|Contribution||The causative agents of 9 human microbial diseases were known.|
|Notes||Bacteria: cerebrospinal meningitis, cholera, diphtheria, gonorrhea, leprosy, tetanus, tuberculosis. Protozoa: amebiasis, malaria. In addition, various macroscopic endo- and ecto- parasites were known. But not also (?) "meat poisoning" -- see Durham 1898 and Durham 1900. Some infections of domestic animals were also known.|
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