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Friedrich Julius Rosenbach

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Friedrich Julius Rosenbach, also known as Anton Julius Friedrich Rosenbach, (December 16, 1842 – December 6, 1923) was a German physician and microbiologist.[1] He is credited for differentiating Staphylococcus aureus and Staphylococcus albus, which is now called Staphylococcus epidermidis, in 1884.[2] He also described and named Streptococcus pyogenes.[3] Rosenbach's disease is also named in his honor.[4]

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Biography

Rosenbach was born in Grohnde an der Weser on December 16, 1842. He studied in Heidelberg, Göttingen, Vienna, Paris, and Berlin. He obtained his doctorate in 1867. He married Franziska Merkel on May 12, 1877. Rosenbach died on December 6, 1923, in Göttingen.

Literature

  • Ueber einige pathologische Veränderungen nach subcutaner Injection von Quecksilber bei Thieren (Kaninchen). Doctoral dissertation, 1867. Also in [Henle and Pfeuffer's] Zeitschrift für rationelle Medicin, Leipzig and Heidelberg.
  • Untersuchungen über den Einfluss von Carbolsäure gegen das Zustandekommen der pyämischen und putriden Infection bei Tieren. Habilitation thesis for Privatdozent, Göttingen, 1872.
  • Mikro-Organismen bei den Wund-infections-krankheiten des Menschen. Wiesbaden, J. F. Bergmann, 1884.[5]
  • Zur Aetiologie des Wundstarrkrampfes der Menschen. Verhandlungen der deutschen Gesellschaft für Chirurgie, Berlin, 1886.
  • Über das Erysipeloid. Verhandlungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Chirurgie, 1887.
  • Experimentelle Beiträge zur Frage: Kann Eiterung ohne Mitbetheiligung von Microorganismen durch todte Stoffe entstehen? With Kreibohm. Verhandlungen der deutschen Gesellschaft für Chirurgie, 1888.
  • Der Hospitalbrand. Deutsche Chirurgie, volume 6, Stuttgart 1888.
  • Über die tieferen eiternden Schimmelerkrankungen der Haut und deren Ursachen. Wiesbaden, 1894.
  • Über die tiefen und eiternden Trichophyton-Erkrankungen und deren Krankheitserreger. Transactions of the Third International Congress of Dermatology, London, 1896.
  • Behandlung der Gangrän und Phlegmon in Umgebung der Mundhöhle, Noma, Phlegmonen; Angina Ludovici, gewöhnl. Phlegm., Scharlachphlegmon, Glossitis, Hemiglossitisphlegmon. Chapter in Handbuch der Therapie innerer Krankheiten, by Franz Penzoldt and Roderich Stintzing, 1898.
  • Chirurgische Knochen- und Gelenkkrankheiten. Chapter in Handbuch der praktischen Medizin, edited by Wilhelm Ebstein (1836-1912) and Gustav Albert Schwalbe (1844-1916).
  • Biography in H. R. Grote: Die Medizin der Gegenwart in Selbstdarstellungen. Leipzig, 1923; volume 2, page 187.

References

  1. ^ FriedrichJuliusRosenbach at Who Named It?
  2. ^ http://www.textbookofbacteriology.net/staph.html
  3. ^ Evans AC (1936), "Studies on hemolytic streptococci: II. Streptococcus pyogenes" (PDF), Journal of Bacteriology, 31 (6): 611–624, PMC 543753, PMID 16559919
  4. ^ Rosenbach's disease at Who Named It?
  5. ^ https://www.archive.org/stream/mikroorganismenb00roseuoft/mikroorganismenb00roseuoft_djvu.txt


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