|Contribution||With Cornevin Thomas, showed inoculability of blackleg in cattle.|
|Notes||S. Arloing. They also showed that the agent (now Clostridium feseri or C. chauvoei) differed from that of anthrax (and "charbon symptomatique" was thus not a form of charbon or anthrax). They showed that lesion material, if injected intravenously, did not cause disease but did induce immunity (leading to development of a bacterin, still the means of prevention in the 1990s).|
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