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1789; Smallpox Vaccination

Edward Jenner

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1885; Rabies Vaccine

Louis Pasteur

2

1901; Antiserum therapy esp. against diptheria

Emil Von Behring

3

1905; Tuberculosis

Robert Koch

4

1908; Theories of Immunity

Paul Ehrlich

5

1908; Phagocytosis

Elie Metchnikoff

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1911; First Cancer Virus

Francis Rous

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1912; Organ grafting

Alexis Carrell

8

1913; Anaphylaxis

Charles Richet

9

1919; Theories of immunity/Complement

Jules Bordet

10

1930; Human blood groups

Karl Landsteiner

11

1945; Penicillin

Sir Alexander Fleming

12

1945

Sir Ernst Borischain and Lord Howard Walter Floray

13

1951; Yellow fever vaccine

Max Theiler

14

1952; Streptomycin as first antibiotic effective against tuberculosis

Selman Abraham Waksman

15

1957; Antihistamine research ( inhibit the action of histamine and other substances on vascular system and skeleton muscles.

Daniel Bovet

16

1959; Mechanism of Biological synthesis of DNA and RNA

Severo Ochoa and Arthur Kornberg

17

1960; Immunological Tolerance

Sir Frank Macfarlane Burnet

18

1960

Sir Perer Brian Medawar

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1965; Genetic control of enzymes and virus synthesis

Francis Jacob

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1965

Andrei Lwoff and Jacques Monod

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1966; Tumor-inducing viruses

Payton Rous

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1968; Genetic code and its function in protein synthesis

River Holley and Har goblins khorana

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1968

Marshall Nirenberg

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1969

Max Delbruck/Alfred Hershey

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1969; Genetic structure of viruses

Salvador Luria

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1972; Structure of Immunoglobulins

Rodney Porter

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1972

Gerald Edelman

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1975; Interactikn bet tumor viruses and genetic material of the cell

David Baltimore and Renato Dulbecco

29

1975

Howard Martin Ternin