|Contribution||Using infected blood, transmitted anthrax from human to sheep, and horse to horse.|
|Notes||Observed bodies in infected blood and called them "vibrions" --- suggesting that he considered them living organisms. Inoculation results were not entirely consistent. Disavowed any proof of causation. See 1866, 1858. Pasteur referred to part of Brauell's work in an 1880 article.|
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