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Behring, Emil von / Sachs, Hans].
Collection of nine important Emil von Behring - offprints from the Exile-library of Prof. Dr. Hans Sachs, german serologist who had to flee Nazi-germany and died in his Dublin exile in 1945. The collection also includes the original offprint of an obituary for Emil von Behring, published by Hans Sachs in the "Frankfurter Zeitung" in 1917. The rare Offprint by Paul H. Römer (with epilogue by Emil von Behring), is inscribed to Dr.Hans Sachs. The offprints included in this collection are (in order of their publication): 1. Emil von Behring und F(ranz) Nissen - Ueber bacterienfeindliche Eigenschaften verschiedener Blutserumarten - Ein Beitrag zur Immunitätsfrage (1890) / 2. Emil von Behring und (Erich) Wernicke - Ueber Immunisierung und Heilung von Versuchsthieren bei der Diphterie (1892) / 3. Emil von Behring - Über Heilprinzipien, insbesondere über das ätiologische und das isopathische Heilprinzip (1898) / 4. Emil von Behring - Tuberkulosebekämpfung - Vortrag gehalten auf der Versammlung
Wiesbaden / Leipzig / Berlin / Marburg , Thieme / Elwert / u.a., 1890 - 1914. Octavo. Original Softcover. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear / The earliest offprint by Behring and Nissen, with a faded dampstain to lower margins / Otherwise with some minor fraying to some of the offprints only. Rare, important collection and very interesting association between Emil von Behring, the firt Nobel Laureate of Medicine and Dr.Hans Sachs, jewish serologist and pioneer in efficient diagnosis of syphilis and one of the sad examples of the purge of scientists by Hitler's regime in 1930s germany. Hans Sachs (1877-1945), Paul Ehrlich's colleague, was born in 1877 in Kattowice, Upper Silesia. After studying in Freiburg, Breslau and Berlin and receiving his doctorate in Leipzig in 1900, he joined the staff of the Institute for Experimental Therapy in Frankfurt in 1905. In 1914 he was appointed extraordinary honorary professor at the newly founded University of Frankfurt and became deputy director of the institute in 1915. Sachs later became professor of immunology and serum research and director of the Cancer Institute in Heidelberg. He published numerous papers with Paul Ehrlich on immunological subjects and also edited the Zeitschrift für Immunitätsforschung (Journal of Immunology Research). Like so many of his brilliant Jewish colleagues, Hans Sachs, "Germany's first serologist", fell victim to the Nazis. He died in 1945. (Source: Paul Ehrlich Institute) Hans Sachs (* 6. Juni 1877 in Kattowitz; † 25. März 1945 in Dublin) war ein deutscher Mediziner und Serologe … [Click Below for Full Description]
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