Edward Francis, American bacteriologist

Edward Francis, American bacteriologist

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Caption: Edward Francis (1872-1957). Historical image of the American bacteriologist Edward Francis working in his laboratory. Francis is best known as the person to first recognise the bacteria Francisella tularensis (then named Bacterium tularensis) as the causative agent of the infectious disease called tularemia. This genus of bacteria was subsequently renamed Francisella in his honour.

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