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Yer·sin

(yĕr-săN′), Alexandre Émile John 1863-1943.
Swiss-born French bacteriologist. His work with the diphtheria bacillus led to the development of antitoxins to neutralize pathogenic toxins.
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Upon taking the office of President, Mike Mortensen stated, "Lincoln Yersin has contributed greatly to the success of the Association as well as to the vibrancy and vigor of the industry.
This genus of gram-negative bacteria was named after bacteriologist Alexandre-Emile-John Yersin (1863-1943).
Experience and observation provided the first tools against epidemics because scientific information about the cause of plague was not obtained until several centuries later at the end of the 19th century, through laboratory research conducted by Alexandre Yersin (15).
We are delighted Commercial Federal, Peoples Heritage and SouthTrust Securities have formed relationships with Sage," said Lincoln Yersin, National Sales Manager of Sage Life.
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We are delighted Bank United Securities, First National Bank of Southwestern Ohio and Sky Investments have joined with Sage," said Lincoln Yersin, National Sales Manager of Sage Life.
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According to BSA President, Lincoln Yersin, "These industry leaders bring the perspectives of institutions of virtually all sizes and at all stages of the bank securities to our Board.
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Lincoln Yersin of AmSouth Investment Services and Steve Freiberg of