(lăv′ə-räN′, läv-räN′), Charles Louis Alphonse 1845-1922.
French pathologist. He won a 1907 Nobel Prize for investigating the role of protozoa in the generation of disease.
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For both patients, malaria blood smear was negative, IgM against yellow fever virus was detected on 3 evaluations by IgM capture ELISA, and seroconversion was confirmed by detection of yellow fever virus IgG by indirect ELISA at the National Reference Center for Arboviruses (HIA Laveran, Marseille, France).
French physician Dr Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran discovered the malaria parasite in Algeria in 1880.
Limatus durhamii can be found with the synonyms of Simondella curvirostris Laveran, Dendromyia paraensis Theobald, Limatus cacophrades Dyar & Knab, and Limatus exhibitor Shannon & Del Ponte, and is a suspected vector of the genus Orthobunyavirus (subfamily: Bunyaviridae) (Berger 2016).
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 7 November 2017: Besiktas defender KAaAaAeA@pl Laveran, known as Pepe, praised the Besiktas fan atmosphere and its impact on the players on the field.
Premio Nobel por su trabajo sobre el Laveran papel jugado por los protozoos como causantes de enfermedades.
Sometimes in thin blood smears, the remnants of the host RBC can be seen; this is often referred to as Laveran's bib.
Some haematological observations on carp Cyprinus carpio L., experimentally infected with Trypanoplasma borelli Laveran and Mesnil, 1901 (Protozoa, Kitenoplastida).
Laveran who repeated his proposal for the awards in 1913, 1914 and 1915 (1,6,12).