Neisser Neis·ser (nī'sər), Albert Ludwig Sigesmund. 1855-1916.
German bacteriologist and physician who discovered (1879) the gonococcal bacterium that causes gonorrhea.
The gonococcus of neisser is found both inside and outside of pus cells and mucous cells.
The joyful carpenter returned to Moravia, and told the news to the neisser family at Sehlen.
Their presence is of value in the recognition of but few bacteria (neisser granules in diphtheria).
neisser, a great authority, ascribes to this disease without doubt fifty per cent, of such marriages.
Gonorrhea is caused by the gonococcus discovered by neisser in 1879.
It is due to the lodgment of the gonococcus of neisser in the joint, from the blood stream.
From the resulting growths make cover-slip preparations and stain carbolic methylene-blue, neisser's method, Gram's method.