Loffler

Löf·fler

(lŏrf'lĕr),

Loeffler,

(Löffler), Friedrich A.J., German bacteriologist and surgeon, 1852-1915.
Klebs-Loeffler bacillus - see under Klebs
Loeffler bacillus - a species that causes diphtheria. Synonym(s): Corynebacterium diphtheriae
Loeffler blood culture medium - a culture medium for the isolation of Corynebacterium diphtheriae.
Loeffler caustic stain - a stain for flagella, utilizing an aqueous solution of tannin and ferrous sulfate with the addition of an alcoholic fuchsin stain.
Loeffler methylene blue - a stain for diphtheria organisms.
Loeffler stain - a stain for flagella.
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Migration of larvae into the lungs damages the blood-air barrier (causing hemoptysis) and induces type I hypersensitivity reaction (eosinophilia and Loffler syndrome).
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In KoA!ice, the East-Slovak Museum (Vychodolsovenske Muzeum, VSM) will hail the 100th anniversary of the first Czechoslovak Republic, while some others, like the Vojtech Loffler Museum, have organised their own, more intimate programmes, including events for children, concerts, puppetry shows, guided tours, workshops, ghost nights, dance training, and more.
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Surface nutrients are consumed rapidly and lake productivity decreases later in the season (Hutchinson & Loffler, 1956; Sommer et al., 1986; Roldan-Perez & Ramirez-Restrepo, 2008).
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