Gesammelte Abhandlungen – Neue Folge. [Originales, ehemaliges Beleg-Exemplar der Behringwerke Marburg].
Erste Ausgabe. Bonn, A.Marcus & E.Weber, 1915. Octavo. XVIII, 246 Seiten. Original Hardcover / Wunderbare Original-Ausgabe, ein Beleg-Exemplar der Behringwerke in der schoenen Verlagsbindung mit dem Exlibris des dänischen Wissenschaftlers Vilhelm Jensen auf dem Innendeckel [Vilhelm Jensen war in Kopenhagen Mitarbeiter des Bakteriologen und Robert Koch-Schüler’s Carl Julius Salomonsen]. Exzellente Erhaltung / Unusually excellent condition, this copy comes from the library of danish scientist Vilhelm Jensen (Co-worker of danish bacteriologist Carl Julius Salomonsen). Rare and special !
Die Ausgabe beinhaltet die folgenden Kapitel: I – Tetanusbekämpfung / II – Diphteriebekämpfung / III – Geschichtliches zur Krankheitsentstehung und Krankheitsbekämpfung / IV – Tuberkulosebekämpfung //
In 1883 Salomonsen was named lecturer in medical bacteriology at Copenhagen. His was the first such chair in Europe. In the cellar of the Botanical Museum of Copenhagen he assembled a circle of physicians and veterinarians who diligently followed his demonstrations and lectures. Among this group were the physicians Vilhelm Jensen; Thorvald Madsen, later director of the State Serum Institute; J. Christmas; and the veterinary surgeons Bernhard Bang and C. O. Jensen. In 1885 Salomonsen published his important textbook Ledetraad i Bakteriologisk Teknik, which was translated into English, French, and Spanish (Encyclopedia.com)
SALOMONSEN, CARL JULIUS (1849–1924), Danish physician and bacteriologist. Born in Copenhagen, Salomonsen began his bacteriological investigations in 1873 as an assistant at the Copenhagen Municipal Hospital. He studied with Julius Friedrich Cohnheim (1839–84), Robert Koch (1843–1910), and Louis Pasteur (1822–95), and then introduced bacteriology as a scientific discipline into Denmark and was appointed lecturer on bacteriology at the University of Copenhagen. Salomonsen was professor of pathology from 1893 to 1920 and rector magnificus (1919–20). With the introduction of serotherapy and the discovery of diphtheria antitoxin, Salomonsen established a serotherapeutic laboratory in 1895 which became the foundation of the well-known Danish State’s Serum Institute. Salomonsen was known as the last polyhistor at the University of Copenhagen. A great number of monographs on various branches of science afford evidence of his extensive knowledge and interests.(Source: Encyclopaedia Judaica)