine and beer were related to human disease."|
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