Chantemesse

Chante·messe

(shawn-tĕ-mes'),
André, French bacteriologist, 1851-1919. See: Chantemesse reaction.
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(35) Carton quotes from Marchoux, 'Afrique Occidentale francaise', in Paul Brouardel, Andre Chantemesse, and Ernest Mosny, Traite d' hygiene (Paris: J.B.
Its scientific director was a graduate of the cutting-edge bacteriology master classes taught by a Pastorian, Andre Chantemesse, after a residency at the Berlin laboratories of Robert Koch where the principles and technical standards of modern bacteriology were being laid down.